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>> jimmy: hey, everybody! that's what i'm talking about! how are you doing? thank you for being here. welcome. [ applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. hey -- hey, guys, it turns out saddam hussein is back in the news. let me explain. yeah. apparently a bronze butt that broke off a statue of saddam hussein is going up for auction later this month. [ light laughter ] if you want to find it on ebay, just search for an a-hole's a-hole. [ laughter ] and then, you -- it will come right up. you could just -- [ cheers and applause ] maybe don't do that. you guys see this? yesterday the ceo of citigroup said that that he can understand why all these occupy wall street protesters are so frustrated. yeah. in fact, he felt so bad for them, he gave himself a $10 million sympathy bonus. [ laughter ] see, he feels real bad. yeah, he's really upset. listen to this, you guys.
the white house is apparently pushing to create more latino themed landmarks. [ cheers ] now that's in addition to our current latino themed landmark, california. [ laughter ] that's in addition -- that's in addition to that, so -- [ applause ] you guys, i read that government officials are trying to force cereals to get rid of cartoon mascots because they target children. which explains why the new slogan for trix's cereal is -- "silly rabbit, trix are for moderate consumption by a responsible adult figures." [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] this is cool. the bronx zoo has a new halloween exhibit that features rare bugs and rodents. they're all indigenous to the same exotic location -- the dumpster outside a new york chinese restaurant. oh, i know those. [ laughter ] yeah. happy halloween. some movie news. 20th century fox will release the fifth "die hard" movie in 2013.
[ scattered cheers ] you can tell bruce willis is getting older by the movie's title. "die hard, but if it's still hard after four hours, call your doctor." [ laughter ] just to let you know -- [ cheers and applause ] this is interesting, a new study found that meerkats can recognize each other's voices. which explains the meerkat mating call. "hey, it's me." [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] and finally, a church in massachusetts -- this is a crazy story. a church in massachusetts just released a new calendar featuring naked men in their 70s and 80s. [ audience ews ] it's weird. i saw -- i saw one guy posing for march. but his testicles were down in november. and it was just like, oh, that's too much. we have a great show tonight, you guys. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: oh, wow! we-wow, we-wow. we have a great show tonight. he is an actor, a comedian, a director. he does it all. cedric the entertainer is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's always funny, that guy. also here tonight, the very talented actress, singer and dancer from "dancing with the stars," and the new movie, "footloose." julianne hough is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's great in the movie. plus, our resident tech expert, joshua topolsky is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's got the new iphone. the new iphone 4s. he's going to show it to us. that should be really cool. i heard you can talk to it, and it talks back to you. >> steve: yeah, it was sue-ree. >> jimmy: suri? >> steve: suri. >> jimmy: suri. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, you talk to it and you like -- "go get me a latte." [ light laughter ] and jeff's like, "no." >> steve: no. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. totally. >> steve: i'll be right back. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: jiggly, jiggly. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: these guys -- i'm so excited they're here.
the legendary rock band, the moody blues is here tonight! come on! [ cheers and applause ] "go now." "nights in white satin." "wildest dreams." i love those. [ singing off key ] ♪ [ rhythmic clapping ] hey, anyone that knows me knows that i'm a people person. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and i'm also a big animal lover. >> steve: true, yes. >> jimmy: the one thing i've noticed is that people and animals are very different in a lot of ways. >> steve: wait, what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. that's right. in fact, they can often be in the exact same setting and be thinking two totally different things. what kind of things? let's find out in a segment we call "animal thoughts." ♪ ♪ animals animals animals animal thoughts ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys, i'm going to let you in on a little secret.
i'm basically, i'm a mind reader. [ light laughter ] i can tell what people and animals are thinking just by looking at the way they interact with each other. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: like for example, take a look at this. here's a nice picture of a woman giving her little dog a smooch. isn't that cute? >> steve: aww. >> jimmy: and i can tell, just by looking at the woman, that she's thinking, "you have no idea how much i love kissing." [ laughter ] the dog's thinking something very different. he's thinking, "you have no idea where my tongue's just been." [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: i mean, just two different things, same setting. here's another example. the guy waiting by the elevator while a monkey presses the button. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: typical office scene. [ laughter ] the guy is thinking, "cool, a monkey." and the monkey is thinking, "great, now i have to make small talk with this idiot." [ laughter ] it's the elevator ride. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: let's keep going here. here's a woman throwing a lavish birthday party for her dog. she really went all out. she's thinking, "happy 17 birthday, max!"
while the dog's thinking, "why won't i die?" [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: you can tell with the hat on under the -- [ laughter ] >> steve: and what was his name? george? what was the dog's name? >> jimmy: i forget. i have to think while i'm in the moment. >> steve: have you thought about going to the government with this? because this is a skill. >> jimmy: yeah, that's true. >> steve: we should talk to somebody. >> jimmy: let's move on. here's a guy hiking in the mountains with a llama. he looks happy. he's thinking -- ♪ rama lama lama lama lama ding dong rama lama lama lama lama ding ♪ and the llama's thinking, "he's been doing this for the past six hours!" [ laughter ] very annoying. next, we have a guy showing off a swordfish he put up on the wall. he's thinking, "if this fish was any lower, it would block the wall pattern." well, the fish is thinking, "if this guy's pants were any higher, i'd be wearing them." [ laughter ] sarcastic. >> steve: yeah, sarcastic swordfish. >> jimmy: sarcasm swordfish. [ applause ] >> steve: sharky. i love it. >> jimmy: sarcasm swordfish? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: so good. it's a living!
[ light laughter ] here's a nice one here. it's a girl on the beach blowing a gentle kiss to her little crustacean friend. she's thinking, "time to go back to where you came from little crab." and the crab's thinking, "what's the quickest way back to your boyfriend's groin?" [ audience oohs ] >> steve: ew. >> jimmy: they're thinking two different things. [ applause ] she's thinking one thing. he's thinking the other thing. >> steve: does it hit you like a wave? >> jimmy: yep. check out this next one here. this guy's posing with his dog. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's just a great picture! wow. i'm going to make that one a thank you card. >> jimmy: why is it so great, though? it's just a picture. [ laughter ] >> steve: why is that -- okay, tell me. >> jimmy: all right. let me try to focus. so, this is a great picture here. nice portrait there. [ light laughter ] nice portrait there. >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah.
so, the dog -- [ laughter ] -- the dog's thinking, "i'm a white maltese." and the guy's thinking, "i'm a gay spock." i mean, those are two different -- >> steve: two different things. >> jimmy: there's two different things. >> steve: like the wallpaper, the french -- the dog's wearing, like, a french -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's wearing -- the guy's wearing a dickie and a sweater. >> steve: yeah, exactly. what could be more -- was that from a book? >> jimmy: i just -- oh, i don't know. >> steve: i don't know. you don't know where they come from. >> jimmy: here's another picture. it's a guy and his dog hanging out in the living room together, having fun. this guy is thinking, "he loves popcorn as much as i do." and the dog's thinking, "so this is what hard core depression feels like." [ laughter ] i'm going to sit on the floor. and then, i'll move you on top of me, 400 pound dog. and then, eat popcorn. >> steve: there's a lot of love in the world. >> jimmy: yeah. let's move on. this is a female diver swimming with a large squid. she's thinking, "look, a giant squid!" and the squid's thinking, "actually, i'm just a severed
whale penis." [ laughter ] common mistake. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: here's the last one here. this is a guy and his dog -- [ audience oohs ] -- trying to cool off in the pool. [ laughter ] trying to cool off a little bit in the pool. >> steve: stay cool. >> jimmy: yup. >> steve: you got to stay cool. >> jimmy: this dog is thinking, "i would love a bone right now." [ laughter ] well -- the guy's thinking, "careful what you wish for, rusty!" [ laughter ] that's all the "animal thoughts" we have. stick around. we'll be right back with a brand new game called "ready, set, flow." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] what if we told you that cadillac borrowed technology from ferrari to develop its suspension system? or what if we told you that ferrari borrowed technology
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>> jimmy: welcome back. thank you for watching our show. as you guys know, we love games on our show. and we love hip hop. so, we decided to put them both together in a new game. it is time for "ready, set, flow!" ♪ ♪ ready set flow ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right. it's time for "ready, set, flow." this is the game where we put three emcees on the spot and make them freestyle using words generated by rhyme wave, the word generating robot. [ light laughter ] hello, rhyme wave. >> hello, jimmy. hip-hop, you don't stop. >> jimmy: thank you, rhyme wave. now, after rhyme wave gives them three words, our rappers will have 30 seconds to use all three in a freestyle flow. at the end our audience will decide who did it best. first, put your hands together for tonight's three emcees. come on over! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey buddy. >> hey. >> jimmy: nice to see you, buddy. >> hey. how you doing? >> jimmy: nice to see you. how are you, buddy? how are you doing? what is your name and where are
you from? >> my name is teddy, and i'm from mamaroneck, new york. >> jimmy: good man, teddy. welcome to the show. what's your name, and where are your from? >> my name is william, and i'm from trenton, new jersey. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: good man. all right. >> i'm vinny from staten island. >> jimmy: very good, vinny from staten island. very good, very good. awesome, guys. thank you for playing this. now rhyme wave is going to give you an object, a place and a name. and when you're ready to start, he'll count you in by saying, "three, two, one, flow." let me show you how it works. rhyme wave, can you give me an object, a place and a name? >> calculating. [ robotic sounds ] ♪ library card. new mexico. reba mcentire. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. we've got library card, new mexico, and reba mcentire. rhyme wave, give us an example of how that might work. >> sure. example. three, two, one, flow. ♪ ♪ i wouldn't have to try very hard to make you shuck it out like a library card ♪ ♪ cause what we do we freak we don't just act
in charge ♪ ♪ yo andale, andale on reba mcentire ♪ ♪ go get gas at texaco we take a trip down to albuquerque, new mexico ♪ ♪ to see a country western show, late night with jimmy fallon rhyme wave ♪ ♪ fallon on full master flow ♪ >> jimmy: that's what he does, right there. [ cheers and applause ] it's like that. it's like that. thank you, rhyme wave. that's great. now remember, guys, this is not a race to use all three words. you'll have the full 30 seconds, and our audience will be judging based on creativity. and you got to hit those words. okay? but, if you do finish before time is up, let us know by just dropping the mic. [ light laughter ] since you're closest to me, you'll be going first. you guys go stand over there for a sec. do you have an emcee name? >> my name is roosevelt. >> jimmy: roosevelt. very, very good. all right, roosevelt. good name. [ cheers and applause ] all right, roosevelt. rhyme wave, can you give roosevelt three words? >> calculating. [ robotic sounds ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bee boop. ♪ there you go. [ laughter ] >> barbie doll.
france. charlie sheen. >> jimmy: okay, thank you. so, your words are barbie doll, france, and charlie sheen. you got it? >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: all right. very, very good. you want to grab your mic. you're number one. there you go. rhyme wave, get them started. good luck. >> yo. >> three, two, one, flow. >> okay, okay. ♪ i'll rap obnoxiously how you going to talk to me and i always stay winning like charlie sheen ♪ ♪ i'm the man you know i got the power and your girl says it looks like the eiffel tower ♪ ♪ but me i'm starting off and i'm sparking raw e and i got chicks who be looking like a barbie doll ♪ ♪ but it's so fast i hit the brake pedal and i don't like these words ♪ ♪ i should have went to jay leno ♪ [ audience ohs ] ♪ but it's just me my freestyle is free hey, yo, go to france ♪ ♪ i'm going to fly all week ♪ [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: very good. rhyme wave, how do you think he did there? >> fresh. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: all right, very good. all right. go over there, roosevelt. thank you very much, my man. let's bring up our second emcee. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] hey, my man. >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: all right. you saw what he did. now it's your turn. okay, do you have an emcee name? >> no, just will. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, you just go by will. okay, good. grab your mic. you're number two, right there. okay. rhyme wave, this is will. what is will's three words? >> calculating. [ robotic sounds ] ♪ [ laughter ] ice cream. dmv. spongebob squarepants. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. so, your words are ice cream,
dmv, and spongebob squarepants. you got it, will? >> i'm going to try my best. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, all right. i hope so. all right. rhyme wave, get him started, will you? >> three, two, one, flow. ♪ ♪ yeah sitting at the dmv about to see what's up with bum-stizzy ♪ ♪ about to get down and try to get with a little bit of ice crizzy or or cream ♪ ♪ get it down with the flow i got spongebob and you don't even know ♪ ♪ we about to i just spit it out my mouth and i don't even care if you don't got the clout ♪ ♪ so, out [ cheers ] >> jimmy: all right, all right. good. [ cheers and applause ] you don't have to drop the mic. you know, you can hold it. you can hold it. >> oh, oh. >> jimmy: you can hand it off. whatever you want, dude. yeah. i'm not going to drop it. that would look weird. [ laughter ] i don't do that. take care. okay. [ laughter ] we got one more to go. come on over, buddy.
let's see. this is the last emcee. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] all right. here we go. you've seen the competition. now it's up to you. okay, you can go for the win right here. do you have an emcee name? >> vicci. >> jimmy: vicci? >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: very good. all right. very good. rhyme wave, emcee vechi, can you give him his three words, please? >> calculating. [ robotic sounds ] ♪ [ laughter ] flat screen. heaven. snooki. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. very good. your words are flat screen, heaven, and snooki. okay, you got this? >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: all right, pick up mic number three. that will be you. rhyme wave, why don't you get him started, will you? >> three, two, one, flow. ♪ ♪ this is nbc not 11 hard to tell this ain't hell i might go right to heaven ♪ ♪ i got a bad chick yeah, she's got a tooshie my name is vinny ♪ ♪ and my girlfriend's name is snooki
matter fact, a colored girl yeah, i said a black queen ♪ ♪ put her on the wall and now you talking about a flat screen ♪ ♪ they said vinny, yeah i just said venny wailin you ain't get the memo this ain't leno ♪ ♪ this is jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] whoa. that's what i'm talking about, my man. all right. time to pick a winner. why don't you guys come over here right now? ♪ all right. very, very good job, all three of you guys. but, our audience is going to decide who won. was it roosevelt? [ cheers ] was it will? [ cheers ] was it vechi? [ cheers and applause ] we have a winner. vechi, emcee. vechi, right there! ♪ that's great, my man. as our winner today, you'll be
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a talented actor and hilarious comedian. he's hosting the "soul train awards" next month and he's directed his movie, called "dance fu," which is out on dvd right now. give it up for my man, cedric the entertainer. ♪ >> soul train, the hippest trip in america. 60 nonstop minutes across the tracks of your mind into the
exciting world of soul. with guest stars -- cedric the entertainer. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming on the show. welcome, welcome, welcome. >> jimmy o'fallon. >> jimmy: o'fuellan, yeah. >> jimmy o'fallon, man. i'll give you a "o" now. >> jimmy: that's good, right? >> yeah, cause oprah's is gone. you need a "o." you need the "o." >> jimmy: yeah, jimmy o'fallon. i'll take it. >> jimmy o'fallon. >> jimmy: that's good. it's very irish. >> yeah, well, you know -- i like that dude who won, jimmy. >> jimmy: he was pretty good, right? >> he was dead serious, though. did you see how he was looking at -- like, when he won, he was like, "no doubt. it's real rap." you know? [ laughter ] real talk on the "late night" show though, you know i mean? real rap, son. that's how i do it. you know i mean? >> jimmy: they don't lie, they don't smile. >> yeah, you was like, "congratulations." he was like, "no doubt, jim. no doubt." >> jimmy: yeah, whatever. yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] "you called me in for a job, i did the job." >> "yeah. no, i did what i did, you know i mean? yeah." [ laughter ] for real. for real, this my deal, though. i'm on all late night shows -- i'm just merkin em. killin em." [ laughter ] all late night." >> jimmy: yeah. >> "killin every one." >> jimmy: he's just killin everyone. >> "it's what i do, son."
>> jimmy: he was great. -- so, i was like, "oh it's cool." that was the first time i ever did that. >> that was fun. that was fun. >> jimmy: i can't do that. i can't freestyle. i'm the worst. >> no, i'm -- me either. i can't do that. you know --- and three words, that was a challenge like, "ice cream" and -- >> jimmy: "spongebob." >> "spongebob." come on -- i can't rap anything with "spongebob." >> jimmy: he did it though, man. i don't know how he did it but he did. >> yeah, my man was cold. yeah, he -- >> jimmy: our guy in the middle just kind of threw the words in there. >> well, he said "sponge-bizzie. he was cold. like, you didn't listen to him. you didn't listen to him. like, he had cold stuff. he was like, "with sponge-bizzie -- [ laughter ] we could drizzle." >> jimmy: the "ice-crizzie." yeah. >> and they didn't even check it off. i was like, "dude, he said spongebob!" >> jimmy: oh, come on! he did not -- >> my man, you had three. you got -- >> jimmy: that's -- no, he did not. >> he did, he did -- early, he was like -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: "get some ice-crizzie." >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, come on! he barely said it. >> "the shower with sponge-bizzie." what? that was hot, that was hot. >> jimmy: yeah, that was good. it was good. so, i got to listen to it back. that's why you got tivo. "bleep, blop, blop." >> exactly. >> jimmy: exactly. "soul train awards." >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're hosting? so, that's going to be awesome. >> that's going to be awesome.
man, you know, it's the 40th anniversary of "soul train." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] >> see? >> jimmy: i love "soul train." >> see? you? >> jimmy: i did because i -- i liked -- i liked don cornelius. >> right. >> jimmy: he had a very deep voice. >> don cornelius had the best -- he was the -- like the best/worst interviewer ever cause he never really asked a question. it was a statement. like, "so you're on tour." [ laughter ] "oh, yeah -- yeah, yeah, i'm on tour right now." >> jimmy: "yeah, yeah. thank you." >> the album selling. >> jimmy: yes, yes, we are -- were at number one on the charts, thank you, don. >> i love that show, man. like the scramble board. did you do that? >> jimmy: oh, i remember the scramble board. >> the scramble board is where they would bring dancers in the middle of the show. it was like a spelling bee, out of nowhere. you had to realize what artists -- and they would put up names and you had to guess who it was. and it was hard. i mean, you know, sometimes easy. like o'jay's, okay -- >> jimmy: yep. >> p-funk -- >> jimmy: yeah -- >> but if ever they asked you about parliament funkadelic or,
you know, shalamar, you could miss a letter, you know what i mean? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: shalamar, all mixed up. yeah, yeah, yeah. it was a quiz, it was a quiz, yeah. >> where's the "s-h"? what the -- it's a silent "p." >> jimmy: there is a silent "p" but they're honoring earth, wind and fire and gladys knight. >> yes. >> jimmy: on the show. oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes indeed. >> jimmy: that's going to be -- >> that's big time, big time, all, you know, great artists. i love, you know -- love both of them, you know? >> jimmy: no pips? >> the pips -- they didn't really -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no one called the pips? >> the pips is going to occupy the whole thing. they just going to come there and occupy the whole night. "i'm in the pips," you know? i don't know what happened to the pips. they didn't give me any props, you know? >> jimmy: no love for the pips at all, no, no, no. >> they will do a pip-off or, like, "pip idol," or something like that, where you -- >> jimmy: get new pips? >> yeah, new pips -- >> jimmy: like, menudo. yeah, every ten years, they replace a pip. >> and i'll be simon. i'll be all mean to them, you know? [ laughter ] [ british accent ] "what do you call that?! that's not dancing! that's not dancing!" [ british accent ] >> jimmy: "you call yourself a pip?" >> "please. really?" >> jimmy: "more like a poop. [ laughter ] i don't like that." >> "i don't like --" >> jimmy: yeah, it's going to be super fun times. talk about "dance fu."
>> it's my -- my first time directing, man. >> jimmy: yeah, just look. i mean, gosh, that's kel, right? >> that's kel mitchell. katerina graham, from "vampire diaries." i got affion crockett in the movie, tommy davidson in the movie. >> jimmy: oh, i love tommy davidson. gosh, he's so good. >> i make a little cameo as a homicide detective that's afraid of dead bodies, you know, so -- [ laughter ] but it's a crazy, quirky comedy about -- about a dancer who has to avenge his uncle's death and he realizes he can't fight unless he hears music. so, he learns the art of "dance fu." >> jimmy: i like that. that's a good -- it's fun. we have clip of cedric the entertainer in "dance-fu." check this out. >> "law and order" does not a detective make. say it with me. "law and order" -- >> "law and order" -- >> does not -- >> does not -- >> a detective make. just because you watch "law and order" don't mean you know what i do, all right? see, this is a black man over 40. look at it. there's so many reasons why he could have died, you know what i'm sayin? there's hypertension, maybe it was a heart attack, maybe it was dandruff.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest this evening from her winning seasons on "dancing with the stars." a successful career as a recording artist. starting tomorrow in theaters everywhere tomorrow, you'll see her on the big screen in the new movie "footloose." please welcome, such a talented young lady, julianne hough, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy, i'm so excited. >> jimmy: so happy you're here. >> i'm so excited. this is my favorite late night
show. >> jimmy: thank you for saying that. i appreciate that. i got to say, i loved "footloose." it was so good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it was like -- you know, i know the original "footloose." so i'm like, what are they going to do? and then i watched this and it's just so much fun all the way through. you're fantastic in it. like -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: -- you're so great. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: it makes you want to learn how to dance. when i was watching, i was like oh my gosh, i wish knew how to dance. >> well, i saw you busting a move when i came out. so, it's all good. >> jimmy: no, i was just doing like this. yeah -- [ laughter ] i kind of what i do at weddings, you know what i'm saying? can you not help dancing? it's just your genes, in your blood? >> it kind of is. it kind of is. i've got -- you know, my grandparents were dancers, my mom and dad. they met, a ballroom team in college. >> jimmy: is that right? >> it's kind of just in my family. >> jimmy: and just got everyone dancing. >> yes. >> jimmy: i know you were in, like was it a singing group, or what was it? >> oh goodness. >> jimmy: yeah, look at this. >> is that white lightning right there? >> jimmy: the name of this band is white lightning. [ laughter ] look at this little girl right there. that's pretty cute right there.
>> yeah, that's me. >> jimmy: now, where is this -- >> that's my brother by the way. >> jimmy: there he is right there. oh, my god. he's going to kill you for this. white lightning. >> see, we were already wearing gold spandex at that young age, so -- >> jimmy: at that young age, yeah. what happened? like just mom and dad just said we should go -- did you perform at like -- >> yeah, we would sing, we would dance, we would you know, play instruments. we were like the blond osmonds, you know, growing up in utah at that time. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> i mean, there, i was probably six, maybe. yeah. >> jimmy: wow. you've been doing it a long time because -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: -- right now you're only 20 -- >> 23. >> jimmy: 23 years old. gosh. oh my gosh. so, you've been doing it your whole life. >> my whole life, yeah. but i love my family. i mean they're the biggest supporters ever. and it's hard to keep track of us sometimes because there's quite a bit. there's like five kids and then there's nine step kids and then i think there's like 15 nieces? i don't know. maybe in like the next -- >> jimmy: they're in one of the scenes of "footloose," right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's like the crowd scene where there's 400 people, they're all your family. >> yeah. spot the blonds. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> spot the blonds. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but, they're amazing. in fact, you know, it was my mom, my three sisters in the cowboy line dancing scene. and we like to say it was like
four and a half people, though, because she was four and a half months pregnant with her sixth child, my oldest sister, so -- >> jimmy: sixth child. >> yeah. and she named him quaid, because dennis quaid is the preacher in the movie. >> jimmy: dennis quaid is in the movie. he's great. oh, i love him. >> kind of hippie like that. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. got all hippie names for her kids? >> oh yeah, paris, willow, sky, star, bronson, quaid. >> jimmy: star was name after star jones. >> oh yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's not in the movie, however. but, you -- i've got to say "footloose" came around, -- they picked you. i know you from "dancing with the stars." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and dancing. but, who knew you could act? you can act. >> well, thank you so much. >> jimmy: you're great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i think this is going to be a major, a major thing for you. i'm excited about this. cause it's like -- to get you on right before it happens, i'm telling you guys, you're going to fall in love with her on the screen. >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: you really are great. [ cheers ] >> you are like the nicest ever. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really, really, really, really great. i'm so happy that you did this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we actually have a clip of the movie "footloose." here's julianne hough. check this out. ♪
♪ >> what, you can't keep up? >> you can put on a show for that guy. it doesn't mean i'm gone. ♪ >> attention, attention. will you please come up to the front of the stands? your daddy is here for you. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: it's really fun. [ applause ] it's like -- it puts you in such a good mood. it's so good. it's like "grease." it's like -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: -- it's just so fun. you guys are going to love this movie. go check it out. julianne hough stars in "footloose" in theaters tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] you got to check it out. joshua topolsky joins us next. he's hanging out in the bud light lime greenroom. hey, josh! ♪ [ ch app a batman: arkham city bundle,
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>> oh. >> jimmy: now, joshua, you -- >> that is smooth. >> jimmy: yeah, that was smooth. now, you're -- you're in -- currently in the movie "footloose." >> i am and -- [ laughter ] i am the lead male -- the male lead of that. i do a little dancing. ♪ i'm the kevin bacon character. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, exactly. but your legs are cgi'ed in the whole movie. >> that is true. it's all -- it's all cgi from the waist down. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> it's quite impressive. >> jimmy: yeah -- good for you. >> yes, it is good for me. >> jimmy: what did you bring for us this evening? >> so, i don't know if you know this but apple has a new phone -- >> jimmy: i'm very excited. please. >> -- the iphone 4s. [ cheers and applause ] looks a little bit -- [ cheers ] looks a little bit like that. >> jimmy: wow. >> looks a little bit familiar. you may have seen this -- >> jimmy: it looks exactly like the iphone 4. >> it looks like -- >> jimmy: joshua, what is going on? >> okay. i only brought the iphone 4. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is ridiculous! we booked you but this is it? >> no, no, this is the iphone 4s, so it is -- it looks the same. internally, though, it's different. it's got a faster processor, brand new camera -- a really awesome camera and -- >> jimmy: it does, like, high def?
