What do celebrities do during the commercial break at televised awards ceremonies? Well, if this video is anything to go by, it looks like they grab a microphone, pick a Broadway song, and they take to the stage. During the Tony's commercial break, James Corden enlisted Billy Porter to do karaoke — and he chose the song "Everything's Coming Up Roses"
If you were thinking that classroom instruments like the triangle and the glockenspiel instantly make music more fun, then you would be right. Here to demonstrate that fact with plenty of enthusiasm and some flawless harmonies are Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, and the Jonas Brothers. On Monday night's episode of The Tonight Show , they gathered together
Samuel L. Jackson was last on The Late Show in 2016. And back then, he (very correctly) said this about the election: "Don't think the other thing can't happen". He meant Trump getting elected, of course, and watching the clip back on Monday night, Jackson visibly cringes. "I didn't want to be right," he says. "I hoped I was trying to be funny!" When
'Big Little Lies' star Shailene Woodley does the Meryl Streep scream and let's just give them both Emmys
Be honest, Meryl Streep's Emmy-deserving scream in the new Big Little Lies made you want to fill your lungs with air and let out an almighty shriek. Well move aside Meryl, we've a new screamer on the block: Shailene Woodley. She taught Jimmy Fallon how to do the "Meryl scream," as it'll henceforth be known, with some rather terrifying results. Brb,