tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC April 27, 2016 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 459! woo! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how you doing? oh! [ cheers and applause ] that's what you want right there. that's a hot crowd. great new york city crowd. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." welcome, this is it. you're here, you made it. i'm so happy, this is great.
well, here's what people are talking about, everybody. of course, yesterday was a huge win for donald trump, who won all five of the primaries in the states of connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania, and rhode island. yep, during his victory speech, trump called it a diverse victory. [ laughter ] and it's true. some people in those states shop at j. crew and others shop at j. crew outlet. [ laughter and applause ] so, i mean, it's -- >> steve: very diverse. >> jimmy: you don't know where -- >> steve: where do they shop? >> jimmy: you don't know. >> steve: outlet. >> jimmy: that's right, trump had a great day yesterday, sweeping all five state primaries. afterwards, he said, "usually, my maid does all the sweeping, but tonight, it was all me. i'll take credit for the sweeping everything." [ applause ] hillary clinton also had a a pretty good night. but so far, bernie is refusing to drop out. it's really tense. it's tense between them. and it's so tense, that one top democratic strategist said that the only person who can ease tensions between hillary and bernie sanders is joe biden.
[ light laughter ] or as joe biden put it, "looks like it's time for a double massage." [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> steve: biden time. >> jimmy: this is pretty big. today, carly fiorina was announced as ted cruz's running mate. fiorina says it's always been her lifelong dream to lose twice in the same election. [ laughter and applause ] and that's nice that we can give -- we can make that happen for her. she's not the only former candidate keeping busy. i read that martin o'malley and mike huckabee might actually be starting a bipartisan rock band together. [ laughter ] the band has a great way to make money. the concerts are free, but ear plugs cost $200. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪
>> steve: bipartnership. >> jimmy: hey. that wasn't half bad. i like that. i would go see that band. did you guys see this? pope francis told thousands of teenagers at mass recently that happiness is not something you can download from an app. that story again, pope francis has never seen snapchat filters. i mean, they're pretty -- >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: they make you happy. the rainbow. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: that makes me happy, i'm sorry. >> steve: the new ones. pick one from your photo gallery. >> jimmy: here's a little tech news, here. i saw that tesla is giving its current car owners a one-month free trial of its autopilot self-driving mode. which means you don't want to be anywhere near a tesla the moment that offer expires. it's like, "so anyway, i was talking to a guy -- oh, my goodness! [ applause ] didn't pay my bill!" this is interesting, here. scientists claim to have used gene therapy to actually reverse the effects of aging.
yeah. such as a shortening of telomerase that can cause age related illness like brittle bones and heart disease. but that's not all. they say gene therapy can reverse other effects of aging, such as referring to an actor as "that guy from that thing." [ applause ] >> steve: hey, now. >> jimmy: no, he was that murderer in that thing. >> steve: no, not that thing. that thing. you never even saw that thing. >> jimmy: also, saying, "here we go," whenever you get up or sit down. [ laughter and applause ] here we go. [ groans ] here we go. and finally, owning more than 30 pairs of glasses from cvs. [ laughter and applause ] got to be -- i just bought a a pair. how can i find the glasses if i'm not wearing my glasses? and get this, a new study found out the average whiskey drinker in america can't tell the difference between bourbon and rye. of course, most of them also can't tell the difference between a girl and a coat rack.
[ laughter ] but it's like -- hello, how are you doing? that's a pretty adorable trench. [ laughter ] this is a pretty crazy story out of texas. police officers in houston recently found a tiger wandering the streets wearing a a collar and a leash, and they're trying to locate the owner. i hate to be the one to say this, but have they checked inside the tiger? [ laughter and applause ] they'll see an x-ray. the guy's like -- and finally, a little local news. apparently, a 12-year-old girl who thought she was running a a 5k fun run ended up running a a half marathon when her mom dropped her off at the wrong place. [ laughter ] pretty amazing she can do that at just 12 years old. even more impressive, she didn't look up from her phone once. she was like -- [ laughter ] guys, we have a great show. give it up for the roots.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. welcome, welcome. it's a fun one tonight, fun one tonight. it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, my man adam levine will be here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: then on friday, ant man himself, paul rudd, will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] paul and i have something special planned. it's going to be really, really fun. but first, we have a great show tonight. i think he's the best dressed man on television and one of the best interviewers you'll ever see. co-anchor of the "today" show, my man matt lauer is in the house tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: love that guy. every morning, i love that guy. plus, she's so much fun when she stops by. she's the biggest supermodel in the world. she's been on more magazine covers than anyone in the industry.
gisele bundchen is here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ooh la la! i mean -- >> jimmy: 20 years of stuff. gosh. >> steve: that's a hefty tome. >> jimmy: this weighs exactly as much as gisele weighs. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: actual weight. actual weight. and we have great music, you guys, from fitz and the tantrums. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i've got the 12:00 news blues ♪ >> steve: you got styx on the brain. ♪ sitting at the bar stool talking like a damn fool got the 12:00 news blues ♪ >> jimmy: i got that song stuck in my brain. >> steve: do you? >> jimmy: sitting on a bar stool -- it's by styx. >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: the song is "too much time on my hands." i just checked. it's the number five most popular song on spotify. from styx.
>> steve: from styx. >> jimmy: s-t-y-x. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: the number fifth song is "too much time on my hands" and it goes -- ♪ i'm sitting on a bar stool talking like a damn fool got the 12:00 news blues ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. the keyboard is close, but it's not like -- james had it before. ♪ ♪ do we have the video? can we just show the song? >> steve: yeah, let's just see the video. >> jimmy: yeah, look at this video. this is the real video. dennis deyoung there, right. ♪ look at his finger, right there. he's doing the finger thing. >> steve: there's his elbow. >> jimmy: this guy's in his -- ♪ yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah ♪ >> jimmy: look it this. tommy shaw, what are you wearing? oh, i'm wearing my white unitard. you know what's up, dude. let's do this. what you got for lyrics, dog? he's like, "check this out, man. i'm about to.
i'm about to. one, two, three, four. ♪ sitting on this bar stool talking like a damn fool got the 12:00 news blues ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i'm talking about. that's -- he got the -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that song gets me hyped up, man. >> steve: yeah. gets you rocking. >> jimmy: makes me want to go into the rocktagon, dude. >> steve: yeah. the rocktagon. >> jimmy: how come no one's ever done that tour? >> steve: that's what we got to do. two rock bands come in, one comes out. >> jimmy: two -- and one comes out. you got two rock bands step in -- that might be the mike huckabee, martin o'malley concert. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: they meet in the rocktagon -- >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: -- and he's like, "what do you got?" and he's like, "check out what i got. just a keyboard and the microphone.
no big deal." sorry. hold on a second. >> steve: what do you got? you're in the rocktagon. >> jimmy: well, i'm hired, yeah. >> steve: i'll let you get plugged in. oh, i'm in the rocktagon. >> jimmy: my bad, i thought it was rocktagon unplugged. my bad. >> steve: oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i got this little drum beat. check this -- it's like an automatic thing. check it out. sorry. i got a drum. i got a drum beat. a drum beat. >> steve: a drum beat, right? >> jimmy: a drum beat, yep. those automatic drums go -- >> steve: something like -- >> jimmy: something like -- >> steve: welcome to the rocktagon. >> jimmy: all right, hold on. this is just the drums. the drum's like this, right. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ sitting on a bar stool
talking like a damn fool got the 12:00 news blues ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: two foes go in. one comes out. the rocktagon. that's what james brown was in, the rocktagon. >> jimmy: this is the new move, anyway. i mean, this is -- >> steve: one sleeve in. cape. sleeves are over -- i've been saying cape for years. >> jimmy: cape it, dude. if you're going to go into the rocktagon, you got to cape it. >> steve: you got to cape it up, man. >> jimmy: or don't come in, man. >> steve: no. i bought mine on cape cod. >> jimmy: i got the 12:00 news blues, and -- man. should i be out of breath with that? [ light laughter ] let's just do it one last time. go. one, two, three, four. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ sitting on a bar stool talking like a damn fool got the 12:00 news blues ♪
all right, guys. hey, that's enough. [ cheers and applause ] styx, number five on spotify. >> steve: don't rock too hard. you'll get cold. you're cold from rocking. >> jimmy: guys, we -- >> steve: you look so fragile. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: guys, we live in the information age. and with all that information out there on the internet, you might think you know everything there is to know about one topic. >> steve: sure, i think i do. >> jimmy: the fact is, there are still a few things you might not know. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah. i'll show you what i mean in a a segment we call "three things you might not know." ♪ three things you might not know ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: first up. beyonce's "lemonade." yeah, we all know it. premiered on hbo this weekend. her new album. it's currently at the top of the charts. number two, styx, "too much time on my hands." [ laughter ] here's some things you might not know about "lemonade." first, it's jay-z's
100th problem. did you know that? i didn't know this. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: next, it originally had the words "mike's hard" in the title. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: it was originally a a sponsored record. >> steve: who's mike? >> jimmy: it was a commercial for mike's hard lemonade. >> steve: oh, oh, oh, okay. >> jimmy: finally, it's currently available to hear on tidal, itunes and blaring from your ex-girlfriend's car as she does doughnuts on your lawn. [ cheers and applause ] next up, three things you may not know. queen elizabeth. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: she's the head of the british royal family. she just turned 90 years-old. yeah, but here's something you might not know about her. first, she has knuckle tats that say "yass" and "queen." >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: "yass, queen?" >> jimmy: next, she has actually been played by helen mirren for the past 14 years. >> steve: really? i did not know that. >> jimmy: that's why she's so good at it. >> steve: i did not know that. >> jimmy: that's why she's so good, its her. >> steve: wow. i was not aware of that. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't know this stuff. finally, her favorite pastime is pretending to have a heart attack, then looking in prince charles' face and saying, "psych!"
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yass, queen! next, we have spider-man. >> steve: yeah. he will be appearing in the new movie "captain america: civil war." >> steve: i did not know that. >> jimmy: let's take a -- no, you knew that. >> steve: okay, yeah. >> jimmy: let's take a look at the three things you might not know. first off, he has to take his entire suit off to go to the bathroom. >> steve: oh, that's not good. >> jimmy: he doesn't have a a zipper. >> steve: i did not know that. >> jimmy: he doesn't have a a zipper or a flap. >> steve: no. nor a flap. >> jimmy: next, his biggest nemesis is "rolled up newspaper man." >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] help me! >> jimmy: and finally -- what's that? >> steve: help me! >> jimmy: where did you learn to speak english, man? >> steve: from that group styx. >> jimmy: where did you learn? [ laughter ] >> steve: from styx, the rock band. >> jimmy: the rock band styx? [ light laughter ] what's your favorite song, spiderman? >> steve: i love the tune, my number five favorite song is "too much time on my hands." >> jimmy: can i see your little
headphones? >> steve: sure. got for it. >> jimmy: you mind if i put them up to the mic? ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] all right. great song. it's a great song. i love it so much. i'm obsessed with it. finally, spider-man loves mary jane, if you know what i mean. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: you know what i'm saying? yeah. think about it. our final topic is captain america. of course, he's got a brand-new movie coming out. but here are a few things you might not know about captain america. first, he owes captain china $3 trillion. >> steve: does he really? i did not know that. >> jimmy: i didn't know that. how am i supposed to know that? >> steve: that seems pretty steep. >> jimmy: how am i supposed to -- i haven't read all of his books. >> steve: i don't read up on him. >> jimmy: next, his shield protects him from everything, except his only weakness, hitting him in the legs or face. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: ooh! my bad. right in the leg. >> jimmy: should have got a
a bigger shield. and finally, if donald trump becomes president, he's prepared to change his name to captain canada. there you go, everybody. those are "three things you might not know." we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you can put a period on what you do, that's fine. that's socially acceptable.
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excited for cinco de mayo. it always makes me think of those mexican soap operas where the character says something in spanish and then the camera zooms in on them dramatically. you should try doing that." you know what, you're right. i love it when they do that. let me give it a try. ♪ [ speaking foreign language ] [ laughter and applause ] one from margaret joggerst. "hey, jimmy, i love the minions." me too. "but, i always wonder what it would sound like if adam sandler did all of their voices. you should find out." that's a great idea. it might look like this. [ sandler style gibberish ] that's not bad. he should do it. >> steve: not bad. >> jimmy: we've gotten this one before. it's from john levine.
"hey, jimmy. i bet you can't toss a hot dog from the desk into higgins' mouth." it's a weird suggestion. we've had it before. everyone knows i never turn down a bet. so, here goes nothing. higgins. >> steve: let's do it. >> jimmy: get ready, dude. oh. don't forget the bun, hun. [ cheers and applause ] how was it higgins? >> steve: not too bad. >> jimmy: all right, good. let's try another suggestion. this one is from adrienne egan. "hey jimmy, i've seen you talk about the democratic candidates, but you never talk about the demo-cat-ic candidates. you should do that." that's a good idea. here's a clip of purr-nie sanders giving his latest speech. check it out. >> if wall street does not end its greed, we will end it for them. lll [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: let's try one more from the old sugg box. this one is from tommy shmemm. "hey, jimmy, i missed sunday night's 'game of thrones' premiere. and i don't think i'm gonna have time to watch it before next sunday's episode. is there any way you can get me caught up?" yeah, i thought it was great, but i don't think i could break it down in under a minute. fortunately, i think i know someone who can. tariq. >> tariq: oh, yes, jimmy. i am here. please, what is it? lll >> jimmy: do you think you can please do a short rap to catch people up for next week's "game of thrones?" >> tariq: sure thing. ♪ hey yo it opens on jon snow who died at the end of season five lady melisandre ♪ ♪ still thinks he's alive alisser thorne said see homeboy i did great but davos disagree homeboy ♪ ♪ theon greyjoy and sansa stark running through the woods they almost got caught but made it to the hood ♪ ♪ cersei's looking for her daughter but this chick was taken out by some ♪ ♪ poisonous lipstick the dragon mother khaleesi was caught by the dothraki and sent to the land ♪
♪ of widows real far from happy aria got in a blind fight beat up badly ♪ ♪ i could feel the whole game start to heat up sadly tyrion said he'd ♪ ♪ have a baby as a snack the bald guy with no balls made him take it back and then the lady took ♪ ♪ that choker off brother higgy higgy higgy she's old as a mother ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: higgy, higgy, higgy. give it up for tariq and the roots, right there. that's all the time we have for audience suggestion box. stick around. we'll be right back with matt lauer, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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co-hosting nbc's coverage of the opening ceremonies for the rio 2016 olympic games. please welcome our good pal matt lauer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you for coming on the show. i appreciate that. >> isn't it weird, we work in the same building, we live five minutes from each other and we never see each other. >> jimmy: i never see you, yeah. but i always see you on tv, of course. i watch you all the time. i haven't seen you since we played golf together. you remember that? >> this was an experience, this was great. >> jimmy: what does that mean? >> if you really love golf, if you love golf, don't play with jimmy fallon because you can't concentrate. all he does is tell jokes while you're trying to play and great stories, great stories. >> jimmy: oh, my god, at one point, i was like, let's just go and just hang out and tell stories because it was so much fun. >> then you got hurt after
that. we haven't played since. literally, everywhere i go where where we live, on the weekends, i go into a store, the salesperson, jimmy was just in here you missed him by two minutes. i go in a restaurant, the waitress is like, jimmy is right -- and i look at the table and there's a half eaten burger. [ light laughter ] and a cup with steam coming out of it, still. and a couple of crumpled bills, you're gone. you see me coming and just leave? >> jimmy: yeah, i have a guy that lets me know when you're coming in. >> do you really? >> jimmy: yeah, i don't want to mess with you, man. [ light laughter ] >> you don't socialize out of your species? it's late night, morning, that's it? >> jimmy: we got to through our big stories, and that was the end of it. i didn't have any more to say. >> i miss you. >> jimmy: no, we had the best time. we gotta go play again. what was the name of the course? >> play sebonack. >> jimmy: this place was unbelievable. >> it was pretty. >> jimmy: one fo the most beautiful places ever. thank you for inviting me there. >> it was a pleasure. >> jimmy: it was great, and we got to talking. we were talking about all like, slipups and goofy things that have happened on our show. and like, what was the craziest time. do you remember this one story you told me about, there was someone reporting via satellite or something, there was like a a flood. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you say that story?
>> yeah, but that happened like 20 years ago. >> jimmy: yeah, no, but it's such a good story. >> and the person in question is still working in the business. so -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but just don't say, we don't know -- come on, it's so good, that's so good. >> doesn't work for this network anymore. >> jimmy: i know but, you and katie couric at the time or no? >> so, we're doing a story. we've got a reporter on location on a flood. and she's in a canoe. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and she's paddling around to show how bad the flood is. >> jimmy: terrible. >> i'll tell it, you act it out. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. >> so she's, we're talking to her live on the air and she's paddling in her canoe in this floodwater. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then, as she talking to us, these guys go walking right behind her in ankle deep water. [ light laughter ] and we're like, is there some kind of a drop-off here? how does that work? >> jimmy: she's in a canoe, yeah. >> it was embarrassing. we could have let her go with it but we decided not to. but thank you for bringing that up, jimmy. [ light laughter ] that's great. >> jimmy: you didn't let her go
with that. i'm sorry, is there a drop-off by where you are in the canoe? >> i can't wait to check my e-mail when i get done with the show. that's nice. >> jimmy: you just got back from new zealand. >> i was there last week. >> jimmy: for fun? >> i went for fun. i went with a buddy of mine, we went fishing. we went kind of off -- have you ever been to new zealand? it is the most sensational country on the planet, in my opinion. it's beautiful. so i went fishing with a a friend. and we stayed in a hut. no electricity. no running water. no facilities, if you will. you know what's amazing, all the advances in technology, you can do anything these days. you know what has not improved in 200 years? outhouses. you know, even if you have a a port-o-potty, you know those things you see at construction sites, all the time? you know that they're going to once a week pick that thing up, put it on the back of a truck and hose it down or steam it down. >> jimmy: yeah. >> an outhouse is basically a a hole in the ground with a a toilet seat. there's nothing else to it. >> jimmy: they've never advanced that.
>> you'd be amazed how long you can hold it, if your only option is to go into an outhouse. i think i held it for four days. no, seriously. [ light laughter ] you know, you look at that. >> jimmy: congratulations, that's not easy. >> i don't need to eat lunch and dinner because i know i'm going to have to go in that outhouse eventually. >> jimmy: it's a rough deal. >> but it's a beautiful place. >> jimmy: it almost sounds, it sounds like "the revenant" or something. you and a buddy in the middle of nowhere. did you fight a bear? >> don't mean to make it sound like that. yeah, we went in the middle of no -- it wasn't like an i can't quit you situation. >> jimmy: it wasn't "brokeback mountain." you went fishing with your buddy, yeah. you went fishing with your buddy, yeah, you haven't seen him in a while, yeah. [ light laughter ] that's all right, no. >> here's a guy who dodges me out where we live also. i take him to new zealand. >> jimmy: that'd be fun, though. that's cool manly thing to do. i can't really see you camping. >> first of all, i'm a bit a a germophobe. kind of notorious germophobe. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i was like, you know, use the outhouse, bathe in purell, use the outhouse, bathe in purell. >> jimmy: yeah. you know what i found out today? i didn't realize, because you know i'm a big fan.
but i found out you're the longest running co-anchor on the "today" show in the history of the "today" show. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're doing a a fantastic job. >> it will be 20 years in january. 20 years. it seems like -- sometimes it seems like 2 years. and then every once in a while someone puts a picture up of my first year on the "today" show. >> jimmy: why would they do something like that? look at this guy. [ cheers and applause ] now wouldn't you think this guy's a stud? oh, he's the coolest. come on. >> wouldn't you think at some point you'd have a really good friend 20 years ago who would have said, okay, you might want to rethink the bouffant hair-do when you're making your debut on the "today" show. >> jimmy: oh, this is nothing? >> have you ever had a look like this? >> jimmy: look at me at weekend update, are you kidding me? [ cheers and applause ] what's that? >> you win. yours is worse. we should have friends. >> jimmy: serial killers. >> where are the people close to us at moments like that? >> jimmy: how sad is that? >> did you bathe? what was that? >> jimmy: was it "no country for old men," or whatever? i look like a lunatic there. any outhouses?
[ light laughter ] i think you're fantastic on the "today" show. >> you're nice, buddy. thank you. >> jimmy: i watch you every single morning. you give the best interviews. you don't let anybody drop with anything. you go, what did you say? you catch everybody. i'm not going to do an impression, impersonation of you but, that's what you do. and it's great. >> you're nice. >> jimmy: no, and it's, i love it so much. and you're going back to rio. you're going to the olympics. >> we go in 100 days. we'll host the opening ceremony. rio's got a lot obviously going on there right now. >> jimmy: do you have fun at the olympics? because every time i've been there you have to get up at like 2:00 in the morning. you wake up. >> well, no, but so rio's closer to the time. i think it's only an hour or two ahead of us. so, it's good. it's like normal time. we literally pass each other in the commissary or something like that in the middle of the day. but the olympics are so inspiring, that it doesn't matter how hard they are, when you have a chance to interview athletes who have just either accomplished the greatest thing in their lives or have maybe just fallen a little bit short, it's an incredible opportunity. it's a great honor. really is. >> jimmy: well, you're the best for doing this. i thank you for coming on the show.
[ cheers and applause ] knock it out of the park in rio. matt lauer. watch him on the "today" show. he's crushing it every morning right here on nbc. we'll be back with gisele bundchen, everybody, stick around. ♪ [ crowd cheering ] beer! ice cold beer! hey, can we get some beers? what beer? ummmm... redd's apple ale!
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>> how are you? >> jimmy: good to see you again. always great to see you. this is an incredible book. >> have you been doing some exercises? cause last time, remember i tried to teach you the plank? so this time, just keeping you fit. just thinking of you. >> jimmy: it's too heavy. it's too heavy. >> want to make sure that everyone is fit. >> jimmy: but, i'm so happy i own this thing. can you believe that you've done all this work? i mean, is it kind of fun to look at? >> now i can. because actually, you know what, usually like i kind of just look forward to what's the next thing, what's the next thing. so, it was a fun process to be able to stop and look back, go back 20 years. just, you know, just feeling very grateful for the whole experience. that i had the opportunity to live all those different moments. >> jimmy: they're unbelievable, photos. do you remember the photographers and stories behind all the shots? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you do? >> it was kind of like watching -- it was kind of like a therapy i have to say. because going through each picture, i remember feeling every emotion. it's kind of funny how, how that happens, you know, i felt like i was reliving all of those moments again.
so it was a really cool, it was a neat experience. >> jimmy: i don't understand how models do it. because, i've taken photos just to promote our show and stuff like that. they've taken a photo and i just kind of end up like posing, you know? [ light laughter ] and they go, stop posing. i go, i know, but i've seen what it's going to end up looking like. so you kind of want like -- [ light laughter ] they go, stop posing. and i go, yeah. and i'm just awful at it, i'm terrible. whereas you, were you always a a natural at? >> not at all. are you kidding me? no, this is like actually my first picture when i was 14 years old. >> jimmy: 14 years old here, look at this. >> they put mascara. and i thought i had so much makeup on. they put mascara in the glasses, god i look like, i have a lot of makeup on. what's going on? >> jimmy: you thought this was a lot of makeup? >> i did. i didn't know what was coming. i didn't know what was ahead. >> jimmy: where did this happen? did your mom get you into it? >> no, what happened, i was actually on an excursion, because my mom was always complaining that, you know, i'm 5'11."
i was like basically 5'10" at 14. and she was always, giselle, stand up straight. like, you know, i'm always like this, like hiding. so we went to this modeling course. there was like 50 girls. we went to an excursion, and there's all of us. it's kind of hard to miss 50 girls in a mall. right? we're all wearing the same outfit, like you know, this black uniform. >> jimmy: she thought modeling would help your posture? >> yeah, she thought, yeah because, and it kind of -- i mean, maybe it didn't do that much. >> jimmy: certainly did, yeah, i mean -- >> only when i'm thinking about it, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: this is my posture, yeah. this is like, yeah. >> you know how it is. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know how it goes. >> jimmy: i never thought of that. >> yeah, so they saw me there. you know, because it was kind of hard to miss me. i mean, i'm 5'11." >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, a a 14 year old girl. >> at 14, and i was like, pretty much, you know, very tall. so this strange guy came to me and said, do you want to be a a model? i'm like, mom! you know my mom said -- >> jimmy: stranger! >> help. >> jimmy: stranger danger! stranger danger! >> stranger danger. and my mom was like. my mom said never talk to strangers. so he said, you know, let's go to the agency because you know
your daughter, you know, she has the physique to be a model. and i was like, what are you talking about? we were going to go to the play center at the end of the day, after the mall. >> jimmy: what is the play center? >> play center is like six flags. >> jimmy: oh. >> so you imagine, i was very excited about this. >> jimmy: the choice between that or modeling? >> can you imagine? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i would not have been a model. i would have been eating a corn dog. let's do it again, one more time. >> that was kind of what i was thinking. but there was this other girl who was going, he actually selected two girls to go to the agency. and she was going, and everybody was like, you should go with her. i'm like, but i want to go to play center. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they were like, well whatever. then i went and here i am 20 years later. here i am. >> jimmy: you got to give it to mom for that one, right? [ applause ] i credit mom for that one. >> that was the first picture taken that it wasn't my mom taking the picture, you know? so i was very you know, when somebody else is taking the picture that is not your mom. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah, a little odd. >> another stranger, you know? another stranger. >> jimmy: a different stranger.
