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want to share some breaking news out of los angeles. a southwest flight number 1516 that left from san jose made an emergency landing at lax a short time ago. the pilot saw the heat sensor light which may indicate fire in the cargo hold. the plane was clear, they didn't find any issues, it took off and just landed a few moments ago with no problems. >> that's good news. and our reminder, our next news cast at in the morn pg. for >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his
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guests -- first lady michelle obama, matthew morrison, musical guest, the smashing pumpkins, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: first! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a hot crowd right there tonight! welcome. [ cheers and applause ] you know it's a good show tonight. this is the show to be at. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you very much for being here. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. you can feel the excitement. that's right.
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we have first lady michelle obama on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] wow. as you'd expect, security's been pretty tight. on my way in i got like five pat-downs, and that was just from joe biden. [ laughter ] and i was like, no i -- >> steve: handsy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we actually had to tape earlier than usual today. not because of the first lady's schedule, but so the secret service could make it to happy hour. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so it's very good. everyone ends up having a good time. >> steve: hey-oh! [ applause ] >> jimmy: we're not allowed to put them on camera, but i can see five of the secret service and -- [ laughter ] they're not laughing. they're not laughing. not laughing. if you could only see what i see right now, it's really funny. [ laughter ] oh, my goodness. >> steve: extra pat-downs for you. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, this is
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great. [ laughter ] let's get to some news. you see them too, right? >> steve: yeah, cavity search. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i know, right. i'm not going to make it out of here tonight. [ laughter ] let's get to some news here. according to a new survey, almost half of the voters in ohio, florida and pennsylvania say that they do not trust hillary clinton. which got even worse when hillary appeared behind them and went, "you shouldn't." [ laughter and applause ] no, that's right. almost half of voters in ohio, florida and pennsylvania don't trust hillary clinton. republicans immediately got together and said, "okay, this is a huge opportunity for us. how are we going to screw it up?" [ laughter and applause ] i need ideas, people! i need ideas! [ applause ] and in an interview this week, vermont senator bernie sanders discussed the 2016 election. and said that, if he ran, he could beat hillary clinton. i don't know about elections, but i do know it would be pretty awesome if we elected a a guy named bernie. [ laughter and applause ] wave at them, bernie!
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you're a party animal, bernie! [ laughter ] let's do the limbo, bernie! ♪ every limbo boy and girl all around the limbo world gonna do the limbo rock all around the limbo clock ♪ ♪ jack be nimble jack be quick jack go under limbo stick ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. >> steve: it's going to be okay. >> jimmy: thank you. he's the best limboer! i've never seen anyone get that low! bernie, you're awesome! [ light laughter ] some international news. yesterday john boehner met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in jerusalem, saying the bonds between the u.s. and israel are as strong as ever. and i believe it after watching their press conference. take a look at this. >> mr. speaker, john. it's great to see you again. ♪ oh, my love my darling ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, and big scandal here. yesterday new jersey senator bob menendez was charged with conspiracy, fraud and accepting bribes. or as that's known in jersey, the triple crown. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: this guy's good over here. you kiddin' me? hey, this is for you. come here a minutes. [ laughter ] nobody saw nothing. nobody saw nothing. [ laughter ] just hand it to me. this is more obvious than anything. [ laughter ] what are you doing? give me that lobster claw? what's going on? [ jersey accent ] nobody knows anything about nothing. [ laughter ] get over here. now get outta here. [ laughter ] get over here over here. get outta here! [ laughter ] what are you doing over here? don't worry about it. [ laughter ] that's right. new jersey senator bob menendez
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was indicted on corruption charges yesterday when he was accused of accepting donations and expensive gifts from a a florida eye doctor in exchange for political favors. [ laughter ] here's what senator menendez had to say about it. he said, i'd like to set the record straight about these baseless accusations about me and dr. melgen. i never once accepted a single inappropriate gift from him. [ laughter ] our relationship had nothing to do with him being an eye doctor and me being a senator. now i'm going to go home to my wife and ask her to hold me closer, tiny dancer. [ laughter and applause ] of course, another big controversy is indiana's new religious freedom law. after it was just signed, a a place called memories pizza announced that they would not provide any pizza for gay weddings. [ audience booing ] gay guys were like, "we wouldn't serve pizza at our wedding anyway." what are you saying?
