tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC May 19, 2022 11:34pm-12:37am PDT
>> we do have increased fire danger with us, wind at pfizer until 2 pm tomorrow, north, east and south bay mountains, 30 to 50 mile an hour wind gusts are possible. daytime highs will be in the 80s inland and of the coastline, 60s. on the seven-day forecast it does stay dry. the wind it does calm down, we have 80s continuing. we see it warm up monday, tuesday and wednesday with low 90s for the following weekend looks like some 70s are back in the mix for us. once we get over tomorrow, we are doing pretty good. >> we have a lot of warm temps there for a little bit. thank you. thank you for joining us here at 11 :00. have a great friday. goodbye, see you tomorrow. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon."
tonight, join jimmy and his guests - kenan thompson jojo siwa, musical guest, rina sawayama and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1657 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that is so nice. that is lovely please, enjoy yourself enjoy yourself welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. you're here. thank you for watching [ cheers and applause you made it. hey.
let's get to some news guys, today at the white house, president biden hosted the leaders of sweden and finland to discuss their applications to join nato yeah i didn't know there was an application process. [ laughter ] swedish prime minister was like, "yeah, we have letter of recommendation from norway and abba." [ laughter ] during the meeting, biden told them that joining nato is a complex process that can get frustrating. and sweden said, "yeah, we invented ikea. so we -- [ laughter ] we get it. we get it. that's right biden hosted sweden's prime minister, and he really went all out of his way to make them feel good and feel at home i -- but i think he went a a little too far i -- listen to this. [ mimicking swedish [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right i think that -- i just -- that's too much. >> steve: that's the swedish chef, yeah >> jimmy: that's too much, right? [ cheers and applause that's - >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: some business news, it's been a rough couple of months for the economy and i saw that yesterday was the stock market's worst day in over two years [ audience oohs yeah stocks fell so fast, the oxygen mask dropped from the ceiling
at cnbc. [ laughter ] yeah it's not good. experts say if this keeps up, every merrill lynch office is going to become a spirit halloween. [ laughter ] things are so bad, they replaced the stock exchange closing bell with the losing sound from "price is right." [ sad tuba ] that's right, the stock market dropped after major retailers, like target and walmart, reported huge losses the ones who actually saw their stock go up by 7% -- this is real tj maxx. [ light laughter ] yeah [ cheers and applause yeah, they are crushing it they are crushing it, and you can tell that they're feeling pretty good. watch this >> yo, we heard the stock market is, like, bad or something. well, not over here at tj maxx we're still flying high, thanks to our rock solid business strategies, like always making the store look like it was just hit by a small tornado, never opening a second register, only carrying clothing in size xxxl or adult baby.
[ laughter ] selling those stylish combination shirt and ties wrapped in plastic and keeping you guessing whether the underwear is pre-worn [ laughter ] so come on down to tj maxx, where every day is black friday [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: yeah [ laughter ] pre-worn >> jimmy: in a size of xx, xxxl or adult baby. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: guys, get this, yesterday while speaking at an event in dallas, former president george w. bush had a a pretty major gaffe, which brings us to a new segment called, "george w. bush: still got it." >> the decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of iraq -- i mean of the ukraine. ♪ [ cheers and applause >> still got it. >> steve: what >> jimmy: oh >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: well, a lot of people are graduating this week, and father's day is around the corner, so it's officially that season of dads and grads
so yeah. [ cheers and applause what's wrong with that tariq >> tariq: dads and grads >> jimmy: yeah >> tariq: it's so lazy come on, now >> jimmy: what -- what do you mean >> tariq: they're just combining two things into one so they don't have to, you know, celebrate both separately it's like telling someone, "now here's your christmas and birthday present." it's crap. >> jimmy: okay, i'm -- >> tariq: yeah, i mean, why not just celebrate everyone? how about dads and grads and guys named brad? or dads and grads into bad fads like being clad in plaid it's so sad. it makes me mad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, it's just two things i mean, it's not that -- >> tariq: it ain't rad and might i add, why not dads and grads and badass lads like josh gad doing the dab [ cheers and applause eating crab off an ipad, drinking tab in a chem lab, reading "people" mag with
