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A well-spoken, redheaded Lindsay Lohan appeared on The Tonight Show Thursday to talk to Jimmy Fallon about her upcoming documentary.

But he couldn't let her plug her show without a little craziness: Water War.

Lindsay lost the first hand and Jimmy looked terrified to follow through with the game's objective: throw a glass of water in her face.

I might be scared too - Lindsay's been a little unpredictable for the past few years.

Lucky for him (more like unlucky!) he lost the rest of the hands and ended up SOAKED from head to toe. Lindsay even poured her last glass of water in his pants, before blasting him with a water canon.

They also talked OWN's new Lindsay Lohan reality show.

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Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore have fallen in love twice already.

First they teamed up in The Wedding Singer, then reunited in 50 First Dates. To promote their newest romantic comedy, Blended, they appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

With Jimmy on guitar, the movie couple sang an original tribute to their love:

Some people might feel awkward saying "boner" to a pregnant lady, but clearly it didn't bother Sandler.

One of the funniest moments was when Sandler asked Drew who was a better movie husband: him or Jimmy Fallon? "You both have great qualities," Drew responded.

"I can live with that," nodded Fallon.

The song ended with Adam Sandler singing a line from The Wedding Singer, which Drew must not have been expecting. She covered her face and gave him a HUGE hug.

It's too bad they're only a movie couple, their chemistry and love for each other is the cutest.

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Paul Rudd left Jimmy Fallon speechless last night ... as well as himself. Sort of literally! The actor and Tonight Show host dueled it out in an epic lip-sync off!

As he's done against John Krasinski and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Fallon took on Rudd in a lip sync battle featuring classic tunes from Tina Turner and Queen.

Check it out below, laugh out loud and see who emerged on top:

Rudd, 44, started off the competition with Turner's "You Better Be Good to Me," while Fallon, 39, turned up the heat with Foreigner's "Juke Box Hero."

It was the actor's rendition of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now," however, that was as hilarious as anything you will see if you watch Anchorman online.

Seriously, Britney Spears. THIS is how you lip-sync. With FEELING.

With leaps, jazz hands, pelvic thrusts, and butt slaps, he brought the house down and Fallon immediately conceded to his guest's stellar performance.

Truly, it was a sight to behold. Not unlike these last lip-sync battles:

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Jimmy Fallon is off and running as host of The Tonight Show.

On his opening night, the comedian brought out such stars as Robert DeNiro, Mike Tyson and, well, Kim Kardashian.

Then, Kristen Wiig stopped by, doing her best to impersonate Harry Styles while sitting opposite the new host.

On Thursday, meanwhile, Fallon pulled out a First. A First Lady, that is, as Michelle Obama was a terrific sport in appearing with Fallon and Will Ferrell for a segment on Ew!, Fallon's SNL teen girl talk show.

Watch Obama mug for the camera, plug kale chips and then dance with her fellow stars now. Fun stuff:

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A day after Jimmy Fallon debuted as host of The Tonight Show, the comedian settled in to his new role and welcomed Kristen Wiig as a guest on Tuesday.

Sort of.

The former SNL cast member actually came out dressed like Harry Styles, which was hilarious in and of itself... but it was then made funnier by the fact that Wiig clearly knew NOTHING about the One Direction hottie.

Including the fact that he's, you know, British.

Watch Wiig attempt to answer questions now, and then actually do a karaoke version of "What Makes You Beautiful."

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Jimmy Fallon debuted as host of The Tonight Show last night, bringing the iconic program back to New York City and coming across as especially earned throughout the evening.

"I just want to do well," he told the audience at point. "If you guys let me stick around long enough, maybe I'll get the hang of it."

The comedian joked during his monologue that a friend bet him he'd never make it to The Tonight Show, prompting Robert DeNiro to come through the curtain and hand him $100.

This was the start of a LONG list of A-list guest stars that included Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, Seth Rogan, Lindsay Lohan, Mariah Carey, Joan Rivers, Tracey Morgan and Mike Tyson.

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Jimmy Fallon is having nightmares about leaving Late Night for the Tonight Show, which he will do this year, and who better to help with that than the Full House cast.

In a skit on last night's show, Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and Uncles Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier) visited the anxious, insomniac host.

As Jimmy tosses and turns in bed (what looks like Michelle Tanner's old bed, in fact) calling out "Dad, Dad," the trio appears and the hair jokes follow:

All kidding aside, there's a life lesson in all of this. Not unlike so many we learned over the years from Danny, Jesse and Joey in their child-rearing heyday.

"I guess I'll just miss Late Night. I've been doing this for five years," Fallon says. "There have been so many special moments and so many great musical guests."

But, as Danny reminds him, it's okay. It's normal to feel sad. But think about it this way: He can make new, special memories at The Tonight Show, too.

Then they all sing the Teddy Bear song, and all is right with the world.

For more from the venerable Full House trio ... tune into the Super Bowl this Sunday night! They're going to be in an ad together, which you can watch below:

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Justin Bieber may have been arrested for DUI yesterday, but can we please take a moment to acknowledge the real victims here.

That's what Jimmy Kimmel last night, reading a few Tweets from Beliebers on air and taking note of one that didn't wish to "disrespect" the situation, but, well...

"Now even criminals in jail get to meet Justin, while we're still here," one heartbroken wrote.

To which Kimmel hilariously replied: "No one's talking about the real victims here: the people who aren't in jail meeting Justin Bieber."

Oh yes, as you might expect, Bieber's arrest, Bieber's court hearing and Bieber's mug shot were all prime material for late-night talk show hosts across the dial. Check out their quips, barbs and general mockery now:

Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Justin Bieber Arrest, Tweets
Jimmy Kimmel goes to town here on the Justin Bieber scandal. Watch him make fun of a few choices fan Tweets now.

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Jimmy Fallon will kick off his stint as host of The Tonight Show with one of the world's biggest movie stars and one of its most popular music acts.

The comedian - who teamed with Bruce Springsteen last week to mock Chris Christie's bridge scandal - announced yesterday that Will Smith and U2 will be featured on his February 17 debut.

  • Jimmy Fallon in a Tux
  • Will Smith Shot

NBC will replace Jay Leno with Fallon at midnight following the Winter Olympics.

He will then slide into his regular time slot a week later, with Seth Meyers taking over Late Night.

At least we assume this will happen. It's the plan. But you really never know when it comes to NBC, talk shows and Leno.

Are you excited for Fallon to host The Tonight Show?

 

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Forget all the flak he's taking from the press. And from voters. And from political opponents who think this could spell the end of his 2016 Presidential election bid.

THIS has to hurt the most for Chris Christie.

On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the governor's very own musical hero joined the show's host on stage for a reworked version of "Born to Run," one that skewered Christie for his role in Bridgegate.

Yes, even Bruce Springsteen is now piling on in light of a scandal that involves Christie's subordinates purposely causing a major traffic jam for residents of Fort Lee, New Jersy because the mayor of that city didn't support Christie.

Causing kids to be late for school and thousands of people to be late for work? Not funny. The lyrics and presentation of the following parody? Totally hilarious.

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