tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC December 4, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am EST
guests -- sting and mylene farmer. eva longoria. and featuring the legendary roots crew. [ r2-d2 beeps ] >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi. here. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome welcome to "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ]
wow. i'm your host, jimmy fallon. you guys, we are just three weeks away from christmas. [ cheers ] which means you've only got three weeks to try to guess what your spouse wants, give up and just get something you'll wind up using. it's like, "honey, i got you air jordans. oh, it's not your size? i guess i'll wear them." that's right, christmas is right around the corner, which means any day now, donald trump should be tweeting out an insult to santa. [ laughter ] he's fat and old and he uses illegal laborers. [ laughter and applause ] tweet. latest on trump is after cnn said that they would not pay him the $5 million he wanted to appear at the next debate, trump said he would appear for free. [ light laughter ] and then he went back to saying what an amazing negotiator he is. i'll do it for $5 million. no? zero? okay.
[ cheers and applause ] amazing. and marco rubio recently attacked trump's comments about making a peace deal between israel and palestine. he said that it's a lot harder than making a real estate deal. [ laughter ] even israel and palestine were like, yeah, this is basically a a real estate deal. that's the whole problem. [ applause ] it'sthe world's oldest real estate deal. you see lindsey graham was at the republican jewish coalition and gave a very fiery speech about what's it takes to win an election. yeah. but i think most people will after. >> you know how you win this election? you don't lose it. thank you very much. [ applause ] whoa. thank you. >> jimmy: and i just lost it. okay, i just lost it. [ laughter ] give it up for your next
[ cheers and applause ] some more news out of washington. there was a big ceremony at the capital yesterday to unveil a a marble statue of dick cheney. people said, "wow, he looks so lifelike." and then cheney said, "actually, the statue's over there." [ laughter and applause ] oh, this isn't good. i read that target's web site crashed this week due to the flood of customers shopping on cyber monday. while radio shack's website crashed when one person googled radio shack. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: someone might come in. >> jimmy: check this out. russia is planning to build a a base on the moon where astronauts will live permanently. when asked if they really wanted to spend the rest of their lives in a barren, lifeless landscape, the russians said, "no, that's why we want to go to moon." [ laughter and applause ] [ imitating sting ]
me and you i hope the russians love the children too [ cheers and applause ] we share the same biology regardless of ideology believe me when i say to you i hope the russians love the children too [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he hates my guts. he's backstage right now -- >> steve: he's going like, "what?" >> jimmy: yeah, he's like this. guys, did you hear? selling bagel balls. [ laughter ] i heard that starbucks is now selling bagel balls, which are basically doughnut holes made out of bagels filled with cream cheese. it's the most delicious food no called bagel balls.
i'll get a venti coffee, grazie and i'll get a couple of -- [ light laughter ] a couple bagel balls. [ laughter ] and a venti latte, grazie, yeah. you know, those things, put them in a bag. a bag of balls. i'll get a couple some croissants, i'll also get a a coffee, a coffee crumble, i'll get one of those things. a danish. i'll get one of these cds. cool, some bagel balls. [ laughter ] what's my name? oh, i don't have a name. just yell out bagels. i'll grab it. i'll get the hell out of here. balls. >> jimmy: uh, my roommate likes it. i don't know what the hell he's throwing in. finally, you guys, baylor beat rice in women's college
of 89-38. but rice wasn't the only one who had a tough time. check out what happened behind the commentators while they were breaking down the game. watch this. >> kalani got fouled a couple times, but kalani quietly, believe it or not, will finish the game. you don't realize even when she went o for five in the first half. >> jimmy: right in the bagel balls. we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. all week long, all the time. the roots, everybody. come back again next week. on monday, claire danes and ron howard will be here. [ cheers and applause ] we're gonna play a game of pictionary. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: that'll be fun. then tuesday, democratic presidential candidate senator bernie sanders will be stopping
[ cheers and applause ] it's a pleasure to meet him. and later in the week, we have john cena, amy poehler, chris hemsworth, will smith, and calvin harris will be here all week. giant, big week. but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. he's a 16-time grammy award winner. she is one of the biggest pop stars in france, making her u.s. tv debut tonight. never has done television. [ cheers ] sting and mylene farmer are here. [ cheers and applause ] sting and mylene will be here, and we're gonna talk to them and they're going to sing "stolen car" is the song. let's see if we can play a a little bit of the song for you. [ imitating sting ] what might save us me and you is if the stolen car is from me to you >> jimmy: that's it. that's all you get. >> steve: that sounded great. >> jimmy: isn't that a good