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[ laughter and applause ] pizza? >> steve: eat some pizza. >> jimmy: then straight guys were like, i got a great idea, honey, hey! let's get a couple of zas for the big day! hey! don't worry about it! all right, i got the pizza! [ laughter ] just say i do. let's get to that za! smelling pretty good over here! [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: you didn't see nothing. [ laughter ] what do you mean i didn't see anything? and did you see this here? a man in indiana is actually using the law to start something called the church of cannabis. and this is real. check this guy out. >> during that time we would investigate getting hemp legal in our state as a building material. and we would build the first t-hemp-l. that is "t" dash hemp dash "l". [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: of course. of course it is.
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in fairness, though -- in fairness, no one is higher than god. you know what i mean? right? am i right? [ laughter and applause ] that's a good bumper sticker. >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: some music news. this week darius rucker -- we love darius rucker. he said that hootie and the blowfish plans to eventually reunite. [ cheers and applause ] love that. a lot of people were curious to know what the other members of hootie and the blowfish thought about a potential reunion. let's take a look. this member said, "oh, i'm actually not in hootie and the blowfish." [ laughter ] this member said, "i'm not in hootie and the blowfish either. i know i look like someone who would be. but, trust me, i'm not a a blowfish." then this member said, "yep, same here. not one of the blowfish. maybe next time you do your research before you just go up to people with guitars and assume that they're in hootie and the blowfish." and then this member said, "there we go. yes, i am in hootie and the blowfish and i would be very excited at a potential reunion." and then he added, "just
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kidding. i'm not in hootie and the blowfish." [ laughter ] april fools joke. >> steve: yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: wasting my time. and finally, this video is going viral. did you see this teacher? a high school physics teacher was doing a demonstration -- some people have seen it. yeah, yeah. a high school physics teacher was doing a demonstration on the distribution of force. okay, but i'm not sure what the lesson was supposed to be here. he's got a cinder block in his chest and -- let's just watch. >> one. two. three. [ audience oohs ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i made the secret service laugh! i made the secret service laugh! we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: they're having a good time now. thank for that. thank you for being here, everybody. oh, man, it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night the very funny ricky gervais will be here. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to get into a funny face-off. we asked parents to send their kids in -- videos of their kids doing their funniest face. we're going to try to imitate. that'll be funny. also from "furious 7" jordana brewster will be stopping by. and we have thank you notes. that'll be tomorrow night. that'll be good. but first we have a giant show tonight. it is always a great day when this person comes to visit. here to talk about the five-year anniversary of the let's move initiative, and possibly to show off some new dance moves -- [ audience ohs ] >> steve: woo! >> jimmy: the first lady of the united states, michelle obama is back on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she couldn't be nicer. we're honored to have her here. from the big new broadway musical, "finding neverland," matthew morrison is here. >> steve: oh!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: started on broadway. went to "glee." now "glee" is finished, he's back on broadway. we'll talk about this. this is really good stuff. and we have music from -- oh, my pals -- smashing pumpkins are here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] billy corgan in the house! smashing pumpkins! i sound like regis. [ regis philbin impression ] smashing pumpkins is here! [ laughter ] billy corgan and the smashing pumpkins are here! [ laughter ] you're a pumpkin. he's a pumpkin. there's like four or five pumpkins getting ready to be smashed. are they smashing pumpkins? they will not be -- no one's even smashing any pumpkins! billy corgan's here! he won't even smash a pumpkin! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he thought it was gallagher. >> jimmy: it is time for "tonight show hashtags." here we go. ♪ hashtags
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hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: hey! [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. are you guys on twitter? you guys are on twitter, right? [ cheers and applause ] it's fun. well, we use twitter on our show every single week. if you watch our show and want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday, where i send out a hashtag. we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. but since yesterday was april fools day, i went on twitter and started a hashtag called "best prank ever." i asked you guys to tweet out a a funny or embarrassing prank that you or someone you know pulled. we got thousands of tweets. within 20 minutes it was a a trending topic in the united states. [ cheers and applause ] so thank you so much for those tweets. i appreciate it. now thought i'd share some of my favorite "best prank ever" tweets from you guys. here we go. first one's from @baseballjedi. she says, "my husband's high school class released three pigs into their school. they marked them one, two, and four." [ laughter ] we're missing the third one.
