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The three legendary musicians join Fallon, who impersonates Young, to sing the song's catchy hook and play a snippet of 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes'.
Musgraves gives the first TV performance of the song, which is not included in her Grammy-winning album 'Same Trailer Different Park'.
Gov. Christie and the 'Tonight Show' host do some hilarious moves from 'Honk the Horn' to 'Back It Up', before the former leaves the stage because Fallon takes a jab at the Fort Lee lane closure.
The 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' host says, 'Being a father is the most exciting, amazing thing that ever happened to me.'
The 'Dance Again' singer and the 'Tonight Show' host dance in their tight pants that they are very proud of but later cause an argument between them.
The 'Amazing Spider-Man' leading lady shows off her skills to catch up with up-tempo song and even nails the rapping part of DJ Khaled's 'All I Do Is Win'.
Fallon, wearing a blonde wig, impersonates Tom Petty in a performance introduced by Nirvana's Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic on his late-night show.
The 'Les Miserables' star and the TV host sing the Broadway version of Snoop Dogg's 'Gin and Juice', 50 Cent's 'In Da Club' and Kendrick Lamar's 'B**ch Don't Kill My Vibe'.
The 'Tonight Show' host 'steals' Letterman's bit to share his thought on why the 'Late Show' host plans to retire in 2015.
With the help of the app, which allows users to harmonize multiple vocals in just seconds, the veteran singer and the TV host sing 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight'.
Soon after the original video went viral, Fallon decided to try the same experiment on several dogs and cats.
Lohan claims she has the power of Oprah Winfrey on her side , that's why she wins the game and gets to use the water canon on Fallon.
The first episode of 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' attracted 3.4 million viewers, the biggest audience for the show since 2005.
Meyers promises to do original comedy pieces on the show after thanking his predecessor by writing Fallon's trademark 'Thank You' note.
The fifth installment of the duo's 'History of Rap' includes tracks like Salt-N-Pepa's 'Whatta Man', Kris Kross' 'Jump', Jay Z's '99 Problems' and Drake's 'Started from the Bottom'.