Jimmy Fallon stopped by “Today” Tuesday morning and shared an interesting anecdote about how he not only came to book President Obama on “Late Night,” but what Obama refused to do on the show.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Republican Rick Santorum lost his bid to become president this year, but he’s earned a trip to Jay Leno’s couch. “The Tonight Show” announced Friday that… More
Jimmy Fallon made the most of President Obama’s unprecedented appearance on NBC’s “Late Night.” The President even agreed to “slow jam” the news with Jimmy. Watch . . .
Well, it took an entire weekend for it to happen, but you knew it was inevitable: Donald Trump weighed in on the cancellation of “The Rosie Show” via tweet earlier… More
By Peter Voskamp, The Wrap LOS ANGELES, March 5 (TheWrap.com) – President Obama gave a shout out to actor Aziz Ansari at a fundraiser in New York City last week,… More
In what Grantland claims is the first time a sitting president has ever been a guest on a podcast, President Obama appeared on “The B.S. Report,” the podcast hosted by… More
It was only a fleeting appearance, but unlike when Conan O’Brien showed up on “HIMYM,” you didn’t need to freeze-frame to see Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino on last night’s funny episode of “Suburgatory”.
Want to know what’s going on behind doors in Washington? People are watching the Showtime TV series “Homeland” – and star Damian Lewis says it’s all Barack Obama’s fault.
First lady Michelle Obama cajoled Jay Leno into nibbling on apples, sweet potato fries and a pizza made with eggplant, green peppers and zucchini on the “Tonight Show,” breaking his long-held aversion for all-things-healthy in his diet.
If you’re looking around the interwebs today for suggestions on what to watch tonight, you’ll see many reviews recommending “Key & Peele,” which starts tonight at 10:30 pm Eastern on Comedy Central. And they’re right; it’s pretty funny. But it’s more than that, which is why you should watch.