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♪ the pos ee from the south bay back tonight on the world of daps for the next right now called the dual. the 7 teenagers from north cal dance arts and j low and knee wrote gave high zblarks you are so impressive to me there is something about a. >> tonight petition that'sed off against the soloist the posee got 86 the competition got 591 unfortunately it was the end of the road for the posee tonight but hats hover a great run fun to watch. >> that's going to do it for us tp see you tomorrow. bye-bye. >> good night. [ 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 -- steve carell, lily collins,
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musical guest, sheryl crow, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 701 north dakota! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness! thank you very much, everybody. thank you, so much. and welcome, welcome, welcome, to "the tonight show." thank you so much for being here. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for watching. welcome. here's what people are talking about, you guys.
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i saw that president trump invited all republican senators to the white house today for a a meeting about health care. yep, i guess he turned to each of them, said, "you have five seconds to explain it to me, go." [ light laughter ] "i don't get it, i don't get it." it came out yesterday that under the republican health care plan, 22 million people will lose their health insurance over the next decade. [ audience boos ] 22 million. or as trump put it, "wow, that's like half my inauguration crowd. [ laughter and applause ] twenty -- there was 44 million people." i saw that canada is restoring a historic brothel that was owned by trump's grandfather in 1897. [ light laughter ] they're even putting up a a plaque out front that says -- "the trumps: screwing people since 1897." isn't that nice? [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: isn't that -- >> steve: that's kind of them. >> jimmy: oh, historic. historic, but it's an honor. listen to this, today a giant cyber attack hit computer systems in russia. in related story, hillary clinton just had a a great week at computer camp. she had the best time.
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[ laughter ] she loves it. wants to go next year. guys, check this out. i saw that a 125-pound mastiff was just named the world's ugliest dog. [ audience aws ] you can tell she's ugly, because they didn't know which end to put the medal around. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] and he goes that's -- that's an honest mistake. >> steve: that's rude. >> jimmy: that is rude. >> steve: i don't think that's true. >> jimmy: i take full responsibility for that. >> steve: it's rude. >> jimmy: i am so sorry. that was rude of me. [ light laughter ] her face is that side. sorry. >> steve: the other part is that way. >> jimmy: the other side is that side. actually, a new report says that more pets are becoming overweight. it's not good. instead of using their wheel, hamsters are just hanging their clothes on it. [ laughter ] you own it. just run around. five minutes a day. what's the big deal? what's your fitbit saying? [ light laughter ] this is very interesting. there's a new study that says nine in ten americans have trouble sleeping. but i just saw an ad for a new product that might be able to help people out. check this out. ♪ >> do you have trouble falling asleep? does nothing seem to work? well, good news. there's a solution.
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introducing zzzquil extra strength: mike pence edition. [ light laughter ] just one dose is the equivalent of watching five minutes of any mike pence speech. side effects include -- fatigue, slurred speech, droopy eyes, basically you turn into ben carson. [ laughter ] zzzquil extra strength: mike pence edition. not covered by trumpcare. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: not covered. >> steve: not covered. >> jimmy: not covered by trumpcare. >> steve: they do not cover that. >> jimmy: hey, guys, i saw that today is national sunglasses day. [ cheers ] yeah. when i heard that, i was like, "are you serious?" [ applause ] [ light laughter ] [ cheers ] you serious? [ light laughter ] [ applause ] this is pretty crazy, guys. thank you. this is pretty crazy. oscar meyer just created a new drone -- oscar meyer created a drone -- that can drop hot dogs from the sky. [ light laughter ]
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so, your move, russia. there you go. that's what we're doing. [ applause ] a drone that drops hot dogs. yeah, i'll believe that when pigs fly. [ laughter ] hey, wait a minute. finally, i read that portland, oregon, just held its annual naked bike ride. [ scattered cheers ] people all over oregon were like, "dude, that's why you borrowed my bike." okay, i get it." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: woo. sounds good. guys, we have a fantastic show tonight. from the new movie "despicable me 3", steve carell is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: one of the funniest, nicest, best guys.
