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musical guest ariana grande. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 536. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. please. thank you very much. enjoy yourself. welcome everybody. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. you're here. you made it. you're the show. i love you too. guys, i'm your host
presidential nominee hillary clinton on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] or as she put it, "touch my hair and you die." that's right hillary clinton is here and today is my birthday. [ cheers and applause ] ? later we're going to bring out ke i think that will be great. that will be a nice moment. >> steve: so sweet. >> jimmy: hillary and i will be talking about the campaign. and of course the upcoming debates. and get this they just announced that during the second presidential debate the moderators will be picking questions based off of what's trending on facebook. which will explain their opening question, "is black chyna too good for rob?" why do we -- and this is very interesting hillary's campaign is actually
because they don't know which version is going to show up. [ laughter and applause ] i think this will help you tell who is who. take a look at this. >> a lot of people are starting to say, "hey what a minute trump is sort of right. we're going to have to start looking at this." he's a 100 percent wrong. okay, he's a 100 percent wrong. i will do a much better job. i'll do a great job. i'll bring the country back. i'll bring our jobs back. the donald you have to see what's happening in mexico. no, i don't. i really don't. [ laughter and applause ] this? "news week" is now saying that donald trump executive produced the russian version of "the apprentice." although, that's not the only russian version of an american tv show. premiering this week is "the fresh putin of --." ? this is a story all about how my life got flipped turned upside down ? >> jimmy: i sound like count
that doesn't sound like putin at all. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: i don't know what i'm doing. >> steve: it's count chocula. >> jimmy: guys, last week trump revealed his childcare proposals including a plan to guarantee six weeks of paid maternity leave. yeah, mothers will get six weeks off as long as their babies can produce their long form birth certificates. you can get that back. it seems like everybody is talking about this. samsung is recalling one can overheat and explode. its forced the company to do a a lot of soul searching and come up with some different slogans. here are a few options. "samsung those aren't a lot of texts. your phone is literally blowing up." [ laughter and applause ] your phone is blowing up right now. next there is, "samsung who needs eyebrows?" >> steve: you don't. >> jimmy: they don't do anything. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: next there is, "samsung at least it still has a headphone jack, right?"
plug it in and out it doesn't work. then we have, "samsung, this message will self destruct in five seconds." that kind of makes you feel like james bond. "mission impossible." finally, we have, "samsung the hover board of cell phones." >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: that's exciting. meanwhile, edward snowden said this week that the public would be worse off if he hadn't revealed that the nsa was tracking people's phone conversations. remember the last time they actually had a phone conversation. 2003 maybe? hello? i don't know what to make about this. apparently there is a farm in oregon that offers a yoga class that you can take with goats roaming around you. they even have a special
facing --" [ laughter and applause ] finally, i want to say congrats -- i want to say congratulations to both mel brooks and morgan freeman who will receive the national medal of arts this week at the white house. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] when mel brooks heard about the honor he said he's like to thank god. than morgan freeman said, "you're welcome." we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots everybody. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a hot crowd tonight. >> steve: a hot crowd. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. thank you guys very much. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: guys it is monday.
tomorrow night mark wahlberg of sofia vergara will be here. [ cheers and applause ] plus, later this week kelly ripa, hugh jackman and will forte will all be joining us. then we will have performances from shawn mendes and "america's got talent" winner grace vanderwaal. that was my pick. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: i love her. but, first this big democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] plus, he's one of the best guy from "brooklyn nine nine" terry crews is on the show. [ cheers and applause ] then we got great music from ariana grande. [ cheers and applause ] it's gonna be good. hey guys i was watching tv the other day. just flipping through the channels. and i came across this show on teen nick called "ew." it's a pretty good show. a lot of people even say i look
i don't know if i see it though. well, take a look for yourselves. here is the latest episode of "ew." [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi everyone welcome to "ew." i'm sara. if you are wondering, it is s-a-r-a. with no h. 'cause hs are ew. joining me today is one of my all time, bffs. becky campbell. [ cheers and applause ] hi, becky, what's up? i didn't see you like all summer. >> i know. first i was at theater camp. then i had to go on a family vacation to the grand canyon. >> jimmy: ew, how was it? >> ew, it was so lame. it is just a big dumb hole in the ground. it doesn't even have wifi. >> jimmy: ew, no wifi. >> seriously. >> jimmy: no wifi? >> i'm actually glad to be back at school.
let's do some back to school instaelfies. i'll go first. [ camera shutters ] >> oh, now it's my turn. >> jimmy: yeah. [ camera shutters ] >> everything about school is so boring. let's do something exciting. snapchat fast walk. [ camera shutters ] ew. by the way, becky, the homecoming dance is coming up. are you ready? >> there is only one way to get ready. >> jimmy: are you thinking what i am thinking? >> ew, dance party! >> ew, dance party! ? >> oh, those look like some pretty nifty dance moves going on down here. >> jimmy: ew, becky it's my stepdad gary.
becky, with the good moves. >> ew. >> ew. >> you know, back in my day, i was known to cut a rug. check it out. hash brown moonwalk. >> jimmy: stop it gary. >> by the way do you guys mind if i do one of those instamemes? [ camera shutters ] >> jimmy: ew! gary. >> anyway. speaking of snacks. i just want to let you know your mom and i are upstairs making the peanut brittle if you are in the mood for a nifty crunch. ?s it so much fun to eat you can eat a lot ? ? or you can eat a little that's the joy of peanut brittle ? >> jimmy: ew, gary stop. >> hey! i'll catch you two on the flippity flop. >> jimmy: gary get lost. i'm sorry. okay, its time for the ew speed round. here we go. good and plenty. >> ew. >> jimmy: salad tongs.
>> ew, that's so old. >> jimmy: i know. adam levine? >> ew, gross. >> jimmy: joe pesci. >> cute. >> jimmy: what? really? >> yeah, he's like a really talented actor. have you ever seen "eight heads in a duffel bag?" >> jimmy: "eight heads in a a duffel bag?" no, never heard of that. pumpkin spice latte. >> ew, i love them. >> j here. let's try it. ew, it's so pumpkiny. it's so pumpkin. i'm drinking a pumpkin. that's all the time we have for "ew." i want to thank becky for joining us today. tune in next week. ew. >> ew. ? >> jimmy: i guess i can kinda see the resemblance. my thanks to miley cyrus everybody.
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is a great honor to be joined right now by a a former first lady, new york state senator, and secretary of state. she is also the democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential election. please give a warm "tonight show" welcome to hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: welcome! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome. thank you so much. it is -- [ laughter ]
it is great to have you here. let's talk about -- [ laughter and applause ] let's talk about everything. thank you so much for being here. >> you are so welcome. i am not contagious. >> jimmy: you are not -- no. >> just for your information. >> jimmy: you're feeling much better. is that correct? >> oh, yeah. absolutely. nothing like a little rest when -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> your doctor tells you to, and you don't do it. >> jimmy: how is that for you? because that would have driven me crazy. [ sighs ] >> it was crazy for me because, you know, i'm used to just kind of getting up and powering and, that's what i thought i could do. it turned out i couldn't. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i took a few days off, and actually, i think it was good. i got a chance to sort of reflect on this crazy campaign that we're involved in -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and decided that, you know, i'm gonna talk about what i think needs to happen to help people, and try to stay away from a lot of the negative insult stuff that goes back and forth. [ cheers and applause ] and, i -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and, i feel really good
this is a really consequential election. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> just in case you were wondering. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. no, i know. i know. i know, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you -- did you hydrate, did you do soups and -- >> oh, hydrate, soups, yeah. >> jimmy: did you do -- do you have any, like, clinton -- how is -- is bill a good nurse? [ laughter ] >> you know, he's very solicitous. yeah, he -- >> jimmy: yeah, he -- >> yeah, he was really -- he was really, very sweet, actually. >> jimmy: uh -- >> my dogs were great, too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: uh, we just had, uh -- we just d on the show a few days ago. >> oh, i heard that. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] but i head that he left something in your dressing room, and i apologize because i didn't know that -- >> oh. >> jimmy: he left something behind, and that's -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: we usually don't -- he left that here in, and this is just -- i know you -- >> let's look. >> jimmy: i mean -- >> i mean, let's see what's in there. >> jimmy: well, this is a a framed photo. this must be of his wife or something. no, is that -- no, that's not melania. is that? [ laughter ] >> awe, that's his -- yeah.
