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musical guest, kenny chesney, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 247, ascension islands! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beautiful, beautiful crowd. welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." there we are. yeah, that's what i'm talking about. thank you so much for being here. oh, my gosh. welcome, everybody. we have new jersey governor chris christie on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ]
that's right. of course, we're gonna talk to him about 2016 -- you know, his goal weight. >> steve: hey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not funny. that's not funny. >> steve: that's not funny. >> jimmy: actually, chris christie was a little late to the show because people kept stopping him to wish him a a happy earth day. [ laughter ] >> steve: what?! >> jimmy: and that's not nice. you shouldn't do that. >> steve: that's not nice. >> jimmy: you shouldn't do that, it's not nice. >> steve: forget about it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's not funny. >> steve: it's not nice. >> jimmy: environmentalists spent the day drawing attention to the earth, while the earth just spent the day checking facebook to see which planets wished her happy earth day. it's like, "mercury is such a a hater." [ laughter ] today is earth day. but really, shouldn't every day be earth day? i mean, what are our options? [ cheers ] let's get to some political news here. a brothel in nevada announced that it is supporting -- political news. [ laughter ] a brothel in nevada announced it is supporting the hillary clinton's presidential campaign. with the employees calling themselves "hookers for hillary." [ laughter ] [ cheers ]
and their slogan is pretty interesting -- "no more bush." [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] ♪ >> steve: oh! hey! oh, hey! >> jimmy: i didn't write it. [ laughter ] speaking of the election, a new report found that marco rubio's presidential campaign has raised $40 million in the last week. when he heard that, rubio was like "any chance i can drop out of the race and just keep the $40 million?" [ laughter ] why am i doing this? it seems like everyone is entering the race. in face, the rapper waka flocka flame actually just tweeted that he is also running for president. even jeb and rand were like "what kind of a name is waka?" [ laughter ] jeb. >> steve: jeb. >> jimmy: this the interesting. i saw that cartoonists recently analyzed the doodles from various presidents and determined that president obama has a talent for sketching people. yeah, and if you think that's impressive, joe biden can draw a turkey just using his hand. [ laughter ] he does it a lot.
he does it a lot. it looks like a turkey. >> steve: an excellent turkey. >> jimmy: ooh, some controversy here. this week, dr. oz will respond to critics who believe that he should not be giving medical advice on his show. yeah, people will be watching his response closely. especially dr. phil. [ as dr. phil ] if that guy's in trouble, i'm more screwed than a cactus trying to play handball! [ laughter ] get this. according to a new study, the most popular place to go to on a first date is starbucks, followed by chipotle, panera, and the cheesecake factory. that's pretty interesting, yeah. i'm curious. roots, do you remember where your first first date was? >> tariq: of course. mine was at a pizza place. >> questlove: wow, okay. i think i got ice cream. >> mine? i remember my first date like it was just yesterday. ♪ [ laughter ] her name was margaret. oh, sweet margaret. she had the cutest dimples when she smiled. and her laugh, she had the sweetest little laugh. it was like, hee hee hee. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: james, james. i just asked where your first date was. >> arby's. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, this is pretty cool. japan's new magnetic levitation train set a world record after it traveled over 373 miles per hour during a test run yesterday. wow. not to be outdone, amtrak said that if you left right now, they could get you to boston by memorial day. [ laughter ] not guaranteeing. but they'll try. [ applause ] almost. it's cool. and finally, i want to say a a belated happy birthday to queen elizabeth, who turned 89 years old yesterday. queen elizabeth -- [ cheers and applause ] queen elizabeth spent her birthday the way she does every year -- laughing at prince charles. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ as queen elizabeth ] this will never be yours. we have a great show, give it up for roots, everybody. ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's been a great week so far, everybody. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, captain america himself, chris evans, will be here. [ cheers and applause ] plus, the guys from monty python will be dropping in. i'm so psyched. [ cheers and applause ] and good music from lunch money louis. lunch money louis, you know that song? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it's good. then, on friday, chris pratt and elizabeth olson. [ cheers and applause ] but first, he's one of the biggest stars in the world. from the new movie "the water diviner," russell crowe is here. [ cheers and applause ] the man. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: he's a man's man. he's the best. he's gladiator. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he's a tough dude, man. plus, he's the governor of new jersey. we love this guy. we love him so much. he's been on the show many times. there's speculation he may run for president of the united
states. we'll see what we can find out. governor chris christie is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] couldn't be a nicer -- >> jimmy: he's the best guy, he's a good sport. we love having him on. we love talking to him. i think he might punch me tonight. but it's fine. no, i love him. and we have great music from -- kenny chesney is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he's always great. guys, i should say we launched an app yesterday, and it is doing well. but i want to let you know in case you want to check it out. it's called tedzy. here it is, here. it's a little bear, tedzy, you see this? and it's -- yeah, that's -- that's not. that's not the bear, but -- oh, there's the bear. so he's this tired bear that wants to sleep. and so we have to collect feathers, he goes out and he slides. yeah, he wants to fill up his pillow with feathers. so then, he goes down this slide. i want to skip this, because i've seen it. [ laughter ] here it is.
so he goes down this thing, see him going. and you jump over the thing, and then you go -- so you go like that, yeah, and then you swipe to different things. anyways, it's a fun deal and the best news, it's free. so you should go check it out. let me know if you like it. let me know if you hate it. tedzy. >> steve: tedzy! >> jimmy: tedzu! >> steve: tedzillah. >> jimmy: tedzu over here! >> steve: forget about it. >> jimmy: don't forget about it. >> steve: no don't, please. >> jimmy: no, don't forget about it. >> steve: that's what my tattoo says. remember tedzy. >> jimmy: that's excellent. [ laughter ] president obama's obviously been in the news a lot lately. there's been tons of photos of him. and one thing i've noticed is that he has a very expressive face. you know, like he has thousands of different facial expressions, one for every occasion. we all know the classics, like this one, the "determined yet hopeful." that's what i call that one. there's a lot more that you just don't see as often. which means it's time for another edition of "obama expressions." here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this first lesser-known expression is from a recent white house press event.
this is called the "sup, bae?" [ laughter ] this next one is great, it's from obama's visit to an irish pub. this is the "am i a pretty president?" [ laughter ] this next expression is from a a recent press conference, check it out. this is the "ay, oh! this guy ovah here, hey?!" hey, are you kidding me over here? [ laughter ] here's another lesser-known obama expression. you can tell what he's thinking here. this is the "bitch, please." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this is a -- this next expression is from a recent speech obama gave. this is the -- [ as marlon brando ] "i'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse." [ laughter ] here's another expression you don't see that often, check this one out. this is the "heeey!" [ laughter ] you don't see that one as often. >> steve: you don't see that one a lot.
>> jimmy: that's a rare one. >> steve: yeah, that's a rare one for any president. >> both: heeyy. >> jimmy: like me on insta! [ laughter ] this next expression is an interesting one, take a look. this is the representative. representative. rep-re-sent-a-tive. human being! [ laughter ] here's another lesser-known expression. it's from a recent meet-and-greet event. this is the "ah, zebenya!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] check out this next expression, this is a great one. this is the "shh, just let it happen." [ laughter ] just let it happen. >> steve: a lot of cameras around, don't worry. >> jimmy: this next expression is from a white house fundraising rally, take a a look.e this is the "started from the bottom, now we're here. now the whole crew up in here. started from the bottom, now we're here." finally, this is the last obama
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an academy award-winning actor who directs and stars in the new movie "the water diviner," which opens in theaters on friday. we love this guy. please welcome russell crowe! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a movie star right there, my friend. thank you for coming back to the show. >> it is an absolute pleasure, james. >> jimmy: congrats on your team winning, by the way. >> we did, in fact. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was going to wait until
the second segment. bring out the hats. >> jimmy: no, do you have hats? >> i do. i do. but i don't think the man who's got the hats can hear me. i'll have to say it louder. bring out the hats! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] because i know that you enjoyed the one last time. so there is the rabbit, of course, which is a symbol of the south sydney rabbitohs. >> jimmy: the bunnies, yeah. >> the south sydney rabbitohs. but this stuff here means after a nine year -- profit, [ laughter ] we took them from being perennial losers to being competitive to being dominant on the fifth of october last year. for the first time in 43 years, south sydney raised the trophy. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> that band. that band gets bigger every week. i'm just going to go and deliver the hats to the band.
>> jimmy: you can deliver the hats to the band, sure. i was so psyched. you're a good man. >> pass them out amongst your friends. >> jimmy: yeah, very good. [ light laughter ] this is great. cool. >> and there is a couple for your daughters. >> jimmy: thank you very, very much. >> there's one for your wife. mom and dad. >> jimmy: my mom and dad wear hats all the time. >> that cousin of yours that really pisses you off. >> jimmy: i hate them, but i'll give them these hats. yeah. thank you so much. >> and that means that then we've got -- >> jimmy: give them to the audience. there you go. that's the way. [ cheers and applause ] russell, hey! go bunnies! >> go bunnies! >> jimmy: you were -- i gotta say, you were so happy and proud -- >> meanwhile, on with the show. >> jimmy: no, i love that you
did that. you were so proud of this. i remember i got an e-mail from you 'cause i said, "hey, congratulations, you're in the finals. i'm so psyched for you." and you go, "i know. it's the first time in 43 years, blah, blah, blah." you go, "are you going to watch?" i go, "of course, yes, i'll watch the championship game. what time is it on?" you go, "in your country, it's on at 4:00 in the morning." i go, "i will not be watching but i love you." i love you are so psyched about it. and you did it. and you won. >> and i tweeted you the result too. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i texted you, i dm'd you the result. >> jimmy: i appreciated that. >> just so, you know, when you're waking up so you'd know. >> jimmy: you're a good man. i appreciate that. thank you. is it easy for russell crowe to get around new york city? or do people come up to you all the time? >> it's a funny thing that happens here, because i've actually made quite a few movies here. and i've been arrested here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i remember that. that was a good one. >> i ride my bike around here. so it's sort of like, i'm a a little bit part of the furniture. what i love about new york is the conversations -- >> jimmy: i forgot that. >> --doesn't necessarily require you. you know? like there's a guy with the fruit stall down there near tribeca kind of thing, you know?
and like, he sees me and he goes, "russell! hey, how you doing? you know, my wife, oh, my god." [ laughter ] "she is driving me crazy every day with this and that and this. you know, but you know what, i got to go, i'm working." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: could be anyone. "i was in a bunch of movies. i'm pretty famous. yeah, you want to talk about me at all?" he doesn't care. you kidding me? my wife, over here, get outta here. forget about it. 'gladiator' by the way. 'gladiator,' it was great [ talking over each other ] >> $2.50, that's cool. >> jimmy: can you go to rome, though? can you go to rome? i mean, you're maximus. you're gladiator. >> that was the funniest moment of discovering fame, you know? or understanding that i've suddenly become famous. because i was so used to just being able to wander around and not worry about it. i was in rome and shopping on the via vennetto. i went into the shop and i came out and the whole street was packed. i thought, "whoa, what's going on?" you know?
i looked that way and it was people up to the spanish steps. i looked the other way, there's just peoples' heads everywhere, you know? and there was all these, like, federal police with machine guns all standing around. i was like, "whoa." so i went up to one of them, and in very broken italian i'm like, "hey, what's going on?" and the guy goes, "you, gladiator, you are going on." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: what's going on? you, gladiator. they're watching you to see what you do there. besides acting, you must have had a bunch of other jobs before. >> lots and lots. that's the thing. i was always brought up with that mentality that you have to earn your way. you know? so i have never taken any sort of social welfare payments, though i'm a great believer in that. >> jimmy: you were -- were you ever bad at your job? >> many times. i ended up doing so many different things. it wasn't that i was intentionally crap. but you know, i was working for this rental car company in the 80s, and they decided they're
going to have a top end because everybody's very lifestyle-focused in the 80s. so they got this fleet of brand new bmws and brand new mr2s, the toyota sports car. and i was driving a a $1,600 toyota van with 200,000 kilometers on the clock. that was my ride. >> jimmy: that's it. that's what i'm talking about. >> and so day one, these bmws arrive and because of construction where we actually were detailing the cars, and in case you don't know, you clean the car. >> jimmy: detailing, yeah. that's what detailing is. >> it's a name for cleaning the car. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a car wash. >> so we had to take them on this like four-block journey to go to a car wash and bring it back. >> jimmy: i would be scared. >> and when you go to the car wash, the principle thing that you need to do, the only thing you need to as the driver is make sure the windows are up and make sure the car is in park. >> jimmy: oh no. >> so it just gets taken. so i'm getting out of this car, thinking, "man, i must have looked so cool driving those four blocks in this beautiful new car."
and just as i'm sort of stepping out, my whole body is out of the car and it's moving, you know, it's on the conveyer. i look back in. and it's in drive. now i don't know what would happen if a car goes through a a car wash in drive. i don't know. but i just know it has to be, in order for it to be safe, it has to be in park. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i jump back in, just stretch over, hit it into park and as i'm coming out, the first roller hits the door and catches me right between the car door and the roof, and then it's like -- [ laughter ] and the door's open. so the leather seats, they're covered in crap, the carpet's all covered in crap, the stereo's got soap all over it. because the jets are going like straight though the gap. halfway through, when the roller released me, i jumped into the car and did the rest of the journey. >> jimmy: never asked back.
