LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON, NBC
Justin Timberlake continued his week-long stint on NBC's LATE NIGHT WITH Jimmy Fallon, joining the host in a skit about two campers having a bit of trouble sleeping at summer camp...in 1983.
After passing on the idea of telling ghost stories or sneaking into the girls' cabin to steal their underpants, Fallon suggests they sing a tune they heard on the radio earlier that day. "Oh, you mean 'Africa' by Toto," Timberlake offers, "I love that song. But let's try and keep it down. It's after lights out." While starting off quietly, the duo eventually turn up the volume, singing the song at the top of their lungs! Check out the skit below!
About LATE NIGHT WITH Jimmy Fallon:
Since its broadcast debut on March 2, 2009, "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" has created a huge online presence for itself with many of its popular segments, celebrity sketches and musical performances becoming viral hits. "Late Night" guests come to Fallon's studio 6B ready to play. Memorable moments include Fallon dressed as Neil Young in a parody of pop hit "Whip My Hair" with Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake joining Fallon for a musical melody through the "History of Rap," and Fallon and Paul McCartney singing a duet of "Yesterday" with the original lyrics in a performance of "Scrambled Eggs."
Popular serialized "Late Night" segments include "Real Housewives of Late Night" and "Jersey Floor," which spoofs present day reality TV sensations. "Robert Is Bothered" and "Reflections of Justin Bieber" are other notable fan favorites, in addition to audience participation bits like "Models and Buckets," "Competitive Spit-Takes," and "Freestyling with The Roots."
"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" is produced by Universal Television and Broadway Video. Lorne Michaels is the executive producer. Michael Shoemaker produces. Gavin Purcell is the supervising producer.