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tomorrow night, vanessa hudgens will be here. but jimmy fallon happening right now, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6a in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. d here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, get ready. oh, get ready. oh. oh, get ready. it is a good one tonight. it is a good one tonight. it's a good one tonight.
that's what i'm talking about everybody. hot crowd. welcome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." you guys feeling good tonight? [ cheers and applause ] welcome, everybody. all right. it's going to be a fun show tonight. here's what people are talking about. it's more trouble for new jersey governor chris christie. he's had a rough week. he's now being accused of using superstorm sandy relief money to produce a new jersey tourism commercial starring his family. it got even been worse when the ad said, "come to new jersey, but make sure you fly because traffic is going to be a bitch." [ laughter ] you don't have to do that. but chris christie is determined to do his job as governor. just today, he proposed a longer school day for children in his state. in fairness, kids in new jersey probably need a longer day since their buses spend three hours stuck on a bridge. [ cheers and applause ] they get to school andet home.
some more political news. a new report found that more than half of the people who have signed up for obamacare are older than 45. which is no big deal, until you find out they were 25 when they first tried to log on to the website. [ cheers and applause ] and this is cool. this week, beyonce wrote an essay online where she calls for women and men to be paid the same amount. [ cheers and applause ] when they heard that, men were like, "sweet, we'd love to get paid as much as beyonce." we should have done this last year. that's a great idea. that's a great idea. well, last night was the second episode of "the bachelor" over on abc. do you guys watch "the bachelor?" [ cheers ] so, it was the second episode and amy, chantel and victoria were all sent home at the end of the episode. [ audience aws ] actually, i didn't see them. i'm just guessing that's what their names were. there was a chantel in there
somewhere. no, that is true. victoria was sent home because she got drunk during the group date and locked herself in the bathroom. she's like, "my family is going to be so embarrassed." and her family said, "already there, hon. already there. [ laughter ] don't worry about it." [ applause ] she got drunk and locked herself in the bathroom. yep, the producers said that is not the type of behavior they want on "the bachelor." and then bravo was like, "we'll take her." [ laughter and applause ] she could be a housewife. can she start next week? but if you missed last nights episode of "the bachelor," don't worry because here to re-enact the scene with actual lines from the show, is mark and tariq from the roots. guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, jimmy. tonight i'll be playing victoria. a 24-year-old legal assistant from brazil who loves to party. >> and i'll be playing nicki, a 26-year-old pediatric nurse from missouri with a big heart.
>> jimmy: well, whenever you're ready. ♪ >> you need to tone it down. >> why? >> i think everyone thinks you're a little hammered and crazy right now. >> i had not even, like, one glass of champagne. [ laughter ] i just want to be -- i just want me some juan pablo time. >> look, i'm just trying to give you a heads up. >> well, if juan pablo ends up being mine, i'm going to straddle him every day. because that's what life is about. straddling people. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks, guys.
mark and tariq, everyone. mark and tariq from the roots. thank you. i think they saw you bow the first three times. very nice. thank you so much, guys. take care. keep bowing. pope francis is back in the news. i saw that he's going to auction off a motorcycle that was given to him as a gift last year. which is a shame, because if we had a pope who rode a harley davidson, i'd go to church every day. that was like -- that was so rad. [ laughter ] he could have his own gang -- not going to hell's angels. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: i don't know how the pope would feel about this guy. the san francisco 49ers just beat the carolina panthers in the nfl playoffs, and before the game, a pastor in montana who is a huge 49ers fan and wanted to make sure he was home in time to watch.
check out his service on sunday. >> you may not be aware but there is a football game started in a few moments. not that i have any vested interest in this game or the outcome of the game whatsoever but i was thinking we might have an abbreviated service, so if you just want to follow with me a little bit. would you all like to be forgiven for your sins? >> yes. >> okay. that's great, you are. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! tebow prayed more than that when he was playing football. [ laughter ] that was very fun. well, this is kind of interesting. a new study found out that couples that don't have kids end up having happier marriages. so, to anyone whose parents got divorced, yes, it was your fault. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what?
i told you. >> jimmy: i guess that, due to budget cuts, next month prisons in mississippi will stop offering conjugal visits for inmates. so, if you see an inmate carving a hole into the wall, he's -- [ laughter ] -- he's not necessarily trying to escape. let's just say that. that's what i'm saying. [ laughter ] and finally, i saw this online today, this is amazing security camera footage from california of an accident at a golf shop. everybody's fine. but, it was pretty crazy. take a look at this. >> yeah, yeah. that's just about at the hill. [ crash ] [ laughter ] >> hey, ron. >> hey, billy. >> that hurt. [ laughter and applause ]
>> jimmy: on the bright side, now he's got a great handicap. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, we have a big show tonight. we have a gigantic show tonight. he's a living legend. ♪ one of the greatest artists of all time. ♪ he's got both the rhythm and the rhyme. ♪ he is the boss -- ♪ the apple sauce -- ♪ he's the six across -- it was a crossword puzzle joke. his new album "high hopes" is out today. ♪ you better not delay. ♪ he's gonna talk and play. ♪
bruce springsteen and the e street band! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: bruce stringsteen is here tonight. oh, my goodness. last time they were here -- you get the e. street band in a building like this size, it's an intimate show. these are seats that people -- we had lines around the block. everyone is dying for tickets for this show. and it is packed with people who just want to see him. and he comes out to this tiny stage. we have 180 seats or something here. the last time they were here, the e. street band, they get together, they put a dent in the stage. they blew the roof off this place. they rocked so hard. we measured it. the stage is an inch lower -- >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: than it was -- yeah. than it was before they came.
they rocked that hard. they are absolutely insane. get ready, it is a great show and it's a great record. [ cheers and applause ] out today. hey, guys. it's time to take the stories making headlines today. and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for pros and cons. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we will be taking a look at the pros and cons of being on "the bachelor." the reality show is about finding love. it's now in its 18th season with a bunch of ladies trying to win the heart of the man they call juan pablo. ♪ so, let's take a look at the pros and cons of being on "the bachelor." here we go. pro, juan pablo hopes to find the one thing that has eluded him all of these years -- con, a last name. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's good. >> jimmy: two first names. juan and pablo.
>> steve: john paul. >> jimmy: pro, having one-on-one time with juan pablo. con, or, as he calls it, juan on juan time. [ laughter ] had to do it. >> steve: had to do it. >> jimmy: had to do that one. >> steve: you had to do that. you didn't want to. >> jimmy: pro, juan pablo is a former professional soccer player. con, he keeps asking if you want to take a romantic stroll! [ light laughter ] pro, the show features 27 women all hoping for the same thing. con, to make it to the final two, get dumped and then become the next season's "bachelorette." [ applause ] yeah! that is where the money is. that is where the fun is. pro, the series has spawned different versions of "the bachelor" in other countries, con, such as north korea's "single man, marry him or die." great show. [ laughter ] >> steve: good show. >> jimmy: great show. >> steve: fantastic show. >> jimmy: pro, you could find the woman you'll spend the rest of your life with.
con, come on. [ laughter ] get real. pro, meeting the bachelor and engaging in small talk. con, getting intimate with the bachelor and engaging in "wow, that's even smaller than i thought talk." [ laughter ] >> steve: that's cold. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, seeing the bachelor get down on one knee and say the words you've always dreamed of hearing. con, will you appear on the cover of people magazine with me next week under the headline "it's over." there you go. that's some pros and cons. we'll be right back with more late night and bruce springsteen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this is like having thanksgiving every day.
