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[ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight. it's going to be fun. a lot of cool stuff. here's what people are talking about, you guys. the big news, of course, is that we have a new pope. though there was a little uncertainty when the cardinals released smoke, because it was hard to tell if it was white or black. true. [ laughter ] or as most people put it, "so the pope is vin diesel?" [ laughter and applause ] ♪ actually, cardinal jorge bergoglio of argentina has been named the new pope, making him the first pope from south america. you can tell he was south american, because when they announced it, they were like, "we have a pooooooope." [ laughter and applause ] interesting. turns out after the new pope was chosen, he was brought to a place in the vatican called the room of tears, or as i call that, the gym. [ laughter ]
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turns out that one of the cardinals who was being considered for pope actually had ties to the italian mafia. [ audience oohs ] people knew something was up after confession and he was like, "okay, my turn." [ laughter ] here's a big celebrity story. after weeks of rumors, it was announced today that miley cyrus and her fiance, liam hemsworth have broken up. [ audience aws ] yep, he cited irreconcilable haircuts. [ laughter ] you hate to see it. you hate to see it. some political news this week, is the conservative political action conference, which will feature appearances by both rand paul and paul ryan. experts say their speeches are a great way to get a perspective on conservative values and proof that white people need more names. [ laughter ] [ imitating announcer ] "coming up after rand paul and paul ryan, we'll hear from paul brand, ryan paul, paul raul, paul paul. and of course, paul paul jr." [ laughter ]
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did you guys hear about this? yesterday, a truck in north carolina overturned and spilled frozen pizzas all over the highway. [ light laughter ] first responders were like, "it's not a disaster, it's digiorno." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: it's very interesting that they would say that, the first responders. some international news. with tensions escalating between north and south korea, kim jong-un has told his army to be prepared for war. fortunately, they were already prepared for war, because that's how armies work. [ laughter ] listen to this. a new survey found that newark airport is one of the best airports in the country to find love. >> steve: ooh! >> jimmy: unless you love your luggage. [ laughter ] and finally -- some people must work with the tsa here tonight. nice. ♪ just sit back and relax. >> steve: gotta earn it.
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>> jimmy: finally, a new study found that a chemical in red wine could eventually help humans live to be 150 years old. [ cheers ] which explains why the fourth hour of the "today show" was renewed for 200 more seasons. [ applause ] we love those guys! we have a great show, you guys! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have an amazing show! it's justin timberweek, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we love the guy. justin timberlake is here every day this week, doing a new song off his new album, "the 20/20 experience." there it is right there. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] that's weird. it's like one of those hallmark cards. they scream when you open it up. >> steve: don't open that in the library. >> jimmy: he might do another little piece for us too, tonight. [ cheers and applause ] maybe. our first guest, though, this evening is hilarious in everything he does. he has a new movie coming out, the one and only steve carell is here! [ cheers and applause ] i love that guy. plus, she's a great actress. her new movie, "the call," opens this friday. abigail breslin is back on the show. [ cheers and applause ] and as i said, we will have music from the great justin timberlake! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. so fun. have you guys ever wondered what celebrities are whispering to each other when they're on the red carpet or at press conferences? we have too. and that's why we sent our entertainment correspondent from
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the uk, mr. peggy hess, with his highly sensitive microphones to get to the bottom of it. that's right, it's time for "celebrity whispers." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> celebrity whispers. >> hello. i'm peggy hess and welcome to "celebrity whispers." ssshh. [ camera shutters ] >> your beard looks really nice tonight. >> it's scratchy. that's the only thing. it's very scratchy. >> it can't be that bad. >> no, it is. here, feel it. [ laughter ] what's the verdict? >> okay, it's scratchy. >> told you. >> it's just a fact that all fried chicken is made with the best southern spice. >> yes, it is. >> celebetry. >> hey, what do you think of that blond girl, amanda seyfried standing over there? >> yeah, i like her a lot. it's just weird she always does the same thing whenever i see her. like she'll be staring off into the distance and all of a sudden giggle for no reason. then push her hair back and grab
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her forearms and shrug. then she'll start to turn her head and chew gum a few times. she does that every time. it's so weird. >> whisper. >> hey, you do good animal impressions, right? >> yeah, you want me to do some? >> okay. >> can you do a sassy horse? >> neigh. [ laughter ] >> how about a fast-talking bird. >> cheep-cheep. >> you know that was a whisper. >> steven! >> did you know identify always wanted to be a giraffe? >> what? >> yeah, i just thought it would be fun. >> why? >> to be a giraffe. >> but why? >> just think about it. i would be in warm weather. i'd have this really long neck. i'd eat a bunch of leaves. >> but you'd have to scavenge and eat other animals. stuff like that. >> that's the thing, i'd just eat leaves. >> you'd get tired of eating leaves. >> no, i wouldn't. >> yeah, you would. >> you're probably right. >> celebrity. >> hey, this is kourtney. >> just kidding. this is president obama. how are you? >> i'm peggy hess.
