The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon — September 29 2021 – 9/29/2021 – Wednesday

Guests: Maluma, Michael Gandolfini, Givēon

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 

Maluma and Jimmy take turns selecting popular songs, like the Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody(Backstreet’s Back)” and try to get each other to guess the tune by singing just one random word, like “spam,” instead of the actual lyrics.

Maluma talks about writing music during the pandemic, shares the romantic reason why he became a songwriter and announces his collaboration with Macys on a clothing line.

Jimmy reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #MakeASongAboutFall.

Michael Gandolfini talks about launching his acting career playing Shrek in a school show and taking on his father’s mantle to play Tony Soprano.

GIVĒON performs “For Tonight” 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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