scumbag chad no one wants to shag - [ laughter ] -- who hates "downton ab." it's a red flag. oh, man, i want to gag >> jimmy: wow. that was - [ cheers and applause okay well, what do you suggest? >> tariq: well, we equal the playing field. if it's going to be dads and grads, then next year, it's moms and proms [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: all right. tariq trotter, everyone. thank you. nice going, tariq. i see what you mean. yeah, thanks ♪ >> tariq: whatever >> jimmy: it is graduation season, so, obviously, a lot of commencement speakers are giving kids advice on their futures. so, with that in mind, here with some sound advice is our sound engineer, steve mandel steve? >> spill coffee on your lap in a mcdonald's drive through trust me it's how i paid for college. ♪ >> sound advice from steve mandel [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: speaking of fast food, this is wild
in a new survey, 25% of delivery drivers admitted to hooking up in their cars while on the job [ audience oohs which i guess explains why when i ordered dominos last night, the tracker was like, "step one, order placed. [ laughter ] "step two, your order is in the oven." [ laughter ] "step three, it's getting hot. it's getting really hot. we're on our way we're getting close. we're getting really close just a bit longer. not so fast. think about something else, derek, like baseball, or 'downton abbey.' oh, god, we've arrived." [ cheers and applause i go, "interesting." hey, get this, i read that michelangelo's first nude drawing just sold for a record breaking $24.4 million yep, it's a groundbreaking piece from his "you up" period [ laughter ] i saw a -- guys, i saw a woman in minnesota was arrested after she tried to flee from police and drove her car straight into wet concrete check this out [ laughter ]
she was cited for resisting arrest and going 0 in a 60 and finally, speaking of cars, it's time for "tonight show hashtags." here we go, everybody. ♪ hashtag hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: this week, i sent out the hashtag, my worst car, and i asked you guys to tell us a funny or weird story about a a bad car that you owned we've done this hashtag before and it was so fun, we wanted to do it again. within minutes of sending it out, it was a trending topic in the u.s. [ cheers and applause so thank you for playing along and now i thought i'd share some of my favorite "my worst car" tweets from you guys. here we go this first one is from @utjonesy. they say, "the hand cranks were broken on the windows of my friend's 1987 nissan stanza. we'd pass around the good handle anytime someone wanted to roll down their window. [ laughter and applause this next one is from @kaitertots. she says, "my high school car
was a retired ford crown vic cop car with a spotlight that didn't work and 'defiance county juvenile probation' written on both sides. [ cheers and applause this next one is from @boogsrocks. she says, "i bought a cheap corvair when i moved to california to get by as i was driving down the 101, the front tire came off and rolled right by me." [ cheers and applause "sucks to be them. oh, it was me. >> jimmy: next one is from @guidelinesrus he said, "i got pulled over for speeding in my 3-cylinder, 75 horsepower geo metro. cop couldn't believe i got the car over 60 miles per hour [ laughter ] said he wrote the ticket just to prove it to his buddies." [ laughter and applause "i -- i have to. i just -- this is amazing, what happened." this next one is from @jwbutta he says, "when i was growing up, my family car had moss growing on the outside of the passenger doors. and when the right headlight fell out, my father reattached it with a pie plate and duct tape."
[ laughter and applause >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: that's -- that's a a good dad hack. this next one is from @hanshoefer. he said, "my '84 pontiac fiero used to wink at oncoming traffic because the pop-up lights were broken." [ applause ] this next one is from @janelleintx she said, "we borrowed my husband's grandpa's car. whenever we turned left or right, the back doors would swing open, so i had to hold both doors closed while sitting in the middle seat hoping not to fall out. [ cheers and applause this last one is from @glassheart5 she said, "pontiac sunbird convertible. broke down several times last time i called the roadside emergency line, the operator said, 'that thing is still running, debbie? [ cheers and applause there you have it. those are "tonight show" hashtags to check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags we have a great show tonight kenan thompson is here [ cheers and applause oh, he's the best.
