TIME Late Night Highlight

Watch: Taylor Swift Nerds Out With Jimmy Fallon

Swift plays a 13-year-old with a Band-Aid collection

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Taylor Swift went on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night and did not hold back, unleashing her inner nerd during one of Fallon’s signature sketches.

Fallon plays sassy pre-teen Sara (with no “h”), who hosts the segment “Ew.” Swift plays his guest, 13-year-old Natalie, who has a Band-Aid collection. This was far from Swift’s first time showing off her nerdy side, as evidenced by her music video for “You Belong With Me.”

The music superstar is set to perform at the Video Music Awards on Sunday, Aug. 24.

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Will Arnett Kicks Pinatas on The Tonight Show

Something Will Arnett would probably do anyway

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Will Arnett appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday and played a new game called Karate Pinata. The game involves a revolving mobile of pinatas, and, like in the traditional game, Arnett was blindfolded. Kicking and flailing, Arnett had to try to break as many of the moving pinatas as he could.

Arnett is starring in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie out Friday. He plays April’s (Megan Fox) cameraman and nemesis, Vernon Fenwick.

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Watch Jimmy Kimmel Challenge Kim Kardashian to a Diaper-Changing Contest

"Cue the western showdown music"

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Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian appeared as a guest Monday on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and revealed an unlikely obsession: changing diapers. The natural response? A diaper changing contest, of course.

Kardashian, the recent mother of the famed baby North West, and Kimmel, a father of three, faced off with diapers and dolls in a race against time to see who could change the most diapers. See who took home the trophy—the results may surprise you.

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Watch Kate Hudson and Zach Braff Play ‘Plead the Fifth’

Andy Cohen played his signature ‘Plead the Fifth game with Zach Braff and Kate Hudson. And things got a little awkward.

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When Kate Hudson and her Wish I Was Here co-star Zach Braff visited Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night, host Andy Cohen invited them to join in a round of “Plead The Fifth.”

Cohen asked the actress if she had ever “taken a dip in the lady pond,” to which Hudson responded coyly. She asked the late night host how deep a “dip” was.

Braff and Hudson were on the program to promote their new film, which was released July 18th. The film was funded by donations made on the site Kickstarter.

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Vin Diesel Shows Jimmy Fallon His Breakdancing Moves

Vin Diesel shows Fallon how he and his brother used to make a little side cash

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Before he got famous, Vin Diesel and his brother were already in the entertainment business — not as actors, but as breakdancers.

Naturally, during last night’s Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon convinced him to demonstrate a few of his moves. And Diesel obliged, despite wearing dress pants.

Diesel appeared on the show to promote his upcoming movie Guardians of the Galaxy, due in theaters Friday.

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Watch James Franco Teach Jimmy Fallon How to Take Selfies With Fans

Wear shades and a baseball cap, basically

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Late night host Jimmy Fallon teased actor James Franco on The Tonight Show Monday for taking selfies with fans wearing huge sunglasses and not smiling.

“I’m going to show you why,” said Franco. It turns out, Franco said, most people don’t know how to take a good selfie. But if you put sunglasses on, and a hat on, and you make a stone-like face… “Then you’re going to look good from any angle!”

The 36-year-old actor just wrapped up performances of Broadway show Of Mice and Men, which set a box office record by earning more than a million dollars last week.

 

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Morgan Freeman Inhales Helium With Jimmy Fallon

The actor conducted his interview in a much higher pitch than usual

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Jimmy Fallon was up to his usual antics on The Tonight Show Thursday, convincing his guest Morgan Freeman to suck air out of a helium balloon and make his famously stoic voice high and squeaky.

Freeman was on the show to promote his upcoming film Lucy, but the late night host brought up an episode of the actor’s Discovery Channel show Through The Wormhole where he had sucked helium out of a balloon.

The actor has a fascination with scientific questions, as evidenced by both projects. While Lucy asks what would happen if a human used 100% of their brain, Through The Wormhole explores space mysteries such as the possible existence of non-human lifeforms in the universe.

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See Which Foods Jimmy Kimmel Can’t Cook

The late night host attempted to show off his eggs for the world class chef.

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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night, where the late night host attempted to show off his cooking skills to the world-famous chef.

Despite his efforts, Ramsay was far from impressed, tossing Kimmel’s failed scrambled eggs on the floor of the set in a profanity-laced moment.

Given that Kimmel has three children, including newborn Jane, born on July 10, it could be assumed that he would be experienced in basic cooking. But according to the chef, this was not the case.

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Watch: Dwayne Johnson And Jimmy Fallon Sweat It Out ’80s Style

The late night host and the actor broke out the shake weights for a hilarious fitness video skit

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The Tonight Show had a bit of an 80s workout makeover when Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and host Jimmy Fallon dressed up like a fake, albeit colorful, workout duo.

“About a year ago I found this old VHS tape that had a bunch of clips of this fitness duo called The Fungo Brothers,” Johnson said of his secret workout weapon.

Johnson was promoting his latest movie, Hercules, out Friday.

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Watch: Zach Braff Went Extra Mile to Fund Movie on Kickstarter

The actor revealed how he thanked his crowdfunding supporters

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Actor Zach Braff went on Late Night with host Seth Meyers Monday to talk about his new movie, Wish I Was Here, which was funded by fans through Kickstarter.

With the help of about 47,000 supporters from around the world, Braff was able to write and direct the film with his brother. To thank those who funded the project, Braff said that he decided to leave personal messages on his fans’ voicemail.

But some requests were a bit odd, Braff said.

“This one guy was a dentist and wanted me to read a greeting for people in his waiting room,” Braff said. “So I did it! Welcome to Dr. Shapiro’s office! Hi I’m Zach Braff, please turn off your cellphone!”

Wish I Was Here opened in theaters July 18.

 

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