While he was faced with the possibility having to quarantine over the holidays, Fallon's received some bad news that ended with a silver lining.
The "Tonight Show" host said he's experienced only "mild symptoms," because he's fully vaccinated.
After pitching the idea for six years, Fallon said actor Kit Harington was the first celebrity to have "the guts to do it."
The 73-year-old comedy legend revealed that, in order to help with his claustrophobia, he "swallowed four edibles."
Along with people trying to change her name, someone also suggested "Sweet and Saucy Streisand" as the name of her first album.
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson talks about his critically acclaimed directorial debut "Summer of Soul" documenting 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
The Oscar, Emmy and Tony winning actress just wanted to do the interview from somewhere that she enjoys.
Throughout Johnny Carson's messy "Tonight Show" succession, the media and general public seemed to take David Letterman's side. But actor Daniel Roebuck was always in Jay Leno's corner… even before he was cast as the victor of "The Tonight Show" war in the movie version of "The Late Shift."
In 1968, late night talk shows like "The Tonight Show" weren't expected to comment on political issues, and Carson himself didn't feel like he was the person to address subjects like racial injustice and America's presence overseas. So he turned his platform over to someone who could.
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The actor's response finally puts to rest the fan-favorite theory that "Breaking Bad" is a prequel to "Malcolm in the Middle."
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.
Abrams explains how voter suppression is still as prevalent as the day her grandmother gained the right to vote.
Just days after news broke that Gigi Hadid is pregnant, the model personally confirmed everything in a new video interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Jimmy Fallon, Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell teamed up via video chat to create "The Longest Days of Our Lives," a hilarious, quarantine-inspired soap opera.
The late-night host, who was an "SNL" cast member for six years, was red-eyed and emotional.
Both NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers have decided to suspend production effective Friday, after previously considering moving forward without studio audiences, due to coronavirus concerns. Originally, starting Monday, March 16, NBC's premiere late-night shows had planned to tape new episodes without a studio audience. Instead, The Tonight […]
Robbie revealed she's no longer allowed to give people tattoos after being responsible for a "particularly bad" tattoo accident.
Will Smith just admitted he "fumbled a couple" of his last sequels, and specifically revealed which one he was the most unhappy with.
“Now, every time I see it, I feel like an idiot,” the "Dolemite Is My Name" star told "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.