Earlier this week on Jimmy Fallon…
Earlier this week on Jimmy Fallon…
– Jimmy Fallon, joking about the alleged brawl between the actor and the singer, on The Tonight Show
Wow. I literally just watched this 5 minutes ago. I had heard about this controversy all day today and I feel like I heard that he had apologized with a statement, but I almost expected that he would do it again when he had the chance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight and he did.
Typically when a celebrity apologizes for something they’ve done like say…Chris Brown or Justin Bieber, we kind of just shake it off because well, don’t they always make these kind of mistakes? Haven’t we heard the same thing over and over again?
Jonah Hill is such a powerful actor. He’s someone to be looked up to and I really appreciate how he took the time to admit that he had done wrong. His apology was sincere in a way that I haven’t seen before and more importantly he accepted responsibility. If there’s anything I hate more it’s that celebrities make excuses in their apologies or they think something was taken out of context and throw out the “Hey! This isn’t how I actually feel. I have friends that are x, y, or z.”
The worst. Excuse. Ever.
Jonah Hill isn’t going to have this swept under the rug and he shouldn’t, but he did something better tonight than most.
The whole revealing to people “I’m Ryan Lewis!” was so awkward to me. This segment is kind of similar to the one Fallon did with Robinson Cano and I think I liked that one better.
I found this segment to be really annoying though – am I alone in this?
Zac Efron is probably my favorite actor to watch on talk shows. I find him to be pretty endearing…and you know pretty good looking. It’s funny how he keeps swearing on accident.
I imagine his relationship with Emma Stone is just so fun all. of. the. time.
Emma Stone throwin’ it down.
The New York Yankee fans aren’t happy that Robinson Cano left them for the Seattle Mariners (even though we are!) but that hate turns into love when Robinson Cano is standing right in front of them. During this segment on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Robinson Cano takes to the streets of his old stomping grounds in which Yankee fans think they are booing at a cardboard picture of his head until they are surprised to find Cano himself stepping out from behind. Immediately, those boos are turned into handshakes. This is cute. Go Mariners!
Who doesn’t love a little alliteration? I watched this segment on the Tonight Show last night with Jimmy Fallon and found it to be hilarious. If you’ve ever seen Norman Reedus in The Walking Dead then you know that this is completely nothing like his character at all which makes this 10x more silly.
It’s been a long week, y’all. I was about to call it quits 30 minutes ago and head to bed, but then I was reminded that Justin Timberlake would be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight. For those two, of course, I would stay up past 11:30 PM. After all, I don’t want to miss out on what could be an appearance of “History of Rap.” This wasn’t confirmed until now. You guys, I found the video. Here it is before it even airs on the West Coast. I’ve watched it and now I can sleep happily.
Happy Friday. Happy Weekend. Happy Justin Timberlake!
And in case you want to know the tracks…
LL Cool J — I’m Bad
Run DMC — Beats to the Rhyme
Crazy Calls – Wait for the Beep
Beastie Boys — Fight For Your Right
Tone Loc — Wild Thing
DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince – Fresh Prince Theme
Salt N’ Pepa — Whatta Man
Positive K — I Got A Man
The Notorious B.I.G. – Big Poppa
Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg – Dre Day
Warren G feat. Nate Dogg – Regulate
N.W.A. — Straight Outta Compton
Ini Kamoze – Hot Stepper
Outkast – So Fresh, So Clean
Busta Rhymes feat. P. Diddy & Pharrell — Pass the Courvoisier, Part II
Kris Kross – Jump
Skee-Lo — I Wish
Jay Z – 99 Problems
Ludacris — Move Bitch (Get Out the Way)
Drake — Started From the Bottom
Kendrick Lamar — Swimming Pools (Drank)
Kanye West feat. T-Pain — Good Life
Run DMC — Walk This Way
Basically The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon is the same thing as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, but just with a different title. We love it all the same.
Doesn’t this take you back? Jimmy Fallon, you done did Michelle Tanner well.