This past Friday night on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” eight audience members were divided into two groups to write and perform a song as a band. Meeting for the first time, the impromptu bands were given about twenty minutes to prepare. Oddly enough, the two songs that were created actually did not sound too bad. The first song, called “Amnesia,” could become an Internet sensation similar to “Pants On The Ground.” The second song, called “Doin’ It Late Night,” was a combination of comedy and a nice hook.
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Tomorrow is the day of the Super Bowl. It has been a long time since I have been this excited to watch the big game.
To prepare for the big event, I thought I would share a funny video. Several months ago, Chad Ocho Cinco was on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” Jimmy Fallon took the opportunity to show the outspoken wide receiver from the Cincinnati Bengals several end zone celebrations he invented.
Watch Jimmy Fallon’s end zone dances:
What happens if you wear oversized pants without a belt? Your pants will fall down.
General Larry Platt wrote a song about the popular trend. Even though Platt was too old to compete in the singing contest, the 62 year old musician was allowed to appear on “American Idol” this season to sing “Pants On The Ground.” Instantly, the song about looking like a fool became a hit.
“Pants On The Ground” has been remixed by several different artists and uploaded to YouTube. Jimmy Fallon performed the song as Neil Young. Jimmy Fallon performed the song with American Idol judge Randy Jackson. After defeating the Dallas Cowboys in the playoffs, Brett Farve celebrated with a “Pants On The Ground” chant. Who’s next?
Watch General Larry Platt’s audition
Watch Jimmy Fallon, as Neil Young, singing the song:
Watch Randy Jackson, Jimmy Fallon, and The Roots perform the popular song:
Watch Brett Farve sing in the locker room:
Watch the Larry Platts and D-Pryde remix by NHBFilms:
The final episode of “The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien” aired last night. With a chance to bad-mouth NBC during his final comments, Conan remained extremely classy and humble. After Conan thanked the fans for their support, he joined Will Ferrell, ZZ Top, Beck, and Ben Harper for a final musical performance.
After “The Tonight Show” ended, “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” began with a short tribute to Conan.
Watch some of the memories during the past 7 months:
Watch Conan’s final comments, as he thanked the fans for their support:
Watch Will Ferrell sing Lynryd Skynyrd’s “Freebird” as Conan plays the guitar:
Watch Jimmy Fallon and The Roots say bye to Conan:
In an attempt to explain NBC’s situation between Conan O’Brien and Jay Leno, Seth Meyers shared a humorous analogy this past weekend on “Saturday Night Live.” Seth sets up the analogy by telling one of the best jokes of the week.
On a different note, Jimmy Fallon shared his thoughts about the situation last week; Jimmy said he was thankful to have a job, and then he ended his comments with a funny analogy.
Watch Seth’s analogy about Conan and Jay:
Watch Jimmy Fallon respond to the NBC situation:
Here is a video of Jimmy Fallon singing “The 12 Days of Christmas” with The Muppets. Fozzy Bear is hilarious!
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Here is a great video from a recent “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” show. On the show, Jimmy Fallon does his impersonation of Neil Young singing the theme song from “The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air.”
Watch the video:
As a subscriber to Sirius XM satellite radio, I occasionally listen to Howard Stern’s radio show. For me, Artie Lang’s wisecracks on the radio are hit and miss; last night on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” Artie was hit after hit.
The more the show went on, the more Artie Lang had me laughing. Artie’s conversations with Olivia Munn were very entertaining and fun to watch. During a ping pong game, Susan Sarandon finally asked the question many people were wondering.
Watch Part 1 of Artie Lang’s interview:
Watch Part 2 of Artie Lang’s interview:
Watch Part 3 of Artie Lang’s interview:
Watch Part 1 of Olivia Munn’s interview:
Watch Part 2 of Olvia Munn’s interview:
Watch the ping pong match with Jimmy and Artie vs. Olivia and Susan:
Tonight’s episode of “The Ultimate Fighter” on Spike TV will feature Kimbo Slice’s first fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Octagon.
Kimbo Slice, the Internet sensation known for fighting in backyards for money, was recently offered a chance to fight in the UFC by going through the reality television show. Will Kimbo make it to the finale and win the six-figure contract? Probably not. Will Kimbo use his on the television show to improve his skills? Yes. Kimbo already has a large fan base, and it will continue to grow as people watch him on the show; the UFC easily could have portrayed Kimbo in a negative way on the show, but they haven’t. Win or lose, he will continue to be in the UFC and help make the company money.
Kimbo was on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” earlier this week to promote tonight’s “The Ultimate Fighter.” In several funny moments, Kimbo teaches Jimmy how to fight and is also part of a comedy skit.
Watch Kimbo’s interview with Jimmy Fallon:
Watch Kimbo train Jimmy on how to fight:
Watch the commercial for Kimbo’s side business, the Slice Brothers Breakaway Furniture Store:
There was a contest awhile back on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” in which fans were asked to create a dance for the television show. Even though Alton Hood’s dance, The Jimmy Fallon Dip, did not win, he remixed the song and put together a music video for YouTube.
Earlier this week, Alton Hood and The First Family were on the television show to teach Jimmy Fallon their dance.
Watch the original video submitted for the Jimmy Fallon Dance Challenge:
Watch the Jimmy Fallon Dip’s official music video:
Watch Alton Hood and The First Family with Jimmy Fallon: