Emma Stone Takes on Jimmy Fallon in Lip Sync Battle (Video)
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" star rocked out with the "Tonight Show" host for one of his favorite games.
Always up for challenge, Emma Stone was keen to take on Jimmy Fallon in a Lip Sync Battle on Monday, giving the Tonight Show host a run for his money with a passionate performance before he pulled out a very lively dance to "Mr. Roboto."
Once the microphones were set aside, Stone shared her new Internet and TV obsessions: Pinterest, The Only Way Is Essex, and Made in Chelsea. "I am definitely watching that show."
Having filmed The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in New York City, the star went on to reveal that the crew "were blowing up cars in the street, and New Yorkers just wanted to get to work and would walk right by. They had to hire people to react!"
Fallon also pranked unsuspecting New Yorkers by having them shout at a cardboard cutout of former Yankees player Robinson Cano in frustration over him leaving for the Seattle Mariners.
Cano later went on the show and pledged his respect for Jay Z, having signed with his management agency earlier this month. "He is a great guy, that is a guy you want on your side."
Jimmy Kimmel had Jennifer Lopez on his show, where the singer talked about the pressure of being late for her album deadline, revealing that if she doesn’t get it in on time, her manager, Benny Medina, shouts at her.
When it comes to her other job, on American Idol, the "Jenny From the Block" singer said, "I do love it, I have a great time on that show," adding that Harry Connick Jr. "is not a mean guy, he's a pussycat."
Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss opened up about her talent for singing Jay Z songs. "The only time my musical talent will come out is in a karaoke situation," said the actress, confessing that she recently did a rendition of "I've Had the Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing "complete with lift" while partying in a karaoke bar in the Valley with co-star Jon Hamm.
After discussing being an English actor in an Irish play on Broadway, Daniel Radcliffe told Seth Meyers of his very American fascination with football.
"I am a secret American now. I love NFL, and I have gotten into the hockey playoffs," said the Harry Potter star, admitting he is obsessed with Fantasy Football, studies the mock draft and named his fantasy team "Barkevious Mingo's Mum" after a Cleveland Browns player.
David Letterman tried to make guest Joel McHale nervous about his upcoming hosting duties at the White House Correspondents’ dinner. "It seems pretty easy," said the Community star. "I am just going to wing it and see what happens."
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