tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC March 13, 2012 3:05am-4:00am PDT
-- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, everybody! thank you. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. happy valentine's day, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] happy valentine's day. oh, yeah. it's so exciting. everyone on the campaign trail is celebrating with their sweetheart. rick santorum and his wife, karen, newt gingrich and his wife, callista, mitt romney and his swiss bank account. [ laughter ] everybody -- today, president obama urged men to go big for valentine's day. [ laughter ] no, he did. he already urged men to go big on valentine's day. in fact, obama bought michelle the nicest bracelet china's money could buy. [ laughter ] he really went all out. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: went all out. [ cheers and applause ]
>> steve: come on. >> jimmy: go for it, yeah. did you see this? one of the awards at this week's westminster dog show went to martha stewart's chow chow named genghis khan. [ laughter ] that's weird. i mean, if martha wanted to name the dog after a ruthless tyrant, she should have gone with martha stewart. [ laughter ] you know? you could easily -- it's just an easy -- [ cheers and applause ] i just read this. in the past year, 118,000 drivers in new york were ticketed for using their cell phones behind the wheel. while the rest are really good at doing this. hold on, there's a cop. [ laughter ] "i had to put the phone down. i can't hear you right now." [ cheers and applause ] "don't worry about it. i can't pick up the phone. i can't hear you if you're talking. i can't hear you. okay, go ahead. what?" [ laughter ] there's another cop. "okay, the phone's down now. on my lap." hey, you guys, we have donald trump on the show tonight!
[ cheers and applause ] love that guy. and this is cool. i heard that, earlier tonight, trump's hair won top prize at westminster dog show. [ laughter ] that is unbelievable. he's in a good mood. [ applause ] hey, here's a nice story. last week, a 100-year-old woman in kentucky got married to an 87-year-old man. it was sweet. instead of the groom kissing the bride, they just swapped dentures. [ laughter ] the flower girl was really young. she was only 83 years old. >> steve: oh, that's cold. >> jimmy: they were so cute, yeah. they walked down the aisle with two friends behind them. one to carry her dress. another to carry his testicles. and it was just -- [ laughter ] very bedazzled. the dress -- i'm talking about the dress. and finally, today, new york city unveiled an iphone
app that helps users find free condoms. it's a pretty good app, if you can figure out how to open it. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight! give it up for roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight! he's back with a new "celebrity apprentice." donald trump is here! [ cheers and applause ] he's always a good sport. >> steve: always. >> jimmy: always fun. he's got some friends with him, and we're going to play a game. it's going to be fun tonight. also, from the new movie, "ghost rider," idris elba is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] ladies love him. he's a stud. speaking of studs, we've got music from country superstar, jake owen! [ cheers and applause ] tonight is gonna be good! ladies love him. happy valentine's day,
everybody. you know what? you should just get your valentine a "late night" snack right here. that's our ice cream that we have. it's a good day for it, valentine's day. this is a good ice cream. it's vanilla ice cream. it has fudge covered potato chip clusters and a salty caramel swirl. [ audience oohs ] salty and sweet. pick it up, you guys. "late night" snack right there. [ cheers and applause ] ben & jerry's. that reminds me -- i was just thinking about it today. it's a shame that the world is full of so much unnecessary conflict. you know, you've got democrats versus republicans, wall street versus the 99%, newt gingrich versus belt. [ laughter ] but none of those conflicts are as ugly as the ice cream war between me and my eternal enemy for six months, stephen colbert. [ laughter and applause ] now, i don't expect you people to know who this guy is. [ laughter ] he's on a basic cable channel that i've honestly forgotten the
name of. i think called comedy supreme. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: or the chucklehub. chucklehub network. >> steve: i think it is. chucklehub. >> jimmy: whatever. it's the one jon stewart's on. >> steve: oh, that one, yeah. anyway, me and this stephen colbert character were best friends forever. for six months. [ laughter ] but that ended very badly and we became eternal enemies for six months. which i think ends on march 3rd. and i guess he's feeling a little regretful, because last night on his show, he sent me a valentine's day's card via the "late night" talk show internal mail system. i think it just arrived. [ laughter ] now -- let's see, what -- it's a nice valentine. it says "my dearest jimmiest, i know we're eternal enemies until
march 3rd, but without you, i feel like vanilla ice cream with salted caramel and fudge-covered potato chip clusters -- terrible." [ laughter ] sometimes i lie awake at night wishing for a glimpse of your face, but i always fall asleep before your show comes on. [ laughter ] so i hope you'll accept this token of friendship and let's be best buds again. please read this next sentence in a whisper. i miss us. [ laughter ] sincerely yours, the reverend, sir dr. stephen t. "most def" colbert, dfa. dictated, not read. [ laughter ] what a nice letter. you know what? i should call him. hang on a minute. [ dial tone ] >> hello. >> jimmy: hey, stephen? it's jimmy. >> oh, hey, jimmy.
hey, how are you, man? >> jimmy: i'm good. i just got your letter. >> oh? [ laughter ] you did? >> jimmy: i agree. it was so much better when we were best friends forever for six months. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, um -- >> yeah? >> jimmy: um, you know, do you -- >> do i what? >> jimmy: um -- >> go on. >> jimmy: so -- >> come on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you want to try to -- do you want to try to be friends again? >> oh, that would be so great, jimmy! we can -- we can restart our karaoke team. >> jimmy: and this time we'll win! >> oh, yeah. hey, did you get the present i sent you? >> jimmy: what, the rabbit? >> no, the big present. >> jimmy: no -- guys, did we get a present from stephen colbert? whoa! ♪
whoa! this is the fabled 100-gallon pipe. there must be enough ice cream in there for everyone. let's get some spoons and open it! [ cheers and applause ] >> not so fast! [ cheers and applause ] well, well, well. >> jimmy: well, well. >> well, well, well. >> jimmy: well, well. >> jimmy fallon, if that is your real name. >> yes it is. that's right. >> it's not james? >> jimmy: well, it is james, but my friends call my jimmy. >> well, isn't that interesting, james? >> jimmy: stephen, i thought that you wanted to be friends. >> and you fell for my ruse,
hook, line and scooper. [ laughter ] i just needed to get close enough to you. to launch my sneak attack. ben, jerry! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ben & jerry! kill! >> jimmy: ben & jerry? of ben & jerry's? >> the very same. and they are going to rock your world. jerry, tell jimmy the latest sales figures for americone dream. >> in the last quarter, americone dream outsold "late night" snack by 8%. [ boos ] >> boom! boom! eat it, fallon! eat my ice cream. [ laughter ] oh, wait. you can't. because it's sold out at the grocery store. americone dream is number one.
>> actually, cherry garcia is the number one ice cream. >> shut up. [ laughter ] too late. ha ha! ha ha ha ha ha ha h-a-h-a i say, jimmy fallon! [ laughter ] i am out of here. later, sucker! >> jimmy: stephen! >> jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah? this is crazy. why are we fighting? i mean, it's just ice cream. and after all, proceeds from both of our flavors go to charity. it shouldn't matter whose they buy. >> you're right, jimmy. it doesn't matter who wins, now that i won. [ laughter ] let's join up the two halves of our friendship amulet and be friends again. >> jimmy: i wish i could, but i don't have my half anymore. >> what? but that was pure gold colored plastic from china -- town. what happened to it, jimmy? >> jimmy: after we became eternal enemies for six months, i got so upset, that i drove
over to the ben & jerry's plant, and in a fit of rage and passion, hurled my amulet into a mixing vat. now it's inside a random carton of "late night" snack ice cream somewhere. >> what? what? well, we have to find it, jimmy. everyone within the sound of my voice, run out to a store and buy as many pints of "late night" snack as you can. [ laughter ] everyone buy jimmy fallon's "late night" snack, not my ice cream! i'm going to go buy some right now! come on ben! come on jerry! i can't wait to be best friends forever for six months again! i'll see you on march 3rd, buddy! let's go! >> jimmy: good-bye, stephen! >> let's go! [ cheers and applause ] [ evil laughter ] >> jimmy: they're going to buy so much of my ice cream. we'll be back with more "late night," you guys. [ cheers and applause ] [ evil laughter ] could you put the echo back?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! you know, here at "late night," we're always a step ahead when it comes to new technology. you're about to see what i mean. it's time for "audience voicemail." ♪ hello who this is ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right. i have here the hacker 9000. and what this does -- it allows us to hack into anyone's phone and listen to their voicemails. this device is so top-secret, we're not even supposed to be telling you about it. the only other person who knows about this is rupert murdoch. now, let me show you how it works. hey, what's your name? >> justin. >> jimmy: you can stand up, justin. justin? >> justin. >> jimmy: sorry, good. i thought you said chustin. >> no, that's fine. >> jimmy: that name doesn't
exist. no. >> it's a terrible name. >> jimmy: justin, justin, very good. justin, where are you from? >> atlanta. >> jimmy: you're from atlanta? >> yeah. >> jimmy: very good. justin, do you have your phone with you? >> right there. >> jimmy: very good. nice iphone here. nice case. well, not really. [ laughter ] weird. all right. let me just take your phone, and i'm gonna put it in the hacker 9000. all right, now let's hear the most recent voicemail on your phone. >> hey, this justin? i think i found your wallet in my taxi cab. just to be clear, there's some items here inside the wallet, so if you can verify it's yours, there's $23 in cash, one visa credit card, one membership card to something called the hemorrhoids club of america. [ laughter ] one busted condom, expiration date august 2007. [ laughter ] a receipt for a weird iphone case, another receipt for a sex shop for two items, anl beads, and pns shape lolli. i guess that's short for lollipop.
anyway, the business card for a woman called she-ra, the man-eater of pain. anyway, let me know if it's yours. thanks! >> jimmy: all right, there you go. amazing technology. [ cheers and applause ] stand up, buddy. how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> jimmy: good. what is your name? >> ryan. >> jimmy: ryan, where are you from? >> brooklyn. >> jimmy: from brooklyn, new york. ryan from brooklyn. [ cheers and applause ] a local guy. ryan, could i have your phone? we're going to put it right here. look at this. that's so broken, no case. [ laughter ] super cool. let's put it in the hacker 9000. let's listen to your most recent voicemail. >> hey, ryan, this is the barnes & noble in brooklyn, and we're calling to let you know that the following books you put on hold have come in. "justin bieber, the unauthorized biography," "the complete guide to being a belieber," "i've got
bieber fever: one fan story," "how i stopped worrying and just learned to love the biebs" and "small wieners happen to good people 2nd edition." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry. appreciate that. >> just come on by and pick up the books anytime you want. we're at the barnes & noble in brooklyn. >> jimmy: all right, there you go. thank you so much. sorry about that. [ cheers and applause ] let's see what we've got. come on. how are you doing, buddy? >> i'm doing well. how are you? >> jimmy: good. let me get the hacker 9000. yeah, get your phone ready there. what's your name? >> r.j. >> jimmy: r.j., where are you from? >> connecticut. >> jimmy: from connecticut. very good. [ cheers and applause ] come here by yourself? >> i came with my girlfriend. >> jimmy: oh, hey, how you doing? >> bailey. >> jimmy: bailey. >> hi, bailey. >> jimmy: happy valentine's day, you guys. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. this is a nice blackberry with a lot of fingerprints all over it. [ laughter ]
but it works for blackberries as well. we're gonna listen to your voicemail, if you don't mind. put it in the hacker 9000. >> hi, r.j. it's rebecca. [ laughter ] i can't believe you stood me up on valentine's day. you didn't even give me a present, even though i'm assuming you got the one i gave you, that black shirt jacket thing you were asking for. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you wore a jacket, yeah. >> begging for it. >> jimmy: it's a shirt jacket. >> sort of a shirt jacket. >> jimmy: it's a blazer. yeah. blazer. >> you're probably wearing it right now, wherever you are. and i hope you're not with that hussy, bailey. [ laughter ] what do you see in her anyway? she's always wearing that tan blousy-looking thing. [ laughter ] but she never laughs at anything. [ laughter ] she better not laughing at me right now. is she laughing at me? [ sobs ] anyway, i still love you.
happy valentine's day. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, there you go. happy valentine's day. sorry you had to listen to that. you need to delete that immediately. i love this device. how about one more? how are you doing, buddy? >> how you doing? >> jimmy: good. what is your name and where are you from? >> i'm sam from cape cod. >> jimmy: sam from cape cod. wow, good man. cape cod's nice, man. now, give me your phone, please. >> here you go. >> jimmy: whoa. looks like this has been thrown on the street a couple of times. >> yep. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, this is nice. here we go. >> put it right in there. >> jimmy: put it in the hacker 9000. >> sam, this is dr. morris calling with your test results. [ laughter ] we figured out why you've been so constipated. [ laughter ] apparently you were either sat on, shoved or placed a nerf ball in your anal cavity. [ laughter ] >> that's what i figured it was. >> don't worry. don't worry. we've seen this all before. we'll be happy to pump that thing out of your end zone, if you know what i mean. [ laughter ] no, i'm talking to him now. i'm talking to the guy, sam from
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and this sunday, a new season of his hit show, "the celebrity apprentice" will premiere right here on nbc at 9:00 p.m. and they've got a bunch of crazy, awesome, fun people this year. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome donald trump! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow, that's good. >> jimmy: thank you for coming on. >> thank you. >> jimmy: mr. trump, i appreciate it. >> it's an honor. >> jimmy: i feel like i have to call you mr. trump. >> you can call me whatever you want. >> jimmy: okay, good. perfect, yeah. happy valentine's day, by the way. >> thank you very much. you, too. >> jimmy: yeah, what did you get melania? >> well, i'm going to take her to dinner as soon as we're finished. we're going to go out and have a little dinner -- late-night dinner, and we're going to have some fun. good woman. >> jimmy: yeah, she's the best. >> good woman. >> jimmy: i love her, yeah. now, you have two new grandkids, right? >> i do. >> jimmy: congratulations on that. >> good. two beautiful --
>> jimmy: that is great. >> two beautiful kids. >> jimmy: that's awesome. congrats on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: let's talk about "celebrity apprentice." >> okay. >> jimmy: this is the 12th season, i think. >> 12th. >> jimmy: and this -- >> can you believe it? seven years, 12 seasons. amazing. >> jimmy: it's amazing, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] it's a great show. and, now, this season, you have more celebrities than ever. >> we have the largest cast we've ever had. we have 18 people and 15 episodes, which is the most episodes we've ever had. and that's because of, you know, it just does very well. and so they wanted more episodes. so we have a combination of the largest cast and the most episodes. hello, fellas. by the way, you guys are great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can't beat the roots. they're phenomenal. can't beat the roots. they're so good. we had -- i got a chance to see the first episode. >> good. >> jimmy: and it's phenomenal. as always, gosh, you make a great show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and do you produce it as well? >> i do, with mark burnett. >> jimmy: mark burnett -- that guy knows how to do it. >> he does. he's a great guy, and really talented guy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it just turned out to be this crazy show that's worked
and worked. >> jimmy: i mean, you get -- the cast you get is always super fun. let's look at a couple right here. this guy right here. >> right. >> jimmy: clay aiken. >> clay aiken. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not the best photo, really, of clay. but he's a good looking guy. he's a talented dude. >> much different than you think. tough and smart. and really, you know, i knew it was a great singer with "american idol," he did so well, but he really is a tough cookie, and he's smart. you'll see what happens. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, interesting. >> jimmy: yeah, the one episode, the first episode i saw, he's great. and i go, i like clay aiken. oh, here's some drama. >> oh, she's great. oh yeah. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: teresa giudice. she is -- that's some drama right there. >> she is. >> jimmy: is there some table flipping? >> there is, and she is -- she actually flips the table. i mean, you know, people would say -- >> jimmy: is that her thing? she has to do that every time she goes out of the house? >> i don't know. she gets so angry at a group. you know, she's a very calm person -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- until she gets angry. and then she smashed it. but she's terrific. >> jimmy: that's why you get her right? to flip tables. >> and she did a great job. >> jimmy: here's my man right here, from twisted sister. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, dee! dee snider.
>> he's very talented. very tough. tough player. smart as can be. and you watch what happens to him after the show. he's going to go places. he's going to continue to go places. he's really terrific. >> jimmy: he's good, yeah. and then -- >> oh. >> jimmy: this guy. come on, we love this guy. arsenio hall. [ cheers and applause ] and the dog pound up there -- the dog pound up there likes him, yeah. >> jimmy: last time i had you on, i forced you to play charades, and i apologize for that. 'cause you told me before the show -- you go, "i don't do charades." >> i don't like it. and i think he's got another deal going here. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. well, i was wondering -- >> but we did well with charades. it worked out well. >> jimmy: we did. it was -- you were hilarious. >> it was hilarious. >> jimmy: it was one of the funniest things ever, 'cause you're awful at charades. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: but that's what made it so good, and i appreciate you being a good sport about it. so we have another game that maybe, if you don't mind, maybe we could play. maybe a little "password"? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, good. all right, when we get back, donald trump and a couple of "celebrity apprentices" are gonna play a game with me. stick around. it's good! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: welcome back to "late night." to my right is the star of the "celebrity apprentice," donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] and his partner, from the new cast of his show, the front man of twisted sister, dee snider! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and to my left is the host of nbc's "late night with jimmy fallon," jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] who's your partner, jimmy? >> jimmy: also from the new cast of the "celebrity apprentice" and "real housewives of new jersey," my partner is teresa giudice! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and we're all here to play password! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: and i'm your host, steve higgins. the rules of the game are very simple. we'll give each of you a password. then each of you will give a one
word clue -- that's one word only -- to get your partner to guess the password. scoring starts at six. take away one point for each time the clue, and remember, no part or form of the password can be used. if a clue is determined illegal as determined by our judges. you'll hear this -- [ buzzer ] and you'll forfeit your turn. team with the most points wins. any questions? do you have any questions? okay, great. first clue -- [ laughter ] goes to donald and jimmy, donald you're gonna go first. >> the password is -- [ laughter ] >> who's going first? >> steve: you, you go first. >> building. >> block. >> tall. >> wait. [ laughter ] >> one turn at a time. [ scattered applause ] >> steve: all right, jimmy, your turn. >> jimmy: okay. well, you almost have two good clues there. all right. [ laughter ]
apartment. >> skyscraper. >> jimmy: whoa! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] wow! we got it. >> steve: dee, teresa? >> jimmy: that was awesome, we got three! >> the password is -- >> steve: dee you start. [ laughter ] dee's gonna start. >> this is a little complicated. >> jimmy: you don't have to open the envelope -- [ laughter ] >> mine was sealed. >> there we go, thank you. >> you're -- [ laughter ] you're -- >> hair. >> no! >> you're -- >> jimmy: fired! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] whoa! i love it! that is beautiful.
