There are a ton of great late night hosts right now — but isn't it about time a woman lands the job?!
That's exactly what Jimmy Kimmel's 21-month-old daughter Jane was thinking about as she decided to take her dad's seat on his show during rehearsals after the funnyman brought her to his job for Take Your Kid To Work Day yesterday.
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And OMG she looks so disinterested and hard to please! Clearly more a David Letterman than a Jimmy Fallon…
Ch-ch-check out Jimmy's ADORABLE photo of his future fill-in (below)!
Passing of the stilettos!
Now that Gisele Bündchen has retired from the runway, she's "waiting to be inspired" to see where her career takes her next!
And after appearing on The Tonight Show, it looks like she's already getting started grooming the next generation of models — and her first student was Jimmy Fallon!
Video: Maya Rudolph & D'Angelo Pay Tribute To Prince On The Tonight Show!
At the end of her interview on Wednesday's show, the supermodel suggested she pass the catwalk torch to the host and teach him how to walk down the runway.
Ever prepared, Fallon pulled out a pair of sparkly blue heels and proceeded to learn how to properly strut his stuff for the audience!
Ch-ch-check out the clip to see if Bundchen's expert advice paid off!
As we're still mourning the tragic death of Prince last week, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon continues to pay tribute to the music legend with heartfelt performances.
On Tuesday's show, D'Angelo took the stage with Prince cover band Princess – made up of Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum — for an emotional performance of Sometimes It Snows in April.
With the entire stage draped in purple lighting, D'Angelo played the keyboard as Rudolph and Lieberum sang the backup harmonies on the 1986 track.
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During the song, the R&B star changed the original lyrics to send a special message to the late icon, singing:
"I often dream of heaven and I know that Prince is there."
Ch-ch-check out the touching tribute (below):
Last Thursday marked a very sad day for the world of music and entertainment as Prince tragically passed away.
Several artists and musicians have already paid tribute to the Purple Rain singer, but Jimmy Fallon's late night show was on hiatus, and Ellen DeGeneres had already taped her shows for the week, as well as Monday.
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Well Monday night Fallon finally got the chance to honor the late rocker by telling a CRAZY story about playing him in ping pong and on Tuesday morning DeGeneres got to look back at her own experiences with the Purple One!
Ch-ch-check out the comedians' tribute to the legendary rock star (below) and let us know what your favorite tribute is so far!
Whenever Ariana Grande shows up on TV, we know we're in for a treat — which is why we are so happy she stopped by The Tonight Show Monday night!
The 22-year-old stopped by to chat with Jimmy Fallon and to promote her upcoming album Dangerous Woman which is due out on May 20. However, Miz Grande also made time to have a bit of fun with the late night host!
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Instead of showing off her incredible voice by doing AH-Mazing impressions, Grande and Jimmy used all the best hits from Justin Bieber's Sorry, to Rihanna's Work, and even a little *NSYNC to have a Lip Sync Conversation!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious bit, as well as the brunette beauty showing off her winking dog Toulouse and her Nonna (below)!
Saturday Night Live did their very best to honor Prince.
On April 23, SNL paid tribute the late icon by reliving his past three performances on the show. Host Jimmy Fallon also honored the singer's memory by delivering a touching opening monologue which you can watch (above).
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In Fallon's message, he made a point to say that the legend's performances were always extra special. Even though Prince didn't perform as many times as other acts, his appearances remain the most memorable.
The comedian summed up the 57-year-old's history on SNL perfectly, gushing:
"There was always something different about a Prince performance. It was special. It was an event. It was Prince."
Check out J.F.'s speeches and the Minnesotan killing it with a performance of Let's Go Crazy & MORE (below)!