tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC February 7, 2018 11:34pm-12:38am PST
you know what that is? that's a zip line. as is tradition, the torch has been touring the host country for nearly 100 days. hopefully there's no injuries there. we know who will be carrying the flag for team usa in the opening ceremony. four-time olympian erin hamlin, a luger, was chosen by team members. she was the first u.s. athlete to win a medal in the singles luge in the 2014 sochi olympics. our olympics watch party at the player sports grill, peer 39 -- pier 39 in san francisco, for the opening certificate mope. see it right here with us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- sienna miller, tim tebow, musical guests
noel gallagher's high flying bi, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 818, like san fernando valley. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's how you do it! that is how you do it, right there. welcome, everybody! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome! welcome to "the tonight show!" [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: this is it, baby. i love it. so happy you're here. here's what people are talking about. did you guys hear about this?
apparently president trump wants to hold a big military parade in washington. yep, it would have tanks, airplanes and soldiers marching and at the end of the parade, trump would be like, "wait, where's santa?" [ laughter and applause ] i was looking at trump's schedule today and i saw that he's hosting a national prayer breakfast dinner. [ laughter ] i guess the only way you can get trump to attend an event is by having two meals in the title. and you go like -- [ applause ] "tomorrow i'm hosting a charity brunch/lunch." [ laughter ] but get this, you guys, the trump administration is thinking about adding work requirements and raising rent for people living in public housing. americans are like, "great, let's start with the white house." >> steve: ho! hey oh! [ applause ] >> jimmy: perfect. this is going viral. did you see this clip of trump boarding air force one? did you see this? >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: we've all seen the wind do some crazy things to donald trump's hair, but nothing quite like this. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: take a look. this is real.
[ laughter ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: yeah, all right, yeah, yeah, watch. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: did his head just flash me? >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: i mean i have no idea what i just saw. [ cheers and applause ] what did i just see? >> steve: 'cause it's pixelated. >> jimmy: is anyone else kind of relieved that there wasn't a a face on the back of his head? 'cause it was like -- [ laughter ] this is pretty cool, though. elon musk, that dude's interesting. >> steve: oh, come on. >> jimmy: i like what he did. he just does crazy -- i love that guy. so he wants to send humans to mars, so he just launched an unmanned rocket that was the biggest ever to make it into space. and he said that it would either be a success or a great fireworks display. [ laughter ] which is also what my dad says whenever he deep fries a a turkey. he's like, "hold on to your eyebrows!" [ applause ] the big news back on earth is that kylie jenner finally announced the name of her baby. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. it is stormi with an "i" --
>> steve: oh. >> jimmy: yeah. which means her next three kids will be named sunny, cloudy, and chance of meatballs. [ applause ] you guys, valentine's day is coming up, and i saw that two restaurants here in new york city were just named on "open table's," "100 most romantic restaurants in america." [ audience oohs ] they picked the river cafe in brooklyn. and then long shot is chili's too at laguardia. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] wow! well, this is kind of crazy, a a new study finds mcdonald's french fries can actually help cure baldness. so it's a great choice for guys. skinny and bald or fat and hairy? [ laughter ] [ applause ] finally, i heard that a girl scout in san diego is being investigated for selling cookies outside a marijuana dispensary. [ laughter ] if it's true, she'll be given the badge for smartest girl scout ever. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪
>> 2018, yo! 2018! it's time for you to stop sitting around right now. come on, get up and dance! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! that's how you -- that is exactly what you need. that's what you need. that's how you do it right there. that is multiple grammy award winning artist tye tribbett sitting in with the roots tonight. yes!
looking good, buddy. >> thank you sir, thank you sir. >> jimmy: his album "the bloody win" is available now. thank you so much for being here and bringing all your good vibes and energy. we love you. >> thanks for having 'em and god bless you, jimmy. thank you. god bless. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, this is kind of cool news. i want to quickly mention something we're doing for the olympics, starting february 19th, we'll be airing special five-minute versions of "the tonight show." we're calling it "the fallon five." and we're going to do -- every single night after primetime coverage to go watch all your favorite olympic events and then after that, you can watch us to get caught up with some jokes, celebrity guests. lots of other stuff planned. february 19th through the 23rd, look for us every night. very exciting. that's what we're doing. [ cheers and applause ] we're on during the olympics. yeah. >> jimmy: guys, we have a great show tonight. she stars in the stage production of "cat on a hot tin roof." it's being released in movie theaters around the world, february 22nd. sienna miller is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh, oh! >> jimmy: i love sienna miller!