[ cheers and applause ] "stolen car." that's the name of the song. we'll play a little more. >> steve: what else is on that album? [ imitating sting ] we have a couple other cars a couple we bought a couple we stole this is once a stolen car >> jimmy: that's all you're getting'. >> steve: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's left the building. he's gone. he's going to hit me. >> steve: he's gonna low-jack. >> jimmy: he's gonna hit me, yeah. plus, she has a brand-new comedy coming to nbc, well reviewed. this is a really funny comedy called "telenovela," eva longoria is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] funny, beautiful. eva and i are going to play a a fun game later in the show. it's going to be fun and you guys can play along, too. guys, we have exactly 11 shows left before we go on christmas break, which means it's time for the beloved "tonight show" tradition. it's time for 12 days of
here we go. 12 days of christmas sweaters 11 days left >> jimmy: that's right. every show between now and christmas, we're giving one lucky audience member a a stunning christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since there are 11 shows left, let's open door number 11. [ drumroll ] whoa. [ cheers and applause ] cats and dogs. christmas lights, bedazzled and bonus cat. bonus cat. purple cat. purple cat. all right, let's see who's going home with tonight's sweater. everyone, look at your seat number. if i call your number, i need you to jump up and let me know where you are. quest, can i get a drumroll,
sweater? i'll give this sweater. 225. [ cheers and applause ] oh, come on. get over here. get over here. hey. >> good. >> jimmy: nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> jimmy: what's your name? >> kelsey. >> jimmy: kelsey. kelsey, where are you from? >> jersey. come on. hold this. oh, this is perfect. this will be perfect in jersey. here. >> oh, this is nice. wow. >> jimmy: there's lights, there's light bulbs on here. it's fantastic, kelsey. you don't have one of these already, do you? >> i don't. >> jimmy: look at how subtle, it's subtle. no one will even know you're wearing it. >> look at that. wait, where's the cat? >> jimmy: there's the bonus cat. hey! bonus cat. nice to meet you> >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: congratulations. say hi to jersey. thanks again. stick around. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show,"
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. today is friday. today is friday. [ cheers and applause ] hope you have a great weekend, everybody. friday is usually when i catch up on some personal stuff, you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails and of course, i send out my thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] p i was just running a little late today, and i just thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i would like to write out my weekly thank you notes right is that cool?
[ cheers and applause ] you guys are the best. roots, james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? james, thank you. he's in a good mood. >> steve: happy. >> jimmy: yeah, kinda happy. something hidden, like a secret emotion in there, yeah. >> steve: wait, now i see it. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> steve: god. >> jimmy: thank you, mark zuckerberg, for announcing you had a baby girl last week. man, she's going to be so embarrassed when she finds out her dad is on facebook. [ laughter and applause ] dad! get off facebook! [ light laughter ] and snapchat! yeah, i like a snap, a couple good snaps. thank you, "the wiz," for lasting three hours. or as the old guy next to me at the urinal put it, "been there." [ laughter and applause ] three hour wiz. [ laughter and applause ]
love it. >> jimmy: thank you, ben carson, for giving a speech where you pronounce hamas as hummus. and afterwards, saying that you really falafel about it. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh! stolen car >> steve: i pita the fool. >> jimmy: i pita the fool. thank you, higgins. thank you, people who send out family holiday newsletters for reminding me why i haven't checked in on you in a year. [ laughter and applause ]
>> steve: got a job. >> jimmy: chad got a job. >> steve: their cat even got a a job. >> jimmy: tad just goes and finding stray cats. and he gets paid for it. >> jimmy: paid for it. >> steve: i have to work and this is an audio newsletter. >> steve: i work at a radio shack. >> jimmy: all right, all right. [ laughter ] thank you, cars that have seat warmers, for always making me ask the question, "wait, did i just pee my pants? [ laughter and applause ] feels pretty good if i did." >> steve: i'm just listening to "the wiz." >> jimmy: just want to make sure. listening to "the wiz" on tape. that's all. [ laughter ] thank you, quote marks, for looking like synchronized sperm. [ laughter and applause ]
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, sting, for being on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i hope you get this message in a bottle [ cheers and applause ] get it? message in a bottle. it's a message in a bottle. message in a bottle. a message in a bottle. we'll get the message, in the bottle. >> steve: oh. [ ping ] [ cheers and applause ] >> this madness has to end. the final thank you note. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." thank you. [ cheers and applause ] one, two, three, four, can i have a little more? five, six, seven, eight,
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're joined right now by two of the biggest stars in the music industry. he founded the police and is a a 16-time grammy award-winning artist. we love him. she is one of the biggest stars in france, that's making her u.s. television debut tonight on our show. [ cheers and applause ] as well as performing here for the first time, when these two close the show tonight with their new single "stolen car."