>> exactly. >> jimmy: you're retired from the runway now. >> yes. >> jimmy: what's your plans, what are you going to do? >> you know, i don't know, i'm kind of just really focusing on, you know, i have kids and i'm really focusing on being the best mom i can be and my family and just taking this, kind of taking this year as a a sabbatical to see where my life will take me. just kind of see what the next 20 years are gonna look like. i'm just waiting to be inspired. >> jimmy: please come on every single year for the next 20 years, we love you so much. >> but wait, i can't leave without -- i was thinking about, you know, i can't just leave. i was thinking maybe you can take my place. >> jimmy: on the runway? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] would you give me a -- >> i mean, can i? >> jimmy: could you teach me? >> i mean, i was planning on that, you know. >> jimmy: could you teach me? do you mind? >> can i? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. let's do. >> jimmy: teach me how to walk the runway. >> so, let's get ready. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, okay.
>> those are crazy shoes. >> jimmy: no, these are normal. [ light laughter ] okay, okay. >> okay, i'm going to help him. >> jimmy: yeah, okay, very good. [ cheers ] yeah. >> oh, my god. ♪ >> jimmy: okay, here we go. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right, yeah. now -- >> so, first thing's first. >> jimmy: yes? >> so put the chest forward. >> jimmy: chest. >> squeeze the belly in. stomach in. >> jimmy: yeah. >> shake the hips. shake the hips. [ cheers and applause ] and then, turn. now, your turn. let's see what he's gonna do. [ cheers and applause ] and jimmy! whoa! that's it. shake the hips. shake the hips. >> jimmy: i shake the hips. i just, i need a different song. i think you know which one. [ light laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, my god.
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you're like a drug to me a luxury my sugar and gold ♪ ♪ i want the good life every good night you're a hard one to hold cause you don't even know ♪ ♪ i can make your hands clap said i can make your hands clap somebody save your soul ♪ ♪ cause you've been sinning in the city i know too many troubles all these lovers ♪ ♪ got you losing control you're like a drug to me
a luxury my sugar and gold i want your sex ♪ ♪ and your affection when they're holding you close cause you don't even know ♪ ♪ i can make your hands clap said i can make your hands clap every night when ♪ ♪ the stars come out am i the only living soul around need to believe you ♪ ♪ could hold me down cause i'm in need of somethin' good right now ♪ ♪ we could be screamin' til the sun comes out and when we wake we'd be the only sound ♪ ♪ i get on my knees and say a prayer james brown that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap turn it up that i can make ♪ ♪ your hands clap my flesh is searching for your worst and best don't ever deny ♪ ♪ i'm like a stranger gimme danger all your wrongs and your rights ♪ ♪ secrets on broadway to the freeway you're a keeper of crimes fear no conviction ♪ ♪ grapes of wrath can only sweeten your wine but you don't even know i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ said i can make your hands clap every night when the stars come out ♪ ♪ am i the only living soul around need to believe you could hold me down ♪ ♪ cause i'm in need of somethin' good right now we could be screamin' til the sun comes out ♪ ♪ and when we wake
we'd be the only sound i get on my knees and say a prayer james brown ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap that i can make your hands clap ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap yeah ah yeah ah oh yeah yeah ah ♪ ♪ that i can make your hands clap yeah ah yeah ah so can i get a hand clap ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's how you do it. come on. that's how you do it right there. thank you so much. fitz and the tantrums. how great is that song? "handclap." new album out june 10th. we'll be right back, everybody.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to matt lauer, gisele bundchen, fitz and the tantrums! [ cheers and applause ] that's right. and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- j.k. simmons, from "money monster," actress caitriona balfe, music from the wild feathers, featuring the 8g band with will calhoun. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] yeah. that is good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump swept last night's republican primaries and hillary clinton won four of the five democratic races. so it looks like the general election is gonna be the billionaire versus the unstoppable force. in other words, it's gonna suck.