>> steve: she's delightful. >> jimmy: she's the best. we're going to talk with sienna miller and then she and i are going to do a "lip flip." >> steve: ew. >> jimmy: yeah, plus, besides being an amazing athlete, he is hosting an incredible event this friday called "night to shine." tim tebow is stopping by. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we have great music tonight. oh, i love them. noel gallagher's high flying bi are on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] that's noel. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and that's his birds >> steve: oh, they're high-flying. >> jimmy: they're pretty high-flying. >> steve: they are. perfect formation, too. >> jimmy: is that the grand canyon? no, mars? >> steve: could be. [ laughter ] mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's cold. >> steve: yeah, it's cold as hell. >> jimmy: that's not noel. let me see this. no, that's not noel, that's -- you can't see where noel is, that's not him.
he's taking the photo. [ laughter ] >> steve: you think he's taking the photo? is that him lying down? is that a silhouette of his -- see him laying down there -- there's his hair. yeah, there, now -- now you're -- >> jimmy: can you zoom out a a little bit. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: like that's his nose? >> steve: yep. [ laughter ] eyes, yeah -- >> jimmy: that's noel. >> steve: yep, he grew a beard. >> jimmy: he grew a beard and this is people living on the surface of noel gallagher's body? >> steve: yeah. kind of like a microbiome kind of thing. >> jimmy: that was originally -- the original title. >> steve: what? "people living on the surface?" >> jimmy: "people living on the surface of noel gallagher's body." [ laughter ] >> steve: but then they just changed it to hot -- >> jimmy: they changed it back to this, it's called, "who built the moon?" >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: "fallon five!" >> jimmy: "fallon five," five minutes, randomly, throughout the olympics. [ laughter ] >> steve: a second here, second here, you don't know when it's going to be. >> jimmy: it's a total. five minutes total. >> steve: yeah, but they don't tell you when. >> jimmy: no, february 19th through the 23rd. >> steve: monday through friday. >> jimmy: it's a gamble. it's like a scratch off lottery ticket. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know if we're going to win, but you've got to be in it to win it, man. i'll be in the building ready to go. >> steve: you got to -- >> jimmy: i've got my tie on, i got my hair all slicked back, ready to go.
and if they call on me, i'm ready to tell jokes. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i'm here for you, man. i'm going for the gold, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: all right, comedy gold, comedy gold, "fallon five." [ applause ] >> jimmy: guys -- i thought you were getting into a song or something. >> questlove: yeah, i did too. >> jimmy: okay. >> steve: sorry. >> jimmy: hey, guys, you know how they say a picture is worth a thousand words? well, it's also worth one meme. i'll show what i'm talking about. it's time for "this week in memes." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this week in memes this week in memes yeah ♪ >> jimmy: first up, let's take a look at this photo of donald trump. this meme is called "when you're parallel parking and hear that crunch sound." [ applause ] >> steve: oh! oh. >> jimmy: next we have a photo of vladimir putin. his meme is called "when you eat the rocky road too fast." [ applause ] >> steve: brain freeze. >> jimmy: brain freeze. [ laughter ] here's a classic photo of two dogs. [ audience aws ] their meme says, "when dat uber driver got too much cologne
on." and you go -- [ laughter ] >> steve: roll the window down. >> jimmy: here's another photo of donald trump. [ laughter ] his meme says, "when everybody's proud you sang the whole alphabet by yourself." [ applause ] here's a photo of german chancellor angela merkel. her meme says, "when bae say he workin' and comes home covered in glitter." oh, boy. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: no, no, nein, nein, nein. >> jimmy: next up is a photo of a panda. >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: this meme says, "when you remove the last pringle at the bottom of the can without breaking it." [ applause ] oh, yeah, success! >> steve: pringles. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: pringle. >> jimmy: what did you say? >> steve: i said. ♪ pringles [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like "blurred lines?" ♪ pringles
