Taraji P. Henson and Jimmy Fallon

Tonight Show

On Monday night, Josh Groban sang Donald Trump tweets. Tuesday night, Kelly Clarkson sang real Tinder profiles on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The original "American Idol" winner can sing the heck out of anything, and she really SOLD those wacky profiles. (Go for the girl who loves her hairless cat, baking cookies, and smoking blunts!)

Over on "The Tonight Show," Taraji P. Henson and Jimmy Fallon played a crazy game of "Fast Family Feud." The "Empire" star got a little buzzer-happy -- she was happy in general and very energetic. LOVE her answers. And remember, hide the drugs when guests come over! (Someone tell that Tinder girl who loves smoking blunts.)

Johnny Knoxville talked to Jimmy Kimmel about his buddy Steve-O's recent arrest and shared some Evel Knievel stories.

Jimmy asked random kids what their parents do at work. 'Cause do they really know?

"Orange Is the New Black" star Uzo Aduba told Conan O'Brien about her awkward marathon fan encounter. She was in the middle of running the NY Marathon -- actually around mile 17 -- when a fellow runner came up to her to say he recognized her and wanted a quick selfie. The guy snapped the photo before she could even say anything, then ran off. So rude!

"Friends" alum Lisa Kudrow was on "Conan" to discuss her Emmy-nominated show, "The Comeback," which she revived after nine years. She also revealed the origin of character's name, Valerie Cherish.

"Conan" also showed off "translated" foreign movie posters. Funny stuff:

Zac Efron, who was on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday night, was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" last night and explained what he's doing in the "Baywatch" reboot. Seth also read off a poem Zac's younger brother wrote about him. Very cute.

Patrick Stewart, Anthony Davis, and Morrissey were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and here's Sir Patrick -- who kissed Conan last night -- putting on a magic show with James. Patrick Stewart is seriously one of the best late night guests ever.

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