that's not -- are you sure? that shouldn't -- i don't know if this is -- >> yeah, the most famous bromance doing, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: besides me and timberlake. but, yeah, uh, the -- [ cheers and applause ] >> but, justin's worthy of your attention. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. i appreciate that. he has a -- >> the last i checked, he hadn't -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, killed off his adversaries. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i don't think he has, either. [ laughter ] a cd. why would have a cd in there? we don't even have a cd player in the back there. oh, i see. this is pink floyd, "the wall." so, i understand what he's talking about. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's why he must be really into that. >> that's as close as he's gonna get to the wall. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we got to return that, but anything else? is there anything? do you want to see what's in here? >> well, let me see what else you got in here. >> jimmy: oh, i don't know. this is just -- >> this is a pretty beat up bag. >> jimmy: because he carries that around with him? >> this is like a homeless person's bag, you know? [ laughter ] oh, look! you know what? >> jimmy: what? >> he left these for you, softballs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, is that --
my gift to him. >> no. >> jimmy: yeah, that was it. that's what i gave him. >> yeah, you gave him. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i'll give them to you later in the interview, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i played softball when i was a lot younger. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what position were you? >> well, i pitched, and i played outfield. >> jimmy: did you really? >> i was -- yes. i played summer league when i was all the way through high school. >> jimmy: were you good? >> um, you know, by my standards. [ laughter ] i am -- i am -- you know -- >> jimmy: me too. >> not the greatest athlete, but i loved playing ts i was growing up -- >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and -- [ scoffs ] local businesses would sponsor the teams. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, we were sponsored by one of the candy distributors in our town, and they were pushing a certain product. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, we were called "the good & plenty's." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i guess that's kind of interesting. >> is that candy still around? i'm not even sure. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> good, yeah. >> jimmy: sure, you can get good & plenty's. >> yeah, well it was great. >> jimmy: but i think they're
[ laughter and applause ] when you were -- it's like liquorish and -- >> yeah, and they were black, white, and pink. >> jimmy: yes, of course, i remember that. >> so, of course, our uniforms were black, white, and pink. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think that's pretty good. >> oh, yeah. yeah, well, you know, it distracted a little bit from the game, but it was worth it. >> jimmy: when you were a a little girl, were you -- did you ever -- did you dream of being president, or was that -- >> no. >> jimmy: you couldn't dream of that? >> no. no, i mean, it wasn't even within the realm of the possible for little girls back then. and, that's what's so exciting about this campaign because we have slowly, but steadily, knocked down all the barriers. and, it's important -- [ cheers and applause ] and, look, some people are not happy about the barriers being knocked down. your former guest, donald trump, you know, has refused to actually admit that president obama is an american, born in america, and for five years, he's been hammering in this so-called "birther movement," which i
a distinguished federal judge because he was born indiana of mexican heritage, called him a a mexican. he went after the gold star family, whose son was heroically lost in iraq because they're muslims. and, i mean, you just have to take a deep breath and say to yourself, "what kind of country do we really want? and i want a country where barriers are knocked down, and little girls and little boys can feel like they can go as far as their hard work wil take them without regard to race and ethnicity and religion and gender and sexual orientation and all of that." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have two little girls. >> i know you do. >> jimmy: and, i know they're gonna be so psyched that i interviewed you. one day, they're gonna be asking about you, so this is a a historic night for me. it's pretty cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, you know, i know you've got two little girls, and, you know i love kids. i started my -- >> jimmy: yeah.