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>> steve: lookin' gorgeous. >> jimmy: love his wife, nancy walls. one of my favorite comedians. she's fantastic. and i just met the kids backstage. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: good kids. cute, good looking kids. nice, polite kids. >> steve: polite? not like your kids. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i don't even talk to those bastards. [ light laughter ] one of them's probably in jail. [ light laughter ] you should be incarcerated. >> steve: from military school. >> jimmy: you don't talk to -- you have twin boys you don't talk to, right? for how long? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: how long? when's the last time you saw them? >> steve: i saw them -- i saw them at the hearing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: steve carell and i are playing a really fun game tonight called "blow your mind." >> steve: oh. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: you don't want to miss it. it is -- it is good. plus, she's a great actress who you can see in two new netflix movies, "to the bone" and "okja."
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lily collins is dropping by. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: two interesting films. great. oh, we have great music tonight from my pal -- oh, i love her! grammy award winner, sheryl crow has some new stuff! [ cheers and applause ] oh, i love sheryl crow! "be myself." oh i love sheryl crow. guys, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros & cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of getting a summer job. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: as we all know, it's beginning of summer. a lot of high school and college kids have started working to make money for school. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of getting a a summer job. here we go. pro -- finding a fun, low-pressure job that allows you plenty of free time. con -- like being president. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: "fore!" >> jimmy: "fore!" [ light laughter ]
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"four score and seven tweets ago." [ light laughter ] four score and seven tweets ago? >> steve: "our five fathers." >> jimmy: "just some golf humor." [ light laughter ] "just some abe lincoln humor." pro -- getting a job as a camp counselor. con -- playing fun games like call the parents and remove the tick. [ applause ] there you go -- fun games. >> steve: fun. so fun. >> jimmy: kids love it. getting a job an ice cream shop. >> steve: oh, fun. >> jimmy: con -- giving the stink eye to people that sample more than three flavors. hey -- [ applause ] i'm on to you, man. >> steve: i'm full. >> jimmy: "i'm full now. i don't feel like ice cream anymore." [ light laughter ] pro -- working at a summer camp and telling scary stories. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: con -- kids looking up from their phones and saying, "i got 3% left of my battery, now that's scary!" [ laughter and applause ] where am i going to plug it in? >> steve: i'm in the woods! >> jimmy: i'm in the woods >> steve: hey, boo-boo. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i thought you were doing the dude from cypress hill. i'm in the woods. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you can do him, right? b-real? >> questlove: i'm in the woods! >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, there you are. [ light laughter ] >> questlove: sen dog. >> jimmy: sen dog, yeah that's right. [ light laughter ] i'm in the woods! pro -- working as a character at a a theme park. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: con -- having to lie on tinder and say you work in "the arts." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: what? i'm droopy the dolphin. [ light laughter ] and finally, pro -- menial labor teaches kids an important lesson. con -- try to become a youtube star, because working sucks. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: those are the pros and the cons. we'll be right back with steve carell! steve carell on the show! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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governor jerry brown signed a new budget bill into law. it includes $5.4 million dollars for flood victims in san jose. in february, 14-thousand people were forced to evacuate when coyote creek overflowed its banks. =add= on twitter: city leaders in palo alto have adopted a plan that will increase the cost of downtown parking garage permits. a yearly permit will go from $466 a year to $738.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and oscar-nominated actor who is the voice of gru and drew in the new movie "despicable me 3" which is in theaters on friday.
