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JIMMY FALLON RUMORS & GOSSIP

"I think A-Rod hates me." Jimmy Fallon recounts his beer-chugging experience at Yankee Stadium

Of course, considering Fallon's involvement in the anti-Yankee movie "Fever Pitch," this is like General Sherman returning to Atlanta.

Video: Jimmy Fallon got totally scared by a foul ball at Yankees game

mlb.com Jimmy Fallon got as scared as anyone has ever gotten when a foul ball came at him during Thursday’s Yankees game.  Sitting in the expensive seats, sipping chugging a beer, Fallon appeared to have lost control of all bodily functions.  Keep in mind, he was sitting behind the screen. My recommendation to Jimmy is to hop in a suite next time, maybe bring a helmet and face...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon chugs beer to make up for being scared of foul ball (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Jimmy Fallon committed the cardinal sin of ducking when a fall ball came his way while he was sitting behind home plate at the New York Yankees game on Thursday night. Like all other spectators behind the plate, the late night talk show host was protected by a net....Read More
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Sitting 1st row at the Yankees game, that clown Jimmy Fallon pretended to get hit by a foul ball

Sitting 1st row at the Yankees game, that clown Jimmy Fallon pretended to get hit by a foul ball. Don't worry, @jimmyfallon. There's a net there. http://t.co/OvBa0Rr9mz pic.twitter.com/Jp63oKmYun— Cut4 (@Cut4) April 10, 2015When it happened again, he chugged a beer. That's just great stuff.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon Delivers Hilarious Superlatives for NHL Playoff Players

With the NHL regular season wrapping up, everyone has begun turning their attention to the always-thrilling Stanley Cup Playoffs that begin next week. The year’s quest toward the Cup features a ton of interesting storylines, phenomenal potential team and individual matchups, and a whole lot of star power. Before the playoffs start, The Tonight Show Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon Has Puppies Predict The Final Four Outcome

Do you want to know who’s going to win the NCAA basketball tournament? Here’s one way to find out: have a bunch of adorable puppies decide who they like. On Tuesday’s Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon set out four bowls of food representing each of the four teams left in the NCAA basketball tournament. Then, he unleashed... The post Jimmy Fallon Has Puppies Predict The Final...
Via The Garbage Time
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Is Going To Win The National Title, According To Jimmy Fallon’s Puppies

It’s official – the Michigan State Spartans are going to win the NCAA title next Monday. Well, at least according to a bunch of ridiculously cute puppies. Tuesday night, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon renewed one of its more popular clips, airing a March Madness version of its “Puppies Predict” segment. Kentucky and Wisconsin each had one puppy eating from their bowl...
Via College Spun
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon uses puppies to predict National Champion (VIDEO)

The Tonight Show video Let’s get a few things straight. 1. I think Jimmy Fallon is one of the funnier people around.  2. I’m not sure anyone out there enjoys being around dogs as much as I do.  3. Jimmy Fallon + dogs (puppies) is something right up my alley. It’s even better when they incorporate basketball. 4. Said puppies “predict” that Michigan State will be crowned...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon, The Roots Cheer Up Crying Villanova Piccolo Player (Video)

It pays to be caught crying on national television while playing a wind instrument. No, really. Roxanne Chalifoux, who might be better known as “Crying Piccolo Girl,” became all sorts of Internet famous when her beloved Villanova Wildcats were upset by NC State in the Round of 32 over the weekend. Cameras caught the Nova piccolo player playing through her tears following the...
Via NESN.com
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon’s Superlatives tackle NBA All-Stars

It’s time for another sports-themed version of Jimmy Fallon’s Superlatives segment. This edition focuses on NBA All-Stars. Poor Carmelo. I didn’t even know he was an All-Star, and all that does is open him and the Knicks up for even more criticism. Oh well. The post Jimmy Fallon’s Superlatives tackle NBA All-Stars appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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February 12, 2015  |  Discuss
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