>> i really wasn't appreciated when i got back. >> jimmy: i can see that, yeah. but look at you now. look at you now. congrats on this movie, by the way, "the water diviner." the diviner is when, you know, some people hold -- i remember hearing sticks. >> sticks or metal rods or some people can just feel the presence of water in their hand or their feet or whatever. it's a real thing. and when you're in countries like australia, a large part of the country is arid. these guys can actually find water that's pooled under the ground in between rain. in some parts of australia it wouldn't rain for three or four years at a time. >> jimmy: really? >> and so this story follows a a guy called joshua who does that for a living. he has three sons and they all go away to war, the first world war, and they don't come back. and that grief drives his wife to madness, and she commits suicide. so now he's got absolutely nothing. so based on a graveside promise, he goes halfway across the world to a battlefield that's four years cold in search of, esentially, the bones of his children. >> jimmy: it is a beautiful movie and it's beautifully
shot, by the way. it's just gorgeous. where did you film it? >> we shot in australia. we did our studio work in sydney, we shot in a bunch of different locations in outback south australia. >> jimmy: unbelievable. makes you want to move there. >> istanbul, southern turkey. so it was a big adventure for a a first time. >> jimmy: and it's your first time directing, so was it hard to direct yourself? are you difficult? [ laughter ] >> well i got the around the supposed reputational difficulties. i just decided i'd do something that i haven't done before. i slept with the director every night. >> jimmy: oh my god! [ laughter and applause ] this is a scandal. >> and he could not keep his hands off me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. by the way, and again, another congratulations. you won all the major awards in australia already for this movie. >> yeah, it won what they call the australian academy of the actor awards for best film. and it won five australian film critic circle awards. >> jimmy: congratulations. [ cheers and applause ]
that's good. good for you. you did it. here's the spot. we worked hard. we have a clip. here's russell crowe in "the water diviner." check it out. ♪ >> hurry up. [ screaming ] >> get down. [ screaming ] >> what's the magic word? the one that makes the carpet fly? >> tango? >> tangoo, you wombat. >> that's it, tangoo. come on, cuddle up. get close. close your eyes. >> ed's peeking, dad. >> ed, close your eyes. it only works if your eyes are closed. all right boys, let's get out of here. all together, tangoo! >> tangoo! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back we're here with russell crowe, everybody. "the water diviner." russell, this is a special day for me. today is earth day. [ cheers and applause ] right guys, do you know it's earth day? i love the earth, it's the only one we've got. but this week also marks the 5-year anniversary of the b.p. oil spill. >> that was a terrible moment in history, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah. and gosh darn those tar balls are still washing up on the shores. >> they still are? >> jimmy: yeah. >> still? >> jimmy: yeah. >> five years later? >> jimmy: despite the fact that, five years ago, i wrote a a protest song railing against that very thing. apparently b.p. still didn't get the message. [ laughter ] i mean i don't know, maybe the songs wrong. maybe i just let everyone down.
>> i don't think so, jim. your work ethic and your quality is always very high. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: should i play a a little for you? >> why don't you. and i'll just check it out for you. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. thanks so much. you guys want to hear it? [ cheers and applause ] you're the best. i love you. i appreciate this. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ the oil spilled by b.p. has left tar balls all over the sea ♪ ♪ so don't go swimming down in the south unless you want tar balls in your mouth ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what -- >> i think it's great. i think it really gets to the heart of the matter. >> jimmy: it does? >> it really does. i think b.p. should come here and get on their knees right in front of you. >> jimmy: well, i mean -- and
thank me? >> kind of. >> jimmy: yeah. lll >> the thing about your song, jimmy, i can feel it. i can feel it. >> jimmy: i hear what you're saying but i don't feel what you're feeling. >> right about here. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, no, no. lll but you have a feeling -- >> i can really feel it. >> jimmy: but there's a guitar over there and if you want to -- >> where? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: right there. >> oh, this guitar? pcpc >> jimmy: we'd love to hear how you feel, how my song as moved you. i mean, we are talking about serious stuff here. >> okay, jim. i think i can do it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ balls in your mouth [ cheers and applause ]
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thanks for coming on the show. >> oh, sure. [ laughter ] i feel like i'm on the show every night. i'm tired. >> jimmy: you basically are, yeah. thank you so much. >> oh, geez. >> jimmy: no you're great. you're a good sport. >> yeah, yeah, sure. >> jimmy: and you, no. and you look great. you look great. you look great. fantastic, everything going well -- >> wait a second, if i look great, what the hell with all the jokes every night? >> jimmy: what are you talking about? you look great. no, you do look great. you look good. do you feel good? >> yeah, sure. >> jimmy: i know you're working out. >> sure. >> jimmy: you do? >> absolutely. who was that laughing up there? [ laughter ] i got all your names too, be careful. >> jimmy: i got to thank you for all the material. i thank you. >> as well you should. >> jimmy: but you are doing these town halls. >> right. >> jimmy: how are these things going? >> they are going great. i go in. i have anywhere from 250 to 500 people. and i stand in the middle of the room and i answer questions for an hour and a half, hour
and 45 minutes. and it can be on anything. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i love doing it. it's a lot of fun. >> jimmy: we actually have a a clip of one of your town halls. we have a clip of, yeah. of a girl, a young girl -- >> what's your favorite dessert? [ laughter ] >> all right, okay, seriously, i want everybody to tune in tomorrow night to "the tonight show" to get the answer to this question. >> jimmy: you beat me to the punch. i couldn't even get a joke out. i couldn't even get a joke out. >> it's easy. >> jimmy: what's your favorite dessert? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> ice cream. >> jimmy: ice cream? >> sure. >> jimmy: oh, fantastic. >> sure, who doesn't like ice cream? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone loves ice cream. have you tried our flavor? >> i didn't know you had a a flavor? >> jimmy: "the tonight dough." >> really? >> jimmy: ben & jerry's ice cream flavor. we always have one here. this is it right here. >> look at that. what's in there? >> jimmy: this is the greatest ice cream in the history of the world. [ cheers and applause ] caramel chocolate ice cream with chocolate cookie swirls, like you know with a carvel cake, on the inside --
>> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, gobs of chocolate chip cookie dough and peanut butter cookie dough. >> really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have to share. you have to share. come back here. you have to share with me. [ applause ] >> all right. >> jimmy: what do you think? >> it's good. what did you expect me to say? >> jimmy: it's amazing. >> i love it. >> jimmy: thank you. >> it's the greatest ice cream ever. >> jimmy: yeah. that's all i wanted. >> it's unbelievable. it's the greatest ice cream ever. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. okay, let's get down the it. i want to talk some serious stuff, here. [ laughter ] >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's what this show is known for, actually. >> jimmy: i'm one of the hard hitting -- >> i thought it was "meet the press." i can't believe -- what am i doing here?
>> jimmy: i want to know, are you running for president or when are you going to announce you're running for president? what is going on? >> well, you know, i've got a a day job which keeps me busy. >> jimmy: yeah, i heard of that. >> as the governor of a small state of nine million people across the river but soon, you know i would say may or june we'll be letting everybody know what we decide. >> jimmy: yeah. and are you -- you're seeing other people come out there now. you have rand paul, jeb bush. >> he hasn't come out yet. >> jimmy: oh, he hasn't yet? >> no, he is still thinking about it. >> jimmy: yeah. so -- yeah. but hillary is out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she is running. what do you think of these guys? >> all fine americans, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: see you are getting all good -- but this is not the chris christie that i want. >> no, no, no. listen, if i run, oh, you will find out exactly what i think of them. >> jimmy: see this is what i'm talking about. >> that's what you're looking forward to. >> jimmy: that's what i want. i want the hulk. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want the hulk to come out. i want you to get green, i want you to get mean, i want you to get loud, i want you to tell people to shut up and sit down. that guy. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, we love that guy. >> you got it wrong. >> jimmy: no, that's -- it's not shut up and sit down.