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[ cheers and applause [ bell ringing ] >> jimmy: good morning, saugerties high. and a happy, happy thursday to you. this is principal davidson >> and i'm vice principal bailey [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: and it's time for the morning announcements. >> oh, yes now for any of you freshmen out there, this is just a quick fyi. we've been voted the most entertaining - >> jimmy: and musical.
>> -- all morning announcement duo in the tri-county area for 15 whole years running >> jimmy: that's right yep. >> now, we would like to take popular deities and put that special little "s.h.s." spin on 'em. >> jimmy: saugerties high school so, all aboard the morning train. next up, announcement town choo-choo! let's see here - [ light laughter ] first order of bees wax, i couldn't help but notice, a lot of heel dragging on the way to miss santiago's spanish class this morning which is no bueno okay if we're going to slay the day, gang, we've got to get to class on time. because if you don't, you'll get a -- >> d >> jimmy: followed by a -- >> e >> jimmy: and of course. ♪ t-e-n-i t-i-o-n ♪ ♪ i could put you i detentio with mr. mccloud ♪ ♪ put you in detentio no cell phones allowed ♪ >> jimmy: oh, yeah, that was a a bop. [ cheers and applause
>> it absolutely was >> jimmy: that was a bop >> such a bop. >> jimmy: now, i'm not a school nurse. but it seems like there's a bit of a breakout amongst certain members of our student body. i'm talking of course about senioritis >> senioritis? but there's a cure, right? >> jimmy: well, just hard work and a positive attitude. i hate to see any of your grades drop from a - ♪ a-b-c-d-e f minus ♪ that's the worst grade you can get, f minus [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: we have fun. we have fun. we have fun, but we also have something serious to talk about, okay? vape cigarettes. >> oh, not the vape cigarettes that is right. we've been getting so many reports about students that have been vaping in the bathrooms. it's not all right so, this is just a gentle reminder to you guys - ♪ go easy on that vape ♪
♪ don't suck on that pe just breathe oxygen ♪ [ cheer and applause ] >> jimmy: yes, very nice >> now, for our next course, we have an announcement from our cafeteria staff. >> jimmy: uh-oh. nom, nom, nom, hashtag >> well, no, no. you might want to hold off on those nom, nom, nom's until you hear this. ♪ oh, the spaghetti is they way to g to the infirmary ♪ ♪ cuz the lunch lad left it sitting out all week and it's turning green ♪ >> jimmy: that's right now look [ horn ] [ cheers and applause when you -- when you hear that sound, it means it's time to talk about the wheels on the bus that go round and round. >> round and round well, one of our school bus drivers have complained once again that some students are distracting him on his pickup route.
>> jimmy: yeah, gus. so, listen up, gang. ♪ ♪ there's one rul on the bus ♪ ♪ you know it don't shoot spitball at gus ♪ >> jimmy: okay now, look. the next person -- [ cheers and applause the next person who hits gus with any balls gets suspended. >> that includes you >> jimmy: that does -- >> uh-huh. keep your balls to yourself. >> jimmy: there we go. >> and lastly, it comes down the home stretch of the announcements. [ trumpeting ] >> hey, guys - [ cheers and applause [ talking over each other [ talking over each other >> jimmy: we hug it out sometimes. superintendent mcgilly >> absolutely. you guys doing your famous morning announcements? because i'd like to get in on that
>> you would like to get in on it >> jimmy: yeah, sure, sure of course, yes absolutely >> here's this and you can use my microphone. >> thank you very much thank you very much. okay - everyone, the deadline for getting in your senior quotes for the yearbook is today. so, if you've been waiting for whatever reason -- >> jimmy: i didn't know you were southern. >> you didn't know that? i thought we were all doing that >> jimmy: no >> we're southern, you're not? >> well i'm southern >> jimmy: i wasn't sorry, now i am. >> i'm going to continue to do this you're just doing -- okay, okay [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i got one impression that's the same one i've been doing for ten years. >> so -- [ talking over each other >> it's about dang time. >> jimmy: okay ♪ in a minute imma need a ♪ ♪ sentimental senior quote for the year book ♪ ♪ gonna go-ah with a quote-ah ♪ ♪ from baby yod i just don't know ♪ >> jimmy: hey, that was pretty fine all right. [ cheers and applause everybody, get to class, have a great day! saugerties high!
