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?? >> announcer: this is breaking news now, from today's tmj4. >> and that breaking news, sad news from the milwaukee broadcast world tonight. eric von pass away tonight. he has been in the radio industry more than 25 years. >> he most recently had the eric von he has been an important voice in the african-american community. he survived a fourth heart attack in june. tonight, we have no official cause of his death. >> governor scott walker sent his condolences on twitter, sorry to hear of the passing of eric von. he was on his radio show over the years, so sad. >> gwen moore tweeted heartbroken to hear of the passing of eric von. his unique style and thought-provoking commentary will be missed.
runners treated for heat exhaustion in heartland. >> healthy young runners at arrowhead high school. the heat and humidity overwhelmed them. >> carole: coreen zell joins us. >> 18 were treated with fluids and oxygen, three taken to hospital on iv drips. several athletes are held up by other runners, coaches, and medical f. season. more than 1,000 runners participated. officials say they knew it was going to be hot and made sure they had enough people on hand to help out. they say the freshmen group was most affected, as they aren't used to running long distances in these conditions. >> with the weather starting off today at the race, it was 84?, so just hot and humid, kids are having a little time, hard time, after they finished the race,
dehydrated, outing of breath. we're giving them fluids and oxygen. >> by the time the teams ran, temperatures had cooled off, everyone who was taken to the hospital is it expected to be okay. in the studio, coreen zell, today's tmj4. >> carole: humidity can make it difficult. thank you, coreen. it has cooled off since the young athletes wilted in the late afternoon heat. what's next. >> meteorologist john malan in the weather center thermometer and more. >> earlier today is when the humidity was around, by about noon to 1:00 this afternoon, the humidity started dropping. look at the temperatures dropping away from the lake. waukesha county, 63, low 70s nearer to the lakeshore. dew points dropped into the 50s to right around 60 in milwaukee. so the cooler drier air is starting to push in. it's going to settle in for the next few days. we do still have opportunities of seeing a little rain around
hard to pick up, so mostly clear skies now. but if you look way out to the west. showers starting to redevelop, northwest wisconsin, into minnesota. so mostly sunny skies, to greet you. 62? tomorrow, less humid air, a chance for storms still in the forecast. i'll tell you when they arrive coming up in a few minutes. >> on the topic of weather. much of the state drying out following heavy rains and flooding in milwaukee. the south side was hit, especially hard, b streets. cars and trucks stalled when drivers pressed their luck on swamped streets and highways. >> the richland county fair will go on as planned. animals are being brought in as the water started receding. fair workers and volunteers are disinfecting the barn. the brookfield center choir director is charged with theft, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from his school.
an email from the principal. >> the director had been fired last year in april. according to this criminal complaint filed yesterday, philip olson admitted stealing. ?? >> in this video, the brookfield central choir is practicing for a performance. many of their events are away from home, and their attire and travel aren't cheap. they were guided by choir director philip olson, resi managing funds for the choir activities. >> if the story is true, it is definitely disappointing. >> parents were given a letter letting them know olson faces felony charges for theft. olson admits he set up an account under his name and the central choir association. an audit found between january 2010 and march 2015, olson took nearly $50,000 and spent it and casinos, dinners, and even to buy a grave site.
home. neighbors say he always talked about how much he cared about his choir students. >> i know he was talking about his students and the junior high school when he had just started this year, and how, you know, how much fun they were. and how he enjoyed it. >> still, parents think his actions are inexcusable. >> this can't happen in these type of environments, and for positions where, you know, students and other faculty are trusting them. this just is not acceptable. >> according to a here at the high school, she had not received deposits for the saint mary winter concerts for the past couple years from olson. veronica macias, today's tmj4. >> carole: milwaukee police need your help tracking down these breakfast crooks suspected of robbing three milwaukee diners wednesday morning.
two. police say three people were involved, two men, and a woman. as you can see, the robberies wore black hoodies and bandanas and covered their faces, if you know anything, police want to hear from you. a motorcyclist is seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash in pleasant prairie. police are asking for help in finding the driver responsible. this all happened last thursday near 80th and cooper. witnesses heard the crash, saw the van full over then drive off. it'ses caravan, maroon or head color with tinted windows. if you know anything, please call police. new concerns about lead pipes have water filters flying off the shelters. for homes older than 1950. the mayor said the city notified 70,000 homeowners they had lead pipes in february 2016. the city says all of the short-term prevention steps are
a water filter. replacing laterals is a pricey project with a long timeline. >> and as a particular concern for infants and children under the age of 6, because they are the most vulnerable. that's the reason, with the dollars, the federal dollars that are funneled through the state, we are going to set as our priority for replacing lead laterals, the childcare centers. >> okay, so if you have questions about your home and lead pipes, you can go to the water works web ace hardware tells us filters have an average cost of just about $40. check out the plans for a new development in downtown south milwaukee. this is a rendering of the proposal. it will include a microbrewery, apartments, an outdoor courtyard. estimated to cost $6.6 million. kids will be playing at the
vandals burned it down last year. they talked about the future of the space. this is all part of the mke play initiative, hoping to rebuild 14 decaying playgrounds, neighbors believe it will benefit all. >> yes, i do. if we get parents involved and artists and education and people to come. >> that's how things change. >> people take ownership of their neighborhood, be proud. >> at exercise. >> i see a beautiful opportunity for young people...but also for families to come and exercise and enjoy family time. >> carole: the playground is paid for with private and public dollars. west allis kids will have new play equipment. liberty heights and veterans park getting new playgrounds, they should be finished by the end of september.
next week. dave sobelman failed to show for a hearing after a customer fired a gun in the restaurant this summer. >> i was led to believe i didn't need to, i didn't pay close attention to the letter. i screwed up. i did not show, the wife did not the new temporary permit allows them to serve food but no liquor. matt lauer taking heat from his performance on the commander in chief forum. >> a lot of viewers tuned in to the interviews with hillary clinton and donald trump. many were disappointed. lawyer took heat for failing to fact check when trump falsely claimed that he was opposed to
others thought lawyer was tougher on clinton and trump. at one point, the #lauering the bar. >> the host at once stunned. governor gary johnson, hoping to be an alternative unsatisfied with clinton and trump was asked about a major humanitarian crisis that dominated news for years now. >> what would you do if elected about aleppo? >> about aleppo? and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis.
stage. now he's at the low 10%. head to our web site, tmj4.com/decision 2016. the brew crew turned into a bunch of yogis. >> carole: we'll tag along as they practice downward dog. >> flames on a plane, a specific cell phone the feds would rather you leave at home. >> and next, summer is wrapping up. where you can catch the final festival o summerfest ground. >> "the tonight show" is next. here's jimmy fallon with a
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welcome back. preparations under way for the final festival of the summer. >> indian summer celebrating its 30th year at the summerfest grounds. changes coming, including a new village, called culture of the our story daily, i believe, in our daily lives, not only at indian summer festival, but throughout the year. menomonee, lake superior, band of ojibway, some oneida and... >> they're going to be demonstrations, one big draw is
the indian summer festival runs friday through sunday, tickets will cost $15. we have a list on our web site, tmj4.com. >> carole: the annual celebration takes place this weekend, music, food and fun. and a temporary new venue. the festival is moving from state street to the parking lots across from the menomonee river on harwood avenue away from any construction. space, the final frontier. these are the star ship enterprise. a 50th anniversary today. >> in 3, 2, 1... >> i will do everything i can to make you answer for what you did. >> this is about saving the future of humanity. >> the original show only ran for three years, but inspired a pop culture movement, including other television series, movies, and merchandise. a warning from the faa, do
plane. this concerns a samsung galaxy note 7. the battery can catch fire. the faa is advising passengers not to turn on or charge those devices on an airplane. and they're also advising people not to put them into checked baggage. red cross workers from milwaukee were some of the first to help families by the flooding in louisiana. coreen zell shares their stories >> captured by milwaukee red cross worker mike jordan. >> and it kind of hits all your emotions, mostly negative, sad, unimaginable. you could picture that a bomb went off at one point, because there's just stuff everywhere. >> mike spent about two weeks helping families in baton rouge and the surrounding area, a time he calls life-changing. >> try to visualize standing in your living room, and in the
feet of water rise up. >> the amount of rain they saw during the first week would fill up more than 10 million olympic swimming pools. >> this is where the waterline was here. >> amber findlay helped distribute displays. >> water was huge, and cleanup kits were also very important. so, we give bleach, brooms, mops. >> flooding as subsided. but there's a long road ahd. support, in the immediate following a disaster, they need our support all the way through. >>...works pretty good. the snow in the winter, which i used to complain about, i may not anymore. because you shovel it away, and move on. >> more than 60 people from wisconsin have gone south to help. and more are on the way. in milwaukee, coreen zell, today's tmj4. >> carole: people in wisconsin
"storm team 4" not as hot and humid, that made for a nice day. >> and a gorgeous sunset. check this time lapse from pewaukee lake. thin clouds in the sky. john malan, how are we looking for tomorrow? >> i love that red sky at night. george mallet's delight. what a week we've had. very summer like. monday 88, and tuesday, 94?. we stayed in the 80s through today with 85?. temperatures will be on t turn. tomorrow, we'll get down to 80?. 72 on saturday. and this is where we should be, 74. the seasonal temperature. precipitation going up with the rain over the past 36 hours, the airport over an inch-and-a-half. finally we're above normal. all three of the summer months were on the dry side. yet for the year, we're only at 19.25 inches, almost 6 inches below normal.
international falls 69. 78 twin cities. that air moving in our direction. l the driest air is still out to our northwest. that's going to be coming in probably saturday and sunday where the dew points are in the 50s. temperatures right now, 71 milwaukee, but down to 61 waukesha, whitewater, 60 in watertown, burlington, lake geneva, and 62 up in fond du lac. now, nothing going on, just a couple mid level clouds, we'll call it mostly clear skies. you scattered showers developing across minnesota. showers and storms across the dakotas, that's where the cold front is moving in, that cold front will also drop temperatures on saturday into the low 70s. high pressure overnight tonight. here's where the storms will start to redevelop by the morning hours, and then as they move in, a couple of scattered showers, you saw that briefly for southeast wisconsin, overnight another chance of showers, and early in the
widely scattered showers. all in all, these won't be big heavy rains like we saw over the past two days. 57 inland, clear, cool, dry. for tomorrow, not bad, 80? with increasing clouds after some sunshine in the morning hours, that we see showers and storms widely scattered after 3:00 in the afternoon. could see a morning shower on saturday, and partly cloudy after that. much cooler, and windy, high 72?. not bad partly cloudy skies, 74?, 76 and partly cloudy into monday, and then we're checked in now early next week, we're looking at temperatures right around 70?. 72 on tuesday, with a chance of a thunderstorm. wednesday, and thursday temperatures with some sunshine right around 70?.