and so for me, figuring out how, not just your kids or my grandkids, but all kids, get everything they need to go as far as their hard work and talent will take them. it's really what we should be focused on in our country. >> jimmy: yeah. well, we have a little -- >> and that's what intend to work on. >> jimmy: we have little boys and girls watching our show. they watch us, and then, they want to see you. why should they grow up to be president? why should they want to be president? >> well, they should want to be what they want to be. they should follow their dreams. but they should not feel that they bump up against a hard glass ceiling, or that because of who they are, where they were born, who their parents are, any other circumstance, that somehow the american dream isn't big enough for them. you know, we have to decide in this election what kind of country we want. you know, are we going to be a a country that comes together, that respects each other, that celebrates our diversity, which, i think, is one of our great strengths -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> or are we gonna be pitted against each other and be divided and have all this
working for everybody, not just people at the top? and, are we gonna keep the world safe and work with people whose values we share? i think these are consequential questions, but they're also really at the root of who we are as a country and what values we have. >> jimmy: speaking of pitting against each other, the debate is coming. >> yes, yes. it is. >> jimmy: september 26th -- >> right. >> jimmy: we have lester holt moderating. how -- which trump are you gonna get? do you have any idea of what -- because he seems to be changing a bit. >> well, look. he's trying to somehow convince people to forget everything he has said and done, you know. and, i don't think that he's gonnget away with that, at least, you know, judge us on who we are, what we've done, what we've stood for. and, maya angelou has this great line, you know. i admired her so much, i was fortunate enough to get to know her. she said, "when someone shows
first time." right? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is good. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she is amazing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: more with hillary clinton when we come back when we come back, everybody. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ? daughter: mom, ready to go? mother: i'm looking for my kohl's coupons. why? i set up the kohl's app on your phone. huh?
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the "tonight show" everybody! we are here with the democratic presidential nominee, hillary clinton! [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for coming back. and thank you for talking to me, cause next time i see you, you might be president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, from your lips to appreciate this. uh, i want to talk about campaigning because, when you campaign i fell like it's so tricky. because you have to go and you have to say hi to everybody and be happy, uh, and you do. but also people kind of want to see this hillary. which is the bad-ass hillary. [ laughter ] yeah, and the serious hillary. and so you have to laugh, but you also, people want to see this. they want to see someone whose gonna protect us and be strong and tough, because you have the reputation. >> right, well, and i will too. >> jimmy: and you absolutely, oh trust me, yeah, i don't mess with you. yeah, yeah. >> we'll protect our country and keep it safe and do some good things. set some big goals. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah, but is it a tricky balance to do, where you?
women. it just is, because you know, there is a lot of serious things. the other night i was on a show and being asked about isis and iran, and i was serious. these are important issues that the country needs to talk about. and the republican's were saying, "oh, she looks so serious." well, you don't talk about isis with a big grin on your face. they're a barbaric evil group that we have to defeat and wipe out. but it is a constant balng act, you know, how do you kind of keep the energy and the positive spirit while taking seriously what you need to. >> jimmy: cause this campaign, i've never seen anything like it. >> i don't think there has been anything like it. >> jimmy: i mean, it's long, and long, and long. >> it's so long. >> jimmy: and you're everywhere, i just don't know. >> i mean, most other countries, i don't know if anybodies here from other countries, but other democracies -- >> jimmy: yeah, we do usually. >> do not take forever to choose their leaders. they're much more focused and the time period is compressed and i just think it drags it
and it's hard to maintain the attention of the public when you've been going out for 18 months or two years, whatever it takes. >> jimmy: yeah, it really is. um, we do a, i know you have a a tumblr, called "letters to hillary." >> yes. >> jimmy: where kids write you letters. >> right. >> jimmy: some are admiring, some funny, some even a little bit critical. >> yes. >> jimmy: uh, we do a bit on our show called "kid letters," and it's kind of the same thing. uh, where kids write to me with advice about how to improve the "tonight show." >> do you listen? >> jimmy: yes. >>d. do listen. uh, i have a few, i have an example here. >> okay. >> jimmy: this one here's from mason, who is age five, so i don't think he or she is awake right now. um, nathan said, "dear jimmy, i'm five. i like your show, you need science on your show. i like ellen's show, she has science. you don't. ellen wins. it's me mason." and i go thank you.
