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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Bring "The History of Rap" to 'The Tonight Show'

In case you missed Justin Timberlake's visit to The Tonight Show on Friday, he and Fallon brought back their hit "The History of Rap" Late Night segment with a fifth installment, in which Jimmy gets overly excited to sing "Straight Outta Compton." Click through to watch a clip from Fallon's interview with Timberlake where they recap their Christmas 2013 SNL episode together and go over Timberlake's foolproof Jimmy Fallon impersonation technique.

Watch Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Sing Hootie & the Blowfish

Justin Timberlake is appearing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon every Tuesday this month to promote the release of his new album, The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2, and here's his appearance on the show last night, reprising a bit from a couple months ago that sees him and Fallon singing Hootie & the Blowfish as little kids at camp in 1995.

Highlights from Justin Timberlake's Week on Jimmy Fallon

Justin Timberlake followed up his fifth time hosting SNL last weekend by spending the entire week as a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. In the above video, Timberlake and Fallon reminisce about some of the week's highlights, and we've collected all the best clips from Timberlake's week on Late Night in case you missed them:

Justin Timberlake Kicks Off His Week on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

Fresh off of hosting SNL, Justin Timberlake is spending an entire week as a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to continue to promote his new album, and he did his first one while on a lot of cough medicine:

Justin Timberlake Cloned Himself for This Week's 'SNL' Promos

Here's all of this week's SNL promos, with host/musical guest Justin Timberlake being joined by veteran castmember Kenan Thompson for a bunch of silly bits. Towards the end of the clip, Timberlake finally reveals how he stays so busy: cloning. He then proceeds to introduce us to a bunch of Timberlake clones, each one more charming and smiley than the next. Sadly, the Timberlake clone who invested in Myspace.com does not make an appearance.

'SNL' Review: Jimmy Fallon's Christmas Miracle

Boy, did SNL need a win. The months following September's successful season premiere with Tina Fey saw a mixed bag of lackluster hosts, unmemorable sketches, and distracting media scrutiny. Even Kerry Washington's enjoyable November episode was overshadowed by the show's diversity controversy — Washington's hilarious performance only seemed to underscore SNL's lack of a black woman in the cast (an issue that will apparently be resolved in January). Furthermore, when beloved comedy stars Paul Rudd and John Goodman produced surprisingly disappointing episodes over the past few weeks, and with the coming departure of head writer Seth Meyers, SNL's future was looking grim.

Then [...]

Justin Timberlake Is Spending All Next Week on 'Jimmy Fallon' Again

Back in March, Justin Timberlake spent an entire week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote his latest album, and he's doing it again next week, the entertainer announced via Facebook today. "What's better than Shark week this week?" Timberlake wrote. "‪#‎Timberweek‬ all next week on The Jimmy Fallon Show !!! Get ready…."

Check out highlights from the last week Timberlake spent on the show here or watch Timberlake's recap below:

UPDATE: Next week's shows are just a week of repeats of the Timberlake March episodes, and in fact, not new episodes as Timberlake made it seem via Facebook. (via Pop Culture Brain)

Watch Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Sing Toto's "Africa" as Summer Camp Kids

Here's a sketch from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, the fourth night in Justin Timberlake's one-week residency at the show, which concludes tonight – unless Timberlake just wants to hang out on this show every night from now on.

'SNL' Review: Justin Timberlake Runs a Victory Lap

I don't think anyone is as big a fan of SNL as SNL itself. At every opportunity, Lorne Michaels reminds us of his show's elite status and cultural impact, whether in a tongue-in-cheek backstage bit with Paul Simon and a scotch, or in a more sincere soundbite from one of those now-dime-a-dozen behind-the-scenes specials NBC rolls out on Sunday nights. I can't really blame Lorne for perpetuating this "SNL dynasty" mystique; admittedly I find the show's history fascinating, and I believe the man has earned enough ego to occasionally place his show on a pedestal, especially by coyly likening it to a vain gentleman's club. SNL can get away with its [...]

Justin Timberlake Will Host 'SNL' for a 5th Time on March 9th

One of the most popular recurring SNL hosts of recent years is returning to the show next month. Justin Timberlake, who's previously served as SNL host four times, is set to do it again on March 9th (and also double as musical guest), joining the show's esteemed Five-Timers Club. Timberlake will be spending a lot of time in 30 Rock this March, as he's also appearing as a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for an entire week (March 11-15th) following his SNL episode. This is all to promote his new album The 20/20 Experience, which comes out on March 19th and features the hit single "Suit & Tie." [...]

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake Being Hilarious: The Complete Collection

The 2002 MTV Video Music Awards were a pivotal moment for both Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon. Timberlake was there to debut himself as a solo performer with his soon-to-be-hit song "Like I Love You," and Fallon was there as host in the heat of his SNL fame. The two met backstage and sparked a friendship, and the rest is history. From Timberlake's 2003 SNL hosting gig to his honorary spot on the first episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to his weeklong Late Night "Timberweek" stay, this musical/comedy duo has been producing tons of catchy, absurd, and hilarious sketches together over the past ten years. To celebrate [...]

The Best of 'SNL' Season 38

It snuck up on us, didn't it? The end of SNL Season 38 brought along with it key staff changes, among them the upcoming departure of head writer Seth Meyers and the immediate departures of cast members Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and (unofficially) Jason Sudeikis. Few people have shaped SNL over the past 8 years more than these men — Meyers with his leadership in the writers room and charm as Weekend Update host, and Hader, Armisen and Sudeikis as the cast's workhorses and loadbearing performers. Indeed, many pegged Season 38 as a "transitional year" in the wake of Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg leaving the show a year ago, [...]

Steve Carell and Justin Timberlake Do "Real People, Fake Arms" with Jimmy Fallon

Here's the latest in Jimmy Fallon's "Real People, Fake Arms" series, in which he plays an old clip from a Canadian soap opera called Jacob's Patience that he starred in with Steve Carell and Justin Timberlake. It's the best recurring late night talk show segment that relies heavily on mannequin arms.

Hit the jump for Part Two:

Here's Justin Timberlake's 'SNL' Monologue, Featuring Cameos from Everybody

Justin Timberlake hosted Saturday Night Live for the fifth time this weekend, making him a member of the show's exclusive Five-Timers Club and warranting a big cameo-laden sketch. Some of the show's most frequent and beloved hosts like Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Paul Simon, Chevy Chase, and Candice Bergen dropped by, as well as lowly Five-Timers Club staff Dan Aykroyd and Martin Short, making this one of the most impressive reunions of important SNL veterans ever.

Hit the jump for the original sketch that inspired this one, from Tom Hanks's monologue from his fifth time hosting in 1990: