April Fool’s Day turned into awkward Friday when Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon ditched the TV mischief of all TV pranks by switching up late-night TV shows!
It was a sight to behold while walking the set of Fallen Jimmy Kimmel Live! In Hollywood and introduced himself as Jimmy when a huge crowd cheered him on.
Referring to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars last Sunday, Fallon quipped, “I’ve switched places with Jimmy Kimmel, although the surprises you saw on ABC this week are far from over.” ” Fallon said, “It’s really weird for me to be here. I feel like someone opened a late night multiverse!”
Over in New York City, Kimmel Helmed The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, where the L.A. host asked viewers to raise their hands if they were disappointed to see a different Jimmy hosting the NBC show.
During his opening monologue, Kimmel even made fun of Smith’s Oscar slap and began the story by telling viewers about a crazy story that happened in LA last week. The crowd laughed before Kimmel intervened, “Do you understand what’s going on now? You see what day it is? Or maybe, I don’t know, April Fools everybody!”
He later asked the audience, “Show hands, how many of you are disappointed, let’s be honest. Well, how many are there? Very Disappointed be honest. And how come any of you are thinking, ‘Oh my god Jimmy Fallon looks terrible. I hope he’s not sick.’ We pulled out the old Switcheroo.”
It’s safe both viewers loved the hilarious prank, which Fallon revealed took two years in the making, but had to be put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Kimmel said the operation was so secret, The Roots, Fallon’s house band, didn’t even know about the prank until the day it was all revealed. The late night hosts later checked each other in live.
Fallon interviewed Justin Timberlake, who wrote “I.” was spray painted [heart] Matt Damon” at Kimmel’s desk. They also took part in Kimmel’s popular “Celebrity Mean Tweets” segment, but with a softer twist – reading “sweet tweets” about each other.
Kimmel interviewed Hugh Jackman, and the two attended a tonight show The game staple is called “Box of Lies.” The Red Hot Chili Peppers, who were recently honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and have just released their 12th studio album unlimited loveServed as the musical guest for both shows.
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