and sting. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. hi. welcome, welcome, welcome. thank you so much for coming on the show, both of you. and thank you for choosing our show to be your first television debut in america. >> it's an honor for me. thank you so much. >> jimmy: what? no, it's an honor for us. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. you see our show over in france? >> yes, we see you, yes, in france. >> jimmy: mcm. >> and people like you very much. >> jimmy: they do? >> they do. >> jimmy: well, i like france very much. hi, france. i like you very much, too. i was so psyched when your were coming on the show 'cause i've seen your videos before. and you do -- you make these music videos that are almost
they're beautifully shot, and they're gorgeous. and the one you just made with sting "stolen car" which i love that song. i sang a little bit of it earlier. >> i noticed. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, it was great. [ light laughter ] really great. one of my favorites. >> really great. >> jimmy: i can give you a a taste of it. if you wanna hear what you're gonna play later. yeah, it's really good. listen to this. stolen car stolen car everybody drives a stolen car [ singning in french ] anyway. that's it. played it right off the computer. i played it right off the computer and it comes right through. isn't that amazing technology? we can do it like that. sting, i'm sorry if i do impressions of you. i can't help it. >> it's okay. >> jimmy: is it all right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you -- you don't do -- do you do impressions of singers? >> no. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: no, mylene, do you do any impressions of any singers? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't. me neither. me neither, yeah. that's what we have in common. i don't do it either, yeah. how did -- oh, i should mention, sting, you're doing this cool thing. remember last time you were on our show, we dressed you up as a barber shop quartet. >> that's right, it was me. >> jimmy: actually we were a a quintet, i guess, yeah. is five a quintet? >> five is a quintet yes. >> jimmy: thank you, very good. so we sang -- [ laughter ] i'm just learning. but we sang "roxanne" together. >> we did. >> jimmy: a nice barber shop version of it. and you're doing a benefit for carnegie hall, arts and education, december 14th here in new york city. and all of these different people are doing it. is it st. luke? >> the st. luke orchestra, and my special guest is chris botti. >> jimmy: oh, of course. >> and the rest of the act is me, or you. >> jimmy: yeah. but they're doing all of your fun songs that we love.
she does is magic", "every breath you take." "englishman in new york." "russians." have you ever heard that song? >> i've heard it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i've heard that before. it's got my favorite songs. "russians." how does it go again? >> where's a frying pan when i need it? >> jimmy: what's the name of the show? >> symphonicity. >> jimmy: symphonicity? >> sym. >> jimmy: yeah, symphonicity. >> no, sym, sym. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: symphonicity. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is a real cast iron pot. [ laughter ] how did you guys -- mylene. hey. tempting, i know. how did you guys end up doing a a duet together? >> i really wanted to meet sting because i'm a very big fan of him.
>> jimmy: oh, have you met him? this is sting, right here. [ laughter ] >> how are you? >> jimmy: we make dreams come true on our show. it's that fast, yeah. so, what did you -- how did you meet him? you just called him up and said, "hey"? >> because we have a friend in common who is a manager, my manager as well. and he worked with sting as well. and then i asked him if i could just meet sting. and i went to london first. and then i went to new york, here, and i saw a very, very beautiful play that -- >> jimmy: oh, "the last ship", which is fantastic. i love that play. and "the night the pugilist learned how to dance"? >> that's the one. >> jimmy: yeah, fantastic song. you sang that last time you were there. it was great. and then you guys just decided to redo one of sting's classics, "stolen car," which i love. i have it right here on my computer. >> no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's rare, but i can just play it. see, it's very easy, very easy to just play. >> please, no. >> jimmy: because half is in english and half is in french. so, it's kind of fun to listen to.
if you recognize your voice? i don't know if you've ever listened to yourself. it's pretty cool. listen to this. it's "stolen car." you can get it on spotify or on itunes. stolen car i drove a stolen car today i drove it i didn't own it anyway [ singing in french ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and it's available on itunes and on spotify. and you'll be doing it -- >> sacre bleu. >> jimmy: sacre bleu and chicken cordon bleu. [ laughter ] now, this is actually a song that is on your new album, mylene, mylene farmer. the name of your album is illuminate? >> no. >> jimmy: no? [ laughter ] the name of your album is illuminates?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is returning to television in the new comedy "telenovela." you can see a special one-hour sneak preview of the show, monday, december 7th at 10:00 p.m., right here on nbc after "the voice." and it will return monday january 4th at 8:30 pm normally on nbc. everyone, welcome please eva longoria.
