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Paris Jackson is no stranger to disappointment.
The 18-year-old's first Tonight Show interview got a bit too real when she revealed her first concert was also the first time she was really "heartbroken."
On Monday's show, Michael Jackson's daughter admitted to being a big High School Musical fan, noting that High School Musical Live was "first concert that I actively wanted to see."
But the live event ended up being quite "depressing" for Paris, because the film's leading man Zac Efron was missing from the show. Yeah, we'd be pretty heartbroken too…
As the Star actress recalled, Efron was too busy filming "the movie with the horses" — a.k.a. The Derby Stallion, an actual movie that exists — to make the concert. His replacement was Drew Seeley, Zac's singing voice in the first Disney Channel movie, and notably NOT the real Troy Bolton.
Thankfully, Jimmy Fallon cheered Paris up after the emotional walk down memory lane with an INTENSE game of Egg Russian Roulette — in which the blonde beauty couldn't help but lick the raw yolk running down her face. Yum?
She's really getting the hang of this whole "celebrity" thing! Ch-ch-check out both clips (below)!
When MSNBC's Rachel Maddow announced she had gotten a hold of Donald Trump's tax returns earlier this week, there was naturally a LOT of hype.
But by the time the segment aired on The Rachel Maddow Show, viewers were disappointed that Maddow only had a sliver of the President's financial information — and no scandal to report on.
The 43-year-old was criticised over her over-hyped presentation of the tax information once the show began, before clarifying she had POTUS's 2005 federal income tax return — which the Wall Street Journal already reported on last year!
One of Maddow's critics was Stephen Colbert, who mocked her non-bombshell of a report on Wednesday's The Late Show. In the clip (below), Colbert reveals he has acquired a long-awaited joke that Americans have been waiting to hear!
But not every late night host poked fun at Maddow's release. Jimmy Fallon invited the journalist on Wednesday's Tonight Show, where she spoke on the behind the scenes drama that came with getting the White House to authenticate the documents mere hours before the show aired.
While not many viewers were pleased with the outcome, Maddow's longtime partner Susan Mikula was — and bought the financial reporter a congratulatory gift for breaking the story!
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to hear Maddow's inside scoop — and see Colbert hilariously spoof her report!
Kellyanne Conway, you really played yourself with this one.
KA went on later to clarify that she, of course, doesn't believe people are using their microwaves to spy of Drumpf because she's not "Inspector Gadget" and isn't "in the job of having evidence." Ok.
These controversial comments proved to be amazing material for late night hosts Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers — who all took the opportunity on Monday night to take a jab at Kellyanne's incredibly stupid remarks.
The Late Show host went as far as to hilariously try to reach out to Obama through a microwave (which was also Camera 3 for his show):
Who says Jimmy Fallon doesn't give any political commentary on The Tonight Show!?
The late night host has been notoriously light on roasting Donald Trump throughout the president's first chaotic months in office, and it's starting to affect his ratings.
Fallon has been falling behind in viewership over the past few months due to the Saturday Night Live host's unwillingness to talk politics — causing fans to seek out a more politically pointed late night program such as rival Stephen Colbert's.
But don't count Jimbo out just yet!
He just released a very politically charged music video with Luke Bryan that points out the differences between Red States and the cultural melting pot of New York City: country superstars have no idea how to pronounce the word "Gyro"! SMH.
Yup, this conversation Fallon just started almost makes up for that Trump hair tousle. Watch out, Colbert!
Ch-ch-check out the silly music video (below)!
In a wide-ranging interview with Vulture, the retired Late Show personality spoke on the "obligation" late night hosts have to criticize politicians, and made it clear he would be handling things differently if he were still in the game.
Though Letterman says Fallon got a "fantastic viral clip" out of the wig check, the 69-year-old would have given Trump a much harder time had he been behind the desk.
Never challenge Jennifer Lopez to a dance-off! You will lose!
Jimmy Fallon experienced that first hand when the actress appeared on The Tonight Show Wednesday night and showed him how it's done.
The two had a dance battle where they had to pick ridiculous suggestions from a velvet bag and do an interpretative dance to "putting on skinny jeans" and "washing machine on spin cycle," among others.
J.Lo does an AH-Mazing "hot cowboy," by the way.
Watch the video (below)!
Is there anything Alicia Keys can't do?
The multi-talented songstress appeared on The Tonight Show Tuesday, where she played a game of "Musical Impressions" with host Jimmy Fallon! Yas!
The two took turns being challenged to perform a randomly selected song in the style of a random musician — and The Voice judge totally NAILED impersonating Gwen Stefani, Adele, AND Janis Joplin! Not an easy feat!
We would seriously buy her version of Miss Mary Mack, The Alphabet Song, and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star right now!! LOLz!
Watch it all go down for yourself (below)!!