>> jimmy: what is it? >> it's sit down and shut up. >> jimmy: okay, yeah, that's it. i'm sorry. i will. i will. >> if you're going to do it, you gotta get it right. >> jimmy: that's the guy. that's the guy. the chris christie we want is refreshing to americans if you run for president, you'll yell at people. >> there is only one chris christie. >> jimmy: yeah. >> this is it. i mean, i'm not going to be something different if i run for president. >> jimmy: i want to see you debate. i want to see you go up against these guys and yell at them and get in like morton downey jr., and be like "ahh!" like gordon ramsey, you're like, "donkey! you call this an omelet, donkey?" [ laughter ] and you throw an omelet, that's what i want to see you do. can you do it? can you do it? >> why is it always -- why is always food? [ laughter ] what do you got to talk about an omelet for? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> there are serious issues in this country, in addition to omelets. >> jimmy: i know, yes, yes. >> of course. >> jimmy: you do love omelets. all right, so say you invade -- >> you can't help yourself. >> jimmy: i can't. i really can't. there are so many jokes in my head i'm not doing anything. >> you can't help yoursself. >> jimmy: do you remember you sent me a tweet. you said, "really jimmy? again in the monologues? your writers need more material." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i said, "you know
what needs more material? your suit." [ laughter ] it doesn't matter. i don't want to do that. you forced me to. you made me, you messed with me, you messed with the bull. you hulked me out. i became the hulk. that's what i want to see. >> you became the hulk? >> jimmy: i want to see you hulk out. go crazy. >> right now you want to see it? >> jimmy: no, no, no. i don't trust me. >> 'cause we've done that before. >> jimmy: no, no, no. i know. [ cheers and applause ] i know. no, no, no. so how do you -- have you ever been, you seem like, kind of like a tough -- you're a tough kid. you're tough. >> i mean, i'm tough when i have to be. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know if i'm upset -- listen, this is the way i feel about public life. if you are upset about something, you need to let people know that. if you are angry about something you should tell them. if you are happy you should tell them. i mean, you shouldn't be hiding things from people. you work for these people. so, let them know what you really think. i hate politics where people are like programmed robots. they all sound like charlie brown's teacher, right? whaaa, whaaa, whaaa. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> they all sound the same. i'll tell you, they say a lot of stuff about me, but they won't say i sound like everybody else. so, i just am going to be myself. that's it. if people like it, great, and if they don't, i can get
another job. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. that's what i want. i want this type of guy out there yelling at people. we love having you on. thank you for being a good sport. >> i'll tell you something, my daughter sarah is 19, she's a a freshman at notre dame. she and all her friends watch the show every night and she said to me, "you're going on tonight?" and i said, "yes." and she said, "whatever you do, don't eat anything on the show." [ laughter ] for you, sarah. >> jimmy: he's being a dad right there. chris christie everybody. governor chris christie. we'll be right back with kenny chesney, everybody. thank you for this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ america! new yorkers love all-natural snapple and we want you to love it too! snapple's born in new york. it's one tradition that's never going out of style. snapple is more than just a drink. it's got simple ingredients: real sugar, real tea. salud! every time i open this and i hear that pop.
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"wild child," from his latest album "the big revival," please welcome kenny chesney! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ looks like royal in a thrift store dress keeps my heart and her hair a mess ♪ ♪ she goes where the wind suggests she goes who knows ♪ ♪ got a spirit that can't be tamed she's a calico pony on an open plain ♪ ♪ i know i'll never be the same no more for sure ♪ ♪ she's a wild child got a rebel soul with a whole lot of gypsy wild style ♪ ♪ she can't be tied down but for a while
i'll be falling free and so in love ♪ ♪ might break my heart but god she drives me wild child ♪ ♪ you've never heard of her favorite band unless you been to bonnaroo or burning man ♪ ♪ she's penny lane in a chevy van she loves to love she loves me wild child ♪ ♪ got a rebel soul and a whole lot of gypsy wild style ♪ ♪ she can't be tied down but for a while i'll be falling free and so in love ♪ ♪ might break my heart but god she drives me wild child ♪ ♪ she'll be here until she runs
some just have to chase the sun ♪ ♪ she's a wild child got a rebel soul and a whole lot of gypsy wild style ♪ ♪ she can't be tied down but for a while i'll be falling free and so in love ♪ ♪ might break my heart but god she drives me wild child ♪ ♪ a kaleidoscope of colors in her mind child a touch of crazy hides behind her wild smile ♪ ♪ so simple yet experimental innocent but still a little wild child ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to russell crowe, governor chris christie, kenny chesney, once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots, right there, from philadelphia. give it up for the roots. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. buh-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