why are you nodding yes for? it makes no sense. "blurred lines" doesn't rhyme with "pringles." >> questlove: or poison. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> steve: oh, yeah. ♪ that girl is pringles pringles my hand is right in the can nobody can eat just one ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ once you pop you can't stop from the bottom to the top ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: next we have one more photo of trump. his meme is called, "when you tryin' to leave, but your hair tryin' to stay." [ laughter ] [ applause ] "come on, all right, all right, let's work together." and finally, here's a photo of kim jong-un. his meme says, "ermhagerd! erf yer herpy and yer kner ert, clerp yer hernds."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: victory! >> victory! >> jimmy: got the victory! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: i heard ya snuck it in, 'cause the eagles win. >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> philly! philly! philly! >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. it is time for "tonight show" kid letters." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tonight show kid letters kid letters tonight show ♪ >> jimmy: now, we get letters from kids all over the world. they send us ideas, jokes, suggestions for the show. they're always great. i wanted to share some with you, right now. these are real letters from real kids. we did not make this up. our first kid letter comes from brady. he's 11 years old. and he says, from brady to
jimmy fallon. "do you have to sign a contract every year, or every five years? how do you get money? do you have a big house?" [ laughter and applause ] i'll stop you right there, brady. i think you need to talk to my agent. [ light laughter ] and get that -- personal questions. this next one from caitlin, age 7. "dear jimmy fallon, i think you're really funny. my mom is a big fan. here is what you would look like with a big head and a a small body." [ light laughter ] there's the drawing right there. [ laughter and applause ] not that far off. yeah. she included a joke. it says, "knock, knock. who's there? jimmy. jimmy, who? jimmy some food, i'm starving." how's that? [ laughter ] >> steve: because your body is so tiny. >> jimmy: pretty good. this one is from benjamin, age 10. it says, "dear jimmy, i love your show and i challenge you to a dance-off. invite me to your studio and i could beat you in a dance-off. here's a picture of our dance-off. you are sweating and i'm still going." [ laughter ] look at this. can we see picture? look at the picture. [ laughter ]
this one is from izzy, age 12. it says, "what's up? my name's from izzy, i'm from england, u.k., and i love your show. no offense, i've never watched the full show. [ light laughter ] don't worry, it's not your fault. it's just that in the u.k. we don't have american talk shows unless we pay. so once again, no offense, not worth the money." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what? izzy! what? izzy-burn. >> jimmy: yeah. "got to get going. nice talking to you, bye." thank you, izzy. no -- no offense taken. >> steve: no. [ english accent ] >> jimmy: not worth the money. >> steve: not worth it. >> jimmy: no, thank you. [ light laughter ] >> steve: izzy. >> jimmy: this one is from elliot, age 7. it says, "hey, jimmy, look under there." okay, under where? [ light laughter ] it says, "ha-ha, i made you say underwear. that is a grape joke." [ light laughter ] [ applause ] that is a pretty grape joke. this last one's from mayah, she's 5 years old.
it says from mayah to jimmy. "i wish you were super, super funny." [ light laughter ] "you are super funny, but i want you to be funnier." [ laughter ] "you could be funnier by doing silly dance movements." let's look at the drawing of the dancing she's got me doing there. [ laughter ] i think i could pull that dance move off -- for you, mayah. roots, can you give me some silly dance music? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's all the time we have for kid letters. thank you to all the kids who send letters. you want to see yours on the show, just email them to email@example.com. stick around. we'll be right back with sienna miller. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight stars in the play "cat on a hot tin roof," which is being shown in movie theaters around the world on february 22nd. everyone, please welcome, sienna miller! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. sienna -- >> hi, jimmy. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i love having you here. >> i love being here. >> jimmy: i don't know if you know this, but >> jimmy: i'm going to be at the olympics. [ laughter ] >> you're on the olympics. >> jimmy: well, i'm on the olympics. yes, thank you. >> competing? >> jimmy: no, i'm not really competing.
against myself. >> okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: competing against myself. february 19th through the 23rd. i'm lucky enough -- >> doing what? doing what? >> jimmy: nbc let me have five minutes of time. >> five minutes? >> jimmy: five random minutes to do whatever i'd like to do. >> in one go, or spread out? >> jimmy: no, that's the question. i didn't read -- i didn't read the contract. are you excited about the olympics? do you care about the olympics? >> yeah, i do care -- i love watching the olympics. >> jimmy: you do? >> winter olympics, yes. >> jimmy: did you ever compete in a sport? >> i did. i once snuck on to a ski team at school. >> jimmy: i was going to say you look like a skier. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> no, no, no, i wasn't. i couldn't ski. >> jimmy: you snuck on. >> the way to get on the team was to do a very fast time down a dry slope. and i wanted to go, because my best friend was on the team. so i just went straight. got on the team, like nailed it, on to the team. >> jimmy: you got the boots, you got the skis? you got the whole deal? >> i borrowed my mother's like '80s -- like a turquoise '80s sort of puffer thing, with like a pink diamond on the back. and got there and didn't really realize that this was a a professional thing. like, seriously high -- i could snowplow like that a little. >> jimmy: but did you have to go through the -- >> so there was like a ticker. but what happened was the
olympic bronze medalist at the time, chemmy alcott. i don't know if she's competing. she might -- she might have retired, 'cause we're a bit older now. but she was there. she had won a bronze medal. and you got paired against someone. and as luck would have it, i got paired against the olympic bronze medalist, chemmy alcott. i had a riding hat without the silk, and like a puffy suit. she had likra, like a a streamlined thing. a trainer rubbing her legs. i was like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a trainer rubbing her legs? [ light laughter ] >> i swear. i swear. i swear to god, this is a true story. and i remember looking over, and being like, "it's all right, it's all right." and she was like -- she was gone like a bullet out of a gun. i made it around the first turn -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> dropped a pole. >> like, made it with another one. i ended up falling on my face. there was a commentary. they were like, she's still going! i had -- [ laughter ] i swear to god -- >> jimmy: she is going to make it down the mountain. >> she's unbelievable. i went -- >> jimmy: she's snowballing down the mountain, getting bigger. it is an avalanche. >> i went on my face, and crossed the finish line on one ski and got a standing ovation. >> jimmy: yes! that's what i'm talking about! that's why you never quit!
[ cheers and applause ] that's why -- >> never quit, yeah. >> jimmy: you never quit. pal, talk to me about this. you just -- you took a trip to africa. >> yes. >> jimmy: what was this for again that you do? >> so, i went with this organization called the international medical corps, who are amazing. they do health care, and kind of nutrition. and they do everything for refugees in crisis zones. so there's this big disaster in nigeria with boko haram survivors, or people who have fled because of boko haram, the islamist extremist group. and so i went to visit some of their programs, which was incredible and -- >> jimmy: amazing, huh? >> yeah, brutal, and sad and sort of perspective-wise, just invaluable. >> jimmy: good for you for doing that. >> and it was amazing. but they're a great organization, so nice to talk about them. >> jimmy: yeah. i'm glad you do stuff like that, because every time you come on the show, we always joke around, we talk about -- >> i know, cooking. >> jimmy: talk about whatever. exactly, yeah. >> chickens. >> jimmy: yeah, you did 'cause we had chickens once. yeah. >> yeah, i remember. everybody knows. >> jimmy: uh, yeah, sorry. old stories to me. okay, move on. [ light laughter ] but then you come here, and you
go on broadway, you act like it's no big deal, and you just crush. and then you play in the east end in london -- >> east end? >> jimmy: west end. >> west end. >> jimmy: sorry, west end. >> west end, yes. >> jimmy: you watch "the eastenders" in -- >> together: in the west end. >> yes. >> jimmy: so, you're in the west end. you do this "cat on a hot tin roof" which is tennessee williams. >> yes. >> jimmy: crush it! you crush it. >> well -- >> jimmy: and the reviews -- ben brantley loved you. >> yeah, he's tough. >> jimmy: he doesn't like -- >> he's tough. >> jimmy: no, he's a toughie. "the new york times", man. we don't fool around here in new york. but then how did it end up, now it's in theaters? >> so they do this thing called "nt live." it's the national theatre, and they film plays. which is such a weird experience. >> jimmy: cool -- >> i mean it's amazing, because it means that people who don't go to theater can see a play. but when you're doing a play you never imagine -- like, it's different. you're kind of louder, and bigger, and, like -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> suddenly they're filming, so i don't know -- >> jimmy: you're playing to the house. >> i can't watch this. but it's -- they film the play, and it means that everybody can see shows that -- and it's a a one-night event. so it'll be -- >> jimmy: february 22nd. >> 2,500 screens across the world in one night. >> jimmy: it's cool. >> it's cool. it's cool. >> jimmy: 'cause you're playing for a theatre, not, you don't know who's -- >> yeah, so i mean it's a tv studio. >> jimmy: the world. >> i know.
