All hail Paul Rudd, lip-syncing king.
The age-defying actor proved he had the chops to defeat consummate showman Jimmy Fallon during a lip-syncing competition last night on the Tonight Show.
The game, which featured both men taking turns at the unplugged microphone, ended after only three songs. Rudd became very animated for his first song choice, Tina Turner’s Good To Me, which Fallon then countered with a performance of Foreigner’s Juke Box Hero.
It was all over after Rudd lip-synced to Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now, where he looked possessed by the ghost of Freddie Mercury. Oh yeah, this guy takes lip-syncing VERY seriously.
Have a look:
It’s not the first time Jimmy Fallon has shown Brian Williams rapping on his late night show – but it was arguably the funniest.
Through the help of some mad editing skills, which spliced dozens and dozens of news clips together, the NBC Nightly News anchor appeared to rap the hip hop classic Rapper’s Delight by The Sugarhill Gang.
What’s even more impressive is that Williams’ distinguished colleague Lester Holt joined in for a verse near the end.
It’s 1:35 of editing magic on The Tonight Show.
Have a listen here:
Orange Is The New Black fans, your binge-watching start date has been set.
Netflix has announced the buzzed-about prison drama’s second season will drop June 6 – and as a little extra bonus – released a 15-second teaser to give us a glimpse of what’s to come.
Just like other Netflix original programs, such as House of Cards, all 13 episodes of the second season will be available for streaming on June 6.
Have a look at the at the teaser here:
If you miss watching Fred Armisen on late-night TV, you’re in luck.
The former Saturday Night Live comedian and current star of Portlandia has been named the new bandleader of Late Night with Seth Meyers.
His buddy, Meyers, made the announcement over Twitter Monday, posting a photo of the five-member 8G Band, featuring Armisen holding a guitar.
“Fred will curate and lead the band, and continue to run it even when he’s off shooting Portlandia,” Meyers tweeted.
The hire seems like a good fit for Meyers’ show. The two are old buddies from their SNL days (Meyers has said Armisen is one of the funniest people he knows, so back-and-forth banter should be funny) and Armisen has some legitimate indie music cred to boot.
He plays multiple instruments and was the drummer of the punk band Trenchmouth and his talent for songwriting and rock and roll showmanship really came into focus when he played Ian Rubbish, a Johnny Rotten-esque character on SNL .
See Armisen on Late Night with Seth Meyers five nights a week, starting February 24.
With Game of Thrones episodes on the horizon, HBO has released a slew of new pictures from Season 4 to tide us over.
It’s hard to believe there are any characters left to photograph after that Red Wedding, but it seems surviving members of Westeros and Essos have dusted themselves off to head into new danger – and probably into rooms full of naked women.
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s ahead:
Season 4 of Game of Thrones premieres April 6 on HBO.
Click on this link to view all 15 on the HBO site.