Fans have flooded social media with their burning questions for BTS, who is confirmed to appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in New York City.
In an appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' Murphy recalled several highlights of his decades-long career, including the time his red leather 'Delirious' suit was destroyed by friend Keenan Ivory Wayans.
Earlier this month, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter dropped a rendition of "Baby It's Cold Outside" with pop vocalist Kelly Clarkson. The song features revised lyrics to the 1950s classic not everyone is happy with.
Mayor Pete also said Trump has betrayed Kurdish people who supported U.S. troops in Syria.
The singer's mom recorded her sobbing over a banana while recovering from Lasik surgery.
Those who shared their descriptions on Twitter had a chance that their submission would be read on Fallon's show.
"I think it was just a chance to thank her for all she'd done," the Google Doodle winner said.
Nick Cannon aimed to make a "teachable moment" about the controversial practice of wearing blackface.
The rapper performed his latest single, "A Lot," on "The Tonight Show" last week.
The former first lady was promoting her book "Becoming," in which she described her emotions when it came time to make way for President Donald Trump.
BTS epicly imitates some of the iconic dance movies performed by the animated characters of 'Fortnite'.
Just about every late-night host had a field day with the Trump-Putin summit and news conference.
President Donald Trump took aim at Jimmy Fallon after the comedian expressed regret over a controversial 2016 interview with the then-candidate.
In November, Sophia became the first robot to ever receive citizenship of any country.
The TV host slammed Trump for his decision on the Obama-era initiative.
"You can stand for a nation or you can stand for a hateful movement, but you can't do both. If you can't make the right choice, then I'm confident that the American voter will," Meyers said of Trump.
The comedian joked that the president's commencement speech at Liberty University was inspired by Elle Woods from the 2001 hit comedy.
It's unclear if Fallon will revive his famous "Weekend Update" role in his first appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' in a year.