oh, my gosh. that was awesome. >> steve: okay. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: he's laughing all the way to the bank. >> the password is -- [ laughter ] >> steve: you got it? got it? you ready? you ready to go? >> jimmy: yep. >> steve: go. ready? >> jimmy: yep. heart. >> valentine's. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. you paid these guys off. >> jimmy: we're good. >> steve: dee -- teresa. it's your turn. >> the password is -- >> steve: yeah, that's yours. that's yours. other way. there you go. teresa's gonna start. >> okay. >> steve: jimmy's gonna receive. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> steve: jimmy's gonna take it. [ laughter ] ♪
>> all right. space. >> jimmy: shuttle. [ light laughter ] >> close. >> steve: dee? >> pilot. [ laughter ] >> ship? [ laughter ] >> can i make gestures? >> steve: sure. >> shh. [ laughter ] >> you never said anything -- [ laughter ] >> steve: i didn't make a face! >> lip synched to everything. [ laughter ] wait. rocket. >> jimmy: all right. space, ship, pilot, rocket. astronaut? >> yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> steve: okay, this is the last one. donald -- >> we're winning at life. [ laughter ] >> you get it? >> jimmy: you're winning at life. >> you get a rocket. >> the password is -- >> steve: no, he gets it, trust me. i mean the game. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> steve: okay, donald, you're gonna start. >> i think he just saw my card. >> steve: no, he's got the clue, too. [ laughter ] >> arrow. >> cherub? [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: valentine. >> heart! [ audience oohs ] [ scattered applause ] >> baby. [ laughter ] >> valentine, arrow -- what was your first one? did you say heart?
>> i said that. >> you said heart? >> yeah. diaper? [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] [ sad tuba ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: all right, so what are the clues so far? >> steve: baby -- >> baby. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> steve: arrow, heart, diapere. >> no, diaper. >> steve: oh, i'm sorry, i speak french. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. all right, so those are the clues. >> okay. say it again? >> jimmy: baby, diaper, arrow, heart. oh no, arrow, valentine. >> and somebody said cherub. >> steve: cherub, cherub. we'll throw that in there. >> okay. oh, my god. >> jimmy: love.
>> husband? >> no. >> yes. >> steve: ready? third time's a charm. [ drum roll ] >> pink. >> what'd he say? >> cupid? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: donald trump, dee snider, teresa giudice, the "celebrity apprentice" premieres sunday at 9 p.m. on nbc. idris elba joins us next. give it up for everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ woman ] i was ready for my trip, but my smile wasn't. [ female announcer ] new crest 3d white intensive professional effects whitestrips. it goes below the enamel surface to whiten as well as a five-hundred dollar professional treatment for a transformation that's hard to believe. . . .
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest this evening is a hugely talented actor. you know him from a great body of work that includes "the wire," "28 weeks later," and "thor." starting this friday he stars opposite nic cage in "ghost rider: spirit of vengeance." please welcome to our show, idris elba! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: idris --
>> what's up? what's up? >> jimmy: thank you for visiting the show. >> thank you. thank you for having me. listen, jimmy, before we start, i just want to let everyone know the reason why i'm wearing these sunglasses, because i'm cool, but i have a sty on my eye that's bigger than my feet. [ laughter ] and i don't want jimmy to have to stare at that all night. >> jimmy: no, i appreciate that. no, but you look cool. you can pull this off. >> can i? >> jimmy: yeah, it makes you look cool. i can't do that. i can't host a show with sunglasses on, i'd look crazy. but you can pull this off 'cause dude, you're a big golden globe winner now, you're walking around -- come on. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: killed it, buddy. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: now, the year before, you did not win a golden globe. >> no. >> jimmy: you were up for it, and didn't win. but your daughter -- which i thought this was super cool made you a golden globe. >> look at that. >> jimmy: i mean -- [ audience aws ] -- is that cool, man? come on, how cute is that? >> thank you. [ scattered applause ] she had all her friends -- she's 10 years old, she had all her friends come over to the
house. they had a little red carpet at the doorway, gowns. i think she had little paparazzi people going around. >> jimmy: come on. and you actually won the golden globe this year and gave her a little shout out. >> i did, yeah. i thought -- i thought i'd replace that one with a new one. >> jimmy: yeah, and you did. you actually did it and you pulled it off. but i love that you gave her a shout out. you said she went nuts when she -- >> the house was crazy. she had all her friends there. you know, i held it up for her. she loved it. good moment. good moment. >> jimmy: here's you with the golden globe looking cool. but look at these sneakers you got on there. i mean, what are those guys? >> yeah, those are -- those are christian bs. christian bs. i've got some -- look, i bought the -- >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> -- the cool version. those are my golden globe versions, and these are my cool version. >> jimmy: now you're -- because you're a sneaker guy? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you have a sneaker collection? have you seen questlove's sneaks? >> i know, i know. quest has got some -- some flies. >> jimmy: no, he's got -- questlove has his own sneaker. we actually want to give you it for valentine's day. here's the questos from nike. >> oh!