>> jimmy: well, i can't wait to check it out. "cat on a hot tin roof." february 22nd, everybody. >> yeah, thank you. >> jimmy: sienna miller. [ cheers and applause ] when we come back, let's play a a game. sienna, and i are going to do a a "lip flip" when we come back. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ take a deeeep breath in... and... exhale... aflac! and a gentle wave-like motion... liberate your spine... aflac! and reach, toes blossoming... not that great at yoga ya but when i slipped a disc, he paid my claim in just one day. so he had your back? yup in just one day, we process, approve and pay. one day pay. only from aflac join t-mobile today, and get an unlimited family plan with netflix included. wow. plus, when you buy an iphone, get an iphone for your bff on us. i like it. all on america's best unlimited network.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! we are here with sienna miller. do not miss her national theatre performance of "cat on a hot tin roof" in theaters for one night only on february 22nd. >> you know, jimmy, i know that you're interviewing me, and you're doing a really great job, but i would also like to interview me. >> jimmy: i think i know what you're talking about, sienna, and i have a way to make that happen. it's time for "lip flip."
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ it's a lip flip when you flip your lip it's a lip flip yeah ♪ >> jimmy: cheerio! [ laughter ] cheerio. hi. i'm sienna miller from bloody england. [ laughter ] you know what i always say, keep calm and carry on! woo, woo, woo, woo, ya! ooh, ooh, ooh. [ mimicking air horn ] air horn! air horn! [ laughter ] [ air horn ] [ mimicking air horn ] [ laughter ] speaking of england, have you seen "the crown?" it's very accurate. i should know, because i'm very british. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] ya know -- hey -- you know, i haven't seen "the crown," 'cause i'm kind of too busy being the king of -- freak, move your head.
of -- [ laughter ] of freaking -- >> jimmy: sorry, do it again. >> uh -- [ laughter ] okay. you know, i haven't seen "the crown," because i'm too busy kind of being like the [ bleep ] king of new york. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] hey, i'm jimmy fallon. where are you? i'm -- [ laughter ] [ laughter ] hey. hey. hey, i'm jimmy fallon, and i'm walking here. i spend my days hailing new york cabs, eating new york bagels, taking selfies at the statue of liberty. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: jimmy, besides -- [ laughter ]
wah! [ laughter ] wah! [ laughter ] wah! [ laughter ] i'm sorry, sorry jimmy. that's never been like me. i apologize. [ laughter ] but i really wanted to say -- [ laughter ] i'm a little baby. and i have to confess something. i don't know how to make a a selfie face. how do you do it? >> yeah, yeah. you just, uh, yeah, yo, try -- try this. [ laughter ] no, no. more like this. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: hey, let's go to the next closet. hey, yeah, that's right. that's my new voice. i'm sienna miller over here. what you looking at, you losers! [ laughter ] hey. [ laughter ] [ gibberish ] >> i don't think we should be filming this bit, should we? you know, that's jimmy's bit that you're -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now, jimmy, you have to tell me one more thing. i've always fancied your beautiful singing voice. [ laughter ] >> um, yeah, well, then, why don't we just, like -- like come back.
[ laughter ] like, do a duet. like, right now. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] i'd love to. >> all right. here's a little something i like to sing when i walk around new york city in the snow. ♪ ♪ these boots are made for walking and that's just what they'll do ♪ ♪ and one of these days these boots are going to walk all over you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's lip flip! my thanks to sienna miller! we'll be right back with tim tebow everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 'sup, world? it's the box with 30% savings for safe drivers.
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ladies and gentlemen, please welcome tim tebow! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tim! >> thank you, guys. >> jimmy: tim tebow! >> the roots! how y'all doing? oh, man. >> jimmy: always good to see you. how you doing, buddy? >> how you doing, buddy? >> jimmy: always good to see you, pal. everything going great? >> it's great, man. >> jimmy: when do you start spring training? >> a week from today. or no, a week from friday. >> jimmy: wow. it's all happening, right? >> it's so fast. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. well, first of all, i have a a lot of questions for you. what did you think -- what did you think of the super bowl? >> i thought it was an awesome game. i mean, i honestly thought tom brady was going to win it in the end though. >> jimmy: well, i think -- [ cheers ] [ audience groans ] i know, but the roots -- >> i'm not saying i was rooting for them. i'm just saying, tom brady has got the ball, two minutes to go. >> jimmy: now, let me tell you something --
>> brandon graham came up with an awesome play. >> jimmy: questlove, all of you guys all said that, by the way. i was in the room with you. [ light laughter ] >> but now they want to argue. >> jimmy: well, there was ten seconds left, and quest goes, "i don't know, i don't trust tom brady, man." there's ten -- i go, "there's no way he can score more than eight points." and he goes, "yeah, he can. he's tom brady. he can do it." [ light laughter ] everyone was like, "don't talk, don't talk." >> there's something special about that guy. >> jimmy: well, you played for both teams, didn't you? >> i did. for like 15 minutes. and then, each one cut me, so -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, you were like -- i hope no one wins. >> so, i have that going for me, which is nice. thanks for bringing that up. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, sorry about that. [ laughter ] you're like, but who cares about this game anyway? yeah, i just want to watch -- just get me justin timberlake. watch, justin, yeah. let's talk about your -- your baseball. because that is just on fire right now. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: last time you were here -- [ cheers and applause ] i mean, really. it's a great story. forget about football. we're focused on baseball. >> that's it. that's what we're doing right now. >> jimmy: that's what it's all about. >> let's go. >> jimmy: so the last -- so you're about to go where -- st. lucie? port -- >> port st. lucie, spring training. >> jimmy: port st. lucie in florida with the mets. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think you -- i'm telling you, man. well, you were great last season.
>> you're a baseball guy, too. >> jimmy: i'm a baseball guy. i'm an everything guy. i like the mets, yeah. >> i watched the movie. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you saw the movie. >> oh, i saw it. >> jimmy: thank you. yeah, i appreciate it. [ light laughter ] thank you, buddy. you're the person that saw it. but so what are you -- what are you focusing on now? you're just like, this -- i want to just be in the major leagues? this is it. >> well, the goal is to get to the major leagues, for sure. last year was my first year of playing after taking 12 years off and not playing since my junior year of high school. so huge transition. huge obstacle. and, of course, no one thinks i can do it. but, i love trying to prove people wrong. so i'm excited about this now. >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. that -- that's why i love you, man. your first at-bat last spring training, first at-bat, you get up and hit a home run. >> i know. >> jimmy: i mean, what? >> i didn't know what was going on. >> jimmy: no one -- >> i think i closed my eyes and swung. i don't know. >> jimmy: that's not true. but it's the story ever. does that make you -- does that make you like -- i'm going to have a great season, man. >> it does give you so much confidence. and i knew it was a big at-bat, because it was my first at-bat. and so, obvio -- they go live to espn. and all of these people are -- you know, because it's your first at-bat. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> and your first pitch. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i don't know, i was aggressive. i was so nervous. i just swung. and thankfully, it went out. >> jimmy: i mean, that's just like -- that's such a good story. that's such a great story. you're like, i am so cool right now. since you joined the columbia fireflies, average attendance is up 40%. 4-0. dude, you're magic, man. people want to see you. [ applause ] fans love you. >> they show up. so it's cool. i'm always grateful for the support. >> jimmy: i know. you're always good -- you're great to your fans. and you're great to everybody. i will say that about you. you've been on the show a bunch of times. every single time you blow me away by what you do, what you give back. it's amazing. but i've seen some fans of yours get a little crazy -- out of control. and they have gotten tattoos of you. >> oh, yes. there's been some crazy ones. >> jimmy: does that freak you out, someone has a tattoo of your face? >> not as much any more, because i've seen so many of them. but the first time it freaked me out. >> jimmy: this dude's got a a tattoo of your face. >> yeah, on his calf. >> jimmy: no, it's on his shin right there. >> yeah. so, the first time i saw that guy, i landed in nashville, i'm
riding down the escalator and he's sitting there holding his pants up pointing at it. and i'm like, "what the heck just happened?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can i go back up the down escalator? >> and he's like, "hey, will you sign the back?" and i was like -- >> jimmy: no. >> well, i said, sure. >> jimmy: yeah. you did it. >> so, i signed it and i saw him a year later, and he had that signature tattooed around it with it. >> jimmy: see, i don't mess with dudes -- let me tell you something. [ light laughter ] i don't have any tattoos, but i know around the shin is the toughest place to get a tattoo. >> i wouldn't know, but -- >> jimmy: that's a tough -- that's like -- that's for -- >> i see him, like, all the time. >> jimmy: that's a -- he's a a tough dude. >> a lot of games. those ticket stubs you're talking about -- lots of games. >> jimmy: that's all him. yeah. he's good -- [ light laughter ] i'm just saying, he's a tough dude. because that's right on the bone. that's going to kill. this guy, i would be friends with him. yeah. [ light laughter ] then there's this dude. this is -- this is me the other day before i got to work i took a picture. of a that -- >> oh! >> jimmy: look at that one. across his whole -- that's almost like some -- were you in a band -- like, a a heavy metal band? [ laughter ] >> i don't -- i don't get it.
