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well looks like we'll see a pair of 80s. scattered showers from the r remnants of irma chl taper off saturday. and we get into sunshine saturday. keeping an eye on jose as well. >> thanks for watching. the tonight show is coming up next. [ 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 -- julianne moore. shawn mendes. spike jonze creates a live dance film.
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musical guest maren morris. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 736, yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, welcome, everybody. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, baby. you're here. you're -- [ cheers and applause ] you made it. so happy you're here. what a show we got for you guys tonight. but first, here's what people are talking about.
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hillary clinton is out promoting her new book and in an interview this week, she said that if she'd won the election, she would have been seen as a genius. [ laughter ] i don't know about that because trump did win the election and nobody's calling him a genius. no one. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: genius. >> jimmy: but listen to this. in her book, hillary said that she took a nap as the results were coming in on election night. [ light laughter ] and while she did that, bill gathered a month's worth of clothes and got the hell out of there. "this is going to be rough." [ laughter ] [ applause ] meanwhile, i saw that hillary is going on a cross country tour to promote the book. then democrats said, "oh, so now you'll visit some swing states. interesting. really? really, now, okay." [ applause ] hey, i saw that ted cruz is launching an investigation to figure out who was responsible for liking a porn video from his twitter account. [ laughter and applause ] he promised to get to the bottom of it, even if it means spending every night in his
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office on his computer alone. he doesn't -- [ laughter and applause ] door shut, sock on the doorknob. [ laughter ] all right, all right -- [ rim shot ] >> questlove: sock. >> jimmy: it came out -- it came out that special counsel, robert mueller, has a letter that president trump wrote with reasons why he was going to fire james comey. and you could tell trump wrote the letter because he turns all the s's into dollar signs and o's -- [ laughter and applause ] and o's into boobs. all right, there you go. "they're eyeballs." [ laughter ] this week, the prime minister of malaysia visited the white house after spending a night in trump's d.c. hotel. check out what he said about staying there. >> would you like to say something? >> yes, i had a great time in the hotel last night.
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i rented the movie, "trolls." my favorite was the one with orange skin and fluffy hair. it reminded me of you. >> thank you. >> by the way, the porn charge on the room was not mine. ted cruz came over. >> jimmy: ted cruz came over, he can't help himself. [ applause ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: get to the bottom -- get an investigation going. >> steve: they got to get the bottom. >> jimmy: who brought him there? yeah. >> steve: hillary's email. >> jimmy: hey, this isn't good. i heard about a guy in missouri who tried to propose to his girlfriend on a bridge, but ended up dropping the ring into the water. [ audience aw's ] the guy was like, "oh no, that was a $500 -- i mean, $5,000 ring. [ laughter and applause ] what am i going to do with all that money i lost on the five -- $50,000 ring i bought you?" did you guys see this? a video just posted of a giant python in new york -- in the new york city subway, wrapped around a handrail. yeah. passengers were like, "ew, he's touching the handrail. i mean, that's so -- how gross that thing is." [ laughter and applause ] i thought this was nice.
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i read about a 99-year-old man in nebraska who still works on his family farm. the man says he wants to retire, but he doesn't trust his lazy 80-year-old son. he's like, "that kid's a real slacker." [ laughter and applause ] and finally, i read that delta airlines just paid a woman $4,000 to give up her seat on an overbooked flight. when asked what she'll do with the money, the woman said, "buy spirit airlines." [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you roots. thank you very much, everybody. we have a huge show tonight. from the new movie "kingsman, the golden circle," julianne moore is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> steve: can't wait.
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>> jimmy: yeah. plus he's one of the breakout performers of 2017, his "illuminate world tour" continues this weekend in south america, shawn mendes is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] he's a talented guy. talented guy. also, we're doing something very special tonight. academy award winning writer and director spike jonze is going to create a live dance video here in our studio, and -- filmed, really, yeah. and it's -- it's from his show called "changers, a dance story," which is running this week at la mama theater in new york, and it's happening live on our show tonight. it won't look like it's live, that's how amazing -- but you -- you're the audience. you're here, i mean. [ cheers ] >> steve: they can tell. >> jimmy: there really is an audience here. >> steve: we're not lying. >> jimmy: i can't describe it. but now and then you guys glance up at the monitors and you'll see what people at home are seeing because you really won't believe, we've been working real hard rehearsing for those guys today and it's, honestly, i love the guy.
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he's -- he's great, he's brilliant. spike jonze will be here today. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it's so cool. also, we have great, great music from the reining cma new artist of the year, maren morris is here! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: guys, it is time for "screen grabs." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ makes me want to screen grab ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: now -- now, these are some weird, funny things that you guys have found on the internet or other places and then sent in to us. the first "screen grab" was sent in by lizzy no-thumb in springfield, missouri. she was shopping on amazon for some back to school stuff for her kids, and found this right here. "teamook lunch bag, insulated lunchbox for kids." let's take a look. >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] wow.
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>> jimmy: something -- something tells me dad's packing the lunches. yeah. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: this next one was sent in by ryan stillwell in lee-heighten, pennsylvania. he was watching a minor league baseball game on tv and noticed this. "richie shaffer, last at bat, fell off a cliff." well that's -- [ laughter ] you hate when that happens. >> steve: i hate that. >> jimmy: you just hate when that happens. >> steve: [ mimicks falling ] >> jimmy: if you get -- they should rebuild that stadium. it really is too close to the edge. this next one was sent in by angel johnson in granite city, illinois. she was browsing through her cable tv for something to watch. let's see what she found here. "my husband is a wife's nightmare." [ applause ] my wife watches that show. >> steve: does she really? >> jimmy: this next screen grab was sent in by kirsten carlile in spokane, washington. she was doing some house hunting on zillow. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: i love zillow. yeah, so she's house hunting, looking for a house and she spotted this right here. it's a description then it
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says, "what i love about my home? my mom is buried in the backyard. it's a sacred place." [ applause ] >> steve: oh, wow. >> jimmy: and they got all new countertops too. >> steve: they got granite. >> jimmy: all new countertops -- oh, yeah, i forgot to mention, my mom's buried in the backyard. okay, psycho. [ laughter ] my dad's stuffed in the freezer in the house. okay, yeah, yeah, yeah. this next one was sent in by lauren greenwald in milford, connecticut. she was on facebook and spotted this. "launch trampoline park. our saturday morning fitness class this weekend is cancelled. sorry for any incontinence." >> steve: oh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: sorry for any incontinence. >> steve: yeah, sorry. they had to cancel. >> jimmy: that will happen if you trampoline too much. this next one was sent in by marcy berigan in stoughton, wisconsin. she was doing a little shopping on craigslist and came across this. "free handmade cat toupees." [ laughter and applause ]
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"i'll take two." "what?" [ applause ] "winter is coming. right? they're eyeballs." next one was sent in by kyle grant in archdale, north carolina. it is a news story that he noticed on his facebook feed. it says, "uranus opens and closes daily to release solar winds." >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] i'm not -- what are -- you can't even say anything. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: i'm telling you, man. >> steve: that was the -- >> jimmy: that's the headline. >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: what're you talking about, man? >> steve: opens and closes. >> jimmy: all right, look, so -- >> steve: how does a planet open and close? >> jimmy: we are -- well you got the read the article, man. it's called "click bait," dude. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: we're down to our last one, it is from nadine shepard in lake forest, illinois. she was doing some early halloween shopping and she spotted a model in a wig that she says looks a lot like me. i don't know if i see it. let's take a look.
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[ laughter ] it looks a little bit like me. i don't know. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: you got your dickey. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i kind of see it now. i'm totally ready for halloween, i'm this guy. >> steve: yeah, you're don. >> jimmy: he's famous. that's all the time we have for "screen grabs." if you have a funny "screen grab," e-mail it to us at -- at screengrabs@tonightshow.com and we might put it on the show. stick around. we'll be right back with julianne moore, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] p >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy, golden globe, and academy award winning actress who you can see in the new movie "kingsman: the golden circle," which is in theaters and imax september 22nd. look at it right here. this is gorgeous, huh? everyone, please welcome julianne moore. come on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: i love you! welcome back! >> hi. hi. >> jimmy: they love you. come on. a standing 'o'. we love you. >> i'm very happy to be here. always, always. >> jimmy: congrats, you're on the cover of the beauty issue. ooh, la la. [ cheers and applause ] i would never be considered to be on the cover of the beauty issue, yeah. >> i don't know about that now that you shaved off your mustache. >> jimmy: you did not enjoy the mustache? >> i like -- your face is so beautiful, i don't want you to obscure it.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you couldn't even say that without -- [ laughter ] i saw you last night. you were helping out in the hand in hand benefit. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which was great that everyone came together. i think they raised over 44 -- >> 44. >> jimmy: million dollars. >> million dollars. [ cheers and applause ] p >> jimmy: i saw questlove there, as well. good job, quest. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: it's very nice of you to do that. every time i see you, there's always some new way that you're talking. how are you kids, by the way? >> they're great. they're great. >> jimmy: yeah, they're not even kids anymore. >> yeah, they're teenagers. >> jimmy: but i knew them when they were babies. >> when they were really little. so one is 19, one is 15 and i used to communicate primarily in bitmojis. >> jimmy: that was the last time, yeah. [ laughter ] >> because they're so efficient. >> jimmy: they don't even call you. they don't -- nothing. text. bitmojis. >> but then i realized that i could get to them faster with snapchat. >> jimmy: oh, really? [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: you -- >> yes. you can text, you can bitmoji all you want and no one will answer you. but if you snapchat them, then they'll answer you right away. >> jimmy: i have a few -- >> and that's -- >> jimmy: samples that you brought. >> yeah, yeah, well, that's because i have -- because i have a 15-year-old, you know, so i'm always like, "what are you doing, whatever,
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you know, yeah." so, yeah -- >> jimmy: so this is you on snapchat. >> this is me snapchatting -- like, look. they're -- >> jimmy: where are you? >> where are you? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is a -- >> where are you? >> jimmy: now where are you? that's -- [ applause ] >> yeah. yeah. here's another one. this is a good one. >> jimmy: who are you with? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's one of my favorite scenes, you in your storied career. >> there we go. >> jimmy: are there any boys there? eww. [ laughter and applause ] >> well, you got to know. you got to find out. [ talking over each other ] uh-huh. >> jimmy: send me a pic of your friends. >> that's right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that madonna? >> yeah, that's -- i think it's meryl streep from "the devil wears prada." >> jimmy: oh. >> that's one of the filters. you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> an enjoyable filter. this is a good one. >> jimmy: snap me back. [ laughter ] and you mean business. you mean business in that. >> this is when you're not getting an answer. you're like, "snap me back." >> jimmy: me back. you mean business in this photo. >> i'm the serious one, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, look how mad mom -- >> i'm mad. >> jimmy: look how mad mom is. >> i'm like, "mmm." >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and then you're not that mad because you ended
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with, "want a banana?" there you go. [ laughter ] that's -- i mean, just perfect. that's how you do it. >> that's -- yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that you -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: you first told me about the instagram filters. >> i'm just staying modern, you know? i'm just super, super modern all the time. >> jimmy: i can tell you're lying. >> jimmy: you have three movies coming out in the next two months. >> i do. >> jimmy: wowsers. [ cheers and applause ] i can't get enough of you. i love it. and which ones do we have? because we're going to talk about "kingsman" but what's -- >> ""kingsman." and "suburbicon." >> jimmy: "suburbicon." >> george clooney directed that. >> jimmy: directed by george clooney, written by the cohen brothers. >> yes, correct, yeah. >> jimmy: wrote it, as well. >> and "wonderstruck." >> jimmy: and what is -- that's todd -- >> that's todd haynes. >> jimmy: yeah. and that's -- >> and it's a children's movie, two really wonderful kid performances. these two kids have run away from home and come to new york city. >> jimmy: i don't know how you find the time to do all this. "kingsman" alone is fantastic. >> thank you! >> jimmy: it's such a giant movie. >> it's a fun movie, right? >> jimmy: you're a new addition to the -- >> it's a really, really fun -- >> jimmy: i loved it. >> yeah, i'm the super villain in it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's -- got to be the most fun. >> it's -- oh, my god.
