Live ... From Los Angeles ...
It's Jimmy Fallon From 'Saturday Night Live!'
For his Coldplay song, Fallon had us singing along: "I bought a troll, I bought a troll for you. The one you wanted was blue. They only had yellow."
Fallon's songs were amusing. One of his numbers was a mock audition for a commercial for troll dolls. He placed a troll with pink hair on a stool, brought out the gee-tar, and pretended to "audition" bands for the commercial. This included troll-themed parodies by U2, Dave Matthews Band, Coldplay, Alanis Morrisette and many more. For his Coldplay song, Fallon had us singing along: "I bought a troll, I bought a troll for you. The one you wanted was blue. They only had yellow." Bwwwaaahahahaha!
I especially enjoyed Jimmy's tribute to the 80s. Who knew that MC Hammer's "Can't Touch This" can be played behind any 80s hit. Thanks, Jimmy. I'll sleep better now.
Following the performance, we ran into actress Kirsten Dunst outside the club. She mingled with fans and showed her sweet side, graciously signing autographs and posing for pictures with the GoodTimes-LA staff. Other celebrities in attendance included David Spade (who nearly ran me over), Simon Rex, and Sarah Chalke (from NBC's TV show, "Scrubs").
All in all, Fallon's live performance proved to be a rootin' tootin' good time, even if The Roxy is a zit in the armpit of seedy L.A.