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i'll see you next time on "celebrity whispers." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: those were "celebrity whispers." stick around. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ aaah! aaaaah! theres a guy on the window! do something, dad! aaaah! aaaah! what is happening? they're rate suckers. their bad driving makes car insurance more expensive for the rest of us. good thing there's snapshot from progressive. snap it in and get a discount based on your good driving. stop paying for rate suckers. try snapshot free at progressive.com.
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using night-vision goggles to keep an eye on my spicy buffalo wheat thins. who's gonna take your wheat thins? i don't know. an intruder, the dog, bigfoot. could you get the light? [ loud crash ] what is going on?! honey, i was close! it's a yeti! [ male announcer ] must! have! wheat thins! [ jim koch ] why are these people surprised? they just found out they were secretly tasting sam adams boston lager. it's got a good color. it's got a good hoppy smell to it, it's got a good body. it's very smooth. i like that. smooth but it does have flavor. you were drinking sam adams boston lager. oh, really? you definitely got me. it's a good taste. it's smooth. it's really good. this is the best day ever. i obviously was selling myself short by not even considering this as a possibility.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a golden globe winning actor and big-time comedy star. his new film, "the incredible burt wonderstone," is in theaters on friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome steve carell! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you can do magic you can do anything that you desire magic ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. please, welcome back. >> thank you. >> jimmy: steve carell.
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>> thanks. >> jimmy: fun night to have you on. we have justin timberlake. we have michael mcdonald. >> great. >> jimmy: a lot of good music. >> it's a big night. >> jimmy: are you into -- do you like -- did you grow up with the doobie brothers, their music? >> oh yeah, yeah. i'm a big music guy. >> jimmy: you are? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what was the first concert? >> first concert was jethro tull. [ cheers and applause ] i was the only 8-year-old i know whose brother -- [ laughter ] well, i wasn't eight when i went to the concert, but at about eight years old -- my brother was about 10 years older than i was -- he introduced me to jethro tull. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i was the only kid who listened to medieval rock. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, they started their own category of music. >> they really did. and i -- it just got pounded into my head. i didn't like it, but i wanted to impress my brother, because he was cool. >> jimmy: of course. >> he was older. he had a beard and long hair. i was like, "i want to be that guy." >> jimmy: yeah, of course. [ laughter ] >> so i started liking jethro tull. and that was the first concert -- it was actually the first date that i ever went on, was to a jethro tull concert. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> yes, exactly.
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[ laughter ] you're way ahead of me. [ laughter ] it is not a good concert to invite a 16-year-old massachusetts girl to go to. [ laughter ] and it was a triple date, with two of my older brothers. so i picked her up, we went to this concert. and i don't know if you're familiar with jethro tull, but a guy jumping around in tights, playing a flute, piercing weather balloons with said flute. like, that was -- you know? [ laughter ] it's ron burgundy. you know, he's up there in tights. [ laughter ] and it was -- [ applause ] -- horrifying -- it was a horrifying -- and my brothers kept -- first date i've ever been on, my brothers kept looking at me, like, "hey, are you going to kiss her?" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: as brothers do. >> as brothers -- yeah, and at the end of the night, we all drove back in one car, of course, walked her to the front door of her house, and i shook her hand.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a gentleman. a pleasure doing business with you. >> i wasn't a gentleman, no. no. a gentleman -- no, i was an idiot. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you couldn't go for it. >> i couldn't -- and they're in the car like, "oh, is he going to do it! is he going to go for it? nah!" [ laughter ] terrible. >> jimmy: couldn't do it. couldn't do it. >> and i didn't talk to the girl for about a month after that at school. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. that scarred you. >> it did. >> jimmy: it mentally scarred you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i was reading up on you. you were a deejay in college. >> yeah. yes, i was. >> jimmy: i mean, that's a cool gig. isn't it? >> no. >> jimmy: not at all? [ laughter ] how did you get into that? what are the call letters? >> i thought it would be cool. wdub. >> jimmy: wdub? >> yeah, granville, ohio. they actually called it the doobie. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and did you have a dj name? >> i called myself sapphire steve carell. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: for real? >> well, it really started as a
