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Mandy Moore Tells Jimmy Fallon She Threw Up After Reading Next Week’s ‘This Is Us’ Script

This Is Us, which is in its final season on NBC, has had the uncanny ability to wring tears out of even the most hardened audience members over the course of its six seasons. And now that there are only two episodes left to go in the show, there will most definitely be laughter, tears and, if you’re Mandy Moore, some vomit. The actress, who plays matriarch Rebecca Pearson on the show, visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night (May 10) and explained that she became physically sick after reading the script for the second to last episode, which airs on May 17.
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Watch Arcade Fire Debut Their Laser Gloves On The Tonight Show & Avoid Playing Drinking Games With Jimmy Fallon

Now that the new Kendrick is here, it seems possible that the world could immediately cease all discussion of WE, the Arcade Fire comeback opus that is now one week old. Arcade Fire are not willing to let that happen. This past weekend, Arcade Fire played SNL. Yesterday, the band covered the new Harry Styles single for the BBC. Last night, the band returned to 30 Rockefeller Plaza to do musical-guest duties on The Tonight Show, and their performance looked cool as hell.
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Watch Florence Welch Sing “Margaritaville” With Jimmy Buffett (And, Full Disclosure, Jimmy Fallon)

Florence Welch, the Florence of Florence + The Machine, seems like an extremely nice person. Sometimes, people take advantage of that. Sometimes, a stone-cold fucker like Jimmy Fallon might rope a nice lady like Florence Welch into taking part in comedy bits. This is a cautionary tale, kids. Be careful out there, and don’t be too nice. You, too, could end up doing comedy bits with Jimmy Fallon.
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Mark McKinney recalls Jimmy Fallon working as a sound guy on a student film in the mid-1990s

The Kids in the Hall star and SNL alum said Fallon was just as giggly then as he was on Saturday Night Live. “1996, I was on Saturday Night Live,” recalled McKinney on The Tonight Show. “Someone asked me to do a student film in Troy, New York, in the middle of winter, so, naturally, I said yes. And I went up there, and there was a sound guy doing the boom who had a lot of energy. Like way, way too much energy. And that was Jimmy Fallon.”
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Jack Harlow Performs ‘First Class’ on Jimmy Fallon: Watch

Jack Harlow’s sophomore album Come Home The Kids Miss You is getting a mixed reaction from fans but he’s still set to move over about 130k copies in the first week. Jack is continuing the promo run heavy. He was at Kentucky Derby over the weekend with Drake, DJ Drama, Boi-1da and other friends where they also shot the music video for ‘Churchill Downs’ — watch a behind the scenes clip below.
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Shawn Mendes Helped Jimmy Fallon Boosts Ratings

With Shawn Mendes totally taking over Friday night’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the late-night talk show received a big ratings boost. Mendes was the co-host, interviewee, segment guest, and musical performer, during the April 29th airing. According to Showbuzz the Tonight Show drew 1.823 million live,...
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NFT Artist Beeple Celebrates 15 Years of ‘Everydays’ on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Click here to read the full article. Talk shows may very rarely book traditional artists as guests, but Monday night digital artist Beeple graced the stage of  The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon for the second time. The artist, a graphic designer based in North Carolina whose real name is Mike Winkelmann, was on the show to celebrate 15 years of his Everydays series, a collection of digital drawings he has made once a day since May 2007. The first 5,000 of those drawings were made into the famous Everyday: The First 5,000 Days NFT that realized $69.3 million at a...
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Jimmy Fallon on “Bizarre” Ride of Hitting NYT Best-Seller List for Fifth Time for ‘Nana Loves You More’

Jimmy Fallon took a 10-minute break on Good Friday to talk about something great that happened in his career — he snagged a spot on the New York Times best-sellers list for the fifth time. The affable late night veteran earned the distinction for his latest children’s book with illustrator Miguel Ordoñez, Nana Loves You More, from Macmillan imprint Feiwel & Friends. It follows the success of Fallon’s previous children’s titles, Your Baby’s First Words Will Be Dada, Everything Is Mama, This Is Baby and Five More Sleeps ‘Til Christmas, all of which debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times best-sellers list. (Ordoñez...
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