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THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0600 -- Pictured: (l-r) Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, First Lady Michelle Obama, host Jimmy Fallon, and comedian Dave Chappelle play Catchphrase on January 11, 2017 -- (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)

The First Lady, Michelle Obama, made her final talk show appearance as the FLOTUS on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night. