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>> steve: from rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight join jimmy and his guests - anne hathaway, lilly singh, musical guest jazmine sullivan and featuring the legendary roots crew and now here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much. hello. thank you very much. wow, thank you thank you, thank you, thank you, everybody thank you. sounding great, guys sounding great welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show. [ cheers and applause well, guys, today president trump visited a town in texas
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to mark the completion of the more than 400 miles of border wall when they heard trump was coming to the border, mexico was like, "thank god that wall is here. [ laughter ] yeah, what a time to celebrate the effectiveness of a wall, six days after this happened [ laughter ] you know your presidency is off the rails when you have to distract from your attempted coup with your giant symbol of racism [ light laughter ] but this was interesting, when asked what he was doing there, trump said, "i'm just planning my escape. [ laughter ] that seems like a good route meanwhile, the wall only covers 20% of the u.s./mexico border 20%. let me ask you a question. if you ordered a pizza, and only got 1 1/2 slices, would you have a good yelp review of there? [ laughter ] yup, trump visited the border in the town of alamo, texas. he was like, "thanks to me, everyone will remember alamo." [ light laughter ] in the end, trump didn't finish building the wall. and mexico never paid for it but other than that, pretty
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good [ laughter and applause pretty good. you guys having fun? you guys having a good time? great. [ applause ] while trump was at the border, he engaged in one of his favorite traditions, and signed a section of the wall. watch this [ laughter ] trump was like, "okay, wall, you're now officially pardoned." [ laughter ] right now, writing on his border wall is the only place where trump is allowed to post [ laughter and applause ♪ so that's two crimes he's committed in the past week incitement of a riot and graffiti [ laughter ] times are tough for trump right now. after he defaced the wall, he was sent to live with his auntie and uncle in bel air. [ laughter ]
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before leaving to go visit the wall, trump spoke to reporters and was asked about the riot at the capitol. listen to this >> what is your role in what happened at the capitol? what is your personal responsibility >> so if you read my speech, and many people have done it it's been analyzed and people thought that what i said was totally appropriate. >> jimmy: i just got to quote seinfeld and say, "who are these people [ laughter ] who are these people?" "they're the people of --" "who are these people? by the way, that wasn't a jet engine in the background that was 300 million americans sighing at the same time [ laughter ] and this is big. last night, trump and vice president pence met in person inside the oval office, marking the first time they had spoken since last week's riot things quickly got off to an awkward start, when trump said, "so, i think someone owes me an apology. [ laughter ] yeah, we've all been in pence's shoes, though.
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you know what i mean that uncomfortable meeting with your boss after he sends a a crazed mob of vengeful rioters to zip tie you [ laughter ] [ applause ] but trump tried to make nice he even gave pence a "sorry i almost got you killed" meat and cheese platter from harry and david. [ laughter ] i never saw that in the pamphlet well, speaking of the vice president, earlier tonight, the house voted on a resolution urging pence to invoke the 25th amendment. it's a tough choice for pence, invoke the 25th and have maga nation hate you, or refuse and still have maga nation hate you. you could tell pence was nervous, because he spent all day slamming milks like it was friday at 5:00 p.m [ laughter ] yup, mike pence is being called on to invoke the 25th amendment and trump is not happy but i'm not sure trump understands what the 25th amendment actually does. to be honest, i'm not sure if he knows what most amendments do for example. >> tariq: oh, here we go
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>> jimmy: tariq, what's up >> tariq: let me guess, you're going to make fun of trump for not knowing what any of the amendments mean. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah, that was the plan >> tariq: and each joke, it will pop up as a graphic so everyone can see it and laugh about it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. i do comedy. >> tariq: i know exactly how this will go down. so the top of the screen will say the name of the amendment, like the first amendment then under that, you'll say what trump thinks it means, like he thinks the first amendment is don't talk about fight club [ laughter ] or you'll show the 5th amendment, and trump knows that one as the thing my lawyer tells me to plead. >> jimmy: yeah >> tariq: and then you do, like, the 7th amendment or something. and trump thinks that one is, if it's yellow, let it mellow. if it's brown, flush it down [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah yeah >> tariq: and then you'll finish it off with the 25th amendment, which trump thinks
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is, guac is extra. >> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] >> tariq: is that how it's going to go? >> jimmy: yeah you nailed it. >> tariq: seems like a fun bit you should do it [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: great, we'll do it tomorrow >> tariq: looking forward to it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, lots of people are distancing themselves from the president, including new england patriots head coach bill belichick last night, he said he won't accept the presidential medal of freedom from trump. yup. it was a hard decision for the coach. i heard he bought a new hooded, sleeveless tuxedo for the occasion err cuomo vowed that new york will legalize recreational marijuana [ cheers and applause great job. new yorkers have spent almost a year with nothing to do but sit at home and watch netflix. now you legalize weed?
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[ laughter and applause who are these people i think new york is ready for legal weed just look at the statue of liberty. our most famous symbol is green, wearing a bathrobe, and holding up a lighter [ laughter ] some entertainment news. during last night's episode of "the bachelor," the women played a game called "capture the heart. and one contestant victoria had an interesting way of describing the other team. listen to this >> i think my team is a bunch of queens, and the other team is a bunch of jesters. >> jimmy: jesters? "and, matt, he's like a k-night of the round table." [ light laughter ] later in the episode, there was some drama between victoria and another contestant victoria tried to say that they don't mix well, like oil and water. but instead, she said this >> i want -- i don't want to continue fighting. >> i'm not trying to fight, either >> yeah, i think that we can - >> but i think we're like oil and vinegar.
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[ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: actually, that goes pretty well together "i mean, we're like peanut butter and jelly?" [ laughter ] you can tell her face was like, i don't think this is right. but her mouth was like, nope, i'm going for it we're laughing but tomorrow she's getting the presidential medal of freedom [ laughter ] isn't that amazing [ applause ] finally, i saw that ben and jerry's has started selling its own frozen dog treats. trust me, once weed becomes legal in new york, that will be just ice cream we have a great show give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: oh, oh, oh
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what a show we have for you tonight. she stars in the new movie "locked down" on hbo max anne hathaway is here tonight. [ cheers and applause plus, she's the host of "a little late with lilly singh" on nbc, lilly singh is here. [ cheers and applause and we got great music from jazmine sullivan [ cheers and applause be sure to tune in tomorrow night. riz ahmed and angela bassett will be here [ cheers and applause and we got an all-new freestyling with the roots you guys excited to do that one? >> questlove: yeah, yeah, sure >> tariq: yup. >> nasty [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it's a fun bit anyway, you guys have a good day today? >> questlove: pretty good. yeah >> tariq: it was fine. >> yeah, same. >> nasty [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i had a good day, too. did you guys have anything good for lunch or anything? >> questlove: not really >> tariq: the usual. >> i microwaved some salmon, so - >> nasty [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, everyone should - everyone should check out freestyling tomorrow stick around we'll be right back with anne hathaway, everyone. [ cheepplause ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (quiet piano music) ♪ ♪ comfort in the extreme.
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♪ >> jimmy: my first guest is an oscar, emmy, and golden globe winner, starring in the new movie "locked down," which premieres this thursday on hbo max. here's anne hathaway oh, that's what i'm talking about. anne, welcome back to "the tonight show. you look fantastic thank you so much for coming on the show >> thank you so much i'm so happy to be here. >> jimmy: i've known you for a a pretty long time now i've heard people call you
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annie, like, your good friends do i call you anne or annie? >> call me annie >> jimmy: yeah >> everybody everybody, call me annie, please it's -- can we talk about my name for a second? >> jimmy: yeah, of course. i'd love to. >> can we -- can we really get -- let's spill the tea so, i, you know, when i was 14 years old, i did a commercial, and i had to get my s.a.g. card and they asked me, "what do you want your name to be?" and i'm like, "well, it should be my name my name is anne hathaway." and i never -- and so that seemed like the right choice, but it never occurred to me that for the rest of my life people would call me anne. the only person who ever calls me anne is my mother, and she only does it when she's really mad at me. like, really mad >> jimmy: yeah, i know that. >> and so every time, like, i step out in public and someone calls my name, i think they're going to yell at me. >> jimmy: yeah, my mom would say my middle name "james thomas! >> but i doubt people are just like, "james thomas! how are you? loved your last film." people are like, "anne."