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joke, because you have to intern -- i was a freshman and you interned with a senior, and this guy called himself diamond doug mckenny. [ light laughter ] and so, the first time he let me on the air, like, "i'm going to give you ten minutes, show me what you got." and i turned on the mic and said, "hi, everybody, this is sapphire steve carell," just to mess with him. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> and he's behind the glass like, "i'll kill you!" >> jimmy: "you stole my bit." >> "you're mocking me! i hate you!" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: diamond doug. >> diamond doug. >> jimmy: wonder if he's still in the biz? >> sapphire steve. i'm sure he is. >> jimmy: he's probably still mad. >> yeah, he was really good. >> jimmy: yeah, he's probably still mad at you, as well. "the incredible burt wonderstone." >> yeah. >> jimmy: so psyched about this movie. you, jim carrey, steve buscemi. you're magicians. >> it's so stupid. >> jimmy: i love it. [ laughter ] i love it. i love stupid. >> i mean, everyone has a huge wig and lots of spray tans and shaved chests -- >> jimmy: yeah, because it's vegas, showy. >> but the thing is, it's not so outrageous for vegas. >> jimmy: no. >> you go there in these costumes and people don't even look at you. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: yeah, that's cool. >> that's the guy -- >> jimmy: well, you finally made it. you're on the cover of "magic" magazine. >> look at that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: look at that good looking human right there. that is hilarious. how are magicians taking this? are they happy with it? >> oh, they love it. >> jimmy: they do. >> i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, how would you know? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: do magicians come up to you? >> i do. i think that, you know, david copperfield was one of the consultants, and he has a great sense of humor. so i think they'll like it. i think, essentially, they will embrace it like newscasters embraced "anchorman," because it's kind of their comedy. it's about them and they can laugh at themselves. >> jimmy: oh, we have a clip, and i want you to set this up. >> well, steve buscemi and i play these partners who have been doing this show in vegas for years and years and years. and, you know, we're old-time vegas magicians. so instead of showing a clip of the movie, i would like to show you an ad for burt and anton's show in las vegas. >> jimmy: here we go, you guys. this is steve carell in "the incredible burt wonderstone."
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bally's -- where wonders never cease. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't wait to see this, guys. i love that he amuses himself out of his tricks. he giggles. >> yeah. >> jimmy: more with steve carell when we get back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ be positive, yet firm. we need to leave our contract plan and make the move to net10 wireless. what??? oh nice, let's just have our calls drop all the time. net10 uses the same cell towers as the top carriers, but for half of what we pay now. half? don't worry. confusion is normal. but, i... it's better this way. but what if...what if... shhh... welcome to the next generation of family plans. fifty dollars the first line, 40 dollars each new line with unlimited everything. visit net10wireless.com only three dollars? crazy! [ male announcer ] yeah, crazy awesome. the oven roasted chicken $3 six-inch select,
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[ laughter ] because for one thing, you refused to use your arms in any of the scenes. do you remember this? >> okay. well, that's true, but in my defense, my arms are extremely delicate. my arms are -- they're very tender. they're almost like balsa wood arms. they -- i just -- i have to be very cautious with my arms. i mean, you knew that. >> jimmy: well, whatever the reason then -- the point is, you refused to use your own arms and you used mannequin arms. you insisted on using mannequin arms. >> well, yeah, yes, i did. that's true, i did. >> jimmy: well, then i'm getting angry now thinking about it, because -- [ light laughter ] >> what was i supposed to do, jimmy? >> jimmy: well, to make you feel more comfortable, the director made everyone use mannequin arms, and i have to say that it made things pretty inconvenient. >> well, maybe it did, but i honestly don't think it impacted the show whatsoever. i mean, i don't think anyone could tell that they were fake. >> jimmy: i respectfully disagree.