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ladies and gentlemen, please welcome steve carell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: steve carell, always nice to see you. >> thanks. >> jimmy: you're a funny human being, but i want to tell you that you're also a stud. you're a stud muffin. [ cheers ] you're a stud muffin. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i told you i liked your look. i go, "dude, i like your look," backstage. and you were very humble, you go, "thank you very much." it's just -- i'm just -- what -- just gray hair. big deal. i go, "yeah, it's not just me. look at this." "glamour" says the internet is losing it over these new pictures of steve carell.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: and we don't blame them. "bazaar" said nothing will prepare you for these hot photos of steve carell. silver fox alert. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] "huffington post." "huff post" says move over clooney, steve carell is our favorite silver fox now. [ laughter ] move over! move over, clooney. so, like, not, not totally leave but just move over a a little bit. [ laughter ] >> shove aside. >> jimmy: just shove aside. [ light laughter ] and just -- shove aside. and you -- [ laughter ] do you get invited to silver fox, like, meetings? did you go to a club, like -- [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: anderson cooper is there, andy cohen? >> we -- there's a bracelet you get. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's all they give you? >> and mine says steve. >> jimmy: oh, my -- >> yeah. no, it's exciting. >> jimmy: it is exciting. >> and on the other side of the bracelet, it says hunk of man meat. >> jimmy: i just love it. [ laughter ] that is so -- it makes you -- it warms the heart. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know what, my wife finally said she's in love with me. >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter and applause ] baby steps. >> very excited. >> jimmy: it's all baby steps. >> no, i know. >> jimmy: i want to talk to you about "the dana carvey show" because i bring all these
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things up all the time. you were on "the dana carvey show." was it filmed here in new york? >> it was, yeah. >> jimmy: and we both auditioned for it. do you know i don't -- >> see, i didn't know you'd auditioned. i just heard about that today. >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't really audition. that's probably why you didn't hear because -- [ laughter ] what happened was -- i sent in a videotape. they didn't even accept me to audition. [ light laughter ] >> why? why? >> jimmy: i wasn't -- i was just a comedian trying -- i was doing impressions at the time. and no one knew me. i wasn't -- i didn't have an agent or something. so i don't know. but my tape got all the way up and louis c.k. torpedoed my career. [ laughter ] >> what did he do? >> jimmy: he actually told me. he cam on the show and told me he ruined my -- he goes, "i saw you audition." i said, "i don't like this guy." [ laughter ] he goes, "he's too cutsie for me." i don't get it. i don't like him. >> i had an agent before i auditioned for "the dana carvey show," i had an agent who told me, if something doesn't happen soon, you should get out of the business. [ laughter ] because -- >> jimmy: it's your agent. saying that to you. >> my agent said, it's over. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they can't. that's just your agent.
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>> then i moved to new york and i got this and she wasn't my agent anymore. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it was over for you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: sorry, pal. do you remember your audition? what did you do? >> i -- well, they asked me to do impressions. i don't do impressions. i'm not good at it. >> jimmy: good for you because i did, like, 20 impressions and i -- [ laughter ] >> clearly they weren't looking for impressions. because i couldn't do them. >> jimmy: what would they make you -- what impressions you did -- >> well, i came up with one which was pope john paul. [ light laughter ] and no one really knew how he talked. [ laughter ] but i'd heard him and he kind of spoke like this. [ indiscernible ] [ laughter ] and the big -- >> jimmy: what in the world is going on? >> this is what got me the part. >> jimmy: how did i not get this gig? i can't believe it. >> i know. [ laughter ] you can do like 80 different impressions. >> jimmy: [ unintelligible ] i guess they don't want to see a travolta impersonation. >> well, see if you can do the pope. i don't know about that. >> jimmy: see, that's fantastic. i remember my -- i love "the dana carvey show." short lived. only what? >> six episodes. >> jimmy: six episodes. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it really was. >> yeah. >> jimmy: great, great team on there. i know smigel's fantastic. louis' fantastic.
