Olsen and Fallon appeared to travel through time until a plot twist revealed the true cause of the FallonVision madness.
Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon are also keeping Peter Luger diners company — from a distance.
The former boy bander stayed young at heart with a child's gold crown and pancakes.
The "Cobra Kai" star appeared on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday, where he cleared up popular rumors related to the classic 1984 film.
For about a decade, the action star has gifted friends, co-stars and TV show hosts a signature item: the White Chocolate Coconut Bundt Cake from Doan’s Bakery, a small, family-run business in Woodland Hills, Calif.
The actor revealed that he and husband Todd Spiewak thought they just had colds, until they completely lost their taste and smell.
Rock defended Jimmy Fallon's old blackface sketch, saying "he didn't mean anything" by it.
The actor's response finally puts to rest the fan-favorite theory that "Breaking Bad" is a prequel to "Malcolm in the Middle."
However, there is one fighting legend whom the 54-year-old former world heavyweight champion would not mess with.
Were Ross and Rachel really on a break? David Schwimmer finally set the record straight on the great Friends debate during an interview on The Tonight Show.
The actor revealed that the reunion, which was delayed due to the coronavirus in May, might finally be happening.
Abrams explains how voter suppression is still as prevalent as the day her grandmother gained the right to vote.
The "Tonight Show" host opened the show with an emotional and heartfelt message to his viewers.
With stars like Tina Fey, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon apologizing and shows like "Community," "The Golden Girls" and "Scrubs" deleting episodes featuring blackface, Hollywood is finally beginning to reckon with one of its most insidious comedic tropes.
Don Cheadle opened up about his past experiences with racism and the police during a candid interview on The Tonight Show.
NAACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson thanked Fallon for his apology, calling it courageous and authentic.
Originally aired in 2000, the sketch features Fallon playing fellow "Saturday Night Live" veteran, Chris Rock.
A clip of Jimmy Fallon wearing blackface in an SNL sketch from 2000 has resurfaced online, leading to widespread criticism.In the video, the host of The Tonight Show can be seen impersonating comedian Chris Rock.
The Webby Awards may have had to cancel the in-person ceremony amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the 24th annual awards show goes on virtually with the “WFH: Webbys From Home.” Hosted by Patton Oswalt, the live-streamed celebration on Tuesday, May 19, upholds the traditions of the Webbys (the hallmark 5-Word Speech will live on), while […]
Archie Manners and Josh Pieters believe that their exclusive Carole Baskin interview was a "win-win."
“Tiger King” and Carole Baskin’s bizarre saga just took another surreal turn.In a bizarre prank only made possible by the coronavirus lockdown, two YouTubers used Zoom to pose as Jimmy Fallon producers and trick Baskin into giving her first interview since the release of the hit Netflix docuseries “Tiger King.”Claiming to be producers from “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” YouTubers Josh Pieters and Archie Manners reached out to Baskin to make her think she was appearing on the late-night show that is being broadcast from Fallon’s home during the coronavirus safe-at-home order. The pair recently pulled a similar stunt on some British celebrities — like pop star Craig David — using clips from “The Late Late Show With James Corden” that were aired during the COVID-19 lockdown, with Manners pretending to be a producer on the Zoom call.Also Read: Bill Maher Rips Into 'Tiger King' Star Joe Exotic: Torturing Animals Is What Got Us Into This Mess (Video)“There is often a moment where there isn’t a clip that’s suitable,” Pieters told Insider.com. “But that’s luckily where I have Archie on standby who can come in and act as the producer and say, ‘Oh we’ve got a quick change there, Jimmy’s just doing this,’ or ‘Jimmy’s just doing his makeup,’ and then it sort of explains why something sort of went wrong.”Baskin was chosen by the pair as a wild attempt to get the most unlikely guest they could find, and they said they were surprised when she agreed to the interview. Baskin, an activist fighting against private zoos that sell big cats, has been thrust into the public spotlight by “Tiger King,” which depicts her feud against exotic zoo owner Joe Exotic. Baskin has spoken out against the docuseries, calling it “salacious and sensational,” particularly in regards to its depiction of Exotic’s claim that Baskin killed her second husband who disappeared in 1997.Watch Baskin’s interview in the clip above.Read original story ‘Tiger King': Carole Baskin Unwittingly Gives First Interview to 2 YouTubers Posing as Jimmy Fallon Producers (Video) At TheWrap