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i'm like, what, what did i do? >> jimmy: no, i'm annie! >> so, please, seriously, feel free it's not -- people are so lovely they don't want to be presumptuous and so they come up with workarounds on set because the truth is, nobody is comfortable calling me anne ever it doesn't fit, i'm an annie and so people call me miss h., people call me hath. so feel free, call me anything but anne [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, annie, congrats, by the way since the last time you were here, you had another baby you have two beautiful boys right now. congratulations, how old are they >> they're four and they're one. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. during quarantine? has it been crazy? just perfect >> what hasn't been crazy? like, yes. on the list of things that are crazy, it's been a lot but i mean, those are good ages to be home with your kids because, you know, our four-year-old believes everything we tell him and that's adorable as well as
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very useful. and our one-year-old is just, like, it's just the most magic age. you know, we've been home with him since he was four months old, just with him every single day. and that's been a gift >> jimmy: that's pretty wild >> did you, like, tell your kids everything when they were four, to kind of get them to do whatever you wanted them to do >> jimmy: oh, yeah i mean, yeah, sure, whatever i still kind of do it, yeah. "we'll do that, and then get this." but, yeah. i was -- when they were really babies, i was trying to get winnie to say "dada" so hard to make that her first word. >> we know we know, jimmy >> jimmy: do i have the book around i don't. well, if i did - >> i have the book, and it works, darn you. >> jimmy: dude, i was calling everything dada. i was calling the bottle - >> you jerk. you jerk >> jimmy: really, i was calling the bottle of milk dada. >> we used to talk about this before, so i could really let you know how i feel. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i also put out "mama. i have "mama." you gotta read that book >> you didn't send that one to me, sweetie. >> jimmy: oh, you know what? quarantine
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it's in the mail >> oh, yeah, no, no, of course, i understand i have to. i have to understand >> jimmy: i have to understand >> but my four-year-old, it's the best, because over the holidays, this was the first year he's really believed in santa claus. we were driving in the car, and you know when you're in the car with your kids, and suddenly the car just gets too hot? >> jimmy: yes. >> all of a sudden, like, in a a second, and everybody gets like, loud at the same moment. the baby is crying because he wants the cracker that the four-year-old has, and the four-year-old will not give him a cracker. >> jimmy: yeah >> just won't do it, won't do it, won't do it. and then finally, i just have this spark and i go, "okay, johnny, but what about santa?" like, his hand shot out, straight towards each other, and we went, "oh, my god, this is so powerful." >> jimmy: wow. wow. what did we just -- that's right. this year -- >> so, four and one, we're, you know, the ages are the ages that they are. but there's a lot of magic in
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those ages >> jimmy: this -- i tried not to do elf in the shelf, just because i have enough things to worry about, you know. and to have the elf on the shelf thing. and you want to hear the weirdest thing it showed up in my house we do it now >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: the elf is in my -- somehow, i don't know how we got it but the elf on the shelf is now in my house. it does stuff. every holiday. >> we had to come up with something, because, like, johnny would leave the room, and then jack would mess with his stuff, and johnny would come back and be like, "who messed with my stuff?" and we came up with the demolition elves >> jimmy: what oh, interesting. >> so at nighttime -- at nighttime, after he went to bed, the demolition elves messed with his stuff. there's nothing we could do about it >> jimmy: telling you, that's a spinoff. demolition elves >> certainly wasn't your brother. >> jimmy: i love it. >> now you're not going to wail on him >> jimmy: i want to talk about your new movie, "locked down," because it's so -- >> you're saying that very well >> jimmy: thank you. well, i don't want say it's -- it's not "lockdown," it's "locked down." >> it's not "lockdown," it's "locked down." you're right, i guess you do have to kind of --