>> yeah, it does eight megapixel still photos and 1080p, so full hd video. >> jimmy: wow. >> and it's got a new antenna design so, apparently it gets better signal if you're an at&t customer, that will probably be -- >> jimmy: have you tested this out yet or no? >> yeah, i've tested it and it's -- it does seem a little bit better. >> jimmy: is it on verizon as well? >> it's on verizon and sprint. >> jimmy: it's on everything. >> so you got choices now. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> it's the whole world -- the world's your oyster. >> jimmy: yeah but, now, the big thing with this is that it has, like a -- cause everyone that loves blackberry loves bbm. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which -- why do they love that again? cause it's faster and because they -- >> it's fast. >> jimmy: no one sees it? >> it allows them to stay connected to their friends and family. i don't know. what do i look like, a technology expert? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you don't. you look like a dancer in "footloose." >> no, people the -- i think people love bbm because it's a kind of instantaneous -- >> jimmy: it's quicker than normal e-mail and texting. >> yeah, so -- so apple has this new thing called imessage, which is like their version of bbm. i've been calling it the bbm-killer because i feel like a lot of blackberry people are like, "i won't leave blackberry unless i have bbm." and this is their -- apple's version. >> jimmy: so yeah. so, you just type it and boom, it's on the other guy's iphone? >> yeah, you can see when people are typing, you can see when people have read your messages.
it's like -- you can spy on people, basically. >> jimmy: yeah, no, i don't like that. [ light laughter ] >> how you always wanted -- i know you want that. >> jimmy: but then -- is it suri -- siri is the main thing. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's the big thing. >> so, the new big thing about the 4s -- it has this software, with -- which they call siri. it's artificial intelligence mixed with voice recognition and it can do stuff for you. so, you can talk to the phone. you can give it commands and it'll kind of act like a -- they call it an intelligent assistant. it's like a digital secretary. >> jimmy: so, you were saying you can say, like "call jimmy -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: "-- when i get home." >> so, one of the cool things it does is it knows where you live, it knows where you work and you can tell it to do things. [ soft chuckling ] no, it's true. >> jimmy: this is insane. >> it's real. >> jimmy: with gps? >> yeah, with gps, so, for instance, you can tell it -- here, let's do a little demo, here. "remind me to call jimmy fallon when i get home." >> jimmy: there we go. >> -- a reminder for when you get home. >> there we go. [ cheers and applause ] so -- so, what's cool about this is she knows it's you and she knows that when i get home, she's gonna tell me to do it. >> jimmy: well, she doesn't know it's me.
>> no, she knows it's you. she has your home address and your phone number and she's coming over, later on -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but i'm married. this is awful. >> siri doesn't care. [ laughter ] so, she actually does one other -- she does some other weird stuff. like, she can react to other requests. can i show you one? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, sure. >> okay -- hold on a second, let me just fire this up. siri, i need to hide a body. [ light laughter ] >> what kind of place are you looking for? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no -- ♪ okay, no, no, i don't want -- i don't want --this -- that shouldn't be able to do that. >> where am i gonna -- a dump? a reservoir? a metal foundry? >> jimmy: i don't want to be involved with this at all. [ laughter ] >> a swamp? >> jimmy: i don't want to be involved in a murder! >> you think it should be a swamp. >> jimmy: i don't want to be involved in a murder. now, theverge.com. i want to talk about this, quickly. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is your big website. >> it's a big site. new site launching. >> jimmy: the virgin. >> the virgin -- that's not the name. [ laughter ] it is the verge -- >> jimmy: sorry if i was getting it wrong.
>> it is the verge -- theverge.com. >> jimmy: oh, sorry. i'm sorry, man. i thought -- i thought -- [ applause ] i'm just -- >> no, i get it. you're looking for a site where you can get advice about, you know, what to do -- >> jimmy: no. yeah, yeah, yeah -- really? no, i don't need advice. i'll just talk to my phone. >> no, it's fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, you guys -- when does it come out, by the way? >> next two weeks. we're not saying, it's very soon. so soon. >> jimmy: i'm so happy for you, buddy. couldn't happen to a better guy. we love you -- thank you for bringing that by. [ cheers and applause ] how much is that, by the way? >> starts at $199. >> jimmy: $199. joshua topolsky, everybody. keep an eye out for theverge.com, coming very soon! moody blues perform next! come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are a legendary rock band who's biggest hits can be found on this new compilation called, "icon." they'll be back on tour in the united states next march. but tonight, we're thrilled to have them here to perform "your wildest dreams." please welcome the moody blues! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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