tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC May 28, 2011 3:05am-4:00am EDT
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thanks for being here on this great, great night. welcome. oh, man, this arnold schwarzenegger story just keeps getting worse. there are now rumors that arnold had a second secret child with a different woman. i know. i can't believe arnold would cheat on his mistress like that. i just can't believe it. i won't believe it. [ laughter ] here's some political news. this week, president obama offered $1 billion to egypt to boost the creation of new jobs. and if that works, they're going to try it here. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] speaking of the middle east, nato air strikes sank eight of moammar gadhafi's war ships
yesterday. there you go. they used a very advanced technique to sink his battle ships. b8, c8, d8, e8. [ laughter ] [ as gadhafi ] "oh, you sunk my battle ship, bro. very sneaky." [ applause ] that was connect 4. they play other games besides connect 4. they play battle ship. >> steve: exactly. >> jimmy: just two kids playing games. check this out. playboy is putting its entire 57-year archive online. >> man: yeah! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: finally we have a place to see naked women on the internet. right? i mean -- we've been waiting for that. that's right. playboy's launching a web subscription service with all 682 of its issues. it's kind of a pain, though. now you have to hide your entire computer underneath your mattress. [ laughter ] bleeping weird.
they're putting 57 years of playboy online. it's kind of fun until you are like -- grandma? [ laughter ] this is interesting. oregon's supreme court ruled that a medical marijuana user can legally carry a concealed handgun. yeah, yeah. i'm not really afraid of a stoner with a gun, anyway. i mean, they'd be like, "okay. nobody move. hey, why's nobody moving?" [ laughter ] "you guys are freakin' me out. somebody move. is this all fake?" [ laughter ] hmm. i'm not sure what to make of this, you guys. the ipad just launched three new games for cats. [ light laughter ] yeah. my cat was like, "that seems kind of cool. i don't know. i have a laptop. would i really use an ipad? eve maybe if i got it as a gift. i can't really see going out and buying one.
meow." [ laughter ] in one ipad game for cats, animated fish appear on the screen until your cat bats them away. yeah. the game is called "how to scratch up the screen of your $600 ipad." [ laughter ] my cat loves it. hey, this is cool. more than 250 colleges are using graduation gowns this year made from recycled plastic bottles. yeah. it's a great preparation for the job most college students will be getting. collecting and recycling plastic bottles. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and finally from sports news, lance armstrong's former teammate tyler hamilton told reporters they both used performance-enhancing drugs during the tour de france. in response, lance is like, "man, what a kick in the ball."
we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my new dance move. it's called get out of the way. give me a beat. give me a beat. no, no. get out of the way. ♪ [ cheers ] yeah. and then -- the other one calmed "get out of the way." do the other one. no. no, no. do the other beat you were -- yeah. ♪ get out of the way! get out of the way, everybody. we got a big show tonight. the one and only jim belushi is in the house! [ cheers and applause ]
talented dude. also, she got nominated for an oscar this year and is starring in the new "x-men" movie jennifer lawrence is here! [ cheers and applause ] as a brunette. we got music. doesn't get any better than this, you guys. fleet foxes are here! it's friday. you got to have fun. you guys -- it is friday. i just thought of this. usually on friday ,i like to catch up on some personal stuff. i check my in-box, return some emails, and of course, send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] do you guys mind? can i write some thank you notes now? is that okay? [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the best. you guys are boss. hey, james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? [ laughter ] ♪
unbelievable. unbelievable. ♪ "thank you -- college diplomas, for being the world's most expensive frameable receipt." ♪ "thank you -- people who fear that tomorrow, may 21st, will be the end of the world. and congratulations, guys hitting on those people in bars tonight." "tomorrow might be the end of the world, so you might as well just make out with me now." [ laughter ] ♪ "it's a pretty smooth bar. huh? they got some smooth music." ♪ "thank you, webmd for being the
fastest and easiest way to turn a simple bruise into a rare, life-threatening disease." "oh, my god! i got yellow fever!" [ laughter ] i got to the wait until -- tomorrow's the end of the world. ♪ "thank you -- the couple in israel who were inspired by facebook to name their new daughter like. based on the way she was conceived, though, you should have named her poke." [ laughter ] should have. right? >> steve: oh, i -- >> jimmy: it's the end of the world.
>> steve: lol, world. >> jimmy: did you say lol? [ laughter ] you don't even laugh anymore. you just go, lol. that's cool, man. >> steve: yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you -- tassels for being the best way to tell the world either, yes, i'm a college graduate or, no, you may not see my nipples." [ laughter ] "thank you -- ice, for being like water, but way cooler." [ laughter ] ♪ "thank you -- guy who looks at his cell phone while walking for not having the light pole tracker app installed."
[ laughter ] ♪ "thank you -- scooby-doo, for convincing me that when old people get bored they dress like ghosts and terrorize the public." "yoink! like scoob." >> steve: [ talking like scooby-doo ] >> jimmy: what, scoob? [ as scooby ] >> steve: "it's the end of the world." >> jimmy: did you just say -- r-o-f? >> steve: yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you -- camels, or as i like to call you, horses with back boobs." [ laughter ] ♪
"thank you -- fudge, for looking exactly like you sound." [ laughter ] there you have it, you guys. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hey, check it out! [ in unison ] whoa! it's the new "thank you notes" book! >> yep. >> steve: that's right. it's finally here, coming to bookstores everywhere on may 23rd. >> [ in unison ] totally awesome! >> this book's got it all! >> a front cover! >> a back cover! >> [ in unison ] words! >> steve: you'll never be bored again! you can read it, hug it, kiss it, sleep with it, take it for a swim, play it like a rock guitar, sell it, toss it to a friend, catch it from a friend, hide it under a rug, rest it on your foot. it's hours and hours of fun. [ in unison ] >> thank you, jimmy fallon!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for watching our show. i appreciate it. i don't know if you guys have been watching the "celebrity apprentice." [ cheers and applause ] it's been phenomenal. this season was one of the best seasons yet. i was actually on the show a few weeks ago. [ scattered applause ] my buddy, john rich, from team backbone called me up. he asked if i'd help him out with this fundraiser that he was doing and we sang a song together called, "you're fired." [ laughter ] it was a lot of fun. anyway, the big finale is this sunday. it's between john and marlee matlin. and i'm happy to say that my pal, john rich, made it to the final two. i'm just so psyched that he did it. [ cheers and applause ] my man! he could be the next "celebrity apprentice." how cool is that? now, if you don't mind, i'd like to sing the song that we did on "celebrity apprentice." [ cheers and applause ]
here we go, here. yeah. now, if you don't mind, i'd like to sing the song with a special guest. here to help me out, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the one and only john rich! [ cheers and applause ] >> hey! >> jimmy: come on! dude, are you excited? >> i'm pumped. i can't believe it. final two. >> jimmy: i mean, this is big. >> it's very big. it's very big. >> jimmy: it's live this sunday? >> it's live this sunday. i'm playing for st. jude children's hospital. i'm going for the win. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so happy. i'm so happy. i can't even tell you. it couldn't happen to a better dude. >> thank you so much for your help. he brought a $10,000 check for st. jude. this man's a hero, here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was actually questlove -- questlove's bank account. it's his check so, yeah, i took it out of -- >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: thanks for loaning me that, quest. you ready to do this? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: here we go. >> let's pick. ♪
>> jimmy: this is a little song i wrote about -- [ laughter and cheers ] my voice gets deeper -- yeah, yeah -- okay, good. this is a little song i wrote about life on the "celebrity apprentice." sitting in the boardroom, the donald staring into my eyes. >> his hair staring into my soul. just hoping, praying, them two words don't come out of his mouth. >> jimmy: them's two words no man wants to hear. >> one, two, three. ♪ you're fired you're fired you're fired you're fired ♪ ♪ take that rolling suitcase out the door ♪ ♪ you're fired you're fired you son of a bitch you're fired ♪ ♪ now don't you mess around with team backbone star and nene fighting meat loaf is crying ♪
♪ and gary busey's talking 'bout a kite ♪e and now i'm confessin' you know i've learned my lesson ♪ ♪ never steal meat loaf's art supplies ♪ ♪ so have a mimosa and call up omarosa to find out how it feels to hear them words ♪ ♪ you're fired you're fired you son of a bitch you're fired ♪ ♪ come, sing it with me all you boys and girls ♪ >> jimmy: come on! ♪ you're fired you're fired you're fired you're fired ♪ ♪ take that rolling suitcase out the door ♪ ♪ out the door ♪ you're fired you're fired you son of a bitch you're fired ♪ ♪ now don't you mess around with team backbone ♪ ♪ you're fired you're fired you're fired you're fired ♪ ♪ you're fired
you dirty son of a bitch ♪ >> oh my goodness. ♪ you're fired you're fired you son of a bitch you're fired ♪ ♪ now don't you mess around with my man, john rich ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, john rich! best of luck to you, buddy. stick around. we'll be back with more "late night"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. john rich, once again, everybody! what a great guy. got two new albums in stores this week. "rich rocks "and "for the kids." both out this week. check them out. he's a good man. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest this evening is a legendary performer who is back on broadway in a classic american play called "born yesterday." visiting our show for the first time on our show, please give a warm welcome to jim belushi! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jim belushi. >> jimmy: jim belushi, thank you for coming on, my man. >> i'm going right to the band. >> jimmy: we love the roots. thanks for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me. it's good to be here. [ cheers and applause ] it's a great show, jimmy. you have a great show here. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. you doing a show tonight on broadway? >> i do. after this, i'm going right across the street to broadway. >> jimmy: this fun. do you like it? >> broadway is like a dream for every actor. to be on -- >> jimmy: you did it before? >> i did it years before. i did "pirates of penzance" in 1982. right here. >> jimmy: that's cool. still got the same -- does it feel the same? >> well, it's different from being -- being in the broadway theater now is different now than back then, because now they have cell phones that go off during the show. i mean, it always happens right at the great comic moment or the
most dramatic moment. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> these cell phones go off in the theater and just -- to hear that little "deliverance" theme. ♪ you want to go out there and take that phone and -- >> jimmy: yes, exactly, exactly. >> so that's the only difference. otherwise, broadway stays the same. been that way for a century. the theater we're in, built in 1912, marlon brando was on that stage. kathryn hepburn. >> jimmy: you feel the ghosts and all the vibes over there? >> oh, yeah. they come out and haunt you a little bit. >> jimmy: they do. a little bit, yeah. >> you hear, "stella!" >> jimmy: we've got "born yesterday," this was from the '40s, right? >> it was written by garson kanin, one of the great american playwrights, 1946. the perfect comedy. woody allen actually called it the perfect written comedy. the characters are rich, it's funny, there's great politics in it. we're having a great success with it. actually broadway this season,
one of the most prolific successful seasons in decades. >> jimmy: there's so many great shows. >> great shows out there. if you're in new york this summer, go to broadway. >> jimmy: i absolutely agree with you. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, like, would you want to be a stage actor, did you want to be a stage actor growing up? >> well, in high school i was a football player and i was a tackle, and tackles didn't really get the girls. the girls liked to go out with guys who touched the ball. you know, the quarterback. so -- in the drama department there were, like, 25 girls and about 8 guys. and so i kind of liked the numbers. so i kind of went to theater that way. following the girls. but i've done it since school. sure, i've been in all kinds of plays. second city in chicago. rebuilt theater. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, absolutely. [ applause ]
your brother, john belushi, another chicago boy. >> another chicago boy. second city. "saturday night live." he kind of paved the way in my family. you know, you have role models. your father. my father was in the restaurant business. if he didn't lose his business, i'd be serving dinner tonight. >> jimmy: a keep it in the family thing. >> yeah, right. and john kind of led the way. >> jimmy: what kind of restaurant? >> a really nice steak house in chicago. >> jimmy: belushi's? what was it called? >> it was called -- a beautiful place. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. >> yeah, john and i both worked there when we were kids. john went away to acting. he went to second city. i went there -- when i was 16 i went. i want to do this. i want to do this the rest of my life, and that was my goal, and i went to second city, and -- >> jimmy: did you do "saturday night live"? >> i did "saturday night live." >> jimmy: you were great on "saturday night live." >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a great cast. >> well, it was a great cast. >> jimmy: two different great casts. the one cast with -- >> eddie murphy, joe piscopo, jim and mary.
second city guys. and then the second cast was with billy crystal and christopher guest and marty short. richard hall. >> jimmy: the ebersol years. >> dick ebersol, yeah. >> jimmy: he's a good man. he's leaving nbc. it's his big deal. >> i heard. i was really sad to hear that. i was bummed because he had given me tickets for wrigley field all of these years. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he can't do that anymore. no, but he was a great producer. he changed my career. >> jimmy: really? >> first of all, he brought me on when everyone said i shouldn't do it because john did it. i said, why? i'm a fan of john's. i'm a fan of "saturday night live." every actor wants to be "saturday night live." >> jimmy: yeah, it must have been tougher because you had the last name. >> well, i didn't really think about it. everybody else did. i was actually really warmly welcomed by people. people have been very nice to me throughout my entire career. >> jimmy; and ebersol was great
as producer. >> he was great as a producer, he taught me many things, but the main thing ebersol did was fired me. >> jimmy: wait, what? >> he fired me in the middle of a season because i was a bit of a jerk and straightened me out. then i came back and i had learned a lot and apologized to him. he put me back in the show, put his arm around me and taught me so much in that year. i've never forgotten that. >> jimmy: i love that. >> i deserved to be fired. he was right. >> jimmy: i think higgins fired me once. on "saturday night live." yeah. 'cause i didn't want to be in a sketch. brand new. i got -- >> scary when you're brand new. >> jimmy: yeah. and he said something like, "why don't you just do that?" 'cause i just didn't want to be in the sketch. he says, "you can't just say that. you're on "saturday night live," you have to be in all the skits." i almost cried. don't fire me. please, don't fire me. higgins is also a producer on "saturday night live" and writer. you did you have to audition for "snl"? >> no.
i did a second city show in l.a. and brandon tartikoff was there. saw me do the show, and he called dick and said, "hey, man i think this belushi would be perfect for your show." >> jimmy: have you been back since? >> i'm actually going tomorrow night to see the show. >> jimmy: lady gaga and justin timberlake? >> i saw you on the set a couple times. you were so nice back then. you were a gentleman. >> jimmy: more with jim belushi when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ so every year my family throws this great reunion in austin. but this year, i can only afford one trip and i've always wanted to learn how to surf. austin's great -- just not for surfing. so i checked out hotwire. and by booking with them, i saved enough to swing both trips.
he is starring in the big broadway revival of "born yesterday." if you're in new york city, make sure you see this. it's getting rave reviews. congratulations on all this. >> oh, thank you. it's a great show. great show. >> jimmy: do you sing at all in the play or no? there's not a lot -- >> oh no, this is a comedy. this is a straight out comedy. >> jimmy: 'cause i know you can sing. >> oh, yeah. i sang in -- >> jimmy: i've seen you perform a zillion times. >> i've sang with -- >> jimmy: aykroyd. danny aykroyd and i do "the blues brothers." yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] another thing that -- you know, like danny wanted me to do the "blues brothers." i said, "don't you think it's kind of weird?" he goes, "not at all." >> jimmy: yeah. >> he goes, "it's like when -- in a law firm, when someone goes down, the brother or the -- you know, the nephew come in and take over." and i went, "all right, i'll do it with you." >> jimmy: you know john would've loved it, right? >> oh, i'm having a ball with danny. >> jimmy: did he get you into blues? john? >> well, "the blues brothers" did. like i said, i'm a fan. i was a fan of john's and i followed what he ever -- whatever he did but -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> he was the one that turned me on to the blues, really. >> jimmy: really? >> and then, danny who was really the historian of the blues.
>> jimmy: oh yeah. >> and "the blues brothers." >> jimmy: oh yeah, if you get dan aykroyd talking about the blue to you -- >> oh my god, it -- he is such a -- >> jimmy: sit down for two hours. yeah, yeah. get some drinks and have a good time. >> so, i go back farther and farther and farther, studying the blues. i just love it. it just gets deeper and richer. >> jimmy: but i mean -- i know you're also a big sports fan. i know and chicago is your -- that's your -- chicago is your -- is your team. >> chicago is my town, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, wrigley field. >> jimmy: i've never been to wrigley field. >> wrigley field is the most beautiful ballpark in country. i mean fenway is beautiful also but this is one of the old ballparks. i get -- every year, i get to sing the seventh inning stretch, there. it's like my -- the biggest deal of the year for me. and to this -- >> jimmy: "take me out to the ball game." >> "take me out to the ball game." and this year, my little 11-year-old daughter is gonna sing the "national anthem" the same day, so i'm really excited about that. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: hey, that'll be great. that'll be awesome. good luck to her. she'll do great. [ applause ] >> jimmy: did you bring your harp with you? did you bring your harmonica with you? >> i always bring my harp with me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you did? can you give us a little taste? a little magic?