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but you did a bit with stephen colbert, where you were both -- you were waiters. >> waiters. >> jimmy: do you rememeber what i'm talking about? someone said -- [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. someone just got a text. >> yes. it was called "waiters who are nauseated by food?" [ laughter ] and so they read these specials and basically try not to vomit the whole time. [ laughter ] but that was based on my audition piece because i did a a solo piece called "the podiatrist who was nauseated by feet." [ laughter ] so i get down -- i get one of the producers of the show, one of the people who would potentially be casting me and i'd look at their feet and examine it and say, "oh, i notice that you -- oh. [ laughter ] um, right here we've got --" [ laughter ] it was basically that. >> jimmy: well. [ indiscernible ] what? it made me laugh. it was so great. well, anyways, i'm happy i didn't get it because i got to
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see you. and you got to be, yeah -- >> america's happy you didn't get it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> because look where he is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> come on. >> jimmy: i got to see -- lucky enough to see "despicable me 3" over the weekend, and gosh, they did it again. it is a great, clever, funny movie. >> thanks. >> jimmy: but here's what i love about it. my kids loved it which is great because they're just becoming to be that age. >> you took kids to see it? [ laughter ] it's not for kids. >> jimmy: it's not for kids, it's for older men. [ laughter ] really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: the cartoon's only for older men. [ light laughter ] >> that's what we're shooting for with this film. >> jimmy: but there's so many -- here's why i loved you. i really mean this. you play gru, obviously we know. but then you find out you have a twin, spoiler alert, but you have a -- too late now. [ laughter ] you have a twin brother, drew. >> right. >> jimmy: and i'm like -- and so you meet drew who's hilarious, equally funny and
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he's got a great voice. and i go, "this is great. like, who's doing the voice of drew?" like in my head. the kids don't care. [ light laughter ] but i'm always thinking like, "whose voice is that?" if i can guess. and it's kind of like you but it's not you. and it turns out it is you. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're very talented. it's that subtle that it really -- it ruined the movie for me. [ laughter ] >> thanks. >> jimmy: it's just, yeah. no, that's a compliment. >> i appreciate that. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. >> that's very kind of you. >> jimmy: i loved it. and trey parker plays the new villain. >> oh, he's hilarious as the villain. >> jimmy: what a great idea for a villain. he plays an '80s sitcom star. a kids' star. [ light laughter ] who is a little brat. his name is balthazar bratt. >> balthazar bratt. >> jimmy: and his catchphrase is, "i've been a bad boy." >> oh. [ laughter ] and he takes his -- he's a a failed child actor. >> jimmy: we canceled the show. >> they cancel his show so he becomes a super villain. [ light laughter ] to take down hollywood essentially. >> jimmy: he still has his mullet. like, he has a kid. but he has a mustache now and a a bald spot. [ laughter ] >> really -- >> jimmy: wears suits from the '80s and it's all about him dancing.
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it is such an interesting character. >> yeah. it's really funny. >> jimmy: i loved it. i love the '80s fashion, too. >> me, too. >> jimmy: did you ever get caught in some weird stuff? >> uh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> remember girbaud pants? >> jimmy: oh, you mean francois girbaud. >> uh-huh. [ laughter ] the tag right on the zipper. tell you that's a girbaud. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, and you would, like, button it, like, over your belly button. it was like up here. >> oh. it was up here. >> jimmy: it was -- the pants would start here and go -- >> and it had the two clips down here. so you could make it sort of tight or really tight on the bottom. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> so they would balloon out. >> jimmy: the girbaud pants. >> and my brother -- my oldest brother gave me -- for my birthday he gave me a a liz claiborne powder blue jacket, like a windbreaker. [ light laughter ] that had the biggest shoulder pads. [ laughter ] and i -- it was like a dream. i was so -- i, you know, talk about silver fox. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were like a a walking cloud. >> i loved it. and i remember -- i was working at houlihan's in chicago as a a waiter and the hostess
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commented and said, "i really like that jacket." and i wore it every day for eight months after that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: liz claiborne jacket. oh, fantastic. that's good stuff. >> it was so nice. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip of "despicable me 3." here's steve carell as gru. "despicable me 3." >> hello, gru, how's your transition coming? you know, from world's worst villain to world's worst agent? >> oh, that's hilarious. you should be on tv. >> oh, that's right, you were. but then you got canceled. >> ha, ha. >> what about that? >> what? >> oh, carl. dance fight. ♪ come on. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is great! it is great. >> thanks >> jimmy: i loved it. >> thanks. >> jimmy: steve carell, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "despicable me 3" is in theaters everywhere on friday. check it out. when we come back, steve and i are playing "blow you mind. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ sometimes, you feel the need to take... a smellfie. hanes wants to end the smellfie. those quick self-sniffs... to check the ol' smell levels. but this thing we've all done doesn't need to be a thing. there's a smart way to stay fresh. hanes with freshiq advanced odor-protection technology. get your free trial pack at hanes.com.