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well, i think we have a clip. let's see it. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome to parvis & lumberpond. [ laughter ] i'm glad you're enjoying our store already. i am parvis. how may i help you? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i have a special event coming up, and i want to look good, but fashion really isn't my thing. [ laughter ] so i could really, really use your help. >> well, you have come to the right place, my friend. we offer -- [ laughter ] -- the finest selection of men's furnishings in all of
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central florida. the finest suits, the finest fabrics. [ laughter ] tweeds, mohairs, worsted wools. >> jimmy: wow. >> a full selection of ties. but first thing's first. for what occasion will you be dressing? >> jimmy: you love suits so much, you're wearing two of them. [ laughter ] it's amazing. [ cheers and applause ] i've never seen that before. >> this is the newest style. >> jimmy: yeah, i have never seen -- amazing. >> you've heard of the layered look. >> jimmy: yes, yes. fantastic. look, the occasion that i'm doing, it's an arbor day celebration at the bicklesby club and i was recently made a junior member. >> wait, the bicklesby club? >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh! that's an excellent club. >> jimmy: very excited about it. >> i wish i was a member! [ laughter ] well, i'll tell you what -- you know what you need, my friend? you need a suit and tie. my partner is a suit and tie
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expert. i'll just call him in. [ cheers and applause ] lumberpond! [ cheers and applause ] >> this customer needs a suit and tie. >> justin: ah, well, he's come to the right place. >> we have several beautiful suits that might interest you. over there, we have joseph fatone-ays. very special. >> jimmy: oh. >> over here is a lance bass. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. [ laughter ] that looks like a nice suit. >> i have more to say about that. >> jimmy: it looks like a great suit. [ laughter ] >> it's been in the closet for years. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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finally decided to take it out. >> jimmy: very nice. >> justin: it's true. >> jimmy: i'm not sure it's my style. do you think maybe a custom-made suit is the way to go? >> that is definitely the way to go. >> jimmy: this custom-made suit is the way to go. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: what do you suggest? >> justin: well, we have just the fabric. >> oh, yes. this is the finest canadian goat's wool that money can buy. feel that. >> jimmy: wow, i am feeling it. >> feel how supple it is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm feeling it. >> justin: it's almost soft enough to eat. you can eat it, it's so soft. >> it is soft enough to eat. [ laughter ] this fabric is so soft, if you eat it, you could actually digest it. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] thank you. >> this will break down inside -- >> justin: it's like a probiotic. >> that's exactly right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it's amazing. it's almost like an actual goat caressing my face and trying to enter my mouth. [ laughter ] i feel it.
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>> would you like to smell it? >> jimmy: no, well, i did already. thank you guys so much. i would just like to have a suit made of that. that sounds fantastic. >> justin: okay. well, we work very quickly here. >> jimmy: oh. can you sing about how quickly you work? >> justin: oh, you want me to sing? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ i will make you a suit and tie i'mma sew it up for you tonight ♪ ♪ let me measure your inseam ♪ >> justin: seriously, let me measure your inseam. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: okay, you're going to measure my inseam right here? >> justin: yeah. i'm going to start down here at your foot. >> jimmy: all right. >> justin: and then i'll just move my way up the leg. >> jimmy: i appreciate this. it's a big event. >> justin: no problem. well, we got to get the fit right, you know. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: bicklesby club is -- [ cheers and applause ] very good. there you go! >> justin: yeah, we've got to get your inseam. >> jimmy: yeah, i think you -- >> for god's sake -- >> justin: right in your seam. >> lumberpond! >> justin: sorry, yes? >> you're making the customer uncomfortable. let me help you, sir. >> justin: yeah. here we go. we've just got to get -- [ laughter ] -- it's very important to get accurate -- >> almost got it here. [ cheers and applause ] hold very still. >> jimmy: be careful! be careful! [ laughter ] >> justin: yeah. >> jimmy: be careful! >> justin: yeah. >> jimmy: be careful, now. >> justin: just all the small details around them. >> jimmy: yeah, i think he got it. hey, it's kind of hot in here. anyone else hot? >> justin: is it? i feel fine. >> jimmy: can i maybe get a glass of water or something? >> justin: absolutely. i'll get that for you right away. >> dammit, lumberpond, get to work on the man's pants! i'll get you the water, sir. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: oh, you're going to it right there? >> justin: yeah, like i said, we work quickly around here. >> i'm just going to get you some water. >> jimmy: thank you so much. that's a little -- >> i'm pouring it. lumberpond, you idiot! >> jimmy: hold on, he didn't even do anything. >> justin: you're right, boss. >> would you please just craft the man's pants. >> justin: i'm sorry, the lemons in my -- the lemons got the best of me, boss. >> jimmy: all right. >> oh, i hate him. [ laughter ] >> here's your water, sir. >> jimmy: thank you very, very much. >> drink up! [ cheers and applause ] is that enough? do you want more? >> jimmy: just a little bit. spilling some. [ laughter ] >> is that enough? you look parched. [ laughter ] >> justin: have a little more. there you go. oh, there you go. >> there we go. >> justin: you've got a little -- >> jimmy: oh, i got it. thank you. you guys are really -- that's enough water. >> lumberpond, would you like something to drink? >> justin: i'm fine.
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>> jimmy: everyone gets a drink. [ cheers ] everyone gets a drink. everyone gets a sip. >> even you. [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're chugging it. chug, chug, chug, chug. >> well, while lumberpond is finishing the suit, would you like to pick out a tie, sir? >> jimmy: this is a little embarrassing, but i don't know how to tie a tie. >> i'm happy to show you. >> jimmy: can you sing something about that? [ laughter ] >> justin: oh, you want me to sing? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ let's see here. ♪ he'll show you how to tie a tie tie it all around your neck tonight ♪ ♪ let him show you a few things ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. so you flip this side over this -- >> jimmy: yep. >> and there. >> jimmy: it's hard to get that other one.
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>> this is called a foreign hand. here we go. >> justin: there we go. >> jimmy: this is called -- >> justin: could you please keep your chin up. he's having -- there you go. keep your chin up. [ laughter ] you have to keep your chin up. >> jimmy: my chin is up. >> you're making this very difficult. >> jimmy: i'm not making this very difficult. >> justin: just let my partner do his job. >> thank you very much. >> justin: there we go. [ laughter ] wow, customer 12 is really bringing sexy back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> and, voila! >> jimmy: it's beautiful. [ cheers and applause ] absolutely, it's beautiful. that looks fantastic. >> wait, let me get a dimple in it. there we go! >> jimmy: i'm so glad i came here to parvis & lumberpond. >> justin: yes, you are. >> jimmy: i can't wait for my new suit. how about a three-way high five?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an academy award nominated actress, who stars opposite halle berry in the scary new movie "the call," which is in theaters this friday. please welcome back to the show, a talented young lady, one of our favorites, here's abigail breslin, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: abi bres! >> jimmy fallon.
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>> jimmy: come on, my pal. >> what's up? >> jimmy: how are you doing? welcome back! >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> jimmy: i want to let everyone know this. everyone knows you're a great actress. but also you've been recording music? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: this is very exciting. what made you start doing this? >> you know, i've always loved doing music, and i just did a movie -- well, not just, but a few years ago, i did a movie called "janie jones" i was here for. >> jimmy: i love that. i remember that. >> i played a singer/songwriter in that. so, i kind of started messing around. >> jimmy: yes, you knew like two chords. >> yeah, i knew an "e" and an "a." >> jimmy: now do you know more than two or all your songs only two chords. >> one chord actually. >> jimmy: one chord only. >> yeah. one chord. >> jimmy: that's all you need really. >> now i use four chords. >> jimmy: that's amazing, that's all you need. >> sometimes i'll go crazy with five. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: slow down, baby! slow down. >> slow down. but, yes, i've been writing and recording. >> jimmy: it's almost like the reverse of justin timberlake. >> exactly, well, yeah, i mean, he's a huge inspiration for that, you know, being a musician and then becoming an actor. it's like crazy. >> jimmy: he did a good job. >> it's nerve racking. but, it's really fun. >> jimmy: when can we hear it?
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when are we due? >> hopefully in the next month or two, i have some songs coming out. and then i actually have a song that i wrote that's going into a movie that i did called "final girl." >> jimmy: oh, really? so this song will be in the movie? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's major. congratulations. [ talking over each other ] >> yeah, very exciting. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's awesome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i love that you're doing that. and i love you're doing these new, different movies, you're stretching from "little miss sunshine." >> you know, trying, a little bit. >> jimmy: you're not 9-years-old anymore. >> unfortunately, no. >> jimmy: you're a 16-year-old. you're still adorable. very pretty. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're doing this movie, "the call," it's scary. >> it's pretty terrifying. >> jimmy: do you want to tell people what it's about? >> yeah, i play a girl named casey and she's basically just a typical teenage girl and she ends up going to the mall and gets kidnapped. and then she has to, you know, make a phone call from the trunk of a car that she's thrown into and she has to make a phone call to 911. and halle berry picks up and it's kind of about that.