can you give us a little something-something? >> let's see here. >> jimmy: come on. ♪ yeah. ♪ ♪ ♪ all you girls when your day's done you don't have to worry you can still have fun ♪ ♪ take me, baby for your little boy 300 pounds of heavenly joy ♪ ♪ this is it this is it look what you get ♪ ♪ you been hidin' and sneakin' behind his back ♪ ♪ you got that skinny man that you don't like ♪ throw that guy, baby
out of your mind follow me, baby have a real good time ♪ ♪ well, this is it this is it look what you get ♪ >> jimmy: blow that harp, come on! ♪ ♪ this is it this is it look what you get ♪ >> jimmy: my thanks to jim belushi. we'll be right back with jennifer lawrence. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ man ] take your mark...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! our next guest is a talented young actress who was nominated for an oscar and every other award on the planet for her work in "winter's bone." she's now starring in the anticipated new superhero prequel, "x-men: first class." please welcome back to the show the lovely jennfier lawrence. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you for coming on. >> yeah, of course. >> jimmy: that was a nice -- "muah." >> yeah, that was. that was a perfect kiss. you gave me a really nice "muah" kiss. >> i was so relieved 'cause i walked the right way this time. last time, i went straight for the band. >> jimmy: that's what happened to jim. >> yeah. oh, is it? >> jimmy: yeah, he went right for the band. >> no, he walked into the camera. i'm not -- i'm not gonna do that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's hilarious. thanks for coming back on the show. >> yeah, fo course.
>> jimmy: last time you were here, "winter's bone" just was just coming out. and, who knew? now, all these awards and now, "x-men." it's just blowing up. it's crazy. >> oh, i know. it's scary. how's the family in kentucky? how they doing? they're doing good. >> jimmy: yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: everyone's having fun? they're enjoying the success? >> yeah -- i get a lot of text messages from my dad, going, "hey j en, i just got goosebumps." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "i just got goosebumps." >> "i just got goosebumps, jen. this is so fun." >> jimmy: they text you? you text your dad? >> yeah. now, we all text. my brothers and i actually have a text rule where we can't fix auto correct 'cause iphones are just -- hilarious. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. they change the words. like, if they go, "no, you mean this word." >> yeah, yeah, yeah. no, i really may "gaylord" when i was trying to work "skeezy." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why were you -- why were you trying to type "skeezy"? >> 'cause my brother was talking about a new gym and i was like, "really? is it gaylord?" and like sent it. >> jimmy: he's like -- >> he never replied. i don't know. >> jimmy: he's like, "yeah, actually, it is gaylord. yeah. i don't even know what that means." >> the best one came from my mom, though. when -- she doesn't know about this game. this is just her life. she wrote -- she wrote -- >> jimmy: she just misspells things? >> yeah, she just doesn't, you know -- >> jimmy: yeah.
yeah. she wrote to my brother, "plane was delayed two hours. your hard boiled eggs. love you." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go, yeah. and we still don't know what she was trying to say. >> jimmy: what were you trying to say? "your hard boiled eggs." >> "your hard boiled eggs." it's like -- it's a whole sentence. >> jimmy: it's like, "eh?" >> hard to do. >> jimmy: look at this thing, right here. uh oh. everyone's talking about this. you're on the cover of "entertainment weekly." "hunger games." [ cheers and applause ] look at that. you look gorgeous. comes with a collectable poster inside, for your locker. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's so pretty. you're brunette. you used to be a blondie? >> i know. i've always been a blondie. >> jimmy: what do you think of brunette? is it difference? >> yeah, it's really weird. i keep scaring myself when i go into the bathroom. its' like -- if i get up in the night to the pee, i'm like -- [ gasps ] >> jimmy: it's like, "who's there? oh my god!" >> yeah. >> jimmy: punching yourself. >> yeah, i don't take it that far. >> jimmy: yeah, well, you should. >> actually punch the mirror >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, punch the mirror and be like, "you son of a --" yeah, yeah. >> "-- you're copying everything i'm doing!" >> jimmy: see, i can't -- you can do that. like, i have a face where i can. i can barely do this but i've done blonde in the past. >> really? >> jimmy: well, i have a sad story, but -- [ laughter ]
>> oh, jimmy, do you need to talk about it? >> jimmy: i will -- i want to get it -- it's like therapy, this show. do you guys remember sun-in? [ cheers and applause ] so my sister has -- you don't know. you were like -- you were just being thought about being born. [ laughter ] they had a thing called sun-in. basically, it was peroxide in a spray bottle and -- and my sister got it and it was the new, cool thing. every kid was like -- there's commercials of like, kids on the beach, throwing sun-in and their cat's like -- and they have -- natural highlights in your hair. >> oh yeah, natural peroxide, of course. blonde. >> jimmy: yeah. so i squirt it in my hair. my sister has it and i quirt it in my hair and my hair goes orange. [ light laughter ] and my grandma was like, "are you dying your hair?" and i'm like, "no. what are you talking about? i'm not dying my hair. this is just -- might be the chlorine from the poll or something. i don't know." [ laughter ] i looked like george michael from wham. it was like the lamest, clearly dyed hair. it was just so sad. >> well -- >> jimmy: and with this complexion and this -- these giant eyebrows -- >> there's no room for mistakes. >> jimmy: it was ugly, yeah. it was real rough. let's talk "x-men." >> yeah, let's do. >> jimmy: this is huge. this is gonna be a giant movie. do want to explain what it is? who you play?
