If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Selena Gomez showed off her dubsmash talent Wednesday night on "The Tonight Show," and it turns out she does a MEAN Liam Neeson from "Taken." That cute face can get scary fast. Oh, and Selena also kindly checked the studio for ghosts using her funky ghost app.
Vin Diesel is such a softie. He was also on "Tonight" and showed off the most adorable photo of his baby daughter. He said his 7-year-old daughter sends him adorable texts on set. Everything is adorable!
Still on "Tonight," Fallon broke out his perfect Trump impression to watch the "huuuuuuuuuugely boring" Democratic debate with Ben Carson (David Alan Grier). This is genuinely hilarious:
Nathan Fillion insists he's not much of a prankster, but while having work done on his house recently, he had some contractors around and one of them kept whistling "Pop Goes the Weasel." Nathan decided this was too good to resist so, when the guys were at lunch, he hid in his own closet and waited. when the guy returned, Nathan popped out and yelled "Pop goes the weasel!" But it turns out the guy had some kind of nervous condition and the next time Nathan saw him he was missing most of the hair off of his left eyebrow, apparently from stress. (!) Poor guy. But good prank!
Jimmy Kimmel also noted that Nathan's "Halo 5" character is slightly more handsome than Nathan is in real life. You're still pretty, man!
Stephen Colbert noticed the problem many candidates have had in that they want to use famous songs to promote their campaigns, but then the musicians blast the candidates for using those songs without permission or endorsement. So Colbert and Jack Black teamed up to sing a new political anthem free for any candidate to pick up. It's appropriately generic and catchy. That's "My Kind of America"! Kate Winslet keeps her Oscar statue in her bathroom and she explained to Seth Meyers exactly why it's in there and what she expects people do with it. She times people so she can tell how long their fake speech might be. Better finish quick before the music rushes you off, Leo!
Colin Hanks, Juliette Lewis, and Matthew Fox shared the couch on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," and when they weren't discussing their first albums, they were listening to Juliette explain her underpants problems -- as highlighted in a paparazzi photo that caught her adjusting herself.
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