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Covering the 1990s hit and recreating its original music video, Fallon plays the guitar alongside Black who gives the camera hilarious expressions.
The band shares a video of them joined by the talk show host and several backing vocalists while performing the '13' song backstage.
The 'Jurassic World' actor and the late night show host replace the lyrics of popular songs like Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Funk' and Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' with nonsensical new lines.
The iconic singer and the talk show host are joined by The Roots to sing her '80s hit using instruments like a cowbell, a keyboard and a whistle.
The 'Louie' star opens up that he threw Fallon's chance to appear on 'The Dana Carvey Show' because of jealousy.
The First Lady and the 'Tonight Show' host perform the 'Shimmy Twist', the 'Shush and Tush' and many others before Fallon recreates President Obama's signature dance move.
Fallon dreams about singing 'Barbara Ann' and dancing with his five wax figures in his dressing room, before waking up and finding the replicas in his bed.
The 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' host gets his guests to wear ridiculous wigs and challenges them to his own version of Musical Chairs.
The singer and the chat show host sing a number of greatest duets of all time including Sonny and Cher's 'I Got You Babe' as well as Pink and Nate Ruess' 'Just Give Me a Reason'.
The baby girl was photographed sitting on a couch wearing purple cardigan, polka-dot shirt, and dark green pants.
Timberlake and Fallon pay tribute to old sketches and cast members during their opening number, while Bradley Cooper kisses Betty White in a skit.
Amy Poehler, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Tom Hanks, Eddie Murphy, Paul Rudd and Alec Baldwin are among the star-studded guest list of the 'Saturday Night Live' special.
The 'Focus' actor and the 'Tonight Show' host recreate Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's classic from scratch using iPad app.
Fallon and original stars of the 90s comedy including Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley and Dennis Haskins star in the nostalgic skit.
The 'Tonight Show' host recreates the opening sequence of the 1990s sitcom to celebrate the talk show's temporary move to Los Angeles.