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Fallon, John Krasinski and Stephen Merchant will executive produce and appear on the show that will debut in April.
The late-night show's host dons shades and Bono's signature cap while imitating the rocker's vocals as he joins The Roots to cover the song from U2's 1988 'Rattle and Hum' album.
The former 'Tonight Show' host roasts the man who took over his job when he returns to the NBC late-night show as a guest.
The Irish band will bring 'numerous surprises' during their week-long stay on the late-night show to promote their album 'Songs of Innocence'.
The late night chat show host, who released a children's book titled 'Snowball Fight' in 2005, is inspired by his daughter Winnie for the new book.
Dressing as two hermits with long hair, the 'Judge' actor and the show's host sit on a fake mountaintop and share some words of wisdom.
The song is available on iTunes with proceeds from the sale going to SeriousFun Children's Network and i.am.angel Foundation.
Using the iPad app Loopy, the Led Zeppelin singer performs a doo-wop version of Gene Chandler's 'Duke of Earl' with Fallon.
The 'This Is the End' stars appear half-naked from a giant cake before the 'real surprise,' Stevie Wonder, comes out to sing 'Happy Birthday' for the host.
Fallon hilariously covers Spike Jones' 'Cocktails for Two', but Shelton and Stefani win the battle with their take on Lionel Richie and Diana Ross' 'Endless Love'.
The 'Tonight Show' host and the 'Good Wife' actress play a principal and vice principal who sing the announcements to the tunes of popular songs in a sketch played on his talk show.
The legendary singer makes her first talk show appearance in 50 years on the 'Tonight Show', singing with Fallon standing in for Elvis Presley, Blake Shelton and Michael Buble.
Wearing all-red, Breezy performs his new album's title track and the hit 'Loyal' while showing off some impressive dance moves.
The 'Suit and Tie' singer and his pal's hands and voices are featured in the ads for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus which were unveiled in Cupertino, Calif. on September 9.
'Saturday Night Live' wins big with five awards including four from the episode where Fallon was a host, while HBO dominates with 15 trophies.