To close out Bruce Springsteen week on “Late Night,” Jimmy Fallon had The Boss back on Friday for an interview and a few more songs from his new album “Wrecking Ball.” But Fallon couldn’t resist a new duet between his version of Neil Young and Bruce doing some version of Past Bruce.
Over the weekend, we speculated how Clay Aiken and George Takei were going to get along in this week’s “Celebrity Apprentice” task, which was going to be managed by Takei. It turns out that Aiken couldn’t help but be a “chatterbox gossip,” as Takei described on a conference call last week.
Jimmy Kimmel’s post-Oscar show from last Sunday tops our Top Five this week.
Jimmy Fallon kicked off Bruce Springsteen Week on “Late Night” with The Boss himself. He and the E Street Band sang two songs on the show from his new album “Wrecking Ball”.
Jimmy Fallon is handing his show over to “The Boss” next week. Bruce Springsteen is taking over “Late Night” beginning Monday (Feb. 27) for a week-long tribute to the performer. As part of the celebration, Monday’s show will feature Springsteen and his E Street Band performing two songs. Tuesday’s show will feature Kenny Chesney performing […]
With an opening prayer and a moving tribute from Jennifer Hudson, the Grammy Awards played the part of impromptu memorial for Whitney Houston just a day after the six-time Grammy winner was found dead in the bathtub of her Beverly Hills hotel room.
The key races, the big names, the newcomers and the living legends: Your guide to who’s who and what’s what at this Sunday’s 54th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS.
(Reuters) – Pop superstar Madonna said it was a dream come true to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday and conceded she was feeling pressure at the idea of singing in front of the huge live television audience. Last year’s Super Bowl attracted 111 million U.S. viewers – the largest for a […]
It’s time to get on the bus – the Jimmy Fallon bus. No one on TV is getting better press right now, and the argument can be made that no one deserves it more than the ‘Late Night’ host. Sure, Conan O’Brien’s return on TBS has grabbed the spotlight, plus a significant slice of the […]
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – Jimmy Fallon’s love of making music a part of his act is setting him apart in the crowded world of late-night comedy. It’s paying off handsomely this week. To promote his new box set, Bruce Springsteen chose Fallon’s ‘Late Night‘ on NBC — not Leno, Letterman or O’Brien. Tuesday’s […]