Ugh, attractive people. They all look the same. You know what I mean? If you've seen one beautiful person, you've seen them all. If you gave me $100 dollars to tell two attractive people apart, I doubt I could do it. But they're people too, we shouldn't look down on them. So, please, if you can, don't confuse "This Is Us" star Justin Hartley for Ryan Reynolds. But if you do, don't feel bad, he'll just play along.
If you saw Jimmy Fallon or Adam Levine around New York City, you would recognize them. You have seen their faces so often on TV that it would be hard for them to hide. But when they donned beards and hats to perform a few songs in the New York City subway, they were completely unrecognizable. Well, that is until they took off their disguises and performed Maroon 5's hit "Sugar." Then the crowd went wild.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill can do a lot of things, but part of me truly believes they don't spend a lot of time on the World Wide Web just clicking and scrolling. I'm sure they can use computers, but you know-- when most people were starting to use computers every single day during their 9 to 5s, Tim and Faith were cranking out hit after hit after hit and singing on stages across the globe.
During a recent appearance on "The Tonight Show," Tim and Faith squared-off against each other in a game of filling in the blanks to random Internet searches. Tim was with Questlove and Faith was with Jimmy. To answer the questions, contestants had to type in their answers on a computer. Tim types like your dad.
The Bush twins are making the late night rounds promoting their book "Sisters First: From Our Wild and Wonderful Life," but, in truth, they are spilling the beans on their father and former President George W. Bush.
For anyone who thought your father was the most embarrassing dad in the world, I guarantee W. has got your dad beat.
Pink just released her seventh studio album and sat front row at the 51st Annual CMA Awards and she more than ready to get the party started with Corden.
Somehow, this ended up being a super dance-centric ride. Even though most of Pink's dancing is usually while hanging from the ceiling.
After Disney Reveals Beyonce Will Star in Live-Action Version of "Lion King," SNL Showed the Celebrities That Tried Out and Didn't Make the Cut
Disney recently revealed the cast for the company's live action remake of the 1994 animated classic, "The Lion King." Beyonce is set star as Nala, with Donald Glover filling in the role of Simba. James Earl Jones will return as Mufasa.
Of course, the Internet was abuzz upon the news. Most people ignored the cast announcements to focus on Beyonce. (Who run the world? Beyonce and maybe, Disney. A little.)
Taylor Swift Delivers Heartfelt, Unscheduled Performance on "The Tonight Show" for Jimmy Fallon's First Show Back After His Mother's Death
Swift was in New York City after performing on "Saturday Night Live" for the first time since 2009 when she was asked to appear on "The Tonight Show" for Jimmy Fallon's first show back after his mother died last week. For an entertainer who's made about two public appearances in the last 18 months, it was a big-time move on Swift's part to do this on short notice.
A visibly shaken Fallon delivered a brief tribute to his mother before introducing Swift. Fallon's tribute to his mother was a brief story about his mother always squeezing his hand three times as her way of saying, "I love you."
While performing her piano ballad, "New Year's Day," Swift sang the line, "Squeeze my hand three times in the back of the taxi," which led one of the show's producers to take to Twitter to explain how Swift ended up on the show after not being scheduled.
"She was not scheduled to do our show today. But we wanted something special for this first show back, so we asked her on a complete whim, since she had been in town doing SNL. She said yes with zero hesitation," Mike DiCenzo explained.
Every single time "Jimmy Kimmel Live" brings out the Mean Tweets sketch, I think, "this can't be any meaner than the last group of mean tweets." Wrong. I'm always wrong. The Internet just keeps getting more and more mean.
For Jimmy's 50th birthday, Ray Romano rounded up some of Jimmy's favorite famous friends like Amy Schumer, Larry David, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian West and his hero David Letterman to read mean tweets about him.
Kim read a tweet from Kanye West that he tweeted in 2013 during the pair's feud. A number of tweets focused on Jimmy's looks and actually seemed super inappropriate for TV, even late night TV.
So, what's so different this time around? Taylor has finally taken on the role of pop superstar in her mind and not this aww-shucks I'm kind of famous and awkward persona.
Taylor's first performance of the evening was "...Ready For It?" the second single off the LP and featured dance moves that she could execute. Also, there was a snake microphone, because she's owning it.