Published On Feb 18, 2014
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Say hello to the new king of late night! Jimmy Fallon made his highly-anticipated as the host of The Tonight Show on Monday, and we're happy to say he did NOT disappoint. As we're sure you know, the funny man replaced Jay Leno after his 20 year run, and Jimmy is definitely bringing a fun, youthful vibe to the legendary late night show. In fact, there were not one, not two, but SIX moments that really stood out to us, so let us break 'em down for you, in case you haven't had a chance to watch yet.
First and foremost, let's talk about that monologue. Jimmy's first Tonight Show monologue was just the right amount of funny, witty, and heartfelt. He gave his parents a shout out, and joked about how he couldn't get them better seats, and he also talked about his 7-month-old daughter Winnie, and we have to warn you, you might tear up just a little bit.
Taking the 2-spot is U2. The legendary band not only did a little acoustic set for Jimmy during the show, but they ROCKED out on the roof of 30 Rockefeller Plaza to close out Jimmy's inaugural episode. Doesn't get much more epic than that, does it? Oh, but it does!
At number-3 on our list, one thing that's had everyone talking is the cameos! Pretty much everyone who's anyone was in on the fun bit that involved a "bet." See, Jimmy prefaced it by saying he'd made a $100 bet with a "buddy" who thought he'd never host The Tonight Show. Then out walks Robert DeNiro slamming a Benjamin Franklin on Jimmy's desk. Other stars who followed suit include Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, Seth Rogen, and many, many more.
Another exciting part of Jimmy's debut includes the new opening number, which was directed by none other than Spike Lee! Jimmy said he's excited for every episode to kick off with a "Spike Lee Joint." And last but not least, one of the biggest moments of Jimmy's debut on The Tonight Show, Jimmy was joined by Will Smith for the "Evolution of Hip Hop Dancing," and it is sure to have people talking for quite some time. Some moves include, The Cabbage Patch, The Running Man, The Carlton, plus many more. I've said it before and I'll say it again: What about overalls?!
And while we're on the subject of Will Smith, we had to throw in a little bonus clip of him talking about the popular Olympic sport, curling. While chatting with Jimmy, Will admitted he thinks that he'd make a great curler. Take a look at his, um, technique.
What did YOU think of Jimmy's Tonight Show debut? Think he'll do the legendary show justice? Sound off in the comments section, and click over here to check out all of the details on one of our favorite shows -- that didn't just start, but instead just came to an end. It's all about Good Luck Charlie. And, everyone, make sure to subscribe to Clevver to stay updated all of your favorite entertainment news happenings.. I'm Dana Ward, thanks for tuning in.
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