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>> very funny. >> jimmy: yeah. welcome back, bruce springsteen. oh, my god. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: i've got to say, the '80s look on bruce still looks good. >> bruce: it's a good look? >> jimmy: yeah, a good look right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> we had a little push-up contest going backstage because we, you know, had to get the look right. >> jimmy: i was going to -- because i didn't tell you, because your arms are so jacked. i got my wimpy comedian arms. [ laughter ] i did, like, 100 push-ups. but we do one earlier -- i don't even know if we had it. and you out push-uped me. look. in rehearsal. but you out-push-upped me and i couldn't do it. just broke down. you beat me. you killed me right there. you done kill me. oh, my god, it was so fun. thanks for doing that. i was looking through all
different stuff about you and all this stuff. this year i think marks 50 years of you playing music. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: isn't that weird? isn't that amazing? it doesn't seem like that's correct. >> when i started first of all, i was always told i was born at just the right time, because there was only ten years of rock music when i picked up the guitar. so it'd be like there only being music from 2004 until now is all the pop music that existed. pop rock music. >> jimmy: wow. a lot of gangnam style covers. [ laughter ] >> so i picked up the guitar kind of right -- i was sort of -- we were that second and a half generation after the beatles and the stones. so you had these incredible mentors. we had aa great body of work that has already been made where rock had been invented. and it was kind of a great moment to be 14 1/2, and diseased and depressed, you know? [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: yeah. >> there was no better time, because you had so much to take you out there. >> jimmy: what would you play at 14 1/2, what would you do? >> we played -- the first place we played was a trailer park out on route 34. it's still there. and i drive by it and there was a little overhang and that is still -- everything is still there like it was -- i guess it was 1964. and then we'd play the elk's club. that's still there. >> jimmy: elk's club, that is a good gig. that's a good gig if you get the elk's club. >> it only cost you 35 cents to get in. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a good one. >> and the truth was nobody sang. everybody just played instrumental. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, at first -- pre-beatles, local bands were all like, the shadows and the ventures. everybody had suits and played just instrumental music. >> jimmy: and just jammed out. >> and so when i started, my ambitions were, there was a little town in manasquan, new jersey and there were these guys that would come down on sunday. and they would have a little guitar circle on the beach. and there would be about 30 of them. and it was kind of a folk music
boom, so they'd play a lot of folk music and "twist and shout" and a few pop songs. and i remember sitting there, if i could only ever just get good enough to be in that circle of guys and girls on sunday, i would have like, thought i died and gone to the beach boys live album heaven. [ light laughter ] so my goal was to be in that little circle, you know? >> jimmy: god, have you overachieved. [ laughter ] god, did you overachieve. oh my goodness. [ applause ] >> that's what desperation -- that's where desperation will take you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then i used to go see the bands like at cyo and high school and i used to stand in front of the band all night. and i didn't want to the lead singer. i didn't want to be the guy in front. i used to watch the rhythm guitar player. and this is the guy, he would just stand back and he would just play the chords. and i said i don't think i could be that guy, but i think if i really worked hard, i could be that guy. and i just want to be -- just a part of it. all i wanted to be was somehow a part of this thing that was setting my imagination on fire.
and that would have been summer of '64. >> jimmy: you could tell, though. you could tell that you enjoy what you're doing because i've seen you like everyone will tell you these stories. i saw you like ten times, i saw you 100 times. every show i've seen you, you put nothing but 100% into it and you're smiling and you're going for it and you're sweating and you're flying at one point. and i just read that recently you played a concert that was over four hours long. what is wrong with you, bruce springsteen? do you realize? do you realize you created a monster. [ cheers and applause ] you are a monster now. do you realize it was four hours that you've been playing? >> i didn't realize it. it was the last show, we were in helsinki, i think in -- and we'd been playing long, and it had been getting longer. and it was a beautiful day, and you were having a good time and people had requests. and i was about to call the show and max or somebody shouted,
"hey, man, 15 more minutes and it'll be four hours." [ laughter ] so i said, we got to make that. we've gotta make that. we -- >> jimmy: we gotta make the guinness book. >> we just came up with some more. you know, we come up with a few more songs. but it sort of happened by accident, and then of course. i went home and i was sick for the next ten days. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then you realized, i played over four hours. >> but we had a good time. generally three is good for our band. >> jimmy: and that was another thing i was going to ask you. sound check. i don't know if you guys know this, but at some concerts you are showing up at the concert at 8:30 and you show up at 5:30 and just come out on stage and play for the people who are there first. before the concert. [ cheers and applause ] what is wrong with you, bruce springsteen? you are uncontrollable. >> well first of all, i don't do any vocal exercises or anything -- like, patty is a very trained singer, and she'll be in the room sometimes next to me and being --
♪ oooh making a lot of very unusual sounds. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's a werewolf. >> and she'll say, i'm telling you, you should be doing these vocal warm-ups. but i've never done any, so what i'll do is, i'll and come out early and it actually helps warm up my voice. and also those are the kids that have been there for like -- sometimes for days. and so you have the early group of people in the early afternoon who may have been sitting outside for two days, three days. certainly all night. and i come out and sing a few acoustic songs. i just enjoy it, you know? there's no awards for duration. some of the greatest, greatest rock performances have been 10 minutes long, three minutes long. 20 minutes. jackie wilson played for 20 mintues. if it's not the time in your life, it is the life in your time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: more memorable quotes from bruce springsteen when we get back.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we are hanging with my man bruce springsteen right now. my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] bruce! do you ever wish your name was like, jay. so people were like, yay! [ laughter ] here we go. "high hopes" is the new record here. [ cheers and applause ] and this is the covers -- cover songs, a lot of unreleased songs that you just have old back catalogues full of a bunch of songs. >> yeah, it was basically, i have a lot of different projects i would work on at once. and sort of a lot of songs looking for homes, and tom morello who's working with us on this tour -- that's fantastic. >> -- suggested "high hopes" from b-side we done a long time ago. and something happened we played it and we cut it in sydney, australia along with another song off the record.
and suddenly with his infusion and then a group of songs that i had that i've been wanting to release, you know, a record then turns out. >> jimmy: has there ever been a song that you think you captured perfectly. you produced it, like, "oh, we got it this time?" >> usually if you catch even -- unfortunately, there is a lot of songs you don't catch. as a matter of fact, writing is failing 90% of the time. if you put out 12 songs every two years, what are you doing the rest of the time, unfortunately. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly right. you're writing songs that aren't on albums. >> you're writing a long of stinkers, or not so good. so occasionally, something happens. "born to run" certainly was one where we -- i worked really hard. i got the lyrics the way i wanted to. we were in the studio at 8:00 a.m. in the morning. the door is locked. we'd been there for several days. the next session is banging on the door to get in. there is no computerized mixing, and so you have six guys with
their hands over each other's shoulders on the board. >> jimmy: no way. >> you run the tape, and everything has to get everything -- their voice, you take the sax, you take the voice. you get the guitar when the solo comes up. bring the drums down here. you have one shot to do it. we did it and the guys came in and they threw us out. we went home and the record company wanted more voice on it. we went back in and could never get it again. it's only that one mix that sounds the way it does. and it was just one of those sort of, somebody up there likes me moments. that was one where -- when i went home, i said, that sounds just the way in wanted it to. usually, it's a struggle. >> jimmy: you have the most die hard fans in the world. we asked fans on twitter if they had any questions. [ applause ] i know you love them, you take care of them. we asked them on twitter. were you ever a die hard fan of anyone? >> i still am. there's always sort of the big three or four or five people who -- from my generation, the
stones, beatles, dylan. but then there's a lot of the clash, i became a huge fan of. just a lot of great music out there. today, you know, i tend to find there is less great albums, but there's enormous amount of great music that very few people hear because there is so much going on out there. but, yeah, no, i still am. at 3:00 a.m. i'm -- >> jimmy: looking through -- >> yeah, that's what i'm doing. trying to find something that lights me up. >> jimmy: how fun is that. all right, here is the first twitter question from your @yourgo1960, so that name's taken. [ laughter ] he said, "you've written so many great songs, but have you heard a song written by someone else and thought 'man, i wish i wrote that?'" >> that always happens. there are classics that other people have written. though if you had written them and you sung them, they wouldn't be as good. "like a rolling stone," or "satisfaction." if i sang those songs --
because writing a song is one thing then you have to inhabit it. >> jimmy: right. >> and that's just something -- it's internal, it has to be in you. and you can always go like, "oh man, i wish i'd written that." but if you'd written it, it still wouldn't be what it is. because there is something about the way -- dylan's great music, work was always that. people always said the lyrics, the lyrics. but really, it was so much more the way the band sounded very often and the thinness of his voice, the way he used it. the very sound of those records challenged you, as did the punk records when they first came out. the sound of them challenged you and woke you up. before you even got involved and it was a huge part of their content. so i hack away, come up with what i can. >> jimmy: so you are not saying miley's version of "wrecking ball" is better or worse? [ laughter ] >> no actually, i'm a miley
cyrus fan ♪ we can't stop i thought that was a great pop record. >> jimmy: me too, i love that. >> great pop record. >> jimmy: we're the same. [ laughter ] this one is from @mattcgshay, "how do you feel about jimmy fallon's impersonation of you? do you feel it's accurate?" [ light laughter ] >> you actually do me better than me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i will take that. i love that. [ applause ] >> i'm going to put you on the road doing just what you were doing before. we'll get an entire phony e. street band behind you. >> jimmy: a second career, i love it. >> then i won't have to work anymore. >> jimmy: oh, my god. no way. >> i'll sit behind the desk. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. it's a pretty hard job though, back there. sometimes we do the show for like an hour. it's really, really hard. it's really hard. all right, let me ask you one more here. this is from @therealroberts, a very serious question. "would you rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse sized duck?"
