Apr 302014
Jimmy Fallon Plays The Most Ridiculous Game Of Beer Pong With Diane Keaton

Jimmy Fallon played a very special game with his guest Diane Keaton. As she is a huge wine-o, they played Beer Pong with red wine in place of bubbly beer. It quickly became apparent that Diane didn’t really understand the rules to the game, nor did she care, as she voluntarily chose to drink her cups of wine. 

“I win!” she proclaimed after throwing her entire basket of ping-pong balls at Jimmy while taking another sip of her red wine. 


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Apr 292014
‘Let It Go’ Dr Who Parody

The BBC‘s television program Dr. Who is huge with nerds in the US, so it’s no surprise that the show is one of the most popular programs on British television.  

Just for fun, Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory on Dr. Who, sang a gorgeous parody song The Ballad Of Arthur Darvill on BBC Radio to the tune of Let It Go from Disney’s smash hit Frozen

Even though they’re a little late to the Let It Go game, the performance has instantly gone viral!


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Apr 292014
Lip Sync Battle With Emma Stone And Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon loves to challenge his celebrity guests in outrageous games on The Tonight Show. One of his most popular series on the late night program is the lip-sync battle. Jimmy and his guest take turns putting on their best lip-sync dance moves to pop music, and the cheers from the crowd determines who wins. 

His latest lip-sync battle was with the Internet’s crush Emma Stone. Who do you think won?

Sorry Jimmy, looks like you lost!


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Apr 282014
Super Cute Kid Kai Sings ‘Roar’ On Ellen

Ellen loves her tiny best friend Kai. She’s had him on her show multiple times to show off his super cute Bruno Mars singing abilities. Now that Kai has turned five years old, Ellen has invited him back on stage to take a turn from Bruno Mars and sing Katy Perry’s upbeat tune Roar. Simply adorable. 


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Apr 272014
Bailey McConnell Performs His Own Song On Britain’s Got Talent

Fourteen year old Bailey McConnell impressed the audience and judges on Britain’s Got Talent performing his own song on guitar. The teen focused the hardships in his life into his music, and it really paid off in the end. After his performance, the audience and judges were on their feet applauding.  


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