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>> jimmy: because you are the nicest person we know. you being a villain, but you're poppy in the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're a super villain. >> she's like a drug kingpin, i guess. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, living in the middle of nowhere and she's created this whole kind of american village around her. and she's charming. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, but yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, but also bad. >> but bad. but bad. >> jimmy: you based your -- being a villain on gene hackman. >> gene hackman, who's my favorite actor when i was growing up. "superman." yeah. i mean, he was like -- he's the best. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: from "superman?" >> from "superman." because do you remember -- well, it wasn't really based on him but he and valerie perrine were in this basement just acting like regular people but they were super villains and they were so funny. so, so funny so i was kind of inspired by that. >> jimmy: it's a great cast. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's you. it's -- >> colin firth. >> jimmy: colin firth. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but the surprises are channing tatum. >> channing tatum. >> jimmy: jeff bridges. >> jeff bridges. halle berry. >> jimmy: halle berry shows up. >> yeah, uh-huh. >> jimmy: and then -- i'm not spoiling it because it's on the poster. >> yeah. [ laughter ]
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it -- yeah. >> jimmy: i hate spoiling. i don't -- yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't want to spoil anything. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want everyone to enjoy it so i won't spoil too much. >> no, don't say, but you can say it. >> jimmy: sir elton john is in this movie. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: -- freak out. >> but it was amazing. going out and, like, talking to elton john and hanging out with elton john and acting with elton john and finally, like, i just couldn't help myself, like, after -- you know, a week or so of this. i just had fangirled out. i said, "oh, my god, oh, my god. i just have to tell you that once i went to a concert of yours, i was 16 years old and a a friend of mine a was a roadie so i was backstage and you walked by me!" [ laughter ] and then i was like, "the end." >> jimmy: yeah, that's -- [ laughter ] that's your whole story. >> that was my whole story. i'm like, you walked by me once when i was 16." and he was so nice about it and he was like, "oh, i --- that concert was -- that was great. i mean, he must get it all the time. i'm sure he gets it all the time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, maybe he remembered walking by you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] i walked by -- >> jimmy: "oh, i remember walking by you." >> by you. >> yeah, that's -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 20 years ago. >> so, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, >> you were 16 and, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> and that's, yeah. you had red hair. [ laughter ]
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yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but he's great in it. >> he's so good, right? >> jimmy: and he's just the best. oh, i love him. >> oh, i know, yeah. >> jimmy: this movie is so much fun. if you like the first one, you're going to love the second one because it just keeps the same type of humor but -- well shot. we had pedro here yesterday. >> oh, he's so good in the movie, right? >> jimmy: just great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so fast. i'm like, i don't know, i love these movies. i want to show everyone a clip. here's julianne moore in "kingsman: the golden circle." take a look at this. >> fellas, i have a couple of things that i want to clarify. you understand that in the golden circle, my authority is never to be questioned, right? and the importance of following orders. you understand that? and the value of loyalty. -- isn't it? i don't like, you see. like proof. >> jimmy: julianne moore right there, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "kingsman: the golden circle" is in theaters and imax.