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[ light laughter ] it's actually halle berry plays herself in the movie. >> jimmy: yeah, halle berry is a 911 operator. [ laughter ] >> surprise! >> jimmy: in this economy, yeah. surprise is what she says when you call 911. that would be the worst if you called 911 and heard, "surprise! it's me, a celebrity!" [ impersonating trump ] "hi, it's donald trump, welcome to celebrity 911." [ laughter ] what is happening? he's like -- [ as travolta ] "it's john travolta i swear to god. it's 911 over here." >> no, it would be especially terrifying if it was me. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's abigail breslin and halle berry in the new movie "the call" in theaters firday. >> yeah, i can. >> is there any way you can break it out? [ banging ] good work. i need you to stick your arm out and wave it, wave it, wave it, okay? >> okay. >> 911, what is your emergency? >> someone's stuck in the trunk
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of the car in front of me. >> yo, i got her! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go! go see abigail breslin and halle berry in "the call" this weekend. justin timberlake performs next. see you after the break, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest will release his new album "the 20/20 experience," on march 19th. he's here tonight to perform the song, "let the groove get in." live for the first time with a
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little help from the roots. please welcome back, justin timberlake! ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ come on, shake like you know
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you got something to prove little mama ♪ ♪ move, like the groove's taking over you make no mistake you're in the place ♪ ♪ to be by far so let's get crazy like we ain't never gon' see tomorrow come on ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ ♪ shake, like you know you got nothing to lose make it move girl you know ♪ ♪ what we came to do make no mistake you're in the place to be by far ♪ ♪ so let's get crazy like we ain't never gon' see tomorrow come on ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable
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right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ cause when the groove gets on ooh it's on and if you need some lead take mine ♪ ♪ cause when the groove gets on ooh it's on so let's have the night of our lives ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ are you comfortable right there right there
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let the groove get in there there right there ♪ ♪ cause when the groove gets on ooh it's on and if you need some lead take mine ♪ ♪ cause when the groove gets on ooh it's on so let's have the night of our lives ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ all night long let the groove get in all night long you can let the ♪
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♪ groove get in all night long let the groove get in all night long ♪ ♪ you can let the groove get in all night long you can let the ♪ ♪ groove get in all night long let the groove get in all night long ♪ ♪ hey baby come on you can let the groove get in all night long ♪ ♪ let the groove get in all night long you can let the groove get in ♪ ♪ i know that you want to but you won't admit it i know that you want to but you won't admit it ♪ ♪ let the groove get in all night long you can let the groove get in ♪ ♪ let the groove get in all night long you can let the groove get in ♪ ♪ all night long let the groove get in all night long you can let the ♪
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♪ groove get in all night long let the groove get in all night long ♪ ♪ you can let the groove get in you're a shining star no matter who you are ♪ ♪ shining bright to see what you could truly be you're a shining star no matter who you are ♪ ♪ shining bright to see what you could truly be what you could truly be ♪ >> give it up for the roots! give it up for the tennessee kids! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's the way you do it! that's the way you do it! justin timberlake! "the 20/20 experience" is in stores on march 19th.
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that was fun. my thanks to steve carell, abigail breslin, michael mcdonald. [ cheers and applause ] and justin timberlake, once again, everybody! stay tuned for carson daly. thank you so much! have a great night! hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ >> carson: hey, i'm carson daly, and you are watching "last call" from bar chloe in santa monica. thanks for being here. tonight, we turn you on to "the dinner party download," a show that features food, culture and conversation. we'll also make a stop at the fonda for one of our favorite indie rock bands of the moment, walk the moon. but first, it's time to sit down with one of this country's most acclaimed chefs. tom colicchio is an author, restaurant owner, five-time james beard award winner and "top chef" head judge.
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most recently, he executive produced and appeared in a documentary about hunger in america called "a place at the table." for more, here's my time with the great tom colicchio. >> carson: when you come in to l.a., do you pop in on a craft? do you go in unannounced to check on the prep? >> they know i'm here. >> carson: they do? >> oh, yeah. they all know. >> carson: you should come in radio silent. >> no, they know i'm here. i try. >> carson: do you walk in and just bust chops? like, look at that! >> no, no, no, no. never. they're all doing the right thing. ♪ >> carson: "a place at the table" is a great documentary. a lot of people are talking about an important issue of hunger here in the states. laura, your wife, is a filmmaker. did she come to you with this idea for this film? >> well, what happened is -- the answer's yes -- the short answer. the long answer -- for the last 25 years -- >> carson: she's your wife, and you just do what you're told. >> exactly, yes. came home, said i want to do a film on hunger. and i was like, "okay, honey." does that mean i'm not cooking tonight? for the last 25 years as a chef, i've been raising money for hunger related issues, whether it's working with share our strength or varies food banks -- meals on wheels. and -- so, that was kind of happening and then, probably around 5-6 years ago, my wife wa mentoring a young girl and we'd

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