i appreciate that. >> well, i think that's good advice. >> jimmy: i do have science on the show, mason. watch the show more, yeah. uh, we do have, there's a few kid letters that we got, these are actual letters, from kids submitted to "letters to hillary." >> right. >> jimmy: and i'd like to read a few to you. >> okay, good. i'd like that. >> jimmy: see what you think. uh, this first one says, "here is some friendly advice for you." >> oh, good. >> jimmy: advice number one, post less on instagram. 200 posts in a month, that's a a lot. >> who's that from? >> jimmy: uh, it's anonymous. their just giving you straight advice, they don't want any. >> okay, good. >> jimmy: advice number two, they said, post more on snapchat. which is very interesting, cause they don't want on instagram, they want more on snapchat. >> okay. >> jimmy: advice number three says, cut your hair now lol. [ light laughter ] best hair style was when you were a senator, and in november 1994. kid. [ laughter ] >> this is a very,
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: how do they know all these facts? >> oh my, gosh. this is what the internet does. i mean, they can look up pictures from 1994. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't think this is the candidate you have to worry about hair, but uh, yeah. >> yeah well, that's one of my constant themes. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. uh, this one, this is abby, she signed this one. she's nine-years-old. she says, "dear hillary, i am nine-years-old. hi, my name is abby, and i really want to try, i really want you to try your very best to try an become the president of the united states. getting a letter from my cousin, hailey." [ laughter ] "we come from oshkosh, wisconsin", yeah. >> go haley! i like that a lot. >> jimmy: yeah, hailey and abby, yeah. >> good. >> jimmy: this last one, is from brijani ellis, age 12. uh, she said, "dear hillary clinton, my name is brijani ellis. i would love for you to become president. but there was a wall called donald trump trying to stop you. but no, us women will not stand
knock down this wall, and show that women have a place in this world." [ cheers and applause ] >> yay, brijani! >> jimmy: she's really, brijani ellis. it says, "p.s. i'm 12 and i approve this message." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's cute. uh, well thank you so much for visiting us, best of luck. >> thank you. >> jimmy: please come back and see us thank you very, very much. >> i would like that. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hillary clinton! the first presidential debate is september 2 terry crews joins us after the break. stick around everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ? [?diggy? by spencer ludwig]
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: terry crews. >> jimmy: that's how you make an entrance right there. >> you know, i could wake up to this every morning. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talk -- all right, come on. that's the best, man. i love that energy. thank you so much for coming back to the show. >> it's awesome. >> jimmy: congrats on everything. i just was talking about you the other day, 'cause we had the kids from "stranger things." >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: do you guys watch "stranger things?" have you seen that? >> i love that. [ cheers and applause ] love "stranger things." >> jimmy: one of the boys was saying, he goes, "oh, you're -- i watch you on youtube all the time." he goes, "my favorite is when you do the nip sync."
sync?" he goes -- >> it's nip syncing! >> jimmy: no, we did the -- [ cheers ] >> it's nip sync. >> jimmy: we did -- >> we did a whole thing. "ebony and ivory." >> jimmy: "ebony and ivory," we hit the harmony and everything. >> paul mccartney was down. >> jimmy: oh, it was good, man. that's right, he was. >> he loved it. >> jimmy: he loved it. so, we did a duet where we were both shirtless, but i clearly had a body double and -- [ laughter ] but i love that he -- and thank you for doing that. >> oh, no, it's good. i love taking my shirt off. >> jimmy: i know. [ laughter ] i love having you on. >> i look for excuses. >> jimmy: i don't, however. >> i've ripped every shirt i've >> jimmy: we just had hillary clinton on the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: obviously she's running for president. have you ever run for anything or school office or? >> no, not at all, because i'm too honest. it's weird. [ laughter ] you know what i mean? i am. you know what i mean? i would do something all wrong, i'm like, i just farted. you all know i just farted. [ laughter ] and they'd be like, oh, we ain't voted for this dude, man. >> jimmy: no. >> you gotta tell people what they wanna hear and i'm always like, hey, man, you got a a boogie in your nose right there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we need someone like that. >> and they'd be like, oh, he's done. he's done. it's over.