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a singer and songwriter with two number one albums under his belt. you can catch him on the "illuminate world tour," which continues this saturday night in south america. i'm so happy he's here. he's going to get on a plane right from this. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome shawn mendes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> thank you for having me, man. >> jimmy: you've been on the show a bunch of times and it's just fun to watch your career just explode. now you're on the cover of "gq italia." oh, look at that. [ cheers ] super model shawn mendes. again, i've never been asked to be on the cover of "gq italia." >> really? that's really, actually surprising. >> jimmy: yeah, it is surprising. thank you. you've been on and you had the first album and that did really well and then the second album, we were just hoping for you and then just crushed, number one album again, and i think you were on before you announced that you were doing madison square garden? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you sold out in five minutes. >> totally and i -- i remember it is crazy 'cause -- [ cheers and applause ] it was just weird because i feel like it's very weird to be sitting here right now, actually. i've never -- i'm always seeing you from right there and -- >> jimmy: that's true. if you want, i can sit over here. >> maybe that would make me feel -- if you were like, beside -- >> jimmy: yeah, just stand yelling at you from over there. >> i know, but -- >> jimmy: normally you're over there performing. >> you've seen me from the beginning of my career. from first single, first album,
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first sellout, 'til now. it's so crazy. >> jimmy: i'm so excited for you. >> now you trust me enough to talk to me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, a a little bit. i'm warming up. i'm warming up. >> jimmy: i just want to get to know you and for people that don't know you. of course, everyone does. but there's stories like, i -- that i heard that you taught yourself guitar off of youtube. is that true? >> totally, yeah. i mean, i went to a lesson and it was you go into the lesson and they're trying to teach you one, two, three, four notes and all i want to do is play a a song. a cover song and so, i quit that and then just went on youtube. it's easier because you get to learn the songs you want to learn, right? and you get to play them at your own pace. >> jimmy: is that how you got kind of discovered? >> yeah, i literally, it was crazy because i got the guitar like four months before i put up this video online so i was pretty bad at playing guitar but the video still went viral, luckily, and that's why i'm here right now. so, anyways. >> jimmy: no, i mean, no, but, you're obviously -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: you can play, you can sing, you can sing, you can sing, and you just got a good look to you, man. >> i appreciate that.
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>> jimmy: you just know how to do it. you rock every single time you come on here, yeah. they -- you know what i'm talking about. >> did you know that it was my first -- last time i was back here was my first standing ovation ever at a tv thing. it was really, really cool. >> jimmy: gosh -- . >> yeah. >> jimmy: you crush it. what was the first song -- do you remember the first song that you learned? >> i think it was "stitches." and i did it with you guys. >> jimmy: oh, no, not the first song you did here. >> oh, i'm sorry, it's preformed, sorry. the first song i learned was "the a team" by ed sheerhan. i remember, that was, kind of, the reason, like, i wanted to get a guitar was because he released this like, very acoustic guitar, you know, driven ballad and i was like, "all right, now i need to get that and play that song." >> jimmy: do you ever think in the back of your head that -- people are going to go on youtube playing your songs and become famous? >> well, i mean, they kind of are. it's super weird. im mean, there's this video of this kid sings "stitches" and he reenacts the whole video of like me getting hit and stuff. and the video -- [ light laughter ] the video -- he does it better than me too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the worst. yeah, oh, yeah. >> it is the worst. and he's better looking too. [ laughter ] it has, like -- it has like, it has like 80 million views.
