Chris Evans and brother Scott play “Sibling-wed Game” on Tonight Show

Scott Evans (L) and Chris Evans (R)

Chris Evans sat down with Jimmy Fallon last night on The Tonight Show to promote his new movie “Captain America – The Winter Soldier” which opens this Friday.  Can’t wait!

As part of the festivities, however, Jimmy asked Chris’ brother, Scott Evans (who played gay cop Oliver Fish on One Life To Live), to come out and play the “Sibling-Wed Game,” where each brother is asked questions and they must try to give the same answer.

From the sound of things, it looks like Chris got the best of Scott a lot of the time while growing up.  But they both are very cute in the segments.  Chris’ joy over the childhood events is contagious.

Tonight Show performance of “Let It Go” – Idina Menzel puts “Adela Dazeem” in her place

After all the talk and shenanigans surrounding Idina Menzel’s introduction by John Travolta at the Oscars Sunday night and her subsequent performance, Idina gave a fun and effortless performance of “Let It Go” from FROZEN on The Tonight Show with backup by Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.

Idina, in great form, is relaxed and clearly having a great time as she soars through the Oscar winning song.

(h/t OUT)

Jimmy Fallon & John Krasinski in brutal “lip-sync off”

Ok, so when I saw this clip at first glance I was thinking, “Oh, another silly late night talk show bit by the ever funny Jimmy Fallon.”

But the 8 minute length gave me pause. “Randy” I said to myself, “Randy Report readers won’t hang out for that long to get to the funniness.”

But let me tell you all – would I steer you wrong? Hang out and watch as it gets funnier. The last song made me laugh.

And by the way, John Krasinski is ROCKING the beard thing in my opinion…


(via AmericaBlog)

Jon Hamm & Jimmy Fallon play “Water War”

On a visit to Jimmy Fallon’s show to promote the return of “Mad Men.”

The real fun began when Jimmy challenged Jon to a game of war — but with a twist. At the end of each round, the winner got to douse the loser with a glass of water. The clip is very, very cute, thanks to Jimmy’s incessant giggling and Jon’s good sportsmanship.

One of the more entertaining late night skits I’ve seen in a long time.