The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – September 28 2021 – 9/28/2021 – Tuesday

Guests: Jake Gyllenhaal, G-Eazy featuring Demi Lovato

The former “Late Night” host presides over a talk show featuring guests and music performances. Fallon succeeded Jay Leno as host of this venerable talker in February 2014

Tonight’s Highlights 

Jimmy addresses Trump hiring a White House “music man” to sing showtunes from musicals like Cats to calm his rage while he was president.

Jimmy asks Tonight Show fans to send in photos of funny or weird signs they’ve seen and shares some of his favorite submissions.

Karamo talks about fulfilling his dream of covering the red carpet for E!, dressing up as a zombie for Joan Rivers for a Hollywood gig and the final season of Dear White People.

Jake Gyllenhaal discusses his movie The Guilty and working with Antoine Fuqua, who had to direct the film from a van a block away due to a COVID exposure.

Jake Gyllenhaal talks about having his dog neutered, getting prosthetic testicles for his dog afterwards and what it feels like to have a Spotify artist page.

Musical guest G-Eazy performs “Breakdown” featuring Demi Lovato for The Tonight Show.


About The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Actor and comedian Jimmy Fallon invites popular personalities to provide insights into their personal and professional lives.

This show is broadcast on NBC, also known as the National Broadcasting Company.

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