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number three's somewhere around the -- don't worry about it, all right. nothing's going on. [ laughter ] you never saw no pig. all right, you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] this one's from @mcarthur123. she says, "my mom waited behind the front door. when the mailman put a letter through the door, she grabbed his hand." [ laughter ] >> steve: always a good one. >> jimmy: this one's from @gimsolittle. she says, "my mom put a new mirror in the closet. my dad walked in, thought it was an intruder, and smash-kicked it, shattering it everywhere." [ laughter ] this one's from @davidbastable. he says, "i stole all my buddy's forks and mailed them back to him individually with a a photo of each fork stuck a a different food." [ laughter ] that's not really a prank. >> steve: that's not really a a prank. that's more like you need help. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. i think i saw this on "dateline." like, then he got a fork. >> steve: it was a human human. >> jimmy: with a human head.
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this one is from @mojiboo. >> steve: aw. >> jimmy: i like moji boo. >> steve: love moji boo. >> jimmy: she says, "i added green food coloring to the scope bottle my boss used between every client. his veneers turned green." there you go. [ laughter ] that's a good one, man. that's one that i could totally do. yeah, that's good. this one's from @sweetshoop. she says, "told my dad that after i borrowed his car i noticed there was a big chip in the windshield. when he went out there, there was a dorito in it." [ laughter ] come on, that's good. >> steve: that's cute. nobody gets hurt. >> jimmy: i know. this one's from @kaysiaemerald. she says, "told my little sister the fraggles lived in our floor vent. she talked through the vent. i'd answer through the vent downstairs." [ audience aws ] that's cute. >> steve: she's the one who put the fork in all the stuff. >> jimmy: no, no, no. this one's from @baconluv87. [ laughter ] i love bacon, yeah. yeah. they released 87 pigs in the
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high school -- [ laughter ] baconluv87. he says, "my grandma put a a piece of cloth in between each of my grandpa's pancakes so he couldn't cut through them." [ laughter ] that's cruel. that's cruel. >> steve: a piece of cloth? >> jimmy: a piece of cloth. probably like a pillowcase or something. >> steve: gingham? corduroy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's from @oilsearcher2. he says, "at a three-lane stoplight pal and i would pull up along either side of a car and slowly go in reverse to make the middle car think they were rolling forward." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that's a good one. >> jimmy: yeah. [ applause ] bernie's driving the car! hey, bernie! [ laughter ] [ honk sound ] this one's from @dldnh. he says, "our whole office changed our ringtones to match
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my boss'. whenever he left his desk, we would call each other, and he'd run back to his phone." very popular today! [ laughter ] oh, hello? >> steve: hello. >> jimmy: oh, hello. must be very important today. >> steve: you don't say. >> jimmy: hello? yes, you don't say? you don't say? >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: you don't say? >> steve: who was it? >> jimmy: he didn't say. [ laughter ] an old one, but i had to do it. yeah, yeah. >> steve: an oldie but a a goldie. >> jimmy: an oldie but a good one. >> steve: sitting right there. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. this last one's from @fivesecondsofamy. she says, "i added a keyboard shortcut on my mom's phone so when she wrote "no" it changed to the entire gettysburg address." [ laughter and applause ] that's the one to do right there. there you have it. those are "tonight show hashtags." to check out more of our favorites go to stick around. we'll be right back with the first lady, michelle obama!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are so fortunate to have gotten to know our next guest. she's so smart and positive and a great role model for all of us. tonight we'll be talking about the five-year anniversary of her let's move initiative as well as the #giveme5challenge. please welcome back to the show the first lady of the united states of america, michelle obama. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we love you. they love you. oh, my goodness. thank you so much for coming to visit us. >> you just like for me to be silly. >> jimmy: no, i do -- i do. we always have fun. we always do something fun.