>> hi. >> jimmy: come on, hi. oh, you look gorgeous. thank you so much for coming on the show. >> hi. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. please, please, please. >> how are you guys? >> jimmy: everything's great. congrats on the show. >> oh my gosh. so great. >> jimmy: i want to get into all that stuff. and you're here during the holiday season, here in new york which is fun, and we're giving out sweaters. >> i know, i just came from miami, and it's like, horrible weather in miami and amazing weather in new york. what is happening? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, you almost don't need that sweater. do you own any ugly christmas sweaters? >> no, i don't. >> jimmy: well, you gotta get >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: if you go to new jersey, you can borrow it from somebody we know. [ laughtf1 with the bonus kitten. >> jimmy: yeah, with the bonus kitten on the back. >> yes, the bonus kitten. no, i don't have ugly christmas >> jimmy: what about awkward presents? what was the worst gift you think, awkward present that you've gotten?
i've gotten no, my grandma used to -- she didn't -- she was old. and -- >> jimmy: as grandmas get sometimes. sometimes it works that way, yeah. >> she's since passed. >> jimmy: aww. >> but she used to get, she would accidentally get us lingerie. i remember being like 8 and going, "what is this?" i didn't know what a negligee was. she's like, "it's pajamas." i don't think, she just saw pink and -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, she just thought it was pajamas. no, it was like -- >> yeah, and me and my sister would be like, weird. >> jimmy: weird, it's a little yeah. >> grandma gave us a thong. >> jimmy: go try it on. [ light laughter ] yeah, no, i'm not trying it on, grandma. >> exactly. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, let's go to bed, everyone. let's go to sleep, yeah. party's over. >> santa's kinky. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where is this, texas? where did you -- >> texas, yeah. >> jimmy: that's where your whole family is from. [ cheers ] whoo! absolutely. >> yeah. what's, the family get together? >> i'm a texican because i'm mexican, so. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah. very cool. yes, and we, we have tamales. oh, one clap. one clap for tamales. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: no, i mean, like, do
[ cheers and applause ] what happened, what happened was you said tamales? then they go, i thought she said, yeah. >> right, thank you for gentrifying that. thank you. >> jimmy: yeah. when i say, when i say, i say guacamole, you would say? >> guacamole. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah. [ laughter ] jalapeo. >> jimmy: jaliponio. >> jalapeo's the same word in english. >> jimmy: we had, we had jeb bush on the show. and he refused to say guacamole. he kept saying, guacamole. [ light laughter ] and i go, "you could say guacamole." he's like, "no, i say, i don't do anything different with my guacamole." [ light laughter ] and i go, okay. and he kept saying guacamole. i go, "this is the best thing ever." but, all right, all right, let's, i want to get to "telenovela." >> yes. >> jimmy: jeez. congrats on this. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] >> i know. it's so good. >> jimmy: great reviews. >> i know. >> jimmy: looks like a great cast. super funny. >> oh it's a funny cast, amazing cast. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. and they're going to show a a sneak peek after "the voice" on monday.
so it's on, on monday. >> jimmy: thank you very much. yeah, yeah. >> that's how it works. >> jimmy: that's how a sneak peek is, yeah. but basically, it's the behind the scenes of the soap opera. >> a spanish soap opera. spanish soap opera, yeah. >> and i play the star of the spanish soap who doesn't speak spanish. >> jimmy: which is perfect. >> comedy ensues. >> jimmy: i know, yeah. you tell me there's a great moment in the telenovela, the greatest, the moment is the gasp, the stare, and the slap. >> well, those are components of a good telenovela, yes. >> jimmy: what would that be? what is the gasp? >> the gasp, the -- [ gasp ] >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> the -- [ gasp ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. >> yeah. the stare? >> the stare down, when you just, you know, at the end of the scene. like, you just -- >> jimmy: oh, oh, yeah, i think i know -- oh, yeah, i think i know what you're talking about. [ light laughter ] >> one of those. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and then of course, the slap. >> and then the slap. >> jimmy: i know, it's yeah. >> i mean, you get to slap each other a lot. >> jimmy: you can slap. no, really? that's fun. >> yeah, there was a girl in a a venezuela telenovela and she
scenes, and -- >> jimmy: oh really? >> it's a true story. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: she would at first be like -- [ gasp ] [ inaudible ] >> she would be like, good morning. yeah. could you give everyone a taste of what that would look like, we were doing a great -- >> you want to do a novella? >> jimmy: tele, yeah. >> jimmy: a novella moment, yes. >> okay, let's do a novella moment. >> jimmy: so let's, like this, okay. okay. >> jimmy: now, do i look at you or do i look at the camera? >> oh, yeah, you gotta look in your camera. let's look in the camera. okay, good. >> okay. >> jimmy: you have the first line. >> hola jimmy. >> 1 [ gasp ] [ slap ] >> jimmy: you didn't do the stare. >> oh, i forgot. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, i just finished, i just finished my gasp. >> okay. [ gasp ] [ light laughter ] [ slap ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. yeah.