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show." i am here with steve carell. his new movie -- [ laughter and applause ] his new movie, "despicable me 3" is in theaters this friday. [ light laughter ] steve and i are about to flay a a game called "blow your mind." ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: questlove, do you want to explain how the game works? [ laughter ] >> questlove: of course, jimmy. in this game, i will read each of you -- [ laughter ] -- a mind-blowing fact. and you must decide if a fact is true or false. if you choose wrong, we will blow your mind. [ cheers and applause ] and you will blasted in the face from the tube in front of you. make the right choice and your opponent gets their mind blown. [ cheers ] the first fact is for steve. >> jimmy, i can't -- >> questlove: true or false, the eiffel tower shrinks by six inches in the cold. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: the obvious answer -- this is not my final answer, but the obvious answer is that it does not, because it's too silly. but the fact is -- [ light laughter ] it's probably true. i'm going to go with true. >> questlove: that's your answer, steve? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. i thought it was my -- i thought it was my turn. [ laughter and applause ] your turn -- you -- >> i can't see. >> jimmy: steve can't see. steve can't see. >> i can't see if it's my turn or not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no. oh, no. >> yes, yes, that is my answer. >> jimmy: no, no, it's not true. it's not true, no. no -- false. >> questlove: the answer may surprise you. ♪
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[ buzzer ] [ laughter and applause ] it's true. can we see that again in slow motion? [ laughter ] now, the next fact is for you, jimmy. jimmy? >> jimmy: yeah? >> questlove: some turtles can breathe through their butt. [ light laughter ] truth or lie? >> jimmy: now, some turtles can breathe through their butts? >> questlove: their butt. >> is this mine now? >> jimmy: no, it's mine, but i just -- i feel like if i say it -- if i say it, i'm going to sound like a fool, if it's wrong. >> there's nothing that could make you look like a fool right now. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ]
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i am going to say -- >> is my mustache still on? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's coming -- it's falling -- it's falling off. it's falling off on this side, this side. >> i can't do -- i can't see! >> jimmy: i'm just saying -- [ laughter ] i'm going to say, yeah. true, some turtles can breathe through their butts. >> questlove: the answer may surprise you. >> jimmy: it may surprise me, right. ♪ [ ding ] [ cheers and applause ] >> questlove: yes. that's true. let's see that again in slow motion. >> jimmy: let's see it in slow motion. [ laughter ] what was that? what was that, garbage? >> questlove: steve, you're up next. steve, fact or fiction. [ laughter ] steve, pay attention.
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thank you. cotton candy was invented by a a dentist. true or false? >> jimmy: cotton candy was invented by a dentist. >> questlove: steve. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what, i just -- i'm helping him out with the game. [ laughter ] >> questlove: steve, what is your answer? >> fact. cotton candy -- was invented by a -- >> jimmy: you don't have to yell, you don't have to yell the answer. >> oh, okay. all right. i thought this was a a microphone. >> jimmy: no, it's not a a microphone. [ laughter ] >> i thought all the audience had tubes. [ talking over each other ] hello. >> jimmy: no -- >> yes, cotton candy was invented by a dentist. >> questlove: the answer may surprise you. >> jimmy: it may surprise you, yes. ♪
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[ ding ] [ cheers and applause ] >> questlove: yes, it's true. can we see that again in slow motion, please? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> questlove: jimmy, the next fact is for you. >> jimmy: okeydoke. [ light laughter ] >> questlove: a town in finland once elected a reindeer to be their mayor. truth or a lie? >> jimmy: a town in finland elected a reindeer to be mayor. i think it's so crazy that it's -- that it's true. i'm going to say truth. >> questlove: truth. the answer -- >> jimmy: may surprise you. >> questlove: how did you know? ♪
