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TGIF nostalgia is all the rage these days thanks to Fuller House. Love or loathe the revival, people are talking about it. No wonder Netflix swiftly renewed the comedy for a second season.

Clearly, Jimmy Fallon is a fan of the 90s sitcom. He enlisted Jesse Frederick to pen a new theme song for The Tonight Show. Frederick is the mastermind behind the catchy intros for Family Matters, Step By Step and Full House to name a few.

Check out The Tonight Show’s campy new opening credits below. If you watched any of the sitcoms during ABC’s TGIF comedy block, you’ll appreciate it.

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Like Ariana Grande and Christina Aguilera before her, Demi Lovato engaged in a round of “Wheel of Musical Impressions” during her stop on The Tonight Show. The 23-year-old belted out classic children tunes like “Bingo Was His Name-O” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” while taking on different musical personas.

Though Lovato’s impersonations weren’t as killer as Grande and Aguilera, they were a valiant effort. Her best, in my opinion, was the Spongebob Squarepants theme song as X-tina. She belted out the big notes flawlessly but sounded more like Demi than The Voice mentor. Check out the clip below.

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Everyone involved should really consider hitting the road together. They have a musical chemistry that’s undeniable.

In addition to promoting her new single “Cheap Thrills,” off her This Is Acting album on The Tonight Show, Sia performed a cover of “Iko Iko.” The 40-year-old Aussie didn’t do it alone either. Natalie Portman, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots joined her on the much-covered New Orleans song.

Check out the epic cover below which features a few of them playing classroom instruments.

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Jimmy Fallon has once again teamed up with Rashida Jones for another holiday memorable performance. I love their annual tradition of parodying the biggest pop songs of the year by putting a festive spin on the lyrics.

With the assistance of Queen Latifah and Eric Nally, they take on Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood,” Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money,” Drake’s “Hotline Bling” and Silento’s “Whip/Nae Nae,” to name a few. My favorite is this little gem below.

“Bitch better have my stuffing
Put it up that turkey’s butt
Stove Top Top Top!”

Check out the highly-amusing clip below.

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At this point of her hectic 25 promotional tour, I’m sure Adele is a little tired of singing “Hello.” Who could blame her?

To make things interesting, the 27-year-old Brit performed the power ballad accompanied by school instruments on The Tonight Show. Bongos, a kazoo, xylophone, orange shaker and a wood block were just a few of the instruments used.

If you’re a regular viewer of the late night show, you know it’s not the first time Jimmy Fallon and The Roots have done this. Idina Menzel, One Direction, Meghan Trainor, Madonna, Mariah Carey, Carly Rae Jepsen and even the Kermits have participated in this fun activity. Check out Adele’s amazing performance below.

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Alanis Morisette Presents Jagged Little Chicks

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To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morisette recently released a collector’s edition of her quintessential third studio album. Love, love, love that LP. The 41-year-old singer stopped by The Tonight Show to promote the re-issue in a very plucky way.

With the assistance of Meghan Trainor and Jimmy Fallon, Alanis transforms one of her classics into an epic chicken anthem. You’ve never heard “Ironic” this way ever and probably never will again. It’s random and weird, but oddly captivating. Check out The Jagged Little Chicks’ clucky cover below.

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The first two days of the new television season haven’t been kind to FOX so far. Both Monday and Tuesday nights yielded less-than-awesome ratings. Thankfully, Empire returns to the network tonight. Fingers crossed it doesn’t suffer the dreaded sophomore slump.

Jimmy Fallon is one of many that are excited about the hip-hop drama’s return. The late night talk show paid tribute to the show with a hilarious parody titled “Jimpire.” Naturally, Fallon stepped into Terrence Howard’s footsteps, delivering a spot-on Luscious Lyon impression. Equally as awesome was Steve Higgins who did a mean Cookie Lyon.

As great as Fallon and Higgins’ impersonations were, nothing can beat the originals. Cue Taraji P. Henson and Howard who popped in to join in on the fun. Donald Trump also gave a surprise cameo. I don’t agree with his politics, but I admit he made me laugh. Never thought in a million years that I’d see The Donald say ‘boo boo kitty.’ Check out the spoof below.

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Christina Aguilera singing “This Little Piggy” as Britney Spears on The Tonight Show was absolutely sensational. As great as that was, Ariana Grande channeling the “Toxic” singer slays even more.

During a round of ‘Wheel of Musical Impressions,’ Grande sang “Mary Had A Little Lamb” as Brit and it was fantastic. She also performed “Wheels On The Bus” and “Can’t Feel My Face” as Christina Aguilera and Celine Dion respectively.

Speaking of The Weeknd hit song, Jimmy Fallon joined Grande on that track but he did it as Sting. The real Celine and former Police frontman should really consider recording “Can’t Feel My Face” for real. It could be a huge hit for them as well. Check out the hilarity below.

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