NBC has announced Jimmy Fallon's first "Tonight Show" guests. Get excited.
The very first guests to ever appear on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" have been announced. Prepare yourself for one star-studded week beginning Feb. 17.
Will Smith may have turned down "Independence Day 2," but who could pass up late night history? Who knows, the whole talented Smith family might even tag along.
"Monday, Jimmy Monday." Sounds like another hit, right?
Not a bad Tuesday night encore. And Jerry's been busy of late with "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," one of the funniest web series on the Internet, so these two New Yorkers should have plenty to talk about.
Kristen Wiig has a history of late night appearance gold, and Tuesday should be no exception. And no, it is not actually Michael Jordan in this picture.
As if Seinfeld and Wiig weren't enough to hold your attention, Lady Gaga will be lending her unique brand of...unique to the "Tonight Show" stage.
In case you missed it, Bradley Cooper's a bonafide actor now. The Hangover funnyman's fresh off critically acclaimed roles in Silver Lining's Playbook and American Hustle, but isn't too busy to stop by Fallon's office Wednesday.
Calm down country fans, Jimmy didn't forget about you. Tim McGraw's booked for Wednesday and yes: we like it, we love it, we'll want some more of it.
In case you thought the guest list's star power might taper off by week's end, the First Lady herself will be making an appearance Thursday.
Ron Burgundy...erm...Will Ferrell will be joining Jimmy and Michelle on the "Tonight Show" Thursday. It goes without saying, but hilarity should ensue.
Arcade Fire will no doubt bring down the house, and it's always fun to watch them all try to fit on stage.
Could it be anyone else? Move over Bennifer and Brangelina, Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon are the power duo we all love to laugh with.