♪ [ bell ringing ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: samuel l. jackson recently said that you got him banned from snl. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know what he's talking about? >> i don't have the authority to do that i don't know why he thinks that [ light laughter ] but, no, this is a great story and, which camera am i on? >> jimmy: you can go to one. >> hey, sam. [ laughter ] it's all good, bro
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>> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy winning performer, who you know from "saturday night live," which has its season finale this weekend, with host natasha lyonne and musical guest japanese breakfast everyone, please welcome kenan thompson [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: oh come on. ♪ kenan thompson [ cheers and applause oh, it's always great to see you, bud >> buddy, good to see you. good to see y'all. >> jimmy: i mean, come on, that's pretty good, right? >> how are y'all doing [ cheers and applause come on. come on. good to see the roots. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right come on. season finale of "saturday night live." >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yes it's a big show, natasha lyonne >> jimmy: oh, i love - >> or white whoopi, as i like to call her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: white whoopi >> yeah, she's got that gravelly -- you ever heard her talk >> jimmy: yeah
>> "oh, and she's very new york and -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that - >> she sounds like whoopi. >> jimmy: you think she's sounds like whoopi goldberg? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: she's such a funny person, i know a giant fan of the show, so i think her hosting -- she's like, freaking out. >> she's the best. >> jimmy: it's gonna be fun, yeah, yeah >> it's gonna be a great show. >> jimmy: you've reached an incredible stat that i read recently is it 1,500 sketches that you've been in >> yes [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: 1,500? 1,500 sketches >> 1,500 >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. it seems like a lot. >> jimmy: it does. it is a lot, right it definitely is a lot i mean -- i mean, that's wild. did you know going into the show that you'd hit that mark, what --? >> only -- only that day like somebody posted like, "kenan thompson is only 3 sketches away from 1,500." i was like, "really? like, that's crazy i missed all 1,490 -- i wasn't counting." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, no one was counting yeah, but that's wild. >> but yeah, and then i saw that, you know, i had four sketches that day. and then at the dress rehearsal they were all in, so, i was like, "oh, snap, i'm going to, like, do this tonight, basically.
so i had that moment of like, "that's pretty cool. and then after i -- i didn't think anybody was going to be, like, waiting to celebrate it necessarily but -- >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> but, like, you know, our tender staff and crew were back there with, like, a card and they were all clapping and it was - >> jimmy: "snl"? >> it was a nice moment. >> jimmy: nah, come on, buddy, that's great i'm so happy for you [ cheers and applause couldn't happen to a better guy. you know -- do you know what to do now in a sketch, like, when -- when you have a line and it just bombs, and it just gets no laughs >> i -- i do now kind of like that whoopi joke earlier. [ laughter ] yeah, i just laugh through it and go with it but my first experience with that was not great, necessarily. it was, like, the first time - >> jimmy: do you remember it >> yeah. it was the first time a writer like, wrote me a sketch where i was, like, a leading person. >> jimmy: ugh. >> and it was called "randy the bellhop. and i was -- >> jimmy: hold your applause >> you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] relax. >> jimmy: "do randy, man!" >> you know what i'm saying? "yo, do that randy, man.
we don't want to hear that --" [ laughter ] so, it's called "randy the bellhop. and i -- like, you know, i was a bellhop doing shenanigans or whatever, checking in people >> jimmy: yep. >> anyway, i flubbed a line, like, really, really hard. i stumbled over it, and i just let it be quiet. i was just like -- i didn't try to fix it or anything. i didn't try to laugh through it, or nothing i didn't have the confidence to, like - >> jimmy: of course. >> -- continue i just let the moment, like, hit the floor. >> jimmy: you just froze >> and it was very, very quiet and i heard this one lady go, "aw. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's -- that's bad. >> you know what i mean? it was like -- >> jimmy: "aw. >> i didn't -- i didn't even react to that. >> jimmy: yeah >> i was like, i was so green, i was just like, "yeah, this is not going to work. i finished the sketch or whatever, and they didn't write for me much after that [ light laughter ] it's fine. >> jimmy: like, you feel like you're letting them down, you know, when you're doing -- when the writer writes something for you. you're so honored that the wrote for you. >> 1,000%. i was so nervous, you know what i mean and i was just shaky and blah blah blah. but now i just -- i really enjoy when things go off-rail. >> jimmy: yeah, it's just a little different >> it's kind of the best
>> jimmy: yeah [ light laughter ] if something just sits here and just tanks, you just kind of go like - >> it pumps me up. like, i want to get crazy and, like, start running through the audience or something. [ laughter ] it's like, "oh, y'all -- y'all don't like that? well how do you like this? >> jimmy: yeah can you -- can you clear something up here? 'cause i -- samuel l. jackson recently said that you got him banned from "snl." >> yeah, i - >> jimmy: do you know what he's talking about? >> i don't have the authority to do that i don't know why he thinks that [ light laughter ] um, but, no, i -- this is a great story. and where -- which camera am i on >> jimmy: you can go to one. >> hey, sam. [ laughter ] it's all good, bro [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> you're welcome any time, from what i've been hearing. >> jimmy: yeah of course. >> anyway, he dropped the f bomb on the show, but he says i was supposed to cut him off before that. but the cue card, it was just an f on the cue card, it wasn't like the whole word. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, no other letters. >> i was thinking he was just gonna go, like, a fake move and stop at the "f-", you know what i mean >> jimmy: of course. "what the f- >> full train at it, because, you know, i guess he's a method kind of guy. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. [ laughter ] a method guy >> so when he did it the first -- he did it twice when he did it the first time, i was processing, like, "oh, snap, he did it and i didn't
make it," or whatever. "i didn't cut him off in time. >> jimmy: 'cause you're live >> i was like "okay, whatever, that was pretty cool," but - >> jimmy: yeah >> "we kind of expect the f word of sam jackson, so no harm done." >> jimmy: yeah, every time he's been on, yeah, we know that that's probably going to happen >> yeah. then he doubled down and said it again, i was like, "yo, my man, we've gotta pay for those, you know what i'm saying?" [ laughter ] and then it got a reaction - >> jimmy: a lot of money, yeah, yeah >> and you were able to, like, get out of the moment. yeah, but he was -- he's been mad at me for that so, my bad, bro. you know what i'm saying >> jimmy: no >> i didn't think he was gonna do it like that. >> jimmy: no, no, he's -- he doesn't get mad. >> come on in whenever you want >> jimmy: he's the greatest. >> it's sam jackson, who doesn't want sam jackson on? >> jimmy: sam jackson, come on yeah, you can come -- you can host "the tonight show" if you want, sam. >> right, you heard it >> jimmy: yeah, come on, bud we love you, yeah. >> you heard it here >> jimmy: uh, i love your impressions. i like david ortiz, "big papi. >> oh, he's the best >> jimmy: when you do that i mean - >> he's the best >> jimmy: yeah, i mean that, yeah [ light laughter ] >> he's the best [ applause ] >> jimmy: you got to meet him. [ cheers and applause >> uh, yeah. i love him >> jimmy: what does he think of the impression >> you know, it was my chance to do, like, a scarface impression, you know what i mean
when i heard that, you know, "big papi" talk like that, i was like, "oh, my god, i can actually do it, man," you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] "take my tony montana moment." >> jimmy: wow -- >> "you know what i'm saying?" >> jimmy: "that's how you do it." >> "talk about the red sox." [ light laughter ] "maybe talk about -- talk about miami a little bit." >> jimmy: yeah, no, "a little bit. >> you know, and, like, he's just such a jolly person it allows for me to have that fun like that. and, yeah, i met him, i did his podcast, and he was like, "yo, my man, i knew i made it when you was doing me on the show." [ laughter ] i love that guy. [ cheers and applause "big papi. big lunch. >> jimmy: he's the best. >> he's like a big lunch >> jimmy: i love that guy. i know you just started this production company >> yes, shout out. >> jimmy: and this is a big deal, bud. >> yeah, shout out to "artists for artists," thank you very much. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: this is like -- this is -- this is the chapter -- this is what you dream of. >> i feel like this is the next stage in life, you know what i'm saying >> jimmy: yeah >> so i partnered with my buddy johnny ryan. and we started this thing where it's going to allow for lots of things to come under it, and, uh - >> jimmy: it's called "artists for artists." >> "artists for artists" because we believe in artists
being able to have some ownership, kind of, in what they do, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: yeah >> so even if it has to come out of our portion, or our proceeds, we want to make sure that, you know, anybody that does a movie should be able to get a percentage of that movie for as long as it's out, you know what i mean not just being paid to show up and do the work, like, you should have participation as it goes along like, imagine if you had participation in "beetlejuice. like, just take that, for example, like a 40-year-old idea or whatever -- >> jimmy: yeah >> -- and you have a percentage of that, that's way better than just getting whatever check they gave him in 1988. >> jimmy: 1988 >> you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> so, that's kind of the strategy of it but also it's gonna be the mothership, you know what i mean it's gonna allow for a lot of other things - >> jimmy: you're doing documentaries, you're doing -- >> docs, movies, a lot of stuff that i don't necessarily have to be at to happen >> jimmy: yeah but you're doing a live thing too. what's -- what are you doing with mike tyson? >> yeah, we have, you know, a live element too you know, 'cause we're big broadway fans, me and my partner. and, you know, we're fans of everything first, kind of, so, we're launching with tyson coming back to the stage with "undisputed truth 2.
um, you know, he did his one-man show back in the day -- >> jimmy: of course. >> i think spike was directing it >> jimmy: yeah >> this is part two. so, we're -- we're starting with that. and other stuff like that. >> how'd you -- how'd you meet mike >> i met mike -- he did a "what's up with that" back in the day, actually, and he was -- >> jimmy: oh, did he really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. he was very funny. like, he got up and like, you know, turned around, and like, shook his butt in the camera >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah [ light laughter ] >> stuff like that >> jimmy: all the stuff couldn't happen to a better guy. congrats on the season finale of "snl. kenan thompson right here, ladies and gentlemen >> thank you man [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: the one and only the season finale of "saturday night live" is this weekend with host natasha lyonne and musical guest japanese breakfast jojo siwa joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪♪ the next sale is a digital treasure trove - charming ellie's private data! what? lot number 1: her emails. the ones she's opened and read. drug store purchases.
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>> jimmy: our next guest is a dancer, singer, actor, and entrepreneur now she's a judge on "so you think you can dance," which airs wednesday nights on fox please welcome jojo siwa [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that's how you do it that's how you make an entrance come on, bud >> i -- i heard y'all talking about "beetlejuice" earlier. >> jimmy: yeah >> and i feel like beetlejuice >> jimmy: you rocked it out! but, come on, you look gorgeous >> thank you >> jimmy: thank you. welcome back to the show i just want to say, happy birthday to you, right now - >> thank you >> jimmy: -- right now, it's your birthday. ♪ [ cheers and applause it is your birthday. >> it is it is my golden birthday it's my 19th birthday on the 19th [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: this only happens once in your lifetime. >> i know! >> jimmy: this is fantastic.
happy golden birthday. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to yo happy birthday dear jojo ♪ >> jimmy: golden ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ >> jimmy: hey, fantastic they can sing! [ cheers and applause they can sing. >> i got to say, hearing "happy birthday" on "the tonight show" for me is probably the coolest thing i've ever heard in my life >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> wow >> jimmy: happy, happy, happy. do you -- do you celebrate your birthdays? 'cause i know you go big on others - >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you do >> oh yeah >> jimmy: really >> we go full out. >> jimmy: you do >> on everything we go full out. but, so here's the thing my birthday's today, and my brother's birthday is tomorrow, actually >> jimmy: wow. >> so our whole lives, we would always do like a 50/50 party and we'd literally, like, draw a line of tape in our house and half would be my side and half would be his side. and then my 13th birthday was my first big, like, birthday blowout bash
and since then, you know, my 14th birthday we were actually in a tornado shelter in a walmart. >> jimmy: wow. >> then my 15th birthday we rented out dave & busters. 16th birthday we rented out six flags. 17th birthday was quarantine 18th birthday was disney world and 19th birthday was "the tonight show"! >> jimmy: that's exactly how you do it! [ cheers and applause come on now. >> this is the best one. >> jimmy: that's how you do it >> this is the best one, for sure >> jimmy: i'm wishing you the best we're sending you the vibes. >> thank you >> jimmy: you're going to have the best year ever i -- you -- at 19, you've already accomplished so much you're one of time's 100 most influential people congratulations. >> thank you [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: "boomerang" has almost one billion views on youtube. >> wild. >> jimmy: a billion. >> a billion and it just had it's six year anniversary too. >> jimmy: isn't that wild? >> it's crazy to think about >> jimmy: one billion views. >> and it still gets about 500,000 views a day. >> jimmy: wow. >> which is wild to think about. and like, little kids now, who are 2-years-old, their favorite song is "boomerang." and for me i'm like, how they weren't even alive when it came out it's wild. >> jimmy: wow. it just lives on but there's -- there's one thing that you haven't done yet, and it involves lady gaga >> oh, yes
>> jimmy: explain this to me >> so, my, like, dream is to either, like, play lady gaga in a biopic of her life one day >> jimmy: uh-huh >> now, if that doesn't happen, my next dream is to just be a backup dancer for her, for one day. >> jimmy: well, i mean, you -- >> one day [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: you can do it. i mean - >> thank you we actually -- we have the same choreographer, richy jackson, who is amazing and i -- i tell him all the time, because i know about 20, 25 lady gaga dances that she does at her concerts and i tell richy all the time, i'm like, "listen, one day, a dancer's gonna be sick, they're not going to be on stage, you're going to have one hour to find somebody who knows the whole set, and you're going to call me, and i'm gonna be prepared." and i -- i'm banking on that happening one day. >> jimmy: i mean -- lady gaga watches the show all the time. gaga >> gaga. >> jimmy: hello, come on, let's go this is it, right now. >> gaga. >> jimmy: a dream. [ cheers and applause don't stop a dream don't stop a dream >> one day, it can be a press stunt for me >> jimmy: what -- yeah whatever, whoever you want it to be, yeah. you've got to do it. i would love to see you, come on >> yes