>> jimmy: no, yeah. >> it's intense. >> jimmy: it's pretty intense. but i think it's kind of cool. >> yeah. >> jimmy: then, this one -- this is my favorite one. [ light laughter ] i don't even understand what it is. >> oh! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: says, tebow time. and it's you as like a centaur. it's half you, half horse. >> so i've heard about it. and this guy, i think, actually, lost a bet. it was a bet about how many games we would win and, yeah, he lost. [ laughter ] and that's actually, his -- that's his thigh. >> jimmy: i know -- i had to look for it -- >> that's an awkward place to be. >> jimmy: i thought -- at one point i saw all this hair, i thought it was his arm. and i go, "man, he's got a a hairy arm." but it's his thigh. it is his thigh. guess we could zoom out so you could see that. >> imagine if you have to -- you have to have that the rest of your life. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean -- you shouldn't gamble, man. learn your lesson. i want to talk about your foundation and what you're doing. this friday, you're doing this giant event. we talked about it last time. "night to shine." >> yes. >> jimmy: and how do we find out about it?
go to tim tebow -- >> timtebowfoundation.org. >> jimmy: it's a great thing you do every year. >> thank you. what it is, it's a worldwide prom for people with special needs. and so on friday night, all around the world, 16 countries and all throughout the united states, there will be 537 proms for people with special needs taking place. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is -- it is phenomenal. it is so cool. because you set up -- you set up this like a -- like a red carpet -- >> red carpets, every single one of them. paparazzi. cheering. karaoke. everything. and the best part is, every single one of them is crowned as king or queen of the prom. over 100,000 kings or queens. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys it's not to late to get involved. if you want to volunteer or donate to "night to shine", visit timtebowfoundation.org. you're a good man, dude. >> thanks, brother. appreciate it. >> jimmy: we're rooting for you. [ cheers and applause ] i'll see you on the mets. >> yes, you will. >> jimmy: i'm gonna go. i'll be there first game. tim tebow, everybody! we'll be right back with a a performance from noel gallagher's high flying birds! [ cheers and applause ]
- let's dream... - ♪ oh, oh - big. - ♪ times are changing - we are a troop. light 'em up! - ♪ oh, oh ♪ do you believe that you can win this fight tonight ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we love this guy right here. performing "it's a beautiful world" off his new album, "who built the moon," please welcome back, noel gallagher's high flying bi! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ it's like a song it's like a prayer it's like a dream you had one night and put it over there ♪ ♪ you wear it like a face you never seen before you keep it with a key ♪ ♪ you thought you found was lying on the floor ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world ♪ ♪ when we dance in the light all that is real and all that is mine is right ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world and all that is mine is right ♪
♪ wipe away the tear that only comes with peace wipe it with the rose of love you ♪ ♪ saw was falling on the leaves do it like a dance you do it for a while and when it's gone ♪ ♪ you know it's gone you walk another mile ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world ♪ ♪ when we dance in the light all that is real and all that is mine is right ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world ♪ ♪ and all that is mine is right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world ♪ ♪ when we dance in the light all that is real and all that is mine is right ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful dream a beautiful night a beautiful world ♪ ♪ when we dance in the light and all that is real and all that is mine is right ♪ ♪ all that is mine is right
all that is mine is right all that is mine is right all that is mine is right ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: noel gallagher's high flying bi everybody! [ cheers and applause ] catch them on tour in the u.s. starting this friday. my thanks to sienna miller, tim tebow, noel gallagher, high flying birds. [ cheers and applause ] tye tribbett right there! tye tribbett! [ cheers and applause ]
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