>> jimmy: look at these -- [ cheers and applause ] look at these -- >> what? >> jimmy: pretty good, right? >> thank you, quest. >> jimmy: they're your size. >> no, those are beautiful. >> jimmy: gorgeous, right? >> hold on, hold on, hold on. gotta give them a little fly -- oh, there you go. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. exactly. perfect. we had nicolas cage here yesterday, he was talking how great you were in the movie "ghost rider." congrats on that, it looks awesome. >> thank you. yeah. >> jimmy: crazy flaming skulls. you play a french monk. >> i play a french monk who rides a motorcycle, who goes on a quest to find -- big up quest -- goes on a quest to find the ghost rider, to find the anti-christ little boy, you know. it's a family drama. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. it is not. >> no, but i had a great time. we was in transylvania -- we was in romania for a long time. and we were shooting this one particular scene where i'm riding down the side of this mountain, and up in the mountain is the remnants of dracula's castle. and nic cage decided that one day he was gonna spend the night
in the castle and invited me to come. [ as nic cage ] "i gotta stay in the castle. it's gonna be dope!" [ as nic cage ] >> jimmy: i've gotta stay in the castle! >> "you've got to do it, man. yeah." and i said, "no, thank you, nic. i'm gonna -- i'm gonna stay in my hotel." >> jimmy: i'm gonna stay in my hotel. oh, man. [ cheers and applause ] well, anyways, it's killer. i wanna show everyone a clip of the movie "ghost rider: spirit of vengeance" out this weekend. here's idris elba, you guys. [ engine accelerating ] [ tires squealing ] ♪ >> who is this guy? [ engine accelerating ] [ beep ] [ tires screeching ] ♪ [ gunshots ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh man! that's what i'm talking about! our thanks to idris elba, go see "ghost rider: spirit of vengeance" this weekend! jake owen performs next, come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ malennouncer wn do you ke 5-hournergy? when i'm on the night shift. when they have more energy than i do. when i don't feel like working out. when there isn't enough of me to go around. ♪ when i have school. and work. every morning. it's faster and easier than coffee. every afternoon when that 2:30 feeling hits. -every day. -every day. every day is a 5-hour energy day. [ male announcer ] 5-hour energy. every day. ♪
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you call and i know it would kill me if i fall i can't be alone with you ♪ ♪ please don't chain that door i can't win this war your body's like a pill i shouldn't take ♪ ♪ don't put your lips up to my mouth and tell me you can't stay don't slip your hand under my shirt ♪ ♪ and tell me it's okay don't say it doesn't matter cause it's gonna matter to me i can't be alone with ♪ ♪ you've got me out on the edge every time you call and i know it would kill me if i fall ♪ ♪ i can't be alone
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you don't call me back but you kiss me when you're drunk ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey man. thanks brother. appreciate it, man. jake owen! check out his album "barefoot blue jean night." my thanks to stephen colbert, ben and jerry, donald trump, idris elba, jake owen! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots right over there everybody. stay tuned for "carson daly," thanks for watching, have a great night! hope to see you tomorrow! good night! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