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>> and you look so cute in your little talbots outfit. >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> isn't he a cute mom? he's so cute. >> jimmy: oh thank you. we were rehearsing today. and the first lady walked in and i said hello. she goes, you go, "there she is." [ laughter ] >> right. hey, girl! hey, girl, how you been? >> jimmy: there she is. well, thank you for doing that. gosh, it's always the best. >> oh my, thank you. >> jimmy: we always so much fun. and you brought the great weather with you. you brought spring. >> yes! >> jimmy: thank you for bringing spring! i've been waiting! >> i'm getting full credit for that. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i've been waiting for it to get good weather. >> i know. it's been a long winter. >> jimmy: it was a long winter, yes. >> it really has. >> jimmy: you must love spring because i know you love the
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gardens. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you do vegetables and also sleeveless dresses. >> sleeveless, yeah. >> jimmy: you go sleeveless. you've got the arms. >> it's time. if i had known, i would've -- >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. >> but you look good in a a sleeveless top. anybody who can rock a j. crew sweater like you can -- >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. [ laughter ] that's a good -- yeah. >> i think you can do sleeveless. >> jimmy: everyone asked last time you were here -- they were like, "who was she wearing?" oh, my god, what was the first lady wearing? where can i get that? is that specially made for her? i'm like -- and we asked. and it was j. crew. >> yeah, yeah. it's regular stuff. >> jimmy: today are you wearing also j. crew? >> i think. i didn't check. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah. i wouldn't know either. >> that's one of my favorite tops that i wear. >> jimmy: i never know what i'm wearing either. [ laughter ] gucci. no, i have no idea. [ laughter ] and you can dance. you love music. i know that. where would the first la listen to music? i always fe a t anymore. >> n i h earphones i'm always listening to music. i mean, that's the way i kind of settle myself. unlike you. i hear you just blast your music all over. yeah, when you hear it, yeah. when you hear whatever i was playing. it could be anything.
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it's more like the wiggles at my house. >> oh yeah, you're in that stage. >> jimmy: i have two litt >> well now, where my kids are me to music. and they're like, "you don't want to hear this, mo [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like you. >> well, what are you doi listening to it >> j >> like, "oh listen." >> every kid did that growin up. hiding stu gosh. i remember my dad would pl these -- you know, i'd listen to comedy records. obviously. but my dad would take a -- this is when records existed. vinyl. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: google it. yeah, exactly. >> way back in the day >> jimmy: go you'll find out what vinyl is. >> way back. >> jimmy: my dad would a key and scratch o words. >> really? could you do messing up the >> jimmy: oh, no. i never understood any of the jokes. [ laughter ] but that's why my monologue is the way it is. yeah, y >> your comedy was all garbled. >> jimmy: i tell you next thing i know i was -- so like i was saying, i was walking -- i go, "long setups." >> that explains everything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. yes, thank you. [ applause ] but you have two girls. i'm loving it so far. >> you've got little babies. >> jimmy: yes. i have a year and seven months and five months. >> you're still in the good stages. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i hear it gets trickier the
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older they get. >> they still like you now. so hold on to that. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. are you the good cop or the bad cop in the parents? >> we're both pretty equal. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's the one thing i love about my husband. even though he still travels, he comes in, he can enforce. he can -- you know. but the other day, the girls were trying to clue him in to what a group chat was on text. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: already this is making me laugh. i wish i had video of this. >> he didn't know. so we're sitting around the dinner table and they all kind of looked at him. and, you know, malia said, "oh, dad, you're so detached." so enjoy this time. >> jimmy: yeah, right now we're at the same kind of brain waves, me and the 1 and 7-year-old. yeah. we're both watching tv going, "that's a red square." [ laughter ] don't turn it off, honey! that's a red square! that's my favorite episode. [ laughter ] and i'm trying to put vegetables -- sneak vegetables into everything. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but there's a sneaky