>> yeah, it's a prequel, so it's an origin story about how all of our favorite characters came to be who they are today. >> jimmy: yeah. and you're mystique, yes? >> i'm mystique. yeah. >> jimmy: oh. a lot of mystique to this character. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> there's a mystinkiness. >> jimmy: a lot of -- look at -- look at this. holy moley. how much time in makeup is this? >> full body is about 8 hours. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: is that right? every day? how long does it take to get out? >> about three to four hours but i was so tired of it, by the end, i would be out in about an hour and i would just have an -- a blue moustache. [ light laughter ] a blue, like, ears forever. and i actually couldn't get the safety deposit back on my apartment because my bathtub was blue. [ light laughter ] is that right? yeah, i lost all of -- still mad about that. >> jimmy: yeah. everything -- so you just stayed blue for -- how long did it take you to shoot this? >> five months. i was blue somewhere -- >> jimmy: and eight hours going in, three hours going out? that would drive me nuts. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for me, it's six hours. to look like this. yeah. [ laughter ] and then, eight hours to leave, so i'm just drunk back there. well, you have a clip.
we want to show a clip of the movie, "x-men: first class," okay? >> yes. >> jimmy: this is very exclusive, you guys. this is only the best. [ cheers and applause ] here's jennifer lawrence, in "x-men: first class,." here we go. >> i promised myself i'd find a cure. you have no idea what i'd give to feel -- [ in unison ] normal. >> this serum that you're making. it doesn't affect abilities, right? just appearance. >> yeah. >> do you think it would work on me? >> i could look into it, if you'd like. i mean, it's the least i could do, after asking you to come down here with such a weighted request. >> i have to admit. usually, when guys ask me out, they're not after my blood. >> sorry. i didn't intend to be forward. i was just -- i was excited. >> go ahead. take the blood. >> sorry. does that hurt you? >> jimmy: aw.
see what i'm talking about? [ cheers and applause ] that didn't take eight hours for that. you look gorgeous in that. yeah, yeah, that was about four hours for that. no, you look gorgeous. you guys, "x-men: first class" is in theaters everywhere june 3rd! jennifer lawrence, everybody! fleet foxes perform next! come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ good morning! ♪ [ female announcer ] nutri-grain -- one good decision... ♪ ...can lead to another. ♪ ♪ with real fruit, more of the whole grains your body needs, and a good source of fiber. nutri-grain can help you eat better all day.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! hope to see you guys next week. we have queen latifah, ed helms, lucy liu, james mcavoy dropping by. we have music -- [ cheers and applause ] music from bon iver. we have the cars reuniting. that's pretty cool. amos lee, david crosby and graham nash. what? plus, in honor of fleet week, next friday, our whole audience will be full of servicemen and
women. it's gonna be great. [ cheers and applause ] you gotta check out, next week. [ applause ] but first, i'm so excited. our next guests just released their critically-acclaimed second album, "helplessness blues." we're thrilled to have their first american tv performance in support of it tonight. with the song "sim sala bim," please welcome fleet foxes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ he was so kind such a gentleman tied to the oceanside ♪ ♪ lighting a match on the suitcase's latch in the fading of night ♪ ♪ ruffle the fur of the collie 'neath the table ran out the door through the dark ♪
♪ carved out his initials in the bark ♪ ♪ then the earth shook that was all that it took for the dream to break ♪ ♪ all the loose ends would surround me again in the shape of your face ♪ ♪ what makes me love you despite the reservations? what do i see in your eyes ♪ ♪ besides my reflection hanging high? ♪ ♪ are you off somewhere reciting incantations? sim sala bim on your tongue ♪ ♪ carving off the hair of someone's young ♪ ♪ remember when you had me
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. thank you so much. fleet foxes, right there, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] check out their album, "helplessness blues." see them live saturday in philadelphia. my thanks to jim belushi, jennifer lawrence, right here, you guys. john rich! fleet foxes, once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots, right there, you guys! stay tuned for carson daly. thanks for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