Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson have teamed up to organize "NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration," marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
The global K-pop band, who will perform "Butter" this Wednesday on "The Tonight Show," also spoke to Fallon about being nominated for their first Grammy
Among the stand-out moments on the show was Jimin's conversation with the late-night host about the cutesy stage name he had considered.
The comedian lashed out at the FBI on Twitter, criticizing the organization's effort in identifying violent rioters and drawing a comparison to the scrutiny she received over that infamous 2017 photo featuring her holding a likeness of Donald Trump's severed head.
"If my grandfather were alive today and saw the country he fought for today, he'd be disgusted," Fallon said on "The Tonight Show."
Celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Priyanka Chopra have taken part in the Elf on the Shelf-inspired challenge.
Despite the unorthodox celebrations this year, the beloved New York City event is being widely praised by viewers.
"Seriously, you know how nuts you have to be when Rudy Guiliani's head starts leaking and you're the one who gets fired," Fallon joked Monday night.
Sanders accurately predicted that Donald Trump would claim a premature victory before all the votes had been counted.
The K-pop megagroup kicked off their week-long "The Tonight Show" residency on Monday night.
The "Fargo" actor likened President Donald Trump to a five-year-old child.
The new feature boasts interesting features like "Align" and a few celebrities already making use of the new technology.
"It's just amazing. It's the best thing that ever happened to both Benj and I," Diaz said on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa will be unveiling their new single "How You Like That" on the show.
The TV host followed up his Twitter apology for a 2000 SNL sketch with an episode aimed at tackling racism.
"The Tonight Show" host impersonated fellow comedian Chris Rock in blackface for an SNL sketch in 2000.
"Obviously we wish we could've announced it on our own terms, but we're very excited and happy and grateful for everyone's well wishes and support," Gigi Hadid told Jimmy Fallon during her appearance on 'The Tonight Show' Thursday.
Stephen Colbert also pondered the newfound obsession some Americans are having with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Plus Demi Lovato and Jimmy Fallon painted portraits of each other while Elizabeth Warren tells Seth Meyers how she would have tackled coronavirus.
"What we're not talking about right now, Seth, is that if you're making 14 bucks an hour, 12 bucks an hour and that check stops coming in, which is the case, how are you going to feed your family? How are you going to pay the rent?" Bernie Sanders said during a Monday appearance.
"He said he was going to be a wartime chief and commander during this period, but he hasn't done what is rational to do," the former vice president told Jimmy Kimmel.
"I would also take my chances with coronavirus if the alternative were spending months trapped in the house with Eric [Trump]," Noah said on 'The Daily Show' on Tuesday.
You'll want to watch Jimmy Kimmel interview Bill Burr from the safety of his vehicle.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus also talked about the horrors of cooking healthy at home—and not being able to just make orange cake for her family—with Kimmel.
Trevor Noah checked in with his new format, "The Tonight Show: At Home," and Samantha Bee showed off her wood chopping skills on "Beeing At Home."
Both late-night TV hosts shared "minilogues" from home while self-quarantining.