Lady Gaga performs Artpop during Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her album Artpop.
Saget, Stamos, and Coulier reprise their roles as Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse, and Uncle Joey in a sketch were they comfort and encourage Fallon about his decision to leave Late Night.
Warfield performs Why Do You Lie during Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her album The Unexpected.
Warfield makes her tv debut performing her single Why Do You Lie with the band New Power Generation.
Romney joins Fallon and the Roots to slow jam the news about how he supports the 2016 presidential candidate.
Fallon and Alec Baldwin perform in a sketch about an 80’s sitcom called Point Pleasant Police, in which they play two cops who are very messy.
Ylvis performs a live music video of What Does the Fox Say? with Fallon and the Roots.
Fallon, Cyrus, and The Roots perform an a cappella version of We Can’t Stop.
Fallon shows a clip from the Canadian soap opera Jacob’s Patience were he and Cyrus wear odd-looking arms.
Fallon shows a clip from the Teen Nick show EW! with guest Lohan.
Fallon, The Roots and the cast of Sesame Street play the Sesame Street theme on classroom instruments using bongos, cymbals, xylophone and a keyboard.
Fallon, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Stephen Merchant battle in an epic lip sync-off to songs like Superbass and Take On Me.
Fallon & Timberlake perform a skit to show what a Twitter conversation sounds like in real life.
Danza appears on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, where he tap dances.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the university of Dubuque fight song.
Fallon and Justin Timberlake play young versions of themselves as friends at a camp. They wear braces, camp T-shirts, and sport curly hair.
Fallon performs a Breaking Bad parody, with cameos by Cranston, Odenkirk, Paul and Leno.
Fallon and Timberlake dance through the history of touchdown celebrations with dances like worm on a leash, touchdown robot, old-timey railroad card, taking a selfie and earthquake waiter.
Fallon and Grande perform Broadway versions of Jay Z‘s 99 Problems, Cypress Hill‘s Insane in the Brain and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop.
Fallon, Thicke & The Roots play Blurred Lines using classroom instruments such as wood blocks, keyboard and a xylophone.
Fallon and Pitt have a yodel conversation from two rooftops in New York City.
Grande performs her single The Way with a cameo from Miller.
Fallon plays a mashup of NBC News anchor Brian Williams rapping Snoop Dogg’s verse from the Dr.Dre song Nuthin but a G Thang.
Fallon acts in a skit to show how late night is like Game of Thrones.
Fallon introduces the Jonas Brothers to their #1 fan, Sara from Ew!
Timberlake, Fallon and The Ragtime Gals sing a barbershop quartet version of SexyBack.
Upton and her SI Cover on The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
In support of Michelle Obama Let’s Move campaign, and to encourage parents everywhere to get up and get moving with their kids, Fallon and Obama present different mom dances over the years. The two perform dances such as raise the roof, the hip bump, the sprinkler, the reel it in and several other dances.
Kesha performs an acoustic version of her song C’mon.
Bledsoe appears on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with Cosby, and they dance to the song played in the fans’ favorite The Cosby Show episode.
The one I hear about all the time of course is the one when we all came down the stairs singing for our grandparents’ anniversary.
Armisen and Questlove compete in a drumoff.
Backstage before the show, Fallon, Mariah Carey, and The Roots perform All I Want For Christmas Is You using some instruments such as a ukulele, kazoo, and bongos that you’d find in an elementary school classroom.
Knowles performs her single Countdown to promote her latest album 4.
In Fallon’s office before the show, Christina Aguilera, Fallon, and The Roots use some office supplies as instruments to perform Your Body
Hanks performs a spoken-word poem about the 1990s sitcom Full House.
Waits performs his single Raised Right Men from the album Bad as Me.
Ocean makes his television debut performing his single Bad Religion.
In a skit Fallon and Tatum play two teenage girls, who talk about all things that are ew.
Fallon and Bieber compete in a number of events to see who is truly more awesome such as playing a game of checkers, who can hold there breath the longest and a video game match.
Fallon, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The Roots perform Call Me Maybe with some instruments you’d find in an elementary school classroom.
Ferrell and Fallon act in a skit were the two play seemingly friendly men who have a quarrel over whose pants are tighter.
Knowles preforms single Best Thing I Never Had on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her latest album 4.
Kravitz joins the Roots to help conclude Bob Marley week on Late Night performing Marley’s Roots, Rock, Reggae.
Hill performs Marley’s Could You be Loved on Bob Marley week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Jones performs Give A Little Love during Late Night With Jay Leno to promote his album Spirit In The Room.