?? after nine packers seasons, aaron rodgers will be under center week one without left guard josh sitton's departure comes as no surprise to the veteran quarterback. >> that's the business, it's a young man's game. and they're always looking to replace you. at some point they're going to try to replace me, too. when that day comes, i won't be shocked either, that's part of the reason we love it. >> first game of the season, panthers-broncos, a good one. cam newton still cam newton. ran for a touchdown and debuted
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starting off with a two-run homer. 17 hits, they beat the cards 12-5. the brewers are one of 15 teams that have added yoga to training. i found out firsthand what it's like and why they do it. >> on any given day at miller park in right field, you may see... >> diving to make the catch. >> but find yourself long before game ti where i stretch, and where everything goes on i'm doing yoga. >> inhale, return the right hand to the sky. >> for the first time, the brewers have integrated yoga into their training. >> it is kind of a shock to your ego to begin with. you sit there, and i played with teammates -- it's not that big of a deal, and then you start doing some of this stuff, and you see yourself sweating and struggling, and you're like, man, i can't believe it's really
>> pause, and the upper body to the interior of the thigh. >> torres has never missed a class. >> he always makes sure that i come to yoga. hey, are you going to be here for yoga, 1:15, don't be late. >> it makes things a lot easier over a long period of time. >> this time, joined by others, all locked in listening to instructor pamela. >> when you exhale, bring the hands back to the heart. >> really, i'm in the day to reset everything, and move forward. i do make sure that we address hips, hamstrings, laterals, core, strength, and of course flexibility. >> the brewers say they've added yoga to affect players's minds and muscles. meant to affect flexibility, breathing, without overtraining. >> it helps me out on the mound, being able to lock in.
[ 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 -- ariana grande. russell westbrook. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 529! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ??
>> jimmy: oh! oh, i love it! looking good! [ cheers and applause ] looking good. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you made it. you're here. that's it. thank you. welcome, everybody. let's get to some news right here, guys. of course, football started tonight! [ cheers and applause ] with the denver broncos playing their first game since peyton manning retired. they had seventh round pick, trevor siemian, take his place. and before kickoff, peyton put his arm around trevor's shoulder, he looked into his eyes and he said, "you know, starting today, you can get two medium papa john's pizzas for $6." [ laughter and applause ] i thought that was so sweet. that was so sweet. [ light laughter ]
that today the new york mets announced that they have signed former nfl quarterback tim tebow. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. and we actually have a shot of tebow in his mets uniform. check it out. there he is. [ laughter ] he looks fantastic. congratulations. congratulations to tim tebow. he's on the -- >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: speaking of the mets, i saw that infielder wilmer flores recently changed his walk-up music to the theme song from "friends." yeah. not only that, tim tebow has already picked out his walk-up music. ? like a virgin ? [ light laughter ] that's not -- that's not true. no, no, no, that's not true. that was a joke. that's a joke that somebody wrote. >> steve: i don't think that's real. is it? >> jimmy: that was a joke that someone wrote for our monologue. >> steve: he picked that? why would he pick that? [ light laughter ] >> steve: guys, we're excited to be here in new york, where new york's fashion week kicked off yesterday. [ cheers and applause ] that's right.
keep going in circles, or as most new yorkers call that, laguardia. [ laughter and applause ] and kanye west actually hosted a fashion show yesterday. and i read that his guests were brought there by bus and dropped off outside an abandoned small pox hospital on roosevelt island. yeah, people weren't sure if they were at a fashion show or the start of a bad scooby-doo cartoon. [ laughter ] i've seen this one. this is creepy. >> steve: zoinks! >> jimmy: speaking of kanye, he reportedly set a record this week, selling almost $800,000 worth of merchandise at madison square garden. [ audience oohs ] beating the record held by pope francis when he held mass there. [ light laughter ] so if you're keeping score, that's yeezus one, jesus zero. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] let's get to --
news. last night was nbc's commander-in-chief forum, where donald trump and hillary clinton discussed national security. it took place on the intrepid, a beautiful aircraft carrier here in new york. and i think you can tell exactly when one of the candidates arrived. watch this. see if you can -- >> just a couple of short months, americans are going to vote in a critical election. hillary clinton and donald trump are vying not only to become president of the united states, but one of them will become the leader of the most potent military force -- [ >> jimmy: "stuck the landing." [ laughter ] actually, matt lauer was criticized from both sides for not being tough enough on the candidates on issues of national security. and i think lauer tried to make up for it this morning by grilling rachael ray on how she'd defeat isis. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] you didn't have to -- that's uncalled for. >> steve: but still, cutting edge. >> jimmy: yeah. guys, did you hear about this?