hey, gaga, jimmy said -- >> jimmy: she's -- i mean, yeah [ light laughter ] she's touring now, right is gaga doing -- >> yeah, "chromatica ball" is just about to start. >> jimmy: yes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's happening >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, i'm going to vibe this out this is the golden birthday, come on. if we all send the vibes, it's going to happen. >> right you would think. you would think. >> jimmy: all right, good, yeah [ cheers and applause i want to talk to you about "so you think you can dance. >> yes >> jimmy: season 17 premiered last night, you are a judge. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: i -- how -- you've been a fan of the show, must have been, since you were a baby >> yeah, since i -- i mean, the show came out, i think, the year after i was born. so it's been around, literally my whole life. >> jimmy: literally when you were a baby, yeah. >> yeah, which is -- it -- it's crazy to think about i remember going to the tour of the show, actually, when i was like five, and i did the meet and greet with the cast of that season, i think it was season nine, maybe at the time. and it was -- no, it definitely wasn't season nine, it was season five. 'cause my friend was on season - anyways, back at it, it was season five. and it -- it's just so cool to think that this show is such an iconic piece of the dance world and of dance history and every dancer that has such
a household name, was born on this show, if that makes sense >> jimmy: yeah >> they were first seen on this show, and it gives dancers such a platform and so, to be part of it in this way, just -- it means the world for me >> jimmy: do they -- do they get nervous when they go out and dance in front of you? and they're like, "oh, my god -- >> oh, my god, they're terrified. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> they're terrified and it's -- it's funny to watch, because being on the judges side of the things -- you know, i had "dancing with the stars" where i was competing. i competed on "masked singer." i was "ultimate dance competition. i've had my fair share of elimination shows. and to be on this side of it, be judging, it's interesting to watch. it's like "they're nervous, but i'm not, so why are they?" but then i'm like, "no, okay, now i --" >> jimmy: "i've been on the other side," yeah where you were nervous, and yeah, and being judged >> yeah. they are so talented though, it's insane. >> jimmy: how do you -- how are you as a judge >> how do you think i am >> jimmy: i would say that you're -- i would say that you're -- you give positive -- i think you're always positive when i'm around you, so i would say you probably give positive feedback i mean, i don't know if i could do it, because i would be like - "i don't know. i would be like, "i don't -- pass." >> i'll admit i'm --
[ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "go talk to someone else talk to another judge. >> "next, next." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, i can't do it. >> i will admit, i am the honest judge so, if something is great, i can't hold back, i will tell you. >> jimmy: yep. >> if something is not, i will also not hold back, and i will tell you so it can be a problem sometimes. but i just -- i want the people who are good to know that i am dead serious when they are good, you know what i mean i don't just want to tell everyone that they're great, if - >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> -- you know, they're not. >> jimmy: yeah you go, "hey, you got to work --" >> i don't know. >> jimmy: "you got to work harder." >> i'm naturally just an honest person >> jimmy: yeah >> all the time. >> jimmy: i think that people would rather hear that though, and go, like, "hey, come back. >> yeah. >> jimmy: "go work on this you have something, if you want to do this." >> exactly exactly, that's what we tell people we say, "go, and come back, keep working." because everybody who gets to this point is incredible >> jimmy: yeah, and if you hear something from jojo siwa, to -- give you even any advice, or any help, you'll never forget that as long as you live >> yes >> jimmy: you'll go, "yeah, she told me to do that, and i'm going to do that." >> thank you >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's the birthday girl, jojo siwa in "so you think you can dance. take a look at this. [ cheers and applause
>> dance can be anything and out of everyone that i've seen today, you had the most fun on this stage. [ cheers and applause and that is something that i really appreciate. >> thank you >> i love that you are who you are. i love that you're out here in heels and your little shorts i'm -- >> you know it >> my best - [ laughter and cheers listen i am very gay too. so i -- yes, whatever you do, you do not my type. but my - >> don't worry, you're not mine either [ laughter and applause >> he was amazing. >> jimmy: i love it. that's good. >> that was beau, he's great >> jimmy: he's great jojo siwa, everybody "so you think you can dance" airs wednesday nights at 9:00 p.m. on fox we'll be right back with a a performance from rina sawayama. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪♪ you know real chili
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