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Jimmy Fallon's First Tonight Show Guests Include Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake

Jimmy Fallon Tonight Show Guests

The full line-up of luminaries for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon‘s opening week has been revealed, and it includes the First Lady, an altogether different Lady, a blast from Jimmy’s Saturday Night Live past and go-to collaborator Justin Timberlake.  READ MORE

SNL's December Line-Up: Paul Rudd, John Goodman and a Jimmy Fallon/Timberlake Twofer

Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live‘s Yuletide gift to viewers will be three December originals, with Anchorman 2‘s Paul Rudd kicking things off Dec. 7, in his third turn as host.

Joining Rudd, as musical guest, will be …READ MORE

The Best and (Even Better!) the Worst of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards!

VMAs Best and Worst Moments

Never mind that MTV hasn’t aired a music video since the The Real World actually bore a passing resemblance to the real world, the Video Music Awards remain an event awash in suspense. (What, if anything, will Lady Gaga wear?)

And not to take anything away from Sunday night’s official winners (see below for that list), but we went ahead and handed out our own prizes …READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY

'NSync Reunion at the 2013 VMAs: Hit or Miss?

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Given that it’s been a decade since ’NSync last appeared together on TV, anything could’ve happened — or gone wrong — at Sunday night’s reunion of Justin Timberlake and his former (and formerly boyish) boy band.

Yet couldn’t you just hear the “Sexyback” singer — the recipient of this year’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award — saying, “We will not make fools of ourselves – this I promise you”? READ MORE & VOTE

'NSync Reportedly Reuniting at Sunday's VMAs: What Must Their Set Include? Take Our Poll!

'NSync Reunion

Don’t really wanna make it tough, but with the New York Post reporting that an ‘NSync reunion is all but certain for Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards (9/8c), this is probably our last chance to shout requests into the Internet in the hopes that JC, Lance, Joey, Chris and/or Justin will hear us. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL

Justin Timberlake Leads Saturday Night Live to 14-Month High: Watch the Best/Worst Sketches

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Justin Timberlake" Episode 1636 -- Pictured: (l-r) Bobby Moynihan, Justin Timberlake -- (Photo by: Dana Edelson/NBC)

There’s no denying that Saturday Night Live is in the midst of a lackluster season, so the question surrounding the return of All-Star host Justin Timberlake this week (his fifth time in the role) raised the question: Would the former N’Sync-er inspire the show’s writing staff to whip up some decent punch lines or would JT get dragged into the “Californians”-style muck? READ MORE

SNL Promo: Justin Timberlake Pulls Quintuple Duty — and (Oops!) He Forgot His Suit and Tie

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Saturday Night Live’s go-to crowdpleaser, Justin Timberlake, isn’t satisfied to just double up as host and musical guest this weekend. No, he’s set to multitask further, even helping Kenan Thompson out with his make-up.

Also seen in the promos …READ MORE & WATCH PROMOS

TVLine Items: Justin Timberlake Back as SNL Host, Osbourne's Talent Replacement and More


Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy back to Saturday Night Live… again.

The Emmy-winning singer/actor has been tapped to host the late-night staple for a fifth time, NBC announced Thursday. READ MORE

Grammys 2013: Grades for All 20 Performances!

justin timberlake grammys 2013 suit tie

There’s a common complaint among Oldie Olsens like myself that live singing in the Ke$ha Era is going the way of the Dodo. (Or is that Do%o?)

Whether or not there’s any truth to that theory, the 2013 Grammy Awards proved to be …READ MORE

Maya Rudolph Hosts SNL: Best and Worst Skits


It’s been a great season for Saturday Night Live alumni returning to their old stomping grounds. Two months after Jimmy Fallon’s fantastic stint at the show’s helm, Maya Rudolph returned to Studio 8H to host an episode that was consistently funny, and occasionally hilarious. Rudolph didn’t bring back her famed Oprah impression, nor did she attempt her well-know Whitney Houston (no surprise there), but after a cute opening monologue, she brilliantly channeled Maya Angelou, Beyoncé, and (less successfully) …READ MORE