>> i went from football to basketball to track to break dancing. that's what i did. [ light laughter ] i was, i mean, it was the middle of the break dance phenomena and i practiced like a fool. >> jimmy: did you have a crew? >> oh, yeah, i had a crew. it was all good. we were called "the big man breakers." [ laughter ] real original! >> jimmy: "the big man breakers." >> it was real original. we are all pretty big. so -- >> jimmy: oh, that's great. what year was this? this was like -- >> oh, this was '86, '84. i mean, this is at the height. like, you know -- >> jimmy: "electric boogaloo." >> "electric boogaloo" wut >> jimmy: "beat street." >> "beat street." it was hot. >> jimmy: king of the beat. >> yeah, it was hot. >> jimmy: really. and did you just like do cardboard down? lay it down and go? >> we had cardboard and the basement, man. and i would practice spinning on my head for hours. i mean, no girlfriends. nobody would even get near us. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> because you know, they're spinning. could they stop spinning? you know, we wanted some prince, right now. could you please stop spinning? >> jimmy: yeah. did you have a go to move? >> i had the go to move, which was the robot.
[ cheers and applause ] play something! ? [ cheers and applause ] ? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man! ? >> yo, yo, hey! ? >> jimmy: that's how you do it. [ cheers and applause ] that's how you do the robot. that was a great one. >> you know, as i get older the moves get more subtle, 'cause you're like, i'm hurting. [ laughter ] but you see that there's just little, little touches. that's all you gotta do. >> jimmy: no, i loved it. you're just so much energy and so positive. how do you stay so positive and so -- >> you know what, the key to energy -- i get that asked a -- that asked to me a lot, but the key to energy is gratitude. it's truly, truly gratitude. [ cheers and applause ] no, it's real! the more thankful you are the more energy you get.
literally feel the energy being zapped from you. you know what i mean? but once you find one thing to be grateful for all of a sudden you get the energy to do things. i'm from flint, michigan. [ scattered cheers ] i am a statistic that didn't go by the statistics, because a a lot of my friends are in jail, a lot of my friends have died, a lot of my friends are no longer here and i look -- here i am in front of the whole world all the time doing what i love, which is amazing. [ cheers and applause ] you just feel the energy! i feelap >> and that's for you too. anybody in the world can find that. >> jimmy: i feel it too. [ cheers and applause ] yes! ? >> feel it! ? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, i love this guy. come on! >> yes. >> jimmy: terry crews! the new season of "brooklyn nine-nine" returns tomorrow at 8pm on fox. arianna grande performs for us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come back tomorrow night. from the new movie "deep water horizon," mark wahlberg will be here. plus, sofia vergara and music from moe. it's gonna be good, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] our next guest just announced a a massive world tour in support of her album "dangerous woman." here to perform "jason's song" with a little help from the roots and tony award winning composer jason robert brown, give it up for ariana grande. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? yeah you really tried but i was blind to all the
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to hillary clinton, terry crews, ariana grande, jason robert brown and the roots in philadelphia, pennsylvania, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for watching, have a a great night, and i hope to see you tomorrow. bye, bye everybody. thank you, thank you.
[ cheers and applause ] ? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- ice t, from "marvel's agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." clark gregg, music from glass animals, featuring the 8g band with elaine bradley. ? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] >> that's good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump held a news conference friday, where he announced, he believes president obama was born in the u.s. said trump, "i hope that settles the issue, that muslim was born