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As 2011 begins winding down, GQ Magazine has come up with their picks for the Men of the Year issue.
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Leave it to Jimmy Fallon to take one of the most bizarre news stories this week and turn it into a hilarious musical sketch.
The “Late Night” host was backed up by his house band The Roots for a performance of “(It’s Not My) Baby,” based on Bieber's real song “Baby.”
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Tending to promotional duties, Julianne Moore hit the set of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Thursday night (July 28).
The gorgeous 50-year-old actress looked stunning as she chatted it up with the funnyman, wearing a black sequined shirt, black pants and a pair of peep-toe heels.
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Nobody was sure how he’d do taking over Conan O’Brien’s time slot last year, but Jimmy Fallon has proven himself as the real deal.
A big part of “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” success is also a direct result of his house band, The Roots, who add a much-needed flavor to what can sometimes become a stale genre of television.
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Stepping out for a promotional appearance, Justin Timberlake paid a visit to “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night (July 19).
The “Like I Love You” singer was in the house to plug his new film “Friends with Benefits,” but he and Fallon couldn’t resist doing another History of Rap montage.
The hit MTV reality show “Jersey Shore” has been the target of many a lampoon, and Jimmy Fallon is the latest to take a shot at the guidos and guidettes.
In the new clip, Fallon is joined by his “Saturday Night Live” pals Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Rachel Dratch on the “Jersey Floor” of an NYC office building.
Showing off some new ink in honor of the show's host, Uma Thurman visited the New York City set of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" last night (April 8).
The "Ceremony" actress looked stunning in a elegant lacy black dress and strappy silver and black heels as she has begun to promote her upcoming movie "Bel Ami".
Keeping a promise he made with host Jimmy Fallon earlier in the week, Stephen Colbert performed Rebecca Black's "Friday" on "Late Night" on Friday (April 1).
Colbert's long-awaited performance of the ubiquitous anthem came after he pledged $26,000 to DonorsChoose.org on Jimmy's behalf.