[ laughter ] >> wait a minute. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's really thinking about it. >> well, i have an answer. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> well i have some horses, so i know what they're about. and a duck will kick your ass if you're not careful. if you get too close to it. so i would rather fight -- if there were 100 duck sized horses, they may not fight. they work in concert with people really well. [ laughter ] whereas -- >> jimmy: i can't believe you thought about this. >> a huge duck would [ bleep ] you up. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bruce springsteen! "high hopes" is in stores today. he performs with the e. street band when we get back. come on back, everybody [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ monday morning runs to sunday night screaming slow me down before the new year dies ♪ ♪ well it won't take much to kill a loving smile and every mother with a baby criying in her ♪ ♪ singing give me help give me strength ♪ give a soul a night of fearless sleep ♪ ♪ give me love give me peace ♪ don't you know these days you pay for everything ♪ ♪ got high hopes i got high hopes got high hopes
i got high hopes ♪ ♪ coming from the city coming from the wild i see a breathless army breaking like a cloud ♪ ♪ they're gonna smother love they're gonna shoot your hopes before the meek inherit they'll learn to hate themselves ♪ ♪ give me help give me strength give me a soul of night of peerless sleep ♪ ♪ give me love give me peace don't you know these days you pay for everything ♪ ♪ got high hopes i got high hopes i got high hopes i got high hopes ♪
give me strength give a soul a night of fearless sleep ♪ ♪ give me love give me peace don't you know these days you pay for everything ♪ ♪ got high hopes got high hopes i got high hopes got high hopes ♪ ♪ ♪ tell me someone what's the price buy some time and maybe live my life ♪ ♪ i wanna have a wife i wanna have some kids i wanna look in their eyes and know they'll stand a chance ♪ ♪ give me help
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bruce springsteen and the e street band! they are gonna play another song after the break. come on back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. [ male announcer ] you say tomato. ♪ old el paso says diced tomato stand 'n stuff chicken tacos.
♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ there is a woman waiting at the well drawing water beneath the desert sky blue ♪ ♪ she said it'll heal the blind raise the dead cure the sickness out of you ♪ ♪ come on men of gideon come on all men of saul come on sons of abraham waiting outside heaven's wall ♪ ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ and together
we'll walk into canaan land raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ he saw a watcher at the city gates jonah in the belly of the whale ♪ ♪ he watched you walk your ragged mile ♪ his mercy did not fail ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ and together we'll walk into canaan land raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la ♪ ♪
raise your hand ♪ ♪ raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ ♪ together we'll walk into canaan land raise your hand raise your hand raise your hand ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that is the way to do it. it overtakes you like a wave. bruce springsteen and the e street band. "high hopes" in stores now. visit latenightwithjimmyfallon.com for an exclusive bonus performance. my thanks to bruce springsteen and the e street band. [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night the roots, ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye, bye everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> carson: hey, what's up everybody? i'm carson daly. it is "last call," and tonight we are going to present killer music from live nation's avalon. we got a snapshot on the band run river north and right now, the strongest man in the history of theorld. kellen lutz shot to fame as one of the stars of the insanely popular "twilight" franchise. and today, he returns to the big screen as the title character in the epic blockbuster in "the legend of hercules." for more, we go to la boheme for tonight's spotlight. ♪ >> in scenes with six gladiators, you can watch some movies where, you know, you're fighting six men, and most of the time you're seeing wideshots of like gladiators just waiting for their time to go in.