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way to do it, like you put it in brownies. but then i've got to make brownies. i don't want to do that. i go, "that's broccoli. just eat broccoli." >> yeah, that's what we did. >> jimmy: don't make pe put it in a cookie or something. >> one thing i did with my kids, it was basic. it was like, if you don't eat your vegetables, you can't have a treat. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and if you said you were full, you can leave your food, but you can't come back later and ask for more food. >> jimmy: see. >> so a couple days of starvation -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they get the point. >> then they're like, "give me that broccoli!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: broccoli, table, let's go! >> they're crawling to the dinner table. >> jimmy: they're licking ice cream cone. oh, this is the best ice cream. thanks, mom. >> they'll eat anything. three, four days of starvation. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: fruits and vegetables. you have a new initiative, fnv. >> fnv. >> jimmy: basically saying you should have more healthy snack choices. >> yeah. and it's making vegetables and fruits fun. i mean, you know, fast food
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folks, candy, they market to kids. now vegetables and fruits are marketing. we've got some really cool celebrities who've signed on to the campaign. >> jimmy: i saw this. you've got our pal jessica alba, kristen bell. you got cam newton. >> yeah. >> jimmy: john cena, steph curry. all obviously great people. nice people. >> and it's real funky, fun. it engages kids in a great way. so this is the next level of really trying to help families make healthier choices. >> jimmy: you're doing so many great things. >> happy birthday, let's move! >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. more with first lady michelle obama after the break. stick around, everybody. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this allergy season,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey welcome back, everybody. we're here with a very special guest. our first lady, michelle obama. once again. [ cheers and applause ] thank you again. i think we first met, i think it was before the "let's move" campaign, wasn't it? >> yeah, it was -- >> jimmy: or was it the
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veterans, i did an event. >> it was the fourth of july. >> jimmy: it was fourth of july. >> yeah. you wore a suit and it was so hot. >> jimmy: i wore a three-piece suit. >> and barack was like, "where are you going, man?" [ laughter ] why are you all in a suit? it was like 100 degrees outside. >> jimmy: i was meeting you. i was meeting you and the president. >> you did. you looked like that too. >> jimmy: i came up, i was all sweaty. hello, mr. president. and he goes, "didn't you get the memo? it's a barbecue." [ laughter ] >> that was your barack obama? >> jimmy: yeah. was it good? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. if you close your eyes, you'd think he was sitting here. hello, hello michelle. i'm here. [ laughter ] >> it's close. >> jimmy: close. so "let's move" now. five years later. and the numbers speak for themselves. childhood obesity, numbers are down. >> well, we're starting to see they're not increasing. and the rates among our youngest are starting to decline. so, we've started to shift the culture.
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i mean, you guys see it around. fast food chains, they're replacing french fries and sodas. >> jimmy: with apples and stuff like that. >> apple slices. it's just giving families more choices. the school lunches have improved for the first time in 30 years. >> jimmy: yeah. >> kids are -- [ applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: i remember that growing up. i'm so happy that's changing. for my daughters. >> so it's really just -- i'm just proud of the fact that people are sort of catching on to the cultural shift. and the market will follow. because if we demand healthier products for our families, the companies will provide it. so we're making this a movement and the "gimme five" initiative is the campaign we're doing, is to celebrate the fifth anniversary. >> jimmy: yeah, "gimme five." >> so we're challenging people. >> jimmy: yes, so you challenged me to give you five mom dances. >> right. >> jimmy: and -- >> you did it. >> jimmy: thank you. yeah, i guess some really good ones. so now i have to give the challenge. >> you have to make a --
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>> jimmy: make a challenge. >> pass it on. >> jimmy: so i'm challenging every mom out there to give me at least one mom dance. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and put it up on -- put it out online on vine, whatever. hashtag it mom dance. #gimmefive. >> #gimmefive. >> jimmy: and let's see it trending tonight or tomorrow. let's do that. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to talk about this. it's happening this sunday, i believe. the white house -- >> it's monday. >> jimmy: monday. >> the easter egg roll. >> jimmy: the easter egg roll. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i always of course thought it was the easter egg roll. which is not -- which is a totally different thing. egg roll. it comes in a giant egg roll, everyone eats an egg roll. >> egg roll. >> jimmy: what? because it's also involved with "let's move" and i'm thinking to myself how much movement goes on -- what even is an egg roll? >> what is an egg roll? yeah. >> jimmy: it's not an easter egg hunt, correct? >> no, it's not a hunt. it's an actual roll. it's part of white house tradition. this is actually the largest event that we do outside on the south lawn. 35,000 guests come through, and it's really kids. it's fun. we themed it after "gimme five." so there's going to be a lot of
