On Friday night, Justin Timberlake ended his week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with two great performances. In total from past shows, Fallon and Timberlake have performed three different “History Of Rap” medleys. They decided to do it again and it was awesome. From Missy Elliot’s “Get Ur Freak On” to Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Hypnotize to Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” and many more – they covered twenty five different songs.
Justin Timberlake also performed a medley of some of his past greatest hits which included “Like I Love You” to “My Love,” “Cry Me a River, and “Señorita“. I’ve included both medleys below as well as the list of all the songs they included in the rap medley. Enjoy!
Justin Timberlake‘s week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon continued last night with another live music performance and another comedic sketch. This time, the two pals did a sketch as if they were kids at summer camp.
In the sketch, it’s 1983 the two are young boys at summer camp, with braces and all.It’s bed time and everyone’s supposed to be quiet, but these two can’t help but sing “Africa” together. When you’re at a sleepover or camp with friends, of course you don’t want to go to be right away. The two rascals keep getting in trouble for making so much noise, but continue to sing and it’s a pretty funny sketch overall. I love Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon together. Check out the funny video below.
As you may already know, Justin Timberlake is on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon all week, promoting his new album The 20/20 Experience. On Monday night, he sat down with Fallon and chatted about his experience hosting SNL this past weekend (which was his fifth time) and the two pals proceeded to do impressions of each other – all in good fun.
Last night, Justin brought his “SexyBack” by performing a barbershop quartet version of his past hit single with the help of Jimmy Fallon and The Ragtime Gals. The song is actually one of my favorite Justin Timberlake songs and I remember a long time ago he had said he’d never perform it again… I’m glad he changed his mind.
Watch the guys sing “SexyBack” below. I’ve also included his original music video for the song in case you want to revisit it. Enjoy!
It’s a big a bit week for Justin Timberlake, having just hosted a pretty epic episode of SNL over the weekend and just opened up his new album to be streamed for free for a limited time on iTunes. Last night he was on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon for an interview and also to perform some music from his new album. JT is on Fallon’s show all week so there will be more good stuff to come.
Both guys are under the weather at the moment and we learn it’s because they made out over the weekend LOL. The first topic of discussion is the SNL episode and what it was like for JT. After Fallon starts making fun of how JT sings, JT joins in and makes fun of himself even better. LOL. Then the tables are turned and JT makes fun of Fallon by doing impressions of him and they’re actually pretty funny.
I freaking love Michelle Obama. This week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the First Lady stopped in and did a little dance with Mr. Fallon… who was of course dressed in drag.
In honor of the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” campaign, and to encourage parents everywhere to get up and get moving with their kids, Jimmy Fallon and Michelle Obama present the “Evolution of Mom Dancing.” The duo demonstrate various dances, including: “grocery shopping,” “Single Ladies,” “The Happy Snapper,” “The Pulp Fiction” and more. I have to say that Michelle Obama really steals the stage – especially when it gets to doing the dougie.
Is she not the funnest and fiercest first lady ever? Watch the funny video from Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel below.
Josh Duhamel is very handsome- there is no denying that. But nothing makes a man sexier than when he has a few dance moves in his back pocket to win you over on the dance floor. On last night’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Josh and Jimmy cut a rug together with a little back beat courtesy of Jimmy’s late night band, The Roots. What got this conversation going? Talk of Fergie, Josh’s beau.
“Here’s my one concern I would have being married to Fergie—dancing. Does she make you dance?” Jimmy asked. “She’s a good dancer.” Josh replied with “We’ve danced, but I keep the expectations low.” That suddenly lead into Josh asking Jimmy to dance with him. After Jimmy displays he’s go-to move, the back-up to the bar, the boys got up infront of the desk and decided to show off.
After watching the clip a few times, I can’t help but want to hit up the club with Duhamel and test drive a few of those moves with him. Am I right?
Backstage before last night’s episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy, Mariah Carey, and The Roots grabbed some instruments you’d find in an elementary school classroom and stopped by the Late Night “Music Room” to sing Mariah’s holiday classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” It’s such a cute video with all the kids joining in as well! Definitely something that will get you into the holiday spirit and Mariah’s song is up there as one of my favorite Christmas songs.
You may recall that Christina Aguilera was also recently on the show and performed “Your Body” with Fallon and The Roots, with everyone only using office supplies as instruments. More recently though, Fallon has been getting into the holiday spirit and last week performed a hilarious holiday mashup with Rashida Jones – definitely worth watching if you haven’t. Watch last night’s performance below and it’s bound to brighten your day.
Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the Thanksgiving holiday was celebrated in an awesome parody of several of the top songs of the year in a one big holiday medley. The song was performed by Jimmy Fallon and special guest Rachida Jones (Parks & Recreation). The two combine today’s biggest hits with various holiday themes to come up with one instant classic. Here are the songs that they parody (in order):
For example, “You Don’t Know You’re Beautiful” lyrics become, “You don’t know you’re really full” and “Call Me Maybe” becomes, “Pass the gravy,” etc. One of my favorites was “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” modified into, “We are never, ever, ever, wearing ugly sweaters.” LOL. Watch the hilarious segment below.