If perhaps SNL seemed to be sleeping on the job with its two-hosts-per-month in 2017, they had good reason. Not only have the final four hosts been announced, including Jimmy Fallon, Melissa McCarthy and The Rock, but shows will air live across the country for the first time in history.
Few would suggest current SNL Weekend Update team Colin Jost and Michael Che as the segment’s peak, likely putting past pairs like Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon higher on the list. The two even made an unexpected return to the desk this weekend, but not exactly as we remember them.
I think that it's fair to say that Jimmy Fallon has become the goofiest of the new crop of late night TV hosts, and he certainly seems to be having the most fun.
He's got an ongoing series where artists rock out to some of their biggest hits with only classroom instruments for backup (think toy xylophones, kazoos, and plastic maracas).
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to late-night TV on Wednesday and gave perhaps his most specific estimate, to date, of when he might announce he's running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
I love when we get a chance to see a big celebrity let their hair down and have some fun. I also like how late night talk shows have gotten a lot more informal (I don't think we'd ever see Johnny Carson do something like this). So, Madonna joined Jimmy Fallon, along with his band, The Roots, with a bunch of classroom instruments (a toy xylophone, cheap whistle, etc), and they rocked out to her cla