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activity and cooking sessions. but there's an actual roll. so little kids have a spoon. this is tradition. so don't ask me why. it's a wooden spoon. and they start at the beginning line and they push an egg to the finish line. they're running. they're -- >> jimmy: currently airing on espn 4. [ laughter ] the children's rolling of the eggs. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know what i think would be fun? if you want to try this. you do an egg rollette is what i call it. >> okay. >> jimmy: and you dye the pretty pastel colors. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: all non-toxic, healthy. >> okay. good. >> jimmy: 12 eggs. a dozen eggs. you hard boil 10 of them -- or eight of them. and four are raw. >> okay. >> jimmy: and then one at a a time, you and the president smash them on your head. whoever smashes two raw eggs loses. >> yeah. that sounds good. [ laughter ] i thought you were going to tell me -- >> jimmy: come on, michelle.
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you can do it. i think we should do it. >> we can do it. i thought you were going to tell me to smash them on a a kid's head. >> jimmy: no, no, no, no. >> which wouldn't be such a a good look for the president smashing a raw egg on the head of a 3-year-old. >> jimmy: but jimmy fallon can do it. you can fly me over. i can do it. i don't care. just tell a kid go wash his hair. yeah, exactly. >> i think we'll stick to the spoon. >> jimmy: stick to the spoon. yeah, absolutely. and guys, once again i want to remind you please, #gimmefive and #momdancing. mom dancing? momdance. i can't thank you enough for coming on our program again. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're so much fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> congratulations. >> jimmy: our thanks to first lady michelle obama! matthew morrison joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how fun was that? that was sweet. that was so cool. our next guest is an emmy, golden globe and tony award-nominated actor who's returning to broadway in a new musical called "finding neverland." performances begin april 15th at the lunt-fontanne theatre. please welcome matthew morrison! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> yes, yes! >> jimmy: thank you for coming on the show. >> oh, my god. my absolute pleasure. i'm such a fan. >> jimmy: no, i mean, please, right back at you. this is exciting because you started on broadway. and then you went over to "glee." and that became the biggest thing in the whole wide world. now you're back on broadway. how's it feel? >> i've been dreaming of this moment the past seven years. my last show was in 2 2008 doing "south pacific." you know, "glee" was awesome, had an incredible run there. but you know, i realized when i was there, that this was my home. this is the place i really thrive and where i wanted to be. so it was just so exciting to be back on broadway. >> jimmy: did you forget how hard it is? >> well, honestly -- >> jimmy: it's really -- people do it and they go, "oh, this is really grueling." >> i was doing a lot of that. you know, talking back and forth from l.a. with the director, choreographer and stuff. and they were like, "what do you feel like you want to do and stuff?" i was like, "throw everything at me," you know? choreography, let's do -- throw me around. you know, the craziest physicality you can even
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imagine. but i was using my big boy voice. and in my head, i was still 26 years old. so now it's a lot of ice baths and heating pads. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not so glamorous when you get home. yeah, no. >> my wife is like, "where did you get that bruise from today?" >> jimmy: but it's based on the film "finding neverland"? >> yeah, yeah. which is a great film starring johnny depp and kate winslet. >> jimmy: i cried my brains out. that was so awesome. beautiful movie. >> this show is -- >> jimmy: i did. [ laughter ] i couldn't help it because the little boy in it -- do you remember the actor's name? i forget. >> i don't. yeah, that guy. >> jimmy: he was amazing. now he's older, yeah. he still makes me cry when i see him. >> but the great thing about this is, i feel like this show is always meant to be a a musical, now that i look at it, because there's so much -- the craziest thing he did in that movie was put a spoon on his nose. and he was crazy. but now we get to kind of go into that world and just -- you know, theater is where the imagination is. >> jimmy: oh, it's a gorgeous set. and you have -- look at this.