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[ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] >> questlove: that is a lie. let's see that again in slow motion. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. what was that you shot at me? [ laughter ] oh, my god, okay. [ thunderclap ] >> questlove: excuse me. >> jimmy: high production value here at the "the tonight show." >> questlove: that sound means it's time for the final question. it's a simple yes or no question. >> jimmy: yep. >> questlove: and it comes with a twist. if you answer incorrectly, both of you will have your minds blown. >> jimmy: is that the first time there was an echo in your voice? [ light laughter ] >> questlove: steve, the question goes to you. >> i'm ready.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: your mustache is on your lower lip now. i've never seen -- i've never seen anything like that. it's like a beard mustache. [ laughter ] >> yes, true. >> jimmy: wait, wait -- >> questlove: let me ask the question first. >> oh, i thought you meant about the mustache. >> jimmy: no, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> questlove: is a thumb a a finger? true or false? is a thumb a finger? >> a thumb is not a finger. >> jimmy: a thumb is not a a finger. >> a thumb -- is a thumb. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, we have five fingers, right? how many fingers do you have? >> four fingers and a thumb. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you've never said that ever in your life. >> you haven't heard the old adage? four fingers and a thumb ago, makes jack healthy, wealthy and wise. >> jimmy: that is not a a statement. >> questlove: the answer may surprise you. >> jimmy: oh, god.
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♪ a thumb is a finger. ♪ [ buzzer ] >> questlove: you are wrong. [ laughter and applause ] let's see that again in slow motion. >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter ] oh, my god. there you go right there. the winner, steve carell. [ cheers and applause ] "despicable me 3" is in theaters this friday. lily collins joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ rickie fowler's a professional golfer. when it comes to hitting perfect drives, nobody does it better. he's also into oil painting. looking good. but when it comes to mortgages, he's less confident. fortunately for rickie, there's rocket mortgage by quicken loans.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a golden globe-nominated actress who stars in the new movie "to the bone," which will be available on netflix july 14th. you can also see her in "okja." o-k-j-a. it's really interesting. i got to talk about that, too. it will be available on netflix
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tomorrow. everyone, please welcome lily collins. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh. come on. >> hello. >> jimmy: lily, you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: always great to see you. thank you for coming back to the show. >> thank you for having me again. >> jimmy: that's a beautiful dress. >> thank you, a little metallic number for you. >> jimmy: dare i ask, who are you wearing? >> you may. >> jimmy: oh. who? >> christian siriano. >> jimmy: oh! >> oh, christian! >> jimmy: oh! >> you know. you know, yeah. >> jimmy: yes, man. hey, last time i saw you, you were here for the film "rules don't apply." >> yes. >> jimmy: and you got nominated for a golden globe. >> i did. >> jimmy: so congratulations on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that was a big deal. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks. thank you. and you -- >> jimmy: and i saw you there. >> and you hosted. >> jimmy: i hosted, yeah. i hosted a -- >> you so brilliantly hosted. >> jimmy: oh, you're the best. >> i really thought -- i was like, if ever i get nominated, what a cool year to have you be there. >> jimmy: ah. >> it was awesome.
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>> jimmy: i'm so happy. >> thanks for hosting for me. it was so great. >> jimmy: yeah, i just did it just for you. >> it was so awesome. >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy: you're great. oh, please i was happy to -- i heard about this thing, i heard that you one day you wanted to be a talk show host? >> yeah, when i was younger, i wanted to be the youngest talk show host. i would, like, go into boardrooms at 15, 16 years old with, like, legit pie charts of, like, research that i'd done on why we needed, like, a a young talk show host. and i'd go in with, like, a a blazer and my cell phones. [ light laughter ] and, like, go pitch to networks. >> jimmy: what was the show like? >> it was just like -- i wanted to have -- there was no one young. well -- [ laughter ] young as in, like, um, young as in, like, under the age of, you know, legal. [ laughter ] being legal. no one with a 'stache. there was no one with, like -- okay, i was 16 years old. >> jimmy: okay, good. >> that's what i mean. >> jimmy: yeah, that's perfect. yeah. you're 16. >> i was young. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i was 16. >> jimmy: well, i'm 17. so i get it. that makes sense. >> i was barely driving. [ light laughter ] barely driving. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah.
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i want to talk to you about -- you have two really cool movies, very interesting movies. "to the bone," the first one i want to talk to you about -- this is about eating disorders. >> mm-hmm. it's about a young -- yeah, a a young woman suffering with anorexia who goes into a rehab facility to get better. >> jimmy: you're getting great reviews for that. and congratulations on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: what made you want to do that? is it -- >> yeah, no, i've been very vocal recently about my experiences with eating disorders myself, as a a teenager. and i think it's -- you know, it's a subject matter that's considered quite taboo to talk about but it's so important that we start the conversation and -- >> jimmy: it's real. yeah. >> i had written -- i wrote my book last year, "unfiltered," and i ironically had written my chapter where i talked about my experiences with eating disorders a week before i got this script. and it was, to me, the universe saying "this is something that you need to talk about, something you need to deal with." and my director/writer, marti noxon, i met with her and it's semiautobiographical of her and we just kind of, like, hit it off right away. and i just was -- i felt like i was meant to tell this story of this character and also just speak about it publicly because
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it is, it's so important. >> jimmy: you knocked it out of the park. it's fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "to the bone" is the name of that first film. [ applause ] and i'm glad. thank you for doing that. >> thanks as well. thank you. >> jimmy: the second film i want to talk to you about, i really want to talk about this. "okja." >> "okja." >> jimmy: o-k-j-a. >> yeah. >> jimmy: let me see if i'm explaining this film right to people. >> okay, go ahead. yeah, it is wacko. >> jimmy: it is fantastic. >> i mean, in, like, the greatest way possible. >> jimmy: i've never seen anything. it's so -- >> director bong who did "snowpiercer" and "the host." >> jimmy: yeah, "the host," yeah. >> so it's like -- he's a a visionary. yeah. >> jimmy: i just didn't know what was happening with the movie. tilda swinton -- >> yes. >> jimmy: -- comes out and she's fantastic. and she's the ceo or some giant billionaire or something. she goes, "look, we're running out of food for people. okay? we're at overpopulation." >> yeah. >> jimmy: "and we don't have enough food to feed these people." so, scientists have created a a superpig. >> a superpig. [ light laughter ] obviously. >> jimmy: wait until you see -- so -- >> it's like part hippo, part pig, part rhino. >> jimmy: yeah, it's elephant.
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>> adorable. it's actually adorable. >> jimmy: it's so cute but it's -- >> like, you're going to want to have an okja when you watch. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, when you -- everyone is going to have an okja. >> everyone is going to have an okja. >> jimmy: it is a giant hippo pig. >> right. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you are an activist trying to -- >> i am. >> jimmy: save -- >> yeah, i'm an animal rights activist, animal liberation fighter. there's five of us led by paul dano. >> jimmy: yep. >> and we go on this quest through south korea and new york to save this pig whose owner is this little girl mija who is also trying to save her pig from its ultimate demise of being, you know -- >> jimmy: slaughtered. >> slaughtered. it's such a happy story. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is. it is. it's amazing. >> no, but it really is -- it says so -- there's so much to be said in this film. >> jimmy: you know what i really want to talk to you about, is that cannes film festival, right? >> yes, it premiered at cannes. >> jimmy: they have this thing at the film festival -- you probably heard about this. where they boo films if they don't like it. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: it's like a a tradition. like, at the end of the movie -- i didn't know this, but they wait through the credits and either clap --
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>> right. >> jimmy: or boo. >> i didn't have any idea when this booing might occur. i thought it was like, you know, the movie ends and there's clapping or booing. so there was, like, mild clapping and i was like -- >> jimmy: sure. >> "okay, great, they, like, kind of liked it." >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> it's fine. and then i looked at jake and paul, and i was like, "so that's it, right, we're done?" and jake was like, "no, no, once the credits are finished, the lights will go up, there will be a camera on all of us, and then the booing or clapping will happen." i'm like, "what do you mean?" >> jimmy: isn't that insane? >> there's going to be a camera on my face to react as if to like -- like, did it go well or bad? >> jimmy: did you start crying? >> so yeah, it's just so awkward. >> jimmy: i would just weep. >> so the lights, it finishes. the lights go up, and all of us are, like, waiting for something. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: did someone start maybe booing? like boo -- >> boo -- >> like a ghost? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] boo -- >> boo -- >> jimmy: kidding. boo-yah. boo-yah is what i'm saying. >> they did that and yeah, no. >> jimmy: they got a a standing -- >> standing ovation. >> jimmy: standing ovation. yeah. that's what i'm talking about! [ cheers and applause ] right there. i want to show everyone a clip.
