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♪ love again [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: white lies. nice job, gentlemen. thanks, guys. welcome back. good to see you. i want to thank my guest, christina applegate, rob corddry and of course white lies. tomorrow night, vince vaughn is on the show. but jimmy fallon happening right now. jimmy! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> steve: from studio 6a in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, how's it going? oh!
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that's a crowd with love! we welcome the crowd, right there. that's a fantastic welcome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. you guys feeling good tonight? i can feel it. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to the show. thank you for being here, and thank you for watching at home. here's what people are talking about. this is kind of embarrassing. senator john mccain is in the news after he was spotted playing poker on his iphone during a hearing on syria yesterday. [ laughter ] look at this photo. someone got a photo of him. [ laughter ] real, yeah. actually, it turns out it's not so bad when you hear that another group of senators were playing poker with actual cards. [ laughter ] someone's got to pay more attention. that's really bad. [ applause ] this wasn't that bad. that's right. mccain was playing poker during a hearing. the worst part is that he didn't even know he was playing poker. he was just trying to text his wife. [ laughter ] he was just, like -- [ as mccain ] "how'd i lose 1500 bucks asking cindy what's for dinner?"
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some big tv news. abc just announced that snooki and former nfl wide receiver keyshawn johnson will be on the next season of "dancing with the stars." [ audience oohs ] [ laughter ] not the reaction i thought i was going to get, but yeah. [ laughter ] i just think it's going to be awkward when johnson goes to spike a football, and he finds out it's actually snooki. and he goes, are you okay? i'm so sorry. are you all right? [ applause ] are you okay. there she goes. take care. good-bye. oh, she's coming back. hi. bye. actually, she -- yeah. nope, she's coming right back. nope. [ laughter ] >> steve: that was a basketball. >> jimmy: yeah. actually, bill nye the science guy will also be on "dancing with the stars." [ cheers and applause ] bill nye the science guy! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: which means now they will call it "awkwardly standing in the corner alone with the stars." [ laughter ]
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♪ [ laughter ] this is great. did you see -- i feel so bad for tucker carlson. he was just on "fox and friends" -- that's the show? >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: well, in a recent episode of "fox and friends" -- did you see what happened? tucker actually fell asleep while they're on the air. [ laughter ] and the others -- the two other co-hosts -- pretty -- they burned him pretty bad. check this out. [ laughter ] [ whispering ] >> he's asleep. >> i don't think we were being good co-hosts right now. [ laughter ] >> in 15 years of this program, i don't think that's ever happened. >> i know. >> is this honestly on tv? >> you're on television. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "is this honestly on tv right now?" [ cheers and applause ]
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"is this honestly on tv right now?" yeah, afterwards, he was, like, "hey, at least i wasn't playing video poker." i mean -- [ laughter ] are you guys fans of "sesame street"? did you watch "sesame street" growing up? [ cheers and applause ] i love "sesame street." i love "sesame street." but i read that the new season of the show will focus more on problem solving. when he heard that, obama said, "what time is that show on?" [ laughter ] and biden was, like, "7:00 to 9:00!" all right. we know. "sesame street" is going to focus on problem solving, specifically that one problem -- how to get there. [ laughter and applause ] can you tell me how to get -- you take mercer to -- this is pretty interesting. a new study found that using facebook has actually changed how our brains work. yeah. it's true. before facebook, when you said you liked something, you actually did. [ laughter ] that's right.
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using facebook has changed how our brains work. it's pretty interesting. look at this diagram here. now, this part of the brain is for ignoring baby pictures. [ laughter ] this part of the brain responds maybe to events you know you won't go to. [ laughter ] this part of the brain is for saying you hate facebook even though you check it 300 times a day. and this part of the brain is dedicated to looking at photos of your ex. while this part of the brain identifies everyone who has gotten fat since high school. [ laughter ] there you are. [ cheers and applause ] that's how it all -- that part of the brain -- >> steve: yea! >> jimmy: that's why we're on facebook. >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: yeah. i want to say happy birthday to my man, the butt of a lot of our jokes in the monologue. anthony weiner turned 49 years old today. marking -- [ applause ] marking one of the few days of the year that weiner is the one receiving lots of packages. [ laughter ]
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weiner told his wife he didn't want any surprises, and she was, like, "yeah, neither do i." [ laughter ] and finally, in a new interview, miley cyrus said that she made history at the vmas when she danced around in a skimpy outfit and stuck out her tongue. and so you know what that means. it's time for "miley's tongue, not miley's tongue." ♪ miley tongue not miley tongue miley tongue not miley tongue ♪ ♪ miley miley not miley not miley ♪ ♪ miley boo boo bieber ♪ ♪ elton tongue maroon tongue ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ political tongue grumpy tongue tongue ♪ >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, right there! ♪ i know it looks like i've gone crazy ♪ ♪ but in the way of love and what it does i'll be crazy for us ♪
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♪ so call me a fool call me insane tell me that loving you the way i do ♪ ♪ is ridiculous i don't mind no i don't mind ♪ ♪ forget the rules i'm over the game baby yeah loving you the way you do ♪ ♪ is ridiculous >> jimmy: that is grammy-nominated singer raheem devaughn sitting in with the roots tonight. looking good, buddy. sounded great! here's his brand-new album, "a place called loveland." thank you so much for being here tonight. we'll be hearing you later on in the show. thank you, buddy. >> what's up? >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight. she is a judge on the hit show, "america's got talent," which we love at nbc. we love a good hit show on nbc. [ laughter ] yeah. whatever she wants.
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yeah, yeah. she can host if she wants. heidi klum is here on the show! [ cheers and applause ] heidi klum. so funny. so beautiful, obviously. i have a heidi klum story. i was once -- i think it was, like -- eight years ago or something like that. i was hosting for "letterman." he was sick or something. so i hosted for david letterman. he had a bunch of guest hosts. so i did that. and then, later on in the week, my friends said, "hey, i'm having dinner. why don't you come out, and i'm just going out, bringing a friend." i go, great. so we get to dinner. his friend is heidi klum. you got to tell me these things. [ laughter ] you can't just say i'm bringing a friend. who is it? yeah, so i go. i'm dressed as a slob. i'm, like, whatever. i'm, like -- i'm sitting across from a supermodel. and she goes, "i saw you on 'letterman.'" [ laughter ] i go, "cool, thank you." she goes, "you look like a vampire." [ laughter ] what? she goes, "you look like dracula." [ laughter ]
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i go, "what? what?" she goes, "your collars were --" and i remember this. i was on letterman, and i hosted the monologue. and my collars were outside of my shirt. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] no one told me! heidi klum, the supermodel, tells me i look like a pale vampire, yeah. anyway, the great heidi klum is here, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] plus, this guy is unbelievably amazing. i love this guy. he's the mayor of newark, new jersey, and he's a candidate for u.s. senate. cory booker is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: this guy's unbelievable. he's one of the most interesting guys i've ever met and fascinating. and just so good at his job, and he really -- well, we'll talk about it later when he comes out. but he's done some crazy stuff where, like, he talks to people on twitter. like, oh, there's a problem. and he comes to your house and he fixes the problem.
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like, we will do that. he's so fun. he saves people from burning buildings. i'm not kidding. yeah. i mean, google this guy. i mean, he's unbelievable. he's super mayor. he's a superman. i love this. and we have great, great music. oh, my gosh. hopefully, you want to turn up your tvs right now. these guys are going to blow your pants off. i'm talking about the julie ruin is here tonight! >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fun. awesome. fun, fun show. thank you for watching, you guys. i'm on twitter. you're on twitter, right? sometimes i go on twitter and i see, like, a tweet from a celebrity. and i go, "what is he talking about?" you know? well, it turns out, sometimes they're not -- they're just replying to another person's question. i will show you what i mean in a segment called "in reply to." here we go. ♪ in reply to in reply to oh yeah ♪ >> jimmy: so the way this works is i'll show you a celebrity's tweet, and then we'll see the
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question they were replying to. the first example is a tweet from vice president joe biden. he responded @stevehops13. he said, "it was the hardest thing i have done in my entire career." not really sure what he's talking about. let's see what @stevehops13 asked him. have you beaten candy crush? [ laughter ] that makes sense. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: very tricky game. >> steve: very hard. >> jimmy: yeah. this next is from the dalai lama. he responded, "i will dig deep down and try to find new meaning in my life." let's see the question. "what will you do after 'breaking bad' ends?" [ laughter ] it's a great show. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i don't know either. it's a great show. this next is from kanye west. [ laughter ] he replied, "george washington, alexander the great and the pope." let's see the question. "name three people you think are less important than you." [ audience ohs ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: i think they disagree.
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he can has his own opinion. [ applause ] >> steve: he's kanye. >> jimmy: here's one from hugh hefner here. hugh responded, "mine hang so low, they almost touch the floor." [ laughter ] let's see what he was asked. "describe your bedroom curtains." oh, see, that -- i don't know what you were thinking. is that what you were thinking? >> steve: no, i was think curtains. >> jimmy: yeah. this next is from our pal, kristen stewart. she replied -- she responded, "march 17th, 2004." let's take a look at the question. "when was the last time you smiled?" [ laughter ] she's got a good memory. >> steve: yeah, she does. >> jimmy: she has a good memory. i remember that day. i remember it. here's another one from vice president joe biden. he responded, "you mean the lady that lives in my iphone?" [ laughter ] let's see what he was asked. "what do you think about syria?" [ audience ohs ] easy mistake. easy mistake.
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a lot of people are making that mistake. [ applause ] here's the last one here. this is from tim tebow. he responded, "i've never touched one before." [ laughter ] let's see the question. "can you describe a football?" there you go. that's all the time we have for "in reply to." we'll be right back with "audience suggestion box." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ alarm sound for malfunctioning printer ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you've learned a thing or two. [ metal clanks ] ♪ this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? [ gears whirring ] talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for watching the show. thank you for being here. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "late night." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ laughter ] so before every show, we put out an audience suggestion box just to get some feedback from the audience and see what you guys think of the show. things you'd like to see us do, that kind of stuff. so tonight, let's look inside the "audience suggestion box." here we go. ♪ look into the box the suggestion box ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: here we go. the first one is from steven soroka. "hey, jimmy, have you heard of these news things called digi-wigs? they're a fun and easy way to try out different hairstyles.
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you should try some out on your show." oh, yeah, i've heard of these things. digital wigs. they're great. actually, we have the technology on our show to do them. can we try some out on some you, james? do you mind? [ laughter ] all right, first, let's try out -- how about one direction -- harry styles haircut? let's see what that looks -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's pretty good. how about a -- how about a faux hawk? yeah, that's pretty good. [ cheers and applause ] looks like a contestant on "top chef." let's give him the guy fieri. boo-yah! [ laughter and applause ] yeah. that's pretty cool right there. finally, how about the michelle obama? [ audience ohs ] yeah! i like that. [ applause ] thank you.
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that was good. that was great. this one's from eleanor gardner. "hey, jimmy, what's in that drawer on your desk that you never use? i think you should open it." oh, this one. i don't even know if it works. i don't think this is a real drawer. oh, it is. [ laughter ] it's a treasure map. [ laughter ] it's of our studio. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: and it says something on it. [ laughter ] walk ten paces to the roots. then, walk left to the curtain. if you look behind it, your treasure waits for certain. [ audience ohs ] i guess i'll try it out. i have no idea what it was. here we go. let's try this here. walk ten paces to the roots. ten -- i forgot. i think this is ten. [ laughter ] walk left to the curtain. if you look behind it, your
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treasure waits for certain. ♪ [ cheers ] [ laughter ] did i walk in the wrong direction or something? let's try another one here. this one's from yvonne beckerman. "hey, jimmy, whenever i see a supermodel strike poses on the catwalk, i always wonder what they're thinking about. can you finally answer that question for me?" you know, yvonne, i wonder that, too. and i think we can help figure that out tonight. here to show you what supermodels are thinking about on the runway is heidi klum, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> most people would eat salad
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if you called it leafy bacon. ♪ 800-588-2300 empire ♪ i wonder if questlove knows i'm in love with him. [ cheers ] >> questlove: hmm. leafy bacon. [ applause ] >> jimmy: heidi klum right there! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] questlove was thinking about leafy bacon. >> questlove: hmm. leafy bacon. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. still thinking about it. this one's from alana stevens. "hey, jimmy, today is beyonce's 32nd birthday. i think it'd be really nice to see the roots wish her a happy birthday." great. we love beyonce here. she's the best. i think that'd be a nice thing to do. roots, you think you can you
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wish beyonce a happy birthday? >> all: happy birthday, beyonce. we are so proud of you for turning 32-years-old. wow! 32 years old! you did it. you've done so many amazing things, and you're only 32! we can't believe it. [ clearing throats ] 32-years-old. wow. happy birthday, beyonce. love, the roots. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was heartfelt. heartfelt and sweet. let's try one more here from the old suggestion box here. "hey, jimmy, i'm so excited for the nfl season opener tomorrow between the denver broncos and the baltimore ravens." this is exciting. nfl football's back. "i was wondering if you had any way of predicting who's going to win the game." well, rick, you're in luck because it just so happens that
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when it comes to predicting things, we have a secret weapon. and it's puppies. [ cheers and applause ] that's right, ladies and gentlemen. it's time for the "puppy predictor 2013 -- nfl edition." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ puppy predictor >> jimmy: we have nine puppies and two bowls of delicious kibble. one representing the broncos. the other representing the ravens. whichever team's bowl gets the most puppies will win tomorrow night's game -- [ laughter ] that will air here on nbc. you guys ready to meet the puppies? [ cheers and applause ] all right, let's bring them out. ♪ [ cheers ] [ audience aws ] hey, guys. all right. hey, guys. wake up. get ready. it's almost time to go here. all right, very good. all right. [ audience aws ]
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let's -- let's meet our puppies. we have, of course -- fred winston -- ted mooney -- kyle mcadams -- brian mackaby -- roger blain -- brian johnson -- drew jenkins -- lisa armstrong -- and, of course, barry frick. [ laughter and applause ] now, all right, guys. before we release you, i need you to listen up. barry -- barry, stop it. barry -- where's barry? get over here. barry -- let barry through. yeah, there he is. hey, barry. now, listen to me. barry, listen. i want this to be clean. i don't want any wandering, peng or butt sniffing, okay? you got it? barry, focus up! thank you. guys, let barry hear. get off of that. who is that? roger blain? get off poor -- poor roger. thank you. sorry, roger. all right, here we go. 38 red. 38 red. hut hut! ♪ [ audience aws ] come on, guys. you know what to do.
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here we go. oh, oh. looks like -- oh, it's an even game. it's a tight game so far. ravens. no, it's a tight game and two wanderers, guys. [ laughter ] oh, it looks like -- the broncos have it right there! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] they had it -- oh, my god. we have a winner. the denver broncos will win the first nfl game of the year. what a victory! good job, barry. you really earned it. our thanks to our "puppy predictors." and tune in to nbc tomorrow night at 7:30 to watch the ravens take on the broncos. we'll be right back with heidi klum, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] we'll never know if somehow in some way we can affect the outcome of a game. but when the clock's winding down...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight is one of the judges of the runaway hit show, "america's got talent," which airs tuesdays and wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. here on nbc. she also hosts the very popular tv show, "project runway," which you can watch thursdays at 9:00 p.m. over on lifetime. say hello to our pal, heidi klum, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, we love you. we love you. >> i love you, too. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back on -- >> and you still are mad at me because i told you that you looked like dracula. i love it.
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that was such a long time ago. >> jimmy: it's stuck in my -- it's burned in my brain. yeah. >> but you did. see, i was judging already then. >> jimmy: i know. but i was, like, i'll never forget that. but since then, we've gotten to know each other. >> and you have a better make-up color now. it was too pasty. so it was the white face with the collar out. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. it hurts. it hurts. it's like an open wound. please stop pouring lemon juice on it. thank you for doing that bit with us back there. i hope you weren't stuck with that guy twerking in the glitter back there. >> no, i love him. >> jimmy: okay, good. you love him. >> i love him. >> jimmy: yeah, okay, good. >> i love the twerking. >> jimmy: yes, thank you. yes. >> nice package. >> jimmy: yes, nice package. >> nothing. >> jimmy: no, nothing. okay, good. never mind. okay. i wanted to ask you because i know you just recently worked with our pal amy poehler -- who we love so much -- on "parks and recreation." >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did you play on that? >> well, i play a mayor from sweden, and i have to tell you, i was so nervous. you know, because i don't really have to memorize lines, like, on "america's got talent."
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everything is live, and you say what you see. you know, how you feel, how your emotions are. if someone did a good or bad job. when i'm on "project runway," you know, i talk to my designers about fashion. i give them their challenge. so there is never a cue card or prompter or lines that i have to memorize. and then, all of a sudden, they gave me these pages. and i was, like, terrified. you know? i was like -- and action. and i was like -- you know? i got so nervous every time. >> jimmy: full on cindy brady, yeah. just staring into the camera. >> and amy, she's, like, "i don't know my lines either." so she just walks around with her script. >> jimmy: amy poehler? >> yes. >> jimmy: really? >> she didn't. [ laughter ] she's doesn't either. and i'm like -- >> jimmy: she's doesn't need to do it, yeah. >> and she has pages and pages and pages and pages. >> jimmy: yeah, she's the star of the show. >> i'm, like, "you didn't learn all of this before?" and she's, like, "no." so she just -- you know, they walk with you, like, four times. and then, that's when she learned it. i'm, like, you just memorized all of this in the four times that we rehearsed this?" and she's, like, "yeah." it is unbelievable. >> jimmy: did you do well? did you act? >> that i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know.
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>> i don't know if i did well. >> jimmy: i'm sure you did good. i'm sure you did good. i can't wait to see it. >> but it was fun. >> jimmy: i want to see more of you on tv. i can't get enough heidi klum on television. you're on -- you're on two giant shows. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're great on both of them. >> thank you. i'm very lucky. i mean, i feel so lucky that i got this gig. you know, it's awesome. it's only two more weeks. i'm going to be really sad when it's over. you know, we travel all over america and look for all this talent. and have the best seat in the house. and, you know, for two hours, we see these amazing acts. and i love it. >> jimmy: yeah, how do you like -- do you like the live shows at radio city? because that looks like it's exciting. >> it is. it is very exciting. it's not very exciting when you have 5,000 people boo at you when they don't like what you said. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, but you know -- because you have to compare them all. >> jimmy: that usually happens to me on every tuesday night. [ laughter ] i think once a week, they boo me. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> no. but, you know, when i used to do a lot of magazine covers, you don't get that response. >> jimmy: you don't hear nor see that. >> you know, you don't have all of new york going past the newsstands, they're, like, "boo!"
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, that would be odd, yeah, if they did that. >> or if i do "project runway," we don't have an audience, you know? we just film in a room, and that's it. so you never get the feedback. >> jimmy: instant gratification. >> yeah, and so you sit there, and you're, like, "well, i didn't really like that act because --" boo! >> jimmy: boo! get out of here! yeah, yeah. >> like, it was so scary the first time. you get a little used to it, but you don't really want people to, like, dislike you, you know? >> jimmy: of course. but you have to be honest in telling what you like and don't like. >> they're judging you while you're judging. it's so weird. >> jimmy: speaking of the judges. you have howie mandel, who was on the show. we love him. he's great. >> so funny. >> jimmy: mel b i've never met, but i want to meet her now because i like her. >> she's awesome. and people always say we have this beef. i mean, it is so silly how people always make up all these stories. i mean, i couldn't wish for, like, another girl to sit next to me and do this together. we have so much fun. i mean, she is so -- she is just, like -- she's a really cool girl. and then here on this side, i have mr. stern. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. we love -- i mean, we love howard stern. >> it's awesome. it's so much fun! >> jimmy: how's your relationship with howard? we love howard. >> i do love him, too.
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you know, i think he has this really rough outside. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm not talking about his looks. but, i think, like, people -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why, why? why? you're so comfortable. you're so good at it. please, talk about his looks. please. >> no, no! >> jimmy: he's pretty pale. he's a pale man. >> no, because he always talks -- he always talks about his looks. he's, like, "i know i'm not good-looking." and i'm like, stop doing that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, you are a hot guy. he's super intelligent. >> jimmy: he's what? [ laughter ] >> he's super smart. he is! >> jimmy: we drank sake together, and i got none of this out of you. yeah, we were at dinner. wait, so howard -- howard comes on. you tell him he's a hot guy. >> you're a really hot guy. >> jimmy: thank you so much! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you. that's all i needed. >> do you feel better now? >> jimmy: i feel much better. >> okay. >> jimmy: who's going to win this thing? because i have seen some people go through, and i go -- >> i don't know. >> jimmy: really? >> i mean, kenichi. i don't know if you guys saw him last night. >> jimmy: that guy -- that guy's amazing. >> love him. i've never seen anything like this before. yeah, he does, like, "the matrix." and he goes with his head on the floor and back up.
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and he does all these amazing things. i love the kristef brothers. you know, they are kind of -- they're have, like, a balancing act that they do. >> jimmy: what do you do with that? say you win. you win the money. and then what do you do with the balancing act? go balance somewhere? >> they go to vegas. >> jimmy: they go to vegas. >> they go to vegas. >> jimmy: and they get their own show. >> they get their show in vegas. >> jimmy: i think it's going to be the dancer guy. the guy in front of the mirror. last night, it was crazy. he walked in front of a mirror and danced. >> forte, it's the three opera guys. they're awesome. >> jimmy: tell you who i didn't like. >> who did you like? >> jimmy: booty. the booty rap. >> they're trying really hard to, like -- >> jimmy: but their act was just -- they're yelling, "booty, booty, booty, booty." that's all they were yelling. "booty." and i go, "oh, i can't wait for them to be xed out, and i'll never see these guys again." >> aw. >> jimmy: and then, everyone goes, "i thought it was pretty good. i liked them." i'm, like, "you liked that?" and then they made it to the next thing. and i go, "well, let's see what they're doing now." and they come out, and they sing "booty" again. >> you know -- i know. i kind of thought they should have done a different kind of take on "booty." like, a rock -- >> jimmy: like a different body part! >> no! like, make it a rock song. make it a country song. make it a german yodel song. i don't know, something. >> jimmy: a german yodel song?
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>> yeah. [ yodeling off key ] >> jimmy: actually, that would be kind of cool. i would actually like that. >> like, every time they do the "booty" song, just, like, change it up a little bit. >> jimmy: all right. so that's -- that's -- so we have two more weeks of that, which is fun. and you're right down the street, which is great. so say hi to all them. say hi to nick cannon for us. >> i will. >> jimmy: we love that guy. and also we have -- >> oh, did i tell you? you're really hot. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "project runway." >> yeah. >> jimmy: you got my man, tim gunn, on there. we love him. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love him, too. >> jimmy: a lot of critics are saying this is one of the best seasons of "project runway." >> yeah? >> jimmy: and i agree with that. it's think it's really great as well because -- was it two weeks ago or last week where the guy quit the show? >> oh, we had one guy. we've never had that happen before. i was, like, "what is this, 'jerry springer'?"
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>> jimmy: yeah. >> he, like, ran out of, you know, out of parsons, and he ran after the cameraman. and started punching the cameraman. >> jimmy: punching the cameraman. >> because he couldn't handle the stress and he didn't want to be there anymore. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, you don't have to stay there if you don't want to, but you don't have to start punching people. i mean, i was, like -- >> jimmy: auf wiedersehen. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> exactly. >> jimmy: auf wiedersehen. you guys, we want to see more heidi klum on tv. don't miss "america's got talent" right here on nbc. [ cheers and applause ] "project runway," too. she's the greatest. mayor cory booker joins us after the break. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ sponge ] now for the main event. in this corner, the reigning lasagna dish, the big cheese. and in this corner, the best generation of dawn power, platinum! [ bell dings ] here we go! [ female announcer ] dawn platinum power clean's micro-scrubbing enzymes give you the power of an overnight soak in 3 minutes,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a rising political star in his second term as the mayor of newark, new jersey, as well as the democratic nominee for the united states senate on a special election on october 16th.
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please welcome mayor cory booker, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. mayor cory booker. welcome. welcome to our show. we're fascinated by you over here. >> well, i appreciate that. it's great to be here. you have a newarker over there. i don't know if you know raheem is from newark. >> jimmy: oh, i did not know that. really? [ cheers and applause ] >> the man singing tonight. >> jimmy: a newark, new jersey show. >> homegrown. >> jimmy: homegrown. how are you feeling right now? is it hard being -- being mayor and also running for senate? >> yeah, it's -- it's really intense. sleep is something that hasn't happened. i've been up since about 3:00 in the morning dealing with police issues in our city. it's a pace that's unrelenting. >> jimmy: yeah. you seem very, very busy. and i follow you on twitter. but you have -- you tweet a lot. >> i definitely do, but it's an amazing way that you didn't have
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just five years ago to keep in touch with thousands of your residents. i mean, right in your green room, i was talking to a young lady about an issue in the westward of our city. i can crowdsource thousands of people, and now i find out about things before my departmental directors. whether it's a pothole before my engineer, a light -- a traffic light out before my traffic engineers. >> jimmy: you find out through twitter. >> through twitter. it's an incredible way to work in partnership. you know, government is moving towards -- no, he government, but we government where we all can start working together in ways we could never do before to solve issues within our community. and when you have access and transparency to the people that you elect to office, that's only a more positive thing. >> jimmy: and you like to play with people on twitter, too. because i -- there's a lot of people -- are some voters are hard on you on twitter? >> i get -- every day, i get people challenging me, people coming at me. but it's great, because you don't want to live in a bubble. and, you know, during crises, you often get to see the best and most challenging aspects of people. so whether it was hurricane sandy to see the heroism of the residents being able to help each other out. or even the massive snow
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blizzard we just recently had a couple years ago. >> jimmy: yeah, tell me about that. this is a good story. this made me -- made me laugh. some guys -- some kids on twitter. >> yeah, what people don't realize is i will show up at your house. [ laughter ] so -- and, so, you know, i did that in the green room with somebody. i'm going to their house tonight. so, this was a young man who was cussing me out. just cussing me out about not getting his street thoroughly cleaned. and, so, finally, i just said, okay, i'm going to where he is to see what's happening. so, i drive up. his sister and his mom are out there shoveling in the street. he is nowhere to be seen. [ light laughter ] so i walk up to his mother and i say, "are you so-and-so's mother?" and she goes, "yes." "well, first of all, i want to show you that your son is using incredibly vulgar language with the mayor of the city." [ laughter ] so i called him out. and then i -- >> jimmy: where is he? >> i said exactly that. i said, "you're out working. where the heck is he?" upstairs playing video games, so -- so, it really creates accountability on both sides. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i get to hold people accountable. they get to hold me accountable. and, more importantly, you know,
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politics have become too divisive. too much about separation. we need to understand that the lines that divide us are nowhere as strong as the ties that bind us. and when we all get together -- whether it's over social media, whether it's in politics, whether it's in our community, our neighborhood watch -- we become so much stronger as a people. and that's what social media is good for as a tool for me. >> jimmy: well, because, like, governor christie, who we love on the show -- and i -- yeah. we -- i love governor christie. we make -- we love governor christie. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i was worried i was going to come on, and he would be "slow jamming the news." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, no, yeah. he's a great guy and a smart guy, and he's a good sport. he once tweeted at me. and he said "really, fallon? you going to make fun of me again in the monologue? >> yes. >> jimmy: are you guys -- >> get new material. >> jimmy: yeah, he goes, "you need more material." you know what needs more material? your suits. [ audience ohs ] >> terrible. terrible. >> jimmy: he goes, "i'm not tweeting you anymore." >> terrible. terrible. >> jimmy: i'm a mean -- i'm a mean man.
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>> look, but this is a good point about america. look, i disagree with the governor on a ton of policy issues. it's why i'm supporting barbara buono. but he and i had a decision to make. he's the governor of the state. he's a republican. i'm a democrat of the largest city. we could have just sat back in our partisan positions and thrown molotov cocktails at each other, metaphorically. or we could have done what we decided to do. look, we disagree on most things, but let's find common ground, work together to improve our city. [ cheers and applause ] and that's what's been great about him and my relationship. and we're so different. i mean, this guy -- this guy likes the jets. i'm a giants fan. this guy likes raw meat. i'm a vegetarian. [ laughter ] he is losing weight, and i am gaining weight. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is pretty good, yeah. but he is. he's a good guy. as you said, he is a jets fan. >> he's a jets fan. >> jimmy: me, too. i'm a jets fan. [ cheers and applause ] >> you're a jets fan? really? >> jimmy: yeah, i have to admit it. i have to admit it. you're a giants fan. >> i respect the jets, but i love the giants. [ cheers and applause ] love the giants. >> jimmy: i root the for the giants, too. if the jets -- if the jets can't make it, i'll root for the giants. as long as new york gets -- gets close. but you were actually close to -- you were a really good football player.
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>> the older i get, the better i was, so you have to -- you have to -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a great line. that's a great line. >> you have to take everything with a grain of salt. but i was high school all-american. i got a football scholarship to play football at stanford. >> jimmy: did you really? >> yes. yes. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and then -- you go -- i'm out of -- >> well, as much as i would like to say that i gave up a lucrative nfl career to go into service, the reality is -- is i -- you know, i got -- football was my ticket, but it was not my destination. it got me to college. i always say i got into stanford because of a 4.0. 4.0 yards per carry. [ laughter ] and -- and -- and it was a wonderful way to open up opportunities for me. and, so, i left that behind, and now i get to make up great stories about my football exploits. >> jimmy: well, it's nice -- hey, october's going to be a really exciting month for you and for us. thank you so much for coming on our show. we appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] mayor cory booker right there. julie ruin will perform when we get back. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ ♪ they love the way i walk cuz i walk with a vengeance i can be bad if i want i can go slow all night long i'm a grown woman ♪ ♪ beyoncé: embrace your past, but live for now. ♪ now betcha i run this cuz i put it... ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are led by rock icon kathleen hanna, formerly of the bands bikini kill and le tigre.
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yesterday, she released her first new music in nine years with the album, "run fast." performing the song, "oh come on," please welcome the julie ruin. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ say it on the street on the lawn on the dial make it super sweet but still versatile ♪ ♪ brass buttons on like you're going to your trial say it on the beat in the new girl style ♪ ♪ represent oh oh every day is brand new ♪
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♪ shake it on the stairs in the air on the town oh come on ♪ ♪ make it popular but still say it with a pout oh come on ♪ ♪ all your words in the deepest ocean oh come on ♪ ♪ cover all your wounds with calamine lotion oh come on ♪ ♪ everything is right now everybody needs you ♪ ♪ ♪ first you walk and then you dare to talk in studied half remarks that never die ♪ ♪ get in the car now ♪ then you face a fancy knife embrace why can't you get away you didn't try ♪ ♪ get in the car now everybody says so ♪
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♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on oh come on oh come on oh come on ♪ ♪ oh come on [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the julie ruin! pick up their new album, "run fast." see them live thursday in philadelphia, saturday in washington, d.c. we'll be right back, everybody. oh, come on! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to heidi klum, mayor cory booker, the julie ruin, raheem devaughn and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody, right there! stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow! buh-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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