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kelsey grammer is playing -- >> kelsey grammer right there. >> jimmy: captain hook, right there. but there's a lot going on. and you're on stage the whole time. >> yeah, i never leave the stage. i have two little moments. you know, i have to change and stuff. i just go off, run off. everything's velcro. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know quick changes. >> jimmy: i know quick changes from "saturday night live." but, oh, man, i cannot -- this is going to be so fun. i know you've got all your moves from a videotape we found called "simply funk." [ laughter and applause ] >> wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone had a copy of "simply funk." what is this? what was this? why are you on the cover? what is happening? [ laughter ] >> how you dug this -- i was at nyu and my dance teacher, bob rizzo -- >> jimmy: yeah. "bob rizzo's simply funk." >> yeah, he did dance instructional videos. and he asked me to do it. and i thought it was the biggest thing ever. i was like, "yeah, i'm on a vhs tape." you know? [ laughter ] and one that you can't record over it, you know? like, it was awesome. >> jimmy: yeah, i know.
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you're talking about that little square. >> yeah, the thing you pop. >> jimmy: i know that thing. yeah. you're on a vhs tape. yeah, yeah, i know. >> i actually -- this was my own wardrobe. i rode the subway in that. [ laughter ] and it took local stops, too. so it was -- yeah. don't think that was the wardrobe department that put me in that. >> jimmy: yeah, i wish we could show a clip of it. but we can't. >> great. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's matthew morrison showing off some hip-hop moves in 1999. "bob rizzo's simply funk." >> do it! ♪ two, four, and -- ♪ >> eight. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "simply funk," yeah! they should call it "uptown funk" and rerelease it. dude, we're so happy for you. congrats. >> thank you. >> jimmy: broadway, this is so fun. it's in previews right now, right? >> yeah, we're in previews. >> jimmy: april 15th at the lunt-fontanne theatre. this is "finding neverland."
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matthew morrison. congratulations, buddy. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: smashing pumpkins performs for us after the break, everybody! come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are here to perform their latest single, "drum and fife," from their critically acclaimed new album "monuments to an elegy." give it up for the smashing pumpkins! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ away away foul dream you're gonna listen now to me ♪ ♪ no rules or in betweens you're gonna listen now to me ♪ ♪ waste all your time find another kind of boy whoa ♪ ♪ a feint up on the line a phantom i don't
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care to hold ♪ ♪ come on along on an eastern shore come on along you're mine ♪ ♪ come on along on a winter's morn come along you're mine you're mine ♪ ♪ in sight the drum and fife with steam racing scene to scene ♪ ♪ to break this beast with need 'cause i will bang this drum till my dying day ♪ ♪ ♪ in mind a fetching june you're gonna listen now to me
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what's done ♪ ♪ what's left as ruin you're gonna listen now to me ♪ ♪ come on along on a winter's morn come on along you're mine ♪ ♪ come on along on eastern shore come along you're mine you're mine ♪ ♪ ♪ in sight the drum and fife with steam ♪ ♪ racing scene to scene to break this beast with need to remedy what's been bleeding ♪
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♪ 'cause i will bang this drum till my dying i will bang this drum till my dying ♪ ♪ i will bang this drum till my dying day 'cause i will bang this drum till my dying day ♪ ♪ don't you ever be afraid don't you ever be afraid don't you ever be afraid no more no more no more ♪ ♪ 'cause i will bang this drum till my dying day don't you ever be afraid ♪ ♪ cause i will bang this drum till my dying i will bang this drum till my dying ♪ ♪ i will bang this drum till my dying day
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'cause i will bang this drum ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. thank you, thank you, thank you. awesome. thank you so much. smashing pumpkins! [ cheers and applause ] catch them on tour this summer with marilyn manson. tickets go on sale tomorrow. my thanks to first lady michelle obama, matthew morrison, the smashing pumpkins once again! and the roots right there from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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