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>> jimmy: what? >> i know, it's like this, it's like this -- like, remade version of my song. yeah, see if you can find it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. it's called -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that's the one. >> jimmy: that's a good song. if the guy's seeing this -- >> yeah, and so, anyway, he did a good job but yeah, it's really weird. i mean -- i guess -- >> jimmy: are you friends with ed sheerhan? are you guys buddies? >> yeah, actually. i met him when i was about 15, and then i kind of kept in touch because obviously he got rid of his phone. so, it was like, i don't know how to talk to this guy so it's like e-mailing every few months. >> jimmy: yeah, how do you get in contact with ed sheerhan? >> you have to e-mail his e-mail. that i almost just said out loud and that would have been really bad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think it would be funny if you gave ed sheerhan's e-mail. awe, that would have been so fun. >> so fun. >> jimmy: please. >> he would have killed me. >> jimmy: oh ed would've loved that, man. >> he already doesn't have a a phone. he would have just been so mad. >> jimmy: you'd be like, "oh, he's so mad." oh, he showed up at your show in brooklyn a couple weeks ago. >> he definitely did that do that. >> jimmy: and uh -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: that was cool of him. >> it was very cool. i mean, i was in the middle of tour, and all of a sudden it was like i get this e-mail,
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like, "hey, ed -- ed said he's going to come out." i'm like, "what do you mean?" "he's going to come and play?" >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're like, "yeah, yeah, 'mercy' "he's going to come sing that with you." i'm like, "okay." so i was like -- >> jimmy: didn't sound check, nothing? he just showed up. >> i was literally like, 1:00 p.m. the day of the show, i went to his hotel and i knocked on the door and it's like, pitch black. and i'm knocking on the door. >> jimmy: like e-mail me, you idiot. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> his security guard is saying, "ed, wake up." banging on the door. open the door it was like, pitch black and ed just jumps out of bed, like, puts his glasses on, he's like, "yeah, where's the guitar at?" finds the guitar and he, like, starts playing "mercy" and i'm, like, right there, and this is all happening. next time i saw him was on the stage. >> jimmy: the other -- the other ed that you're into right now, you're into eddie vedder i heard about this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: because of the pearl jam 20? >> yeah, the pearl jam 20. but i also was really lucky. i was in london and he was doing a show at the apollo just like a very small theater, acoustic show. and forgive me, i didn't know a a ton of pearl jam stuff but i obviously knew some and i went in. and i think out of all the live
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shows i've seen, it literally him and an acoustic guitar and an electric guitar. and it was the most life-changing thing ever. for me it was like -- i hope, like, you know, 25, 30 years from now i can get on a stage and just -- with one guitar and play all my songs and people love it just as much as they did back in 2017. which sounds kind of crazy. but, like, that was how it felt, it was crazy. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i think you will. >> i hope so. >> jimmy: i think it will happen. yeah. i think you got it. do you ever get star struck? i mean, you're a kid. don't you ever go like, "oh, my god." i mean, i freak out. "oh my god, shawn mendes." and i freak out. but, you -- before you've opened for taylor swift. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you've performed with everybody. >> i'm just like, mildly star struck every time. you know, like, no matter who you kind of meet your heart starts to race a little bit. but, i mean, like, a few times i was really star struck was meeting drake when i got to meet him for the first time. it was, like, this weird thing i was -- like, in my head like drake was just like a god because i'm from toronto and i was, like, meeting him was this very crazy thing.
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>> jimmy: like a mysterious thing? like i know he's from toronto. but no ever -- >> but you don't see him. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> i actually have a really funny story. the other night, i was in toronto, and i went to see the weeknd, i'm switching artists all over the place in toronto. but anyways, i'm watching the weeknd and we're up on this riser and drake's up there watching the show along with another few artists and stuff. and i go over, like, oh, that's drake, i go say hi, like, he must remember me from previous experiences, like twice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh no. oh no. i know how this is going to go. >> yeah, no. i go over -- so, i go over and i see him. he's a huge guy, right? you don't just go over to him, i guess not. so, i go over and i go to, like, touch his side. his 6'6" 300-pound security guard. >> jimmy: no. >> next thing i know i'm, like, i'm like, in the middle of the weeknd show with like my arm hooked behind my back. [ light laughter ] like, with his -- drake's security guard, like, has me, like, completely at his mercy. >> jimmy: no one touches drake. >> and i'm like, i'm like and i'm like "oh no." like, and i see drake look over.
