To celebrate Jimmy heading to ‘The Tonight Show’ in February, we sat back and enjoyed the ‘Best of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ on January 5. In case you missed it (your loss), we’re running down the top five best moments from the show.
If one thing is for sure, The Tonight Show is lucky to be getting Jimmy Fallon as its new host! At 39, he’s a fan favorite, and proved just how hilarious he is on his special — but not to worry. We’re giving you a run down of the most hysterical moments that had me laughing out loud.
‘Best of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon': 5 Best Moments
Before taking over The Tonight Show on Feb. 17, we’re sitting back to remember the best moments Jimmy had on Late Night. These are in no order, but are all absolutely hysterical.
1. Justin Bieber made out with a mannequin. I don’t remember this episode, but seeing the clip on the special made me google and it and watch it . . . twice.
2. Justin Timberlake with Jimmy … doing anything. Every time these two get together it is hilarious. However, Jimmy and Justin’s rap segments are probably one of the best things ever, so here’s a clip of that to get you through the day.
4. Channing Tatum and Jimmy Fallon dress up as women and both say “Ew” to a Magic Mike poster. After being “bored” with outer space, Channing, dressed up as a teenage woman throws the movie poster in a disgusted way. I promise, you won’t get through this with a straight face.
5. Late Night pays tribute to the ’90s. Sorry, I couldn’t pick just one of these moments, but there were too many good ones — from bringing out
Mark Paul-Gosselaar Zack Morris to Tom Hanks paying an amazing tribute to Full House with a slam poem. However, while they’re all hysterical, the best wrap-up is John Stamos coming out on stage to sing the theme song with his Uncle-Jesse-like mullet (and THE RIPPERS). He even brought out Aunt Becky — or Lori Loughlin for those of you who somehow only know her from 90210 and Summerland.
Are you excited to see Jimmy take over The Tonight Show? Do you think he’s funnier than Jay Leno?
— Emily Longeretta