Who Is Allison Williams? And Why Is She Being Peter Panned?

Allison Williams is an actress and the daughter of NBC Nightly News host Brian Williams.

Allison played Peter Pan in NBC’s LIVE broadcast of Peter Pan Live which aired Thursday night to massive pans..

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In response to a question about whether or not her performance would receive high fanfare, she shared her thoughts about those in society who might be watching for other reasons. Continue reading

Justin Timberlake CANCELS MSG Show Over MYSTERY ILLNESS

Justin Timberlake has canceled his sold-out show at Madison Square Garden Wednesday due to mystery health problem! The announcement came only hours before he was scheduled to take the stage.130124-justin-timberlake

“There is never an easy way to do this… Unfortunately, I have to postpone tonight’s show to Friday,” Timberlake Tweeted at 5:40 p.m. “I am truly sorry to everyone that have tickets for tonight. It kills me to have to do this. I hope to see you all on Friday.” source

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NY Post: Jimmy Fallon Debut ‘Wasn’t Good’

According to the NY Post, Jimmy Fallon’s debut wasn’t bad – but he also wasn’t good.. All this withstanding a HUGE amount of support from top celebrities and mega musicians including, Will Smith, U2, Robert De Niro, Mike Tyson, Tina Fey, Mariah Carey and others.

The Post called out Fallon as, “visibly nervous,” hinting the host only “made it through his first Tonight Show with a little help from his friends, and a lotta help from his city.” Yes, they went all the way there.

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Will Smith did a skit dressed in matching overalls and U2 performed on the roof of 30 Rockefeller Center while freezing their collective assets off, but alas all that was not enough to impress the Post.. Continue reading

Jimmy Fallon’s VERY FIRST ”Tonight Show” U2 and WILL SMITH Guest

Jimmy Fallon will open his run as the host of NBC’s “Tonight” show with actor Will Smith and the rock band U2 as guests, reports AP.

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NBC is debuting the Fallon regime on Feb. 17 at midnight following the Winter Olympics. It will slip into its regular slot following the local news a week later, with Seth Meyers inheriting “Late Night.”

Fallon says he has talked to “Tonight” show incumbent Jay Leno regularly during the transition. One piece of advice that Fallon has already taken is to increase the length of his monologue.

Although Fallon is moving “Tonight” to New York from the West Coast, he said he will take the show on the road – including to Los Angeles for a couple of weeks a year.