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[ 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 -- whoopi goldberg, david hogg and lauren hogg,
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musical guest mike shinoda, and featuring the legendary roots crew.>> uestlove: 8-8-7. >> tariq: yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers a applause ] >> jimmy: thank you veod much, ever welcome! that is a great crowd right there. great new york city crowd. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you for being here. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being here, guys. we're in the middle of a giant
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heat wave here in new york city. today on the sidewalk, people we like, "i really hope th drip was from an air conditioner. i mean really -- you never know." [ light laughter ] let's get to some news here. today at the white house president trump welcomed spain's king felipe and queen letizia. or as he put it, "welcome king philip and queen latifah hello." [ laughter ] that's right, the king a queen of spain visited washington. when trump first heard people speaking spanishn the whitehouse, he frantically pressed the silent alarm button under his desk. [ laughter and applause ] "what's going on? that sounds great. that sounds great." actually i think trump was a a little confused when the kinga asked him if hed to go to a tapas bar. trump was like, "yes, just don't tell melania. is it totally topless? [ laughter and applause ] and bottomless too?" did you guys see this? today megyn kelly interviewed dennis rodman on her show, and rodman talked about what he does with kim jong-un when they hang out. watch this. >> what do you guys do together?
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>> we basically have fun. we go to, like, his private island. you know, we go jet skiing, we go snowmobiling, we skiing. [ laughter ] >> jim: sounds like dennis rodman and kim jong-un were contestants on "the bachelorette." i mean, i have seen that episode. [ laughter and applause ] i've seen that episode. later rodman talked about something else he likes to do with kim. check this out. >> we sing karaoke. he try to sing -- he tried to sing james brown i started singing with him. ♪ get on up get on up ♪ >> okay. ♪ get on the scene get on up ♪ >> sure. j my: when he saw that, trump called kim and said, "i thought 'sex machine' was our song. what areou doing singing 'sex machine?' get up, get on up. i do the get up part, you do get on up part." [ laughter ] what? some more news here. today officials from 22 states a
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demandedtrump stop separating immigrant families. yep, 22 states. when trump heard that, he was t' like, "crap, tevery state." [ laughter ] get this. the other day a man in south carolina posted photos of a a cloud that he thinks looks like president trump. check this out. [ laughter ] that's amazing. it's unbelievable. wow. wow. when he saw that, trump was like "oh my god, call the space force. get the space force in there. they're attacking." actually, lookhat happened when there was a gust of wind. look at this. oh my gosh. terrible. [ scattered applause ] that's right. last night was another episode l of the "the baette." and yesterday trump talked about forming a new branch of the military called the space force. well, we just realized that if you put those two things together, they kind of makes sense. s i'w you what i mean. watch this. >> we are going to have the air force and we are going to have the space force as the sixth
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branch of the armed forces. i want to wish you a lot of luck with space force. there's no place like [ laughter ] >> you have to question his sanity. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "there's no place like space." m soe tv news, after 27 years "the jerry springer show" has stopped taping new epises. [ audience groans ] producers made the decision after realizing they've just iring the same episode for the last 27 years. [ laughter ] "y don't know me!" listen to this. an official study from the new york governor's office just recommended that the state legalize weed. [ cheers and applause ] it's all pt of new york's plan to make tourists in times square walk even slower. [ laughter and applause ] "elmo!" all right. calm down. "i wanna tickle elmo." ay, why, why?
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>> steve: don't touch him. >> jimmy: finally, guys, the world cup is under way this cek. you guys got wor fever. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. i saw that in portugal, a a popular statue of soccer star cristiano ronaldo was ed with a new one that looks a lot more like him. can we take a look at ronaldo? yeah, that's him. let's take a look at the new statue. pretty good. [ light laughter ] but can we see the old statue? yeah. [ laughter ] that's right. well after the unveiling ronaldo spoke up and said, "no matter the statue, i honor to be recognized for my achievements." then ronaldo's old statupiped in and was like, "ermagerd! erm gerna mers all the perple leing ert mer!" [ laughter and applause ] then this old plaque of le elvis prwas like, "er werl rermermber yer, werl yer rermermber m?" and then this statue of lucille ball showed up and id, "dern't lert yer lerf
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pers yer ber." and finally all three sang -- "werp nert fer ther mermeries." [ cheers and applause ] they're really gonna miss the old statue. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and a♪lause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody! welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." and thank you so much for being here and tuning in. we have a great show tonight. she stars opposite ti any haddish in tyler perry's new movie "nobody's fool." the one, thedbnly whoopi gg is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ]ve i ou. i love you, whoopi. plus they have a powerful new book out called "never again: a a new generation draws the line."e wenored to have them here. from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland,
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florida. 18-year-old graduating senior, david hogg, and his 15-year-old sophomore sister, lauren hogg, are stopping by the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we have great new music from mike shoda, everybody. >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: mike shinoda. [ cheers and applae ] hey, guys, i like to think i am easygoing guy, but there's one gothing that really gets m and it's bad music. no one should have to listen to bad tus. so as a service to you guys i'm about to play real songs from real bands that i think you should avoid in a segment i call "my do not play list."e here wgo. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do not play do not play p do noty these songs these songs ♪ >> jimmy: before we start, i want you all to know that every artist and song i'm about to play for you is 100% real. these are actual bands and actual songs. [ light laughter ] they really are real stuff and i've neveried to you,
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questlove. this is -- get ready. >> quest these songs. up all >> jimmy: this is a good -- this is a good collection tonight. let's see what's on my " play list" here. i guess these are available wherever you can get music. >> steve: >> jthis first one from a a singer-songwriter named kathy harrison. nice cover. >> steve: beautiful. >> jimmy: les take a listen to "cupcakes." ♪ chocolate vanilla and strawberry tooan and banana ♪ >> jimmy: okay, okay, stop. stop it. that's good. had enough of that one. "cupcakes." b not bad, notad. that's "cupcakes" right there. >> questlove: that's you. >> jimmy: that doesn't even sound like m i can't even hit those notes. she's actually better than ♪ orange ba [ laughter ]
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>> jim: orange and banana cupcakes, man. >> steve: banana, man. they loved it. >> jimmy: dude, you just say orange --ge >> steve: oranana. >> jimmy: i think immediately. >> steve: banana. >> jimmy: cupcakes, no. [ laughter ] i don't think banana when i say ange, i think cupcakes. yeah, duh. obviously. >> steve: i love orange cupcakes. man,hey're my favorite. got some orange ones? >> jimmy: uh, what flavor would hu like? >> steve: uh, do ye orange? >> jimmy: we have nothing but orange. >> steve: then give me -- give me 5dozen. >> jimmy: we're in your dream right now. [ laughter ] guys, this next song is from aou a out of california who bill themselves as an avant garde metal band. i've never heard that. >> steve: no, but i love it.>> immy: i think it is fantastic. have you ever heard -- can you name me -- quick, three avant garde metal bands. go! >> steve: steel cupcakes. [ lahter ] >> jimmy: questlove, give me one avant garde metal band. >> questlove: jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: there you go, i did not make these up! these are real. they're called nuclear rabbit. [ laughter ] let's listen to "supket."
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>> steve: okay. ♪ super marketrk super super market super market ♪ ♪ i develop film at the super market ♪ ♪ super market super market ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: stop, stop, please. i swear to god, dude. >> steve: that does sound like you. i gotta admit. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's saying super market. >> steve: he's saying super mar ket. >> jimmy: because of the supermarket. >> questlove: wait, what was that whistle stuff? >> jimmy: what's that? >> questlove: what wt whistle thing? >> jimmy: no, then he's just like scratching with the -- i don't know. can we hear that again? is that -- ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, i like it. alright, stop. w i'm starting to like it. not bad. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: t bad at all, man. i'd like to buy that album at the super market. [ laughter ]>> immy: sorry, they're sold out. this next one is pretty interesting.
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this is from the tourist board of >> steve: oh, t. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, it's canada. >> steve: love canada. >> jimmy: and they hired a band called lord x and vanilla public to write a song to prome their capital city of regina. [ laughter ] this is called "experience -- experience." this song is called -- >> steve: it's called whatxp >> jimmy: ience regina." >> steve: "experience reugna." [ er and applause ] >> jimmy: take a listen to "experience regina." ♪ regina experience regina regina experience regina ♪ >> regina is the capital cit of saskatchewan. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like it.
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>> steve: love it. ♪ experience regina experience regina ♪ ♪ experience regina regina [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applausai] >> jimmy: the more you listen to it, the more you like these songs. >> steve: yeah, you didn't experience regina until college, right? [ laughter ] you didn't go to canada until college? >> jimmy: yeah. college, mid-30s, something like that, yeah. we're down to our last album. this is a rapper called media. there he is. [ laughter ] >> steve: wait, media? >> jimmy: yeah, man, his name is media and he's striking a a pose on his toyota camry right ther s ve: medium. >> jimmy: media is the rapper's name. anyways, his hit song here is called "i feel good about me." here we go. ♪ i feel good about me i i i i i
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i feel good about me i i i i i ♪ ♪ i feel good about me i i i i i feel good about me ♪ ♪ i feel good about me ♪ >> jim: come on, quest, give me -- ♪ i feel good about me i i i i i i feel good about me i i i i i ♪ >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for "do not play." this one's a win[ r. eers and applause ] if you have an album or a song you think we could use on our next "do not play list" weant to see it. send your suggestions to our blog at "do not play" at stick arnd. we'll be right back with whoopi goldberg. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ieel good about me regina experience regin i feel good about me ♪ ♪ [ cheers and appuse ]
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♪ee [ and applause ] >> jimmy: i love ya! yeah, whoopi! welcome back! >> hey! >> jimmy show!me back to the >> i was so moved by "experience regina." >> jimmy: everyone is. ♪ experience regina >> jimmy: it's the song of the summer. >> i think so. i think it is the dance hit of the year. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you always bring us someing amazing. >> i did. these are called william dean. >> jimmy: william --e >> it ys w.d." and so it could be white dude or william dean. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it could be an oil, omah. >> and i broughtfor you
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all as well. you might wanna look at this. >> jimmy: wow, look at this box. >> open it up. >> jimmy: look at t is. it jels like a fancy. >> it is a fancy. >> jimmy: ooh, la la. >> yeah, see that? >> jimmy: whoa. >> see that? >> jimmy: what is going on? >> it's candy. [ audience oohs ] but i brought the guys just me. >> jimmy: wait, so wait -- >> there's a couple of them in here that are me. but i brought all y'l me. [ laughter ] get eaten by the best,aby. [ laughter ] ♪ experience regina [ cheers and applause ] i'm the only woman that can say that. the whole thing. the whole thing. >> jimmy: thank you. >> sorry, h.r. oh, i forgot we can't joke about these kinds of thie.s anym let me get my other face on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can do whatever you want, you can joke about wh ever you want. we love you so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're always wearing something very fashionable. >> yes. >> jimmy: including your shoes.a >> yh.
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>> jimmy: look at these. good doc martins right there. >> yeah these are some -- [ cheers ] they're new ones. and i usually don't, you know, i love my doc martins, but i don't usually sort of fall in love with these as i have. so they're really good like that.: >> jimd what is the jacket? >> my granddaughter does these. she paints on clothes. >> jimmy: look at th >> yeah, she's really good. she's really good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are these for sale? ye>> they will be for sale. >> jimmy: i have nothing. i got nothing but blank canvas. >> give me the jacket, you'll have it in a couple of days. >> jimmy: all right -- i'm gonna make that -- i'm gonna make that happen. >> you will love it. you know what i'm doing, i just want to tell you, i know you have two little ones. >> jimmy: i do. >> i'm doing sweaters again. >> jimmy: i wanted to asey because e my favorite. >> they're children's sweaters. >> jimmy: the holiday sweaters? >> for the holidays. >> jimmy: dude, these sweaters are unbelievable. >> yes. >> jimmy: they're the funniest thing ever. >> they are. >> jimmy: every year, you bring them on, we show them -- >> yes. but, we didn't do it last year because i think i did it too . la so i'm now asking for november. i am asking to be booked in
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noveer. >> jimmy: are you kidding me? >> so i can bring the holiday sweaters to the band. >> jimmy: november -- [ cheers and applause ] >> everybody looked really cold. all winter, everybody was like -- >> jim: november is whoopi month on "the tonight show." that's what i'm talking about. with the holiday sweaters. no unv yet. of what they are how many did you put out? four a year? >> no, no. i think i did 16 for this year, yeah. they're going to be available --wh >> jimmy: you came the last time, you had four of them. >> i did six the first time, because i dn't know if anybody would have any fun with them. but they were great fun. >> jimmy: it was a homerun. it was good. >> jimmy: no, we loved it. >> so it's all good. yeah, now making clothes and shirts and stuff. it's slow. if y don't marry well -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: stop, no, no, no. >> no, no. you got to keep working. this is no joke. [ light laughter ]ou ifot marrying a a millionaire, your ass going to be working. [ laughter and applause ] even if you marry -- listen, marrying a milre is no good anymore. you gotta get a billionaire.
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[ laughter ] you know wt i mean? so i feel like the idea of having to work that hard to get a billionaire, it's not so interesting. so i'd rather do stuff to get it on my own. >> jimmy: you do all sorts o >> i know, but nothing to make money. >> jimmy: yeah. would you ever go back to broadway >> actually, i'm thinking about it, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that would be -- >> it would be lots of fun. >> jimmy: i want it's a lot of work. >> it is a lot of work, but you know. >> jimmy: and then, i gotta the i watch "the view" al time. it's a great job, but it's a a tricky job. it's different than what we do. because, we come out, i read jokes and we do bits and we listen to music and stuff like that. and we -- i have the roots, i have a a band. your show, you have to just have a view on any topic, all topics, and you gotta get up the morning and have a a point of view. and i go, "man, that's just too much work." [ laughter ] well, sometimes i go, "i don't have a point yet. i just woke up." >> well it is -- i mean, you know, often times if you're looking at me, you know i don't have a point either.
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but, ts is my job. that's what they pay me to do. and so, before y'all start tweeting and send me all that stuff, i don't care what you think. this is my job. >> jimmy: yes. >> this is what i do for a a living. >> jimmy: that's what you have to do. >> they ask me to do and give tuu my opinion. now, you can alway me off, which is very easy to do. many people have done it. but you know, you have to keep a conversation going. >> jimmy: i think it is a a tricky, tricky, trickyob. it's very tricky. >> jimmy: all of you do it so well. it's a fantastic show. >> half e country hate -- on any given day, half the country hates us. >> jimmy: yep. >> and we hear it. and sometimes people get cross hate. you get hate from both sides. >> jimmy: how can that be, no. >> i'm just getting crankier. >> jimmy: no! but it's good! i've gotta say, you do and you ride the line. you're funny, but you ha to have points on everything from political stuff to just pop stuff. and it's just tricky. and i think you do such a great job, and you actually ha some news about "the view."
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>> oh, yeah.he so last yearyou asked, i edid "no, no, i'm done." and my daughter cae and she said, "i really don't think it should be this year. i think you need to give it another year, because, you know, we just had this new , who knows what's going to happen. so i would like you to stick around." a so when thed me again, i said, "well, okay, i will do one more." >> jimmy: so you'll stay for one more year. >> one more year, yeah. >> jimmy: one more year whoopi --l be wi tcheers and applause ] but i want to tayou about this movie, too. >> yes. >> jimmy: and tyler and we'll talk about tiffany haddish as well. more with whoopi goldberg after the break. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you're gonna do great! thanks, dad! break a leg! aflac?! not that kind of break. oooh! that had to hurt.