the regular siri voice to the computer voice from the old "star trek" enterprise. [ audience oohs ] if that goes well, they may even allow you to choose from other well known voices for siri. we actually have a preview of some of the new siri voices. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, well here's one -- [ light laughter ] >> steve: wow, that's great. >> jimmy: here's one that sounds like president obama. you can put it on president obama setting -- >> steve: right. setting up siri as president obama. >> jimmy: here we go. i gotta do it right now. weather? [ ding ] >> the current temperature is a a perfect 76 degrees and sunny here on the beach where i am. [ laughter ] i've got no idea what it is where you are. [ applause ] >> jimmy: here's one that sounds like hillary clinton. siri, can you help me organize my e-mails? [ ding ] >> e-mails successfully deleted. [ laughter ] now, would you like me to
[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: no, i don't! no, siri, no, no. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: looking good. thank you, roots. what's up, higgins? good to see you, buddy. >> steve: good to see you. far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, emmy award-winner james spader will be here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love when he comes by. plus, jack white will be performing for us. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be fun. he's never played a completely solo acoustic performance on tv before. this will be his only u.s. television appearance. jack white, i can't wait. that's going to be fun tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] but first, what a show we have tonight, oh, my goodness.
woman" -- [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: is available now. ariana grande is here! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: she's a delight! >> jimmy: she's the best. oh, she has a new fragrance out. >> steve: oh-la-la. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: "sweet like candy," it's called. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: but we'll get into talking all about that. i feel like ariana and i could be best friends. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: i think so. so we're going to take the best friends challenge tonigh [ applause ] it's gonna be good. plus, then she's going to perform her latest single, "side to side." [ cheers and applause ] also joining us tonight, this guy is one of the greatest basketball players on the planet and a hard working entrepreneur. nba superstar, russell westbrook is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] he's great. we're gonna talk to russell
what he's doing here at new york fashion week. yeah. then he and i are gonna face off in a random object football toss. [ light laughter ] winner take all. [ cheers ] >> steve: gonna take all of it? >> jimmy: i don't know what the winner gets. it's something. hey, guys, football is back! [ cheers and applause ] football is back! that's right. the 2016 nfl season kicked off tonight with the super bowl panthers and the denver broncos. now, as you know at the end of every season, they give out awards like most valuable player. but they also give out awards at the beginning of the season, sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks, like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. now, normally, "the tonight show" gives out these awards. but tonight, we thought we'd do something different. this time, we got nfl stars from around the league to give out their own awards. so with that in mind, it's time
? tonight show superlatives ? >> i'm andy dalton, quarterback for the cincinnati bengals, and i was voted "most likely to star in a new cw show called 'ron weasley: the college years.'" [ laughter ] >> i'm nick mangold, center for the new york jets. i was voted "most likely to walk into old navy and ask if they have pelts." [ laughter ] >> i'm joe flacco, quarterback for the baltimore ravens, and i was voted "most likely to be a a combo of every 'bachelorette' contestant rolled into one." [ laughter and applause ] >> i'm demarcus ware, linebacker for the denver broncos, and i was voted "black mr. clean." [ laughter ] so clean. >> i'm aaron rodgers, quarterback for the green bay packers, and i was voted "most likely to put $50 in the jukebox and only play creed." [ laughter ] >> i'm allen hurns, wide receiver for the jacksonville jaguars, and i was voted "most likely to have the same barber as the warheads candy guy." [ laughter ] >> i'm ryan fitzpatrick, quarterback for the new york
leprechaun." [ light laughter ] >> i'm russell wilson, quarterback of the seattle seahawks, and i was voted" most likely to be the love child of mario lopez and carlton banks." [ laughter ] ? it's not unusual to be loved by anyone ? [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm demaryius thomas, wide receiver for the denver broncos, and i was voted "most likely to ask for a kids menu when he's at dinner alone." [ laughter ] >> i'm drew brees, quarterback for the new orleans saints, and i was voted "most likely voted to blow in your ear and whisper, 'you just got [ laughter ] >> i'm j.j. watt, defensive end for the houston texans, and i was voted "most likely to say, 'everything's bigger in texas,' and then look down and wink." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go right there. thank you so much to the nfl and to all the players who helped out with that bit. we love you guys. you guys are talented, talented guys. stick around. we'll be right back with ariana grande!