[ light laughter ] get out of here. get that out of here. we have a clip. get that frying pan out of here. [ cheers and applause ] give it back to sting. here's eva longoria in the new comedy "telenovela." check this out, it's funny. eva longoria. >> he's the new network president. i bet he hired xavi to shake things up. and you and xavi were the most famous latino couple. i mean, my cousin jeff heard of you. >> white jeff. >> i'm too upset about this. now you have another hot guy to compete with. >> oh, now him? >> i'm not going to let this get to me. i have worked with xavi plenty of times before. and our divorce wasn't that bad. [ screams and cries ] [ speaking spanish ] me. spanish? >> i'm fluent enough. just when you talk really fast, i have no idea what you're i mean, the reverse is true english. saying? >> every word.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i would have done it too. we're hanging out with the star of "telenovela," the lovely, the talented eva longoria. [ cheers and applause ] all right. you're super fun. we're about to play a game that's just like -- [ buzz ] that is just like family feud, only faster. time for "fast family feud." here we go. fast family feud fast family feud here's how it works. whoever -- we're going to hear a question. whoever buzzes in first gets to answer it. [ buzz ] if you get the number one answer, you automatically win the round. [ buzz ] if you don't, the other person has a chance to answer and steal the round. ready to play? >> yeah. >> jimmy: alright, here we go. we surveyed our great audience here the top three answers are on the board. let's hear the first question.
people don't like to receive. [ buzz ] >> fruit cake. [ cheers and applause ] number two. >> jimmy: number two. okay. [ buzz ] >> you can answer it, jimmy. >> jimmy: gift cards? [ buzz ] sweaters. [ ding ] underwear, yeah, yeah. [ ding ] socks. [ laughter ] i was gonna say socks. >> socks. >> jimmy: i'm just thinking -- >> lingerie from your grandma. cards. that's why they call it a gift card. that would be awful. round two. let's hear the question. >> steve: name a one-word greeting. [ buzz ] >> jimmy: hello. [ buzz ] [ laughter ] kidding me? >> might have been hola. >> jimmy: kidding me? is there a number higher than one? what is going on right now? a one-word greeting that you say to someone when your greet
top three? [ buzz ] >> i'm totally confused. [ buzz ] >> jimmy: where's that frying pan? >> is it hi? [ buzz ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: something must be wrong with the buzzer. is something wrong? what is number one? what is number three? [ ding ] >> 'sup. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is going on with the world? [ ding ] what is this? [ ding ] 'sup and yo. >> i was going to say what's up but i was like, "that's two words." >> jimmy: no, that's two words. 'sup and yo. >> all right. you have a weird audience. >> jimmy: 'sup and yo is up there. that was our dance crew from the '90s, 'sup and yo. you were 'sup, i was yo. final round, i can't believe,
one-word greeting. 'sup from the other side. doesn't make any sense! i hate this game. i don't like it. but i love you. here we go. >> okay. >> jimmy: final round, one word greeting, yo. oh, my gosh. here we go. for everything. >> steve: name the most annoying christmas song. [ buzz ] >> jingle bells. [ ding ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. that's the most annoying one? [ cheers ] my winner right there, eva longoria, oh man. [ cheers and applause ] you can watch the sneak preview of her show, "telenovela," monday, december 7th, at 10:00 p.m. here on nbc right after "the voice." stick around. we'll have more from sting and mylene farmer.
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please take me dancing tonight i've been all on my own les promesses d'un jour d'un soir je les entends comme un psaume i'm just a prisoner of love prisonniere de mes failles take me dancing please take me dancing tonight please take me dancing tonight imagine ta femme sa vie glisse entre ses doigts il y a une regle etre chasseur ou bien la proie il lui dira je rentre tard ses affaires
oh there's more than a suspicion in this lingering cologne feront la tete and she runs a traffic light and she drives into the night please take me dancing tonight i've been all on my own les promesses d'un jour d'un soir un psaume i'm just a prisoner of love prisonniere de mes failles take me dancing please take me dancing tonight please take me dancing tonight take me dancing please take me dancing tonight [ cheers and applause ]
thank you so much. thank you very, very much. sting, mylene farmer. [ cheers and applause ] itunes now. my thanks to sting and mylene farmer, eva longoria and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week.