On "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon was trying to help Jessica Alba come up with a name for her new baby, which ended up motivating her to reveal the baby's gender on the spot.
Kevin James made a total mess out of "The Tonight Show" when he and Jimmy Fallon took turns executing their best hilariously clumsy fails.
On “Jay Leno's Garage,” the former “The Tonight Show” host took ownership of his ultra-rare, $505,000 2017 Ford GT. Ford only made 500 such cars, and considering it received more than 6,800 applications to buy them, the car maker could afford to be picky about who got one.
Leslie Jones stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and told the story of the embarrassing moment she met Dustin Hoffman … and called him Al Pacino.
“Most famously, Bill O’Reilly walked out on me,” Gross said of her recent interview with the disgraced Fox News anchor.
At one of his recent standup shows, Billy Crystal used Donald Trump’s words to remove a Trump-supporting heckler after she took offense to a Trump joke.
Fallon is notoriously competitive at any game he plays with his guests, so it was no surprise that Smith doubted that he would keep his cool this time.
Alex Rodriguez stopped by "The Tonight Show" and explained to Jimmy Fallon how sometimes, when he's with girlfriend Jennifer Lopez, no one seems to know who he is.
Aziz Ansari joined Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to read actual business owners’ responses to customer reviews on Yelp — and these owners had a lot to get off their collective chest.
Jimmy Fallon fulfilled fan's wish in honor of the annual 'May the 4th' Star Wars Day celebration, sync-ing dialogue from saga to 'All Star' by Smash Mouth
Brad Paisley joins Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to sing a few tunes. Fallon asked fans to send funny 4/20-themed songs. They did.
Jason Zinoman’s “Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night (Harper),” on sale Tuesday, is a forensic biography of — I’ll just put this out here now, so you know where I stand — the greatest talk-show host ever. Zinoman, who covers the comedy beat for the New York Times, comes at David Letterman as a fan, as a critic, and as a reporter. The author knows he has to include Letterman’s failings, both professional and personal, yet his goal is to make his subtitle ring true: Letterman as “the last giant” of a TV genre that is now overrun by lesser mortals seeking niche audiences and demographic shards.
Leno throws shade at President Trump, saying, "Is he that thin-skinned? You know, if this guy was any more of a pussy, he could grab himself."
Some saw the commercial as trivializing and attempting to monetize protests and social injustice. And naturally, late night shows had a field day.
On The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon is known to occasionally do a skit written by kids like Kid Theater, Kid Stand-Up, and Kid Letters. On Tuesday night, Fallon did Kid Art: White House Administration Edition. Kids drew pictures of several members of Trump’s administration, some actually pretty good, others hilariously bad, and sent them in to the show.
Girl Scout Katie Francis of Oklahoma City had sold an impressive 101,105 boxes of cookies by singing so-called “cookie tunes” outside of grocery stores. The 15-year-old stopped by The Tonight Show to sell Jimmy Fallon the final record-breaking box. Fallon bought the $4 box of Samoas, and Francis taught him a thing or two about salesmanship.
On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Josh Gad and Jimmy Fallon took some Disney hits to new places, thanks to Auto-Tune.
With Luke Bryan recently playing a show at Madison Square Garden, it seemed only fitting that he and Jimmy Fallon would get together for lunch on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. They discovered they both suffered from the awkward problem of not knowing how to pronounce the food they love: gyros.
On "The Tonight Show," Alicia Keys displayed her musical prowess in a game called “Wheel of Musical Impressions,” and she started by teaching Adele her ABC’s — that is, she sang the alphabet song to the tune of Adele’s famous “Hello.”
Backed by a clever mix of kazoo, ukulele, tambourine, rainbow xylophone, and the occasional drumbeat (by Fallon, of course), Sheeran belted out his hit song in true grade-school style.
On "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Will Forte tells Jimmy about his Puerto Rico booze cruise injury. After getting “a little drunk,” Forte slammed his leg on the boat he was about to charter with a few of his drunk friends.