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a grammy award nominated artist, whose latest, best selling album, "dangerous woman," is out now. [ cheers and applause ] she also recently released a a new fragrance called sweet like candy, which is in stores now. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our pal, ariana grande! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? >> jimmy: standing ovation. they love you. i miss you. it's good to see you again. >> it's good to see you, too. >> jimmy: how are you? everything great? >> i'm good. how are you? >> jimmy: okay good, that's good. i'm so happy.
i saw you quickly at the vmas doing "side to side" with nicki minaj, and that was just -- [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: a giant performance, you guys were on the spin bike. >> yeah, crazy. >> jimmy: that's the way to do it. >> because that's what you do. you go on the bike and you sing sometimes. >> jimmy: i go to the club sometimes and just go on the spin bike like all night long. >> i would love for the club to start adding spinning into the evening. >> jimmy: yeah. it's so smart. everyone's doing it. >> like a spin bar. >> jimmy: yeah, a spin bar. everyone's doing it. >> off to a rough start. >> jimmy: you didn't though, you rocked it out, pal. there's tons of things to talk about. the tour. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, tell us. [ cheers and applause ] everyone wants to know, everyone online, they go, i want to know about the tour. >> there's -- okay. so the tour dates -- the first batch of them is going up on my website, dangerouswoman.com, tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the dangerous woman tour? what is the name of the tour? >> yes, the dangerous woman tour, the first batch of dates will be up on dangerouswoman.com tonight. tonight, i hit audio, i'm so sorry, as i said that, tonight,
so i'm very excited. i can't wait to get on the road again. there will more, more, more dates coming, but this is, like, for now, i just had to get something 'cause my fans, i promised them. i'm a little late, so, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're very good to your fans. >> thanks, yeah. >> jimmy: this is a big deal. so, you're doing this, and you're doing -- >> "hairspray" as well. >> jimmy: you're doing "hairspray" on nbc. >> yeah, yeah, on nbc. i'm doing "hairspray" live. i'm playing the role of penny. i'm very excited. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how did you get into what made you go, like, oh, i love that? >> oh my god, i heard they were doing "hairspray" live, and i had a heart attack because this has been one of my favorite musicals since literally, like, 10 years old since the original broadway cast, and to be playing kerry butler's role, i just -- it's over -- sorry, i broke your thing. [ laughter ] it's overwhelming, but i'm very excited, so "hairspray" and then tour starts in february. i'm very excited. >> jimmy: very very busy. you got that, then you're
>> oh my god, yes. stevie wonder dude, are you crazy? >> jimmy: i mean no, i am crazy. >> you're fine. i'm crazy. >> jimmy: i'm a little crazy, but james and i are best friends with stevie wonder. yeah. we hung out with them while the roots -- [ laughter ] what? we were there. we were best friends. [ laughter ] why do you keep making that face for? we went to a roots gig -- [ laughter ] stop making that face! it did happen. [ laughter ] we did hang out with stevie. because james' piano wasn't there, so james had nothing to do. he's known for his dancing on stage, but he's also known for his piano playing. [ laughter ] anyway, so james and i were just backstage and we just watched the roots, and they were performing. james didn't perform, and then, the owner of the hotel, was like, "hey, you guys want to meet stevie wonder, he just finished a concert?" and so we went and we just thought we were just meeting with a bunch of people, but there was just ten people in a a room with stevie, and we just went up, and james just started
best friends with stevie wonder. >> that's amazing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you, you got to -- you got to sing with him in the same booth? >> yeah. so we did a song, i featured on the song for "the sing" soundtrack. >> jimmy: oh that's going to be like the biggest movie ever. the animated -- >> the animated -- yes. >> jimmy: it's like in december. it's like coming out christmas. >> yes. i'm featured on the stevie wonder song, man, that's like, what? >> jimmy: i'm good. >> jimmy: no, you're good now, you're okay. >> i'm good now, i can just, like, that's it for me. >> jimmy: i mean were you freaking out? >> oh, my god, yeah. i mean, i -- not only did i get to sing with him, but we were in, like, the same booth. so it was like, me and stevie wonder like arm in arm, holding hands in the booth, singing together, like, laughing, having a good time. i was like, whoa. every time i got comfortable with the fact i was in the booth arm in arm with stevie wonder, then he would like, hit a stevie run, and then, i'd be like, oh, [ bleep ] that's stevie wonder. [ laughter ] you know what i mean, like.
