Michelle Obama Floors Jimmy Fallon With 2 Words on Leaving White House to Trump: ‘Bye, Felicia!’


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Former First Lady Michelle Obama brought down the house on Tuesday night’s edition of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon with a two-word thought about waving goodbye from Air Force One after President Obama turned the government over to Donald Trump. During the second segment of an interview to promote FFLOTUS’ new book “Becoming,” host Jimmy Fallon asked Mrs. Obama to comment on a photo of the outgoing First Couple boarding Air Force One. “This is you, this is after the Trump inauguration just waving from Air Force One,” Fallon said, and asked “Can you just walk me through what — “Bye, Felicia!” Obama interrupted, to uproarious laughter from the crowd, and a doubled-over Fallon. After a few moments of laughter, Fallon asked “Is that what was going through your mind?” “A lot was going on that day,” Mrs. Obama answered. And you could definitely say the days Continue reading "Michelle Obama Floors Jimmy Fallon With 2 Words on Leaving White House to Trump: ‘Bye, Felicia!’"

A College Student Made Jimmy Fallon a Rap Video to Get an Internship, and it Worked


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College students, it’s time to step your game up because this kid has set a new bar for internship applications. Jake Sirianni, a student at Washington State University was after an internship on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon so to stand out, he made a rap video. In 2014, Daniel Radcliffe impressed viewers by rapping Blackalicious’ “Alphabet Aerobics,” so Sirianni made his own version detailing his desire to get on the show. At the beginning of the song he said, “Here’s my declaration: Dedicated, diligent and driven / Looking for an intern? Well, I recommend you listen / Cause editing’s my gift, entertainment is my craft / Put two and two together and you’ve got yourself some popular math…ematics.” The song is pretty great and the video is impressive. Jimmy Fallon agreed. Yesterday, the show’s Twitter account tweeted at Sirianni telling him to watch that night: