'The Tonight Show' with Jimmy Fallon premieres Feb. 17

Jimmy Fallon said goodbye to his former studio and home of "Late Night" on Feb. 7, and now it's time for the former "Saturday Night Live" star to ring in the new era of "The Tonight Show" at midnight (after the Olympics). For the first time in 42 years, the show is taping from the Big Apple, and Fallon is kicking things off with Will Smith and U2. He brought along house band The Roots, and funny-man announcer Steve Higgins. Use the hashtag #tonightshow to join the live conversation, or comment here.
Powered by ScribbleLive