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gentlemen! [ cheers and applaus] whoopi stars alongside tiffany haddish and tika sumpter in a big new movie from tyler perry called "nobody's fool" which hits theaters in november. which means you have to come back in november. >> i will be back. >> jimmy: with sweaters. [ cheers and applause >> yes, sweaters and movies. >> jimmy: and movies. talking clips and things. w is tyler perry doing? that guy -- >> you know wh, when i went down there, you know, i had known he was opening up this amazing studio thing. but it is as brilliant a studio setup as i've ever seen. it looks like when you roll up --an i'm lookini'm thinking, "why am i on the screen over there?" and i see it says, "welcome -- "tyler perry studios welcomes whoopi goldberg." >> jimmy: no. >> and he has -- you could do something in the antebellum south, you could do something in malibu, you could do
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something in a trailer park. everything you want to be able to shoot, you can shoot in his studio -- >> jimmy: in atlanta? >> in atlanta. you know, in my experience, i been around maybe, you know, 40 years in the business. i've never seen this. i've never seen a person of colothat owned their studio. he owns, okay? it is not like he leasing, he owns. [ cheers and applause ] he built it. he hires folks all through atlanta, makeup artists, wardrobe people, and it's his. and he keeps expanding it. it just made me so happy. >> jimmy: and he puts the work in. >> and he puts the work in. >> jimmy: he writes evything. he tests it out. >> he writes it. >> jimmy: he performs it. >> he can direct it. listen, he can direct a film -- this is how good this young -- th man is. [ light laughter ] yeahhe can direct a film in nine days. he has cameras set up and he's directed, he knows what he
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wants cut when. he knows everything. it is so -- it mes me grin. it's so good. >> jimmy: you worked with him before right? [ applause ] on a couple of things. >> i worked with him on a movie called "for colored girls." which was a very tough movie, th becauscharacter was rather horrible. and couldn't get rid of her foro thest time. she's just a bad vibe. and so took a little while to get rid of her. >> jimmy: he does stuff like that. people perform out of their comfort zone, and yo surprised and you go, "oh my gosh, that was great."gr taraji -- it it when you see him do this type of stuff. >> i mean it's wonderful. so i got to play here. >> jimmy: but you're funny in this. >> i am in this, actually. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you're very funny. yeah, you know that. >> made me l>>gh. immy: you always make me laugh. but this one you're funny in, and tiffany haddish who gosh is unbelievable. she's just hitting it out of the park right there. >> having a great year. >> jimmy: she really is. this is a clip from "nobody's fo." this is you not too happy to see your daughter, tiffany haddish come home. check this out.
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>> momma, it's tonya. >> who? >> it's tonya. >> oh no, tonya no here. >> momma, i know it's you. >> this connection is so rickety. >> hello? >> what? momma, you in the window. >> i'm sorry, what? >> we not on no cell phone line. >> i can't hear you, baby. i can't hear. >> momma! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on, that's fun, man. >> it's really fun. >> jimmy: comen that is fun. our thanks to the great whoopi goldberg right there. [ cheers and applause ] "nobody's fool" hits theaters november. parkland students david and lauren hogg join us after e eak. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ why build a new high tensile steel chassis just to lower the driving position 10 millimeters? why forge intake valves out of titanium, simply to make them a few grams lighter? why make paddle shifters out of magnesium when aluminum would suffice?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are two survivors from the horrific
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school shooting that took place onebruary 14th at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida. they've written a book called "never again: a new generation draws the line please welcome david and lauren hogg, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to "the tonight show." and thank you dor all you've for the past several months. i apeciate it. i know a lot of people in this country appreciate it. what is the --e what is e so this tag represents amount of money that marco rubio, our senator in florida, has taken from the nra, divided by every student in the state which is $1.05. and what the nra does is a lot of the time they'll block common sense gun laws like universal background checks that 97% of the country supports.
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but they'll actively lobby to make sure thpp they don't . >> jimmy: gosh, you guys. i got to -- you got to walk me through how we ended up getting here. i hate to talk about i but february 14th -- lauren, what do you remember about that day? a so i think any story ha a beginning, a middle, and an end. so the beginning of that d, if i'm completely honest with you, one of the best days of high school i've ever experienced. i honestly have never felt that much love. and it snds so superficial. but everybody was just so happy. everybody's telling their frnds they love each other they were just hugging. and i remember being like, "i gear if i see another person get asked out, ing to punch someone in the face." but we practice nonviolence here. so yeah, i was in -- seit was fourth period, 'ce have block scheduling. end of day. we were about to pack up. and i was in tv production class, just finishing notes on, like, rule of thirds and stuff. and we hear the fire alarm go off. and we're all kind of confused. because we had one e that day. and so we're like, "that's peculiar." and we thought it was -- >> jimmy: you had a fill? >> yeah, we had a fire drill
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earlier that day, just a couple periods before. as just l thought it like a valentine's day prank. so we're all laughing and stuff. and so we packed up. y, took our time. and then eventuae walked down to our designated fire drill zone. and the firsthing i really noticed was that i looked across the bus loop and i saw kids running. i saw kids i knew running and screaming. and just the look in these people's eyes, my friends' eyes, i've never seen anything like it. it's like what they show in movies. but no actor could ever portray that sort of trauma and terror. and so we ran back to class. and we ran into the ti room in the back of my class. and we hid in basically the cornerf a closet in our classroom. and we hid there for multipl hours. but the worst part was getting texts. because the freshman building wh e it occurred was across campus. and we had friends in that building. we started to get texts in a a group chat that was like, "what's that noise? i hear something happening. is that gunshots?" and then it would be, 's somebody shooting into my room.
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i love you guys. tell my parents i love them." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. and where was your brother? where were you? >> it started out in my ap environmental science class. our door was open and rd the first gunshot. and i look over my friend. i'm like, "that sounded kind of like a gunshot and he looks at me. he's like, "yeah, it kind of did."e and soll our teacher. and she goes and, you know, closes the door just thinking it's nothing. and the second the door closes, the fire alarm goeoff for the second time that day. i didn't really think anything of it at the time. so we just got up and started leaving. and as i started walking out, there was a bunch of people just running in the opposite direction as i was going to evacuate to our zone, i guess you could say. and they were shouting lik"d 't come this way. don't come this way. he's over here." and i start running with them in the opposite direction of where i was going. so now, i am headed towards the freshman building where the shooting was occurring, not n owing where it was going at the time. and as i'm running down there, sis -- the janitor, wholl haven't found, that stopped me and, like, 60 other kids and
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said, "don't come this way. he's over here." and asoon as he said that, my former culinary teacher who i had freshman year, ashley kurth, opened up r classroom door and got about 60 kids in her classroom in a a matter of about 30 seconds. and that's where i started -- we just got in there. and everybody's breathing heavily.i and a cold rush of fear race down my spine, thinking "oh, my god. is isn't a drill." and the only thing i could think to do was to calm myself down for everybody around me. 'cause my dad being a retid fbi agent, he always says, "whenever you're in these situations, know wheex the s are and just -- remain -- try to remain calm as possible and focus on your breath." so that's what i did. and i started recordinle, thinking, "maybe if i die here, hopefully if our soulsre left behind on this classroom floor, like so many others have before us, hopefully our voices can carry on and echo through the s halls of congr create positive and effective change for this country. because d knows we need it." >> jimmy: wow. >> but --
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: holy moly. i can't even, obviously, imagine. so you're videotaping. and then eventually -- >> once i gohome, the first thing i did, working for my local newspaper, i submitted my alootage to my editor to get it out there as soon as possible to create change. d 'causen't want this just to be, i hate saying this, another mass shooting.hi because we seeagain and again where people see -- we see people that are in these situations not as people but as characters and numrs. these are people. i want everybody that's watching to close their eyes i for a second agine the person that you love most. imagine the person that you hold clost to you that is your shoulder to cry on, the person that you laugh the most withnd cry with. and imagine that person is murdered. t and you politicians and you ask for moderate changes. and they won't even meet with you. or if u do ask them for changes, they say, "yeah, we'll do that." and then nothing happens. and you have to continue to seee
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more and morle just like your best friend, your sister or your brother get killed again and again. meanwhile, america sits back and does nothing. and that's why we wrote this book, to create that change. >> jimmy: wow. >> we aren't doing this r money. all of the money from the book is going to two places -- charity and taxes. we're giving to change the ref, ich is a foundation started by manuel oliver, joaquin oliver's weiving to chicago strong, which is a coalition of gun violence prevention groups f in the cithicago that's student led and student run. and we're giving to march for s our lid different organizations that have to create this change. [ applause ] >> and that's just the thing.da the otheto start -- to kickoff our "road to change tour", we were in chicago. and i started -- i've started taking notes of methings that people say t little snippets of things that really hit me. and one of the things, i was talking with a teacher who teaches on the southof chicago. and i was having one of the most amazing convers i've ever had. and one thing that he said that really struck a chord in me -- wae said "growing up,
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people always, i'm sure, have told you, have tolme, it takes a village to raise a a child. but i've seen in the last up months that's completely wrong. it takes a child to raise a a village." >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ]ti very inter. i'm so impressed with ys and what you're doing. what can people do? they go, "what can we do?" what can anyone that's at watching, an they do? what should they do? >> so i'm going to say three things. first off, make sure you vote. we have to get morally just leaders elected that aren't democrats or republicans. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone vote. >> we need everybody to vote so we don't ject democrats or republicans. don't just vote for people because they have a "d" o a a "r" nexteir name. make them have an "a" next to their name for american, for a a human being, a not a a politician that will take things seriously and realize the gravity of policies that th 're implementing. and if you aren't happy with the way people are running this country or any of the nd ates you have to choose from, go out and run. because you're going to be that change that we need.
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>> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] you -- >> the otherhing -- the other two things is one, n you guys can jr "road to change" by texting "change" to an"road to change" is a a bus tour that we're doing across the country right now to just speak to people, even the a people that ee with us. and say, "hey, we just want to save lives.t and we w listen and work with everybody." and the third thing i am going to say is go to communities that are effected by this. and don't talk to them. listen to them. and ask them how you can help them. if you live in chicago, go to hu st. sabina'sh. every friday night during the summer over the past couple of t yeary've had a peace march at night. because that's statistically when they have the mos shootings at night on fridays during the summer in chicago. at st. sina's church, they go out and do a peace march. and it's an amazing experience. it's on the south side. but what i've realized is in these communities, even though a they have towith so many things kind of like what our community dealt with, but for eyem it is a daily basis, are places of such strength and beautynd love.
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i never even thought that thereu could be tha of it in this completely just sadly broken buugh them, i know we can fix it. and i know we will. because i believe in each one of you. cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so impressed with you. and thank you so much for coming on the show. the book is "never again." and if you guys want to get involved, text the word "change" to 97779. david and lauren hogg, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with a a performance from mike shinoda. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you have a side that saved for her to go out of state. ♪ ♪ now she's in and you can celebrate. ♪ ♪ a side that's getng your life in sync,
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mang his solo tv debut, performing "crossing a a line" from his new album, "post traumati" please welcome mike shinoda. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ they'll tell you i don't care anymore and i hope you'll know's th lie ♪ ♪ 'cause i've found what i have been waiting for but to get there means crossing a lin♪ ♪ i don't know how to warn you for what i'm gonna say 'cause you're holding ♪ ♪ so tight to what i'm taking away i got demons inside me so i'm faced with a ♪ ♪ either try to ignore them or i give them a voice and it's keeping me upht at n♪ ♪ worried it's not alright holding back things you don't know and it's keeping me up ♪ ♪ at nigh worried it's not alright
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worried it's notht holding back things you don't know ♪ ♪ and it's keeping me up at night a worried it's night you're not gonna like ♪ ♪ where this goes no and they'll tell you i don't care anymore ♪ ♪nd i hope you'll know that's a lie 'cause i've found what i have been ♪ ♪ waiting for but to get there means crossing a lin so i'm crossing a line ♪ >> put em up. ♪ ♪ ♪ and they'll tell you i don't care anymore and i hope you'll know that's a lie ♪
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♪ 'cause i've found what i have been waiting for but to get there means crossing a line ♪ ♪ so i'm crossing a line ♪ ♪ ♪ so i'm crossing a line ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ so i'crossing a line ♪ou >> thankery much. make some noise for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. thank you so much. thank you, buddy. mike shinoda. "post traumatic" is out now.we l be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] vo: "ludicrous."
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that's what the washington post calls la the attacks on david. it's dirty politics. the washington post endorses blair for montgomery county executive. "an energy and passion for innovation blair is "the best chance of injecting a dose of vitality in a county thats badly need." m david: we can investore in our schools, expand pre-k and improve transportation and we can do it without more taxes when we create jobs. that's the change we need. vo: david blair. m democrat ftgomery county executive. endorsed by the washington post.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: my thanks to wh pi goldberg, david hogg, and lauren hogg. mike shinoda!pp [ cheers anduse ] and the roots there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. f stay tun "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomoow. bye-bye, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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