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and then my eyes, i knew it was like, "help me, please, drake." like, in that moment, if he didn't remember who i was, i was -- it would have just been the most -- i would probably just -- i don't know what i would have done. i would have been so upset. >> jimmy: be in a cast. you would have been thrown out. >> yeah, and luckily, like, he, like, looked at me and i saw him, like, put things together in his mind and he realized it was me. and he comes over and like grabs the guard and he's like, "don't do that. you don't know who that is?" i was like -- i was terrified. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] but, i love it. [ cheers and applause ] don't mess with drake, man. that's the moral of the story. >> not even -- i mean, the security guard was doing his job. you really can't blame him but -- >> jimmy: yeah, of course, yeah, but still. >> but still -- now you hire that security guard when you go to toronto, take him from drake. >> don't expect everybody to know who you are. otherwise -- >> jimmy: oh, i learned that many times. yeah. you are off. you're getting on a plane tonight and you're headed off to brazil. >> yeah. >> jimmy: man, oh man, i'm so happy for you, dude. >> thank you, man. >> jimmy: stay as cool as you are. [ cheers and applause ] shawn mendes, everybody. check out dates for the "illuminate world tour" on shawnmendesofficial.com.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: new this friday, you can see a live performance at la mama theater here in new york city called "changers: a dance story." it stars mia wasikowska and lakeith stanfield, choreographed by ryan heffington and is written and directed by spike jonze. spike took an excerpt of the performance and adapted it into a short film that he's about to shoot here tonight. here is a piece from "changers:
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a dance story." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ picture this i'm a bag of put me to your lips i am sick ♪ ♪ i will punch a baby bear in his
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give me lip i'ma send you to the yard ♪ ♪ get a stick make a switch i can end a conversation real quick ♪ ♪ i am crack i ain't lyin kick a lion in his crack ♪ ♪ i will fall off in your crib, take your kids ♪ ♪ momma on the booty kick your dog, wit your kid ♪ ♪ fat boy dressed up like he's santa and took pictures with your kids ♪ ♪ we the best we will cut a frowny face in your chest, little wench ♪ ♪ i'm unmentionably fresh, i'm a mensch, get correct ♪ ♪ i will walk into a court while erect screaming yes i am guilty i am death ♪ ♪ hey, you wanna hear a good joke nobody speak, nobody get choked ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ get running start pumping your bunions, i'm coming i'm the dumbest, who ♪ ♪ flamethrow your function to funyuns flame your crew quicker than trump youngest ♪ ♪ now face the flame funyuns your fame and fate's done with ♪
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♪ i rob charlie brown peppermint patty linus and lucy ♪ ♪ put coke in the doobie roll woolies to smoke with snoopy ♪ ♪ i still remain that grabbin slacker that spit a loogie ♪ ♪ cause the toter of the toolie'll murder smoke with snoopy ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ nobody speak, nobody get choked, hey nobody speak, nobody get choked, hey ♪ ♪ nobody speak nobody speak ♪ ♪ ♪ only facts ♪ nobody speak, nobody get choked, hey ♪ ♪ nobody speak, nobody get choked, hey nobody speak ♪
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♪ nobody speak nobody speak nobody get ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! come on. oh. thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. are you connected? dude, come up, bring it with you. bring it up with you. hey, buddy. how are you guys? thank you for doing that. that was amazing. uh, thank you for being here. how do you just end up doing stuff like this? i know you're very creative,
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all three of you. but i mean, spike, you came up with this idea, you created this for how? why? >> this was actually, my friend umberto leon and carol lim have a company called opening ceremony and so we -- they're over there. and so we made this -- this was -- it's a initial -- it's a, it's a fashion show, so it's, these are the opening ceremony clothes, but then we sort of decided to make this like 40-minute dance narrative where there's no dialogue, and we wrote up this whole script and all the dialogue is communicated through their dance, and through their movement, so this is the first piece of a 30-minute part and this sort of sets up their relationship, and it's, you know, the play or dance piece or whatever you call it is basically about their relationship, the evolution of their relationship. >> jimmy: i think it's so cool. i mean, how is it -- how long -- the whole thing is around 40 minutes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and this won't -- no one will ever see this after friday. >> we've been filming a lot of it and we're going to film a a bunch of it out in the streets tomorrow. we're going to go to thompson square park and do a a bunch of pieces at it and cut -- cut it together into something and so we'll release
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it at some point, you know, online. >> jimmy: how did you end up working with these two talented? >> yeah, keith you should be doing more of the talking. he's the best talker we have. he's really -- he's funny. i'm not funny. >> me no, speakie, no ingles. >> jimmy: there you go, that's not true. that's not true. that's not true. how did you guys hook up? >> grab this right here so it don't fall. >> jimmy: i think he knows how to hold a camera. spike jonze. okay. >> jimmy: how did he end up talking to you? >> that was on our face time, when i face timed you in japan. >> he face timed me when i was in japan. i just got off this retreat, i was feeling real zen. feeling good. and he face timed me and made it even a little bit brighter and he brought up a situation where we had won an award, "atlanta" had won a golden globe. >> jimmy: i remember. [ cheers and applause ] >> and i did a little move. i did a little move celebrating like this. >> jimmy: yeah, i remember this. yeah, i remember this dance. >> and i guess it kind of blew up or something and he seen it and he was like, "that dude right there, i want him." and so.