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>> jimmy: i just wanted to make sure people could hear the title. >> honestly, have a glass a wine before you watch the movie, it'll be "lockdown. >> jimmy: "lie down. "babe, honey, let's just watch -- >> jimmy: let's just watch "lockdown," i don' yeah, we have that >> jimmy: yeah, sure, it's one word, who cares. "lockdown. it's a fun heist movie, but also a little love in there. and funny. i thought it was fantastic how do you -- how do you describe the movie >> the story -- so, i act in it, but it's directed by doug lyman, so if you're a fan of doug lyman movies, you know to expect a lot, and many different wonderful things and i act opposite chiwetel ejiofor, who is just a dream. oh, my god he's amazing and wonderful in this. and he's never played a part like this before we play two people in a long term relationship that has run its course the day after we have our, like, can't take it back, end
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it all, rager of a fight, my character gets a call that one of my co-workers is experiencing symptoms, and we are now to be locked down with each other for 14 days in quarantine find each other, and then somehow decide to steal a 3 million pound diamond from a mass murderer. >> jimmy: and how did you even get harrod's to play >> so the climax of the movie takes place in harrod's. i don't know is the short of it i think it's this 2020 thing, because doug and steven h - >> jimmy: i can't believe they pulled it off. >> -- 40 pages that they said, "we've got 40 pages and an idea but if you don't say yes to our needing to shoot the finale of the movie in your store, there's no point in us making it so, can we get a yes or no?" and harrod's said yes. and you would expect them to be like, "we have to call our lawyers, we have to run it through this, we have to do market research.y' like, "you know what here's anne hathaway in
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"locked down." take a look at this. >> 3 million pounds. tax free no consequences. >> one for me, one for you, one for the nhs. >> you have thought about this >> you know what, i need to go meditate >> are you sure they won't check it in new york >> shut up, i need to meditate >> what were you going to say? >> the man who bought the diamond is bad he's really bad, and you and i are good and the nhs is good, and good is better than bad when i explained that to grandma, and she said, "yeah, that's true. and she was a calvinist, straight as a rod. unlike me, who is weak in the face of temptation >> live wild or die, linda >> jimmy: anne hathaway, everybody. "locked down" premieres this thursday on hbo max. anne and i are playing a fun game called "best, worst, first," when we come back. stick around ♪ finally moved in. it's a great old house.
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back we're here with anne hathaway, and we're about to play a game called "best, worst, first." >> let me hear you ♪ ♪ bes wors first ♪ >> jimmy: here's how it works. i'll hit this button, which will activate a random topic generator. it will land on a random prompt like "best pickup line you've ever used, you've ever told." whatever it lands on, we have to say the first thing that comes to our minds are you ready? >> okay, yes >> jimmy: here we go first up is best best - [ beeping >> best, best. >> jimmy: okay, best karaoke song anne, since you're my guest, you go first >> okay, single or duet? >> jimmy: ooh, good call i'm going to say, i think everyone wants to know single. what's -- what's anne's -- >> "99 luftballons." >> jimmy: the german version
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>> if that's the only one available, i'll do that. yeah, i mean, i'll try it. and i don't have any friends who speak german, so there's no one there to tell me that i'm terrible >> jimmy: oh, yeah that's the only version i really know. and i do that with -- i don't think i'm saying one german word except luftballons >> no, even just now, i'm just like, "luftballons." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, you backed out of the room on that one. [ talking over each other "99 -- 99 luftballons. >> what's yours? >> jimmy: i do "russians" by sting, is my jam >> can i hear a little ♪ ♪ in europe and america there's a growing feelin of hysteria ♪ >> jimmy: something like that. >> oh, that's really good. >> jimmy: thanks i don't even need music. >> no, never not you. not you. >> jimmy: no turn the music down. >> drop the hat. >> jimmy: turn the music off >> jimmy is singing again. >> jimmy: it's time for me to do another song. >> i want to give a shout-out to my frie
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he is my duet partner. >> jimmy: ooh, that would be fantastic. "suddenly seymour" is a good jam. that's a good duet all right, good. i like that. all right, next round. it's time for the worst. what is your worst - [ beeping >> i'm, like, trying to read that what is it >> jimmy: day of middle school >> day of middle school. oh, my god, okay, okay, i know this one so, i really like vintage fashion, and my mom had this pair of shoes. they were gold, like, very metallic gold disco shoes. and i loved them i thought they were so great and i paired a whole outfit with them. and i was really excited, because i was in seventh grade, and you know, you're kind of like, trying to figure your style out. and i remember, like, driving to school that day, being like, "this is the day it's all going to begin for me. this is it this is the moment." and i stepped into the hallway, and every single head snapped towards me, and i remember