>> jimmy: i actually do know what it means. james and i hung out with stevie wonder all night long. [ laughter ] >> yeah, well you say, you're his best friend, you would know. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. we're best friends. [ applause ] i want to talk about -- i want to talk about -- i want to talk about the fragrance. let's talk about this. >> it smells nice. >> jimmy: sweet like candy. here it is, i have two -- we have two here. but it comes with this cool little powder -- >> yes, a ball. >> jimmy: yes. a ball, yes. let's see -- >> you smelled the first one. now, this is the second one. t >> jimmy: what's the first one called, again ? >> ari. >> jimmy: yeah. this is ari. well, i thought -- this one could be ana. ready? [ laughter ] >> what do you think? >> jimmy: that's how i do it. >> what do you think? >> jimmy: i go -- it's like a a spritz. >> what about one of these? would you do like one of these, like a -- >> jimmy: oh, i like this. yeah, no, jump into it, i swim through mine. >> yeah, there you go. >> jimmy: i do mine -- >> there you go. you smell nice. >> jimmy: it's nice. and it also smells a little bit
[ laughter ] that's why i don't have mine at all. look at you. you're making fragrances, knocking it out of the park. >> this is so not exciting after the stevie wonder conversation. >> jimmy: no, it's so exciting. well, you designed a fragrance. >> it's crazy. >> jimmy: no, you want to see how exciting it is? >> i mean, it's great, you should get it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. here's the better news. you don't have to get it because everyone in the audience is getting one tonight! [ cheers and applause ] ariana grande's new perfume. that's what i'm talking about. they are excited about it. everyone get's "sweet like candy." i told you. i knew it was going to work. come on. oh, please. >> no, no. [ applause ] >> jimmy: now look, stevie and i -- stevie and i are best friends, of course, but i feel like me -- i feel like you and i -- >> what did we miss? >> jimmy: i feel like you and i could be -- could be best friends, and there's only one way to find out. >> actual best friends.
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back everybody, we're hanging out with ariana grande! [ cheers and applause ] her new fragrance, sweet like candy, is in stores now. ariana, you've been a guest on the show a lot, and so i thought it would be fun to play a game to see how well we know each other. would you like to play? >> i would love to. >> jimmy: alright, then it's time for the best friends challenge. here we go. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: now here's how the game works, you draw a question from the best friends box. then the other person guesses how they think you would answer that question. >> perfect. >> jimmy: we'll see how many we can get right. ariana, why don't you draw first question. >> okay. do i -- >> jimmy: yeah you can -- yes, you ask the question. >> i don't want to. okay. if i could be any animal, what animal would i be? oh so this is you guessing what i would -- >> jimmy: i'm guessing what -- if you could be any -- >> ii what which one would i be? and i write the real answer? >> jimmy: yep. i write the real answer too. any animal, what animal would you be? okay. [ tick ] show your answer to the camera. i won't look.