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>> jimmy: do you dance? >> i do that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know you do that. yeah. and then we know you've been on the show before. i'm so happy to see you do something, like, this cool and fun. and again, there are people out in the middle of the country that don't even have theaters in their towns, so this is a a big deal to see something like this and to come on national television. >> thanks for letting me do this. i called him a week ago and asked him if we could come do this and you were so -- because last year, i saw you and you were like, "any time you want to do anything, come play." and so i called you and said you want us? do this? and you're like, "yes." come, wednesday. >> jimmy: one more thing, also. all proceeds from ticket sales of "changers" will benefit the greater houston community foundations hurricane harvey relief fund, and you can learn more and donate at ghcf.org. [ cheers and applause ] our thanks to spike, lakeith, mia, "changers" runs through friday at la mama theater in the east village. maren moore performs after the
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she is a grammy award winning country musician who will kick off the fall leg of
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her "hero" tour in october. performing "rich" off of her number one album "hero," please welcome maren morris! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ la-a-a-a-a-di-da la-a-a-a-a-di-da ♪ ♪ if i had a dollar every time that i swore you off and a twenty every time ♪ ♪ that i picked up when you called and a crisp new benjamin for when you're ♪ ♪ here then gone again and a dollar every time i was right about you after all ♪ ♪ boy i'd be rich head to toe prada benz in the driveway ♪ ♪ yacht in the water vegas at the mandarin high roller gambling ♪ ♪ me and diddy drippin' diamonds like marilyn
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me and diddy drippin' ♪ ♪ diamonds like marilyn no i wouldn't be drowning in all your iou's ♪ ♪ every promise you made me would have some real value cause all the little lies ♪ ♪ rolling off your lips is money falling from the sky ka-ching, ka-ching ♪ ♪ i'd be rich la-a-a-a-a-di-da i'd be rich ♪ ♪ la-a-a-a-a-di-da so i told myself i wouldn't do this again ♪ ♪ but how much you wanna bet i'mma do this again rich, head to toe prada ♪ ♪ benz in the driveway yacht in the water vegas at the mandarin ♪ ♪ high roller gambling me and diddy drippin' diamonds like marilyn ♪ ♪ no i wouldn't be drowning in all your iou's every promise you made me ♪ ♪ would have some real value cause all the little lies rolling off your lips ♪ ♪ is money falling from
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the sky ka-ching, ka-ching i'd be rich ♪ ♪ la-a-a-a-a-di-da i'd be rich la-a-a-a-a-di-da ♪ ♪ ooh, i'd be rich la-a-a-a-a-di-da ♪ ♪ damn, i'd be rich la-a-a-a-a-di-da ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. maren morris! [ cheers and applause ] tickets to the "hero" tour are available now. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to julianne moore, shawn mendes, spike jonze, maren morris once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] 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 ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- jeffrey tambor, from "vice principals," actor walton goggins, chatting and eating with action bronson, featuring the 8g band with elaine bradley. ♪ ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. white house press secretary, sarah huckabee sanders said today that "president trump has done more for bipartisanship in the past eight days, than president obama did in eight years.

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