So this is what happens when you get Jimmy Fallon, Nick Offerman, and Blake Shelton together right before Easter. This week the trio (plus show editor Chris Tartaro on the drums) landed on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon stage clad in yellow feathers and bawking to the tune of The Lumineers' hit song, "Ho Hey." Their stage name? The Chickeneers, naturally. I know it sounds silly, and it is, but it's also a wonderful and oddly sweet pick-me-up. I wonder if they're available for birthday parties.
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Professional geek Chris Hardwick, who's taking his YouTube show The Nerdist to BBC America this Saturday, dropped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon for a little lightsaber action.
Before challenging Jimmy to a plasma blade duel, Chris announced that Course For the Force, a seven-day relay leading up to Comic-Con, will start at Skywalker Ranch in Northern California and cross the Golden Gate Bridge on its way to San Diego. Watch Chris and Jimmy duke it out, and let us know if you'll be participating in this year's run benefiting the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Drew Barrymore appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to show off her new makeup line, Flower Cosmetics. And in true Jimmy and Drew fashion, the duo mucked it up by playing a knee-slapping game of "Russian rougelette." Going to the makeup counter and trying out each product is generally the way women choose their cosmetics. However, watching Jimmy and Drew duke it out in a drawing contest is a lot more entertaining. The two used eye shadow, lipstick, and lip liner from Drew's Walmart makeup line as face paint. Jimmy won the game, but we have to say he looks pretty good in pink lipstick.
Well, they've done it again! Justin Timberlake has been stopping by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon all week ahead of his much-anticipated album release, so of course the guys had to go out with a bang. They did just that on Friday night with the latest in their "History of Rap" series, churning out their fourth hilarious medley. This time, the guys take on Salt-n-Pepa, Jay-Z, the Beastie Boys, and Macklemore — but that doesn't even scratch the surface.
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Have you been wondering where sexy has been hiding lately? Justin Timberlake has once again found it, reviving it on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, with a little help from Fallon and The Ragtime Gals. The pop star is in the middle of a weeklong stint on the show, and if we're getting a sweet barbershop quartet version of "SexyBack" on day two, I can only imagine what awaits us later this week. I'm rooting for a game of water war.
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