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thinking, "oh, no, i've made a a terrible mistake." and i did. and it was the absolute wrong choice it was so bad, my seventh grade science teacher commented on them >> jimmy: the disco shoes? >> disco shoes >> jimmy: oh that -- oh, man. i gave a carnation -- they were selling them at the school for, like, 50 cents and i gave one to this girl, and she, like, closed the locker she took it, she was like "huh?" and then closed the locker, and like, her boyfriend was like, "dude, what are you doing? i go, "oh, i didn't know that you -- what?" and then he was like, "we're fighting." i was like, "what? so then -- so i go, "when do we fight? "after school. i go, "i can't, i'm working. he's like -- i go, "good, we'll you do friday, maybe?" can we -- and dude, i'm not kidding. we ended up fighting at 8:00 in the morning on sunday in a a cemetery [ laughter ] 'cause that's the only time we could do it, and when we
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were - >> why the cemetery? >> jimmy: it was an open field it was a good -- >> not really. >> jimmy: yeah, i know it's almost more evil that it's in the cemetery. and dude my karate teacher showed up in a trans am and watched us >> i feel like you're hallucinating right now and you're just saying words >> jimmy: anyway, long story long, we ended up -- he's one of my best friends we're totally like -- that was my first fight >> what happened to the girl who you got the carnation for? >> jimmy: no one knows not in our world anymore >> not until tonight, when she tweets she's like, "it was me, jimmy. >> jimmy: "it was me i'm doing fantastic. and i had a crush on one of you. yeah here we go last round, it's time for first. first -- what is your first -- [ beeping celebrity crush. >> leonardo dicaprio come on. >> jimmy: wow. first celebrity crush, for me, it was jo from "facts of life. nancy mckeon
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>> oh, n -- aw >> jimmy: i loved her. she was, like, so cute to me i was like, who is that? >> so cool >> jimmy: yeah she was just cool. it's jo polniaczek, man. i think that was my first one, yeah >> oh, you know what, i just thought of eddie vedder. he was kind of around the same time eddie vedder, leonardo dicaprio. they don't venn very much. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't think they're on really the same lists all the time which leonardo dicaprio? >> he was on that show for a a while. "who's the boss? >> jimmy: oh, "growing pains." >> oh, "growing pains. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not even close to "who's the boss. >> two very different shows. very different casts >> jimmy: you know the show, "who's the boss," "growing pains. what did i say >> i don't remember. i just remember being like, "hi. >> jimmy: wow. >> "who's that?" >> jimmy: that is so cute. dude, i love you thank you so much for coming on i always love talking to you and playing with you anne's new movie, "locked down," premieres on hbo max
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♪ >> jimmy: my next guest has one of the biggest social media followings in the world. she's also the host of "a little late with lilly singh." season two premiered last night, and airs weeknights at 1:35 a.m on nbc set your dvrs. here's our pal, lilly singh. oh >> my man. >> jimmy: look at you. you look fantastic thank you so much for doing this, and being here >> all the tinky-winky vibes >> jimmy: is that tinky-winky? i love that. dude, last time you were on the
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show, by the way, congrats on the show, season two watched last night loved your kamala harris >> thank you >> jimmy: uh, you had a good little inside joke about being on at 1:35 a.m., i loved it. but the -- i was thinking, i go, didn't -- because i remember, somehow i connected you to for, some reason, i go, "why did i connect this? and you met president -- vice president-elect kamala harris on our show. the last time you did our show >> yes, i did. and you don't understand it's the biggeest flex -- there it is it's the biggest flex ever i vividly remember, i think this was actually the day that was before my season one premiere >> jimmy: yes. >> you know, kamala harris was the first guest. and she came, and they said, "hey, kamala harris would like to say hi. and i was like, "yes, absolutely." and she proceeded to just be amazing. she was like, "lilly, everything you're you're a big voice for the community. and she was saying all these things about how i'm so inspiring and paving a path. and i'm like, you're kamala harris.