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here's lily collins and her team trying to rescue the superpig in "okja." check it out. >> we come in peace! we come in peace! >> stay back! >> everybody follow -- [ yelling ] >> okja! okja! >> no, no! no! [ shouting ] ♪ >> catch her! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: right? lily collins, everybody. "okja" is available tomorrow on netflix and "to the bone" is available on netflix july 14th. we'll be right back with a a performance from sheryl crow! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're here with, of course, bill hayes. bill hayes, actor, singer. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being on "the tonight show," buddy. >> thank you, appreciate it. >> jimmy: guys, she's a a nine-time grammy award winning musician whose new album, "be myself," is out now. performing "halfway there," please welcome sheryl crow! >> sheryl crow! ♪ ♪ you pull up in your hummer and you park next to my volt wearing armani three piece ♪ ♪ i wear levi's full of holes i might walk along the left side ♪ ♪ and you walk along the right we're both trying to reach the same place ♪ ♪ we might not get there on time but you know what's best and i know what's best ♪
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♪ let's just agree to disagree give this thing a rest yeah ♪ ♪ baby if you care if you really care baby if you dare ♪ ♪ won't you meet me halfway there ♪ ♪ baby if you dare if you really care baby if you dare ♪ ♪ won't you meet me halfway there yeah ♪ ♪ each and every sunday morning you sit in your church pew ♪ ♪ i'm sitting on a mountain taking in this glorious view well i know your god is listening ♪ ♪ and i know mine must be too and if god is love and love is god ♪ ♪ then why do we argue i don't know why but i wanna try ♪ ♪ let's just agree to disagree
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and give this thing a try yeah ♪ ♪ baby if you dare if you really care baby if you dare ♪ ♪ won't you meet me halfway there baby if you dare if you really care ♪ ♪ baby if you dare won't you meet me halfway there ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ could you meet me by the river hash it out over a beer ♪ ♪ could we smoke from the same peace pipe til our anger disappears you want respect ♪ ♪ you just want love i want that too for you and for me and everyone
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but you know what's best ♪ ♪ and i know what's best let's just agree to disagree and give this thing a rest baby if you dare ♪ ♪ if you really care baby if you dare won't you meet me halfway there ♪ ♪ baby if you dare if you really care baby if you dare ♪ ♪ won't you meet me halfway there baby if you dare if you really care ♪ ♪ baby if you dare won't you meet me halfway there baby if you dare ♪ ♪ if you really care baby if you dare won't you meet me halfway there ♪ ♪ meet in the middle walk this walk with me ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. come on. sheryl crow. who does it better than that? catch her on tour right now. we'll be right back, everybody. oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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of the summer. we're going back to villainy. despicable me 3. rated pg. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to steve carell, lily collins, sheryl crow right here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] bill hayes right here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] davie crockett. and i want to thank 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. the ballad of -- [ 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 -- tom holland, co-host of "the view," comedian, joy behar, music from the lumineers, featuring the 8g band with sam fogarino. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening i'm seth meyers, this is "late night," how is everybody tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great to hear. and, in that case, let's get to the news. senate republicans today delayed the vote on their health care bill to repeal and replace obamacare, because they didn't have enough votes. but since when have republicans let a little thing like not vi

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