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>> jimmy: you're that. you're that. >> i'm like, "am i in the matrix right now?" >> jimmy: who is talking about who? yeah that's so funny. >> it was like the meme with spider-man looking at himself. >> jimmy: yes, of course dude, spiderman. >> i was like, "i'm shook that you're saying this about me because --" and i have to say that her energy and presence was just so invigorating i think i went out and did my most comfortable performance, with you jimmy because i was kamalafied she kamalafied me. >> jimmy: kamalafied you became kamalafied. and so you just came out and just -- yeah, you did rip it up that night it was great i wanted to ask you about what you -- because quarantine, everyone is at home. and trying to be safe. but i think i did. a lot of people did. and you, who i first were introduced to you because you were a youtube superstar, uh, and i was going to ask you what did you think of all of it, and what did you thnk of everyone's stuff
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>> yeah, i mean, like most people, quarantine for me has been a time of reflecting. it took a global pandemic for me to be like, "what is my life what do i like what are my priorities?" um, you know, i think i'm a big believer that everything is a double-edged sword right? i love social media. i have a career because of social media i'm sitting right here with you right now because of social media. so, i do think it's a wonderful tool to coi meanect people, to get informed, to feel part of something. but, you know, i'd be remise if i didn't say that it also can be quite toxic and i think i got into a little bit of a phase where i thought twitter was real life. and instagram was real life. and i was living in that world and then i had to be like, "this is not how i want to live." like, there is so much toxicity online um, and i talked about this in the season premiere monologue, especially in the black lives matter movement, i felt like social media was just so full of division. and i actually went to a a protest in real life, and it was beautiful. and for me, that was that moment where i thought, "the real world deserves our
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attention, as much, or more, that i'm giving it on the phone. and so i deleted social media ie present. >> jimmy: reallyees outside. true >> in my backyard. i was like, "when did these get here?" >> jimmy: wait, dude, trees are trending right now number two, people rediscovering trees. they love it >> literally >>jimmy: yeah. that's so -- wait, so you just went no twitter? >> yeah, i mean, i deleted it off my phone i won't lie. it's kind of like a drunk relationship like you know what people get drunk, they text their ex. if i get drunk, i download twitter. like, this is my relationship with twitter i be drunk and i'm like, "you know, just one tweet, one quick one. it means nothing." and then i download twitter. so i definetly relapse, and have moments but i try to not -- you know what i'm trying to avoid, jimmy? i'm trying to avoid the human tendencywe have, where if we have a spare four minutes before anything, we go like this
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>> jimmy: yes. >> i'm trying to get rid of that >> jimmy: yeah >> because i'd rather do this. i'd rather be, like, checking in with myself i'd rather control the energy i'm getting in my day. and i don't want to give that control away >> jimmy: yeah, i find that, i go, "uh, that is so annoying if somebody does that." and then once someone does it, it makes me want to look at my phone. >> exactly exactly. >> jimmy: what am i missing out on >> because you feel like the idiot. you're like, "oh, should i be doing this, too? >> jimmy: yeah we have to find out what's new, who's trending, who hates who, what is going on it's like, "no, i --" >> and i find myself magnetically attracted to comments and drama. and that's on me anything, i'm diving in the comments >>ji someone wrote something? what did people reply saying? and now i'm in this world where i'm like, "how did i get here? why do i care about any of this?" >> jimmy: yeah, no, it's just a human thing. i wanted to ask you about season two you changed it up. it's great
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>> thanks. >> jimmy: i love that you did that i think it's good. that you have to -- everyone should try new things, and see what sticks. you totally changed it from the first season >> i did i grabbed it by the reins, to be honest. you know, season one, for me -- i'll just be honest, i came on your show, jimmy, season one i was wearing that green outfit, and i came and i said, "i'm breaking the rules of late night. you know, i'm going to change the format." and then i literally proceeded to do the exact same format. and did everything that i said i'm wasn't going to do and i take that "l" on my shoulders because i think season one i was learning a complete new world you know the learning curve was so steep for me and so, i found myself not being completely myself. i found myself trying to be someone that would please the late night world, and all the articles, and headlines. i had to, like, really have a talk with myself before season two and say, "you need to make this you." and that's what i've done. >> jimmy: since you started the new season, started last night, but everyone should watch.
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after me, after seth, comes lilly. uh, and so 1:35 a.m., check it questions about you. >> sure. >> jimmy: ready? all right. what is your new jam what is a new song that you discovered >> hm, okay, well saweetie was my first guest, and i discovered her song "best friend" with doja cat. and i can't twerk, but that song makes me want to try. you know it really makes me want to try to twerk, and i love it. >> jimmy: what's a new game that you played? >> okay, so, i think i'm late to the party here. because i thin i discovered catan and now i'm a full-fledged is my thing. >> jimmy: dude, i want to make a t-shirt that says, "nobody wants your sheep." >> exactly send me one. that's genius. >> jimmy: nobody wants your sheep. [ laughter ] >> wow
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i've never felt more seen. >> jimmy: that is a nerdy thing that just happened all right, i love that >> that settles it it and by the way, a little late to the party, that's a segment on your show right there a little late to the party that's a new segment all right. here we go what is your newest mantra >> my newest mantra is quite simple it is simply, "what kind of life do you want to live?" and i know that sounds very basic. but the reason it's been working for me, is i feel like i identified so many reasons i used to get flustered in life was i'd be giving away control people online, to producers, all this stuff when you ask yourself, "what kind of life do you want to live?" it kind of helps you frame the situation where you can take control. do you want the life where you have to listen to these people, and you have to be near these people and you have to feel this way? or, do you want the life where you can do something about it, and remove yourself from those situations or, like, you know, take a a different path
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what kind of life do you want to live is a big thing for me. >> jimmy: i love that. um, there is a new episode of your show airing tonight on nbc. who's on the show tonight? >> brie larson brie larson's on the show, which is, i know i'm like, "these famouses have taken time to talk to me i'm shook. um, but it's super cool. she sings and plays me some of my comments musically. sop it's super fun >> jimmy: no way >> i also teach you how to make a drink, a solo sex on the beach. i teach in my episode today. um, and i just want to make it clear, i'm not a mixologist, but i do have a strong will to drink. and i believe it's the same thing. >> jimmy: congrats on the new season and you still have the best fashion, best kicks in the game, man. oh, my god your sneakers, come on always, always something cool. new season of "a little late with lilly singh," airs weeknights at 1:35 a.m. on nbc watch it tonight we'll be right back with a a performance from jazmine sullivan stick around, everybody. thank you. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing "girl like me" from her new project "ho tales," here's jazmine sullivan [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ah, yeah, yea ah, yeah, yeah yeah, yeah ♪
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♪ ah, yeah, yea ah, yeah, yeah yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ see i made profile on tinde since you left m to be with her ♪ ♪ i think that mean i'm gettin' desperat wish i could return to sender ♪ ♪ but you don't love me no mor and i don't even know what for yeah ♪ ♪ knew it was rea when you blocked me ♪ ♪ now i sit at home judgin' my bod wondering what i did to lose you ♪ ♪ why in the hell you ain't choose m why you don' love me no more ♪ ♪ i don't eve
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know what fo you must've wanted somethin' different ♪ ♪ still don't kno what i was missin' what you asked i would've given ♪ ♪ it ain't right ho these hoes be winnin why they be winnin' yeah no hope for a girl like me ♪ ♪ how come they be winnin and i ain't wanna be but you gon' mak a hoe out of me ♪ ♪ yeah you gon' make me a gold digge maybe i should look like a stripper ♪on nova dresses why these dudes be s pressed and impressed ♪ ♪ with it you leave me wit no choic i can't do this good ♪ ♪ girl no mor oh-oh oh-oh i just wante you know what i was missin what you asked ♪
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♪ i would've give it ain't right how these hoes be winnin why they be winnin' ♪ ♪ like me how com they be winnin how come the why they be why they be ♪ ♪ and i ain't wanna b but you gon' mak a hoe out of m y'all be makin' us sad ♪ ♪ then say y'all don' know why we ma so we start actin' like we don't care ♪ ♪ 'cause y'all be takin' us ther 'cause you don't want us no more ooh ♪ ♪ it breaks us to the cor boy you must wante somethin' differen still don't know ♪ ♪ what i was missin what you asked i would've given it ain't right how ♪ ♪ these hoes be winnin' why they be winnin no hope for a girl like me how come they be winnin' ♪
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♪ i ain't wanna b but you gon' mak a hoe out of m a hoe i'll be, yeah ♪ ♪ that's what you wante that's what you ge a hoe i'll b look what you did kid ♪ ♪ yeah a hoe i'll b yeah, yeah see what you did to me yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: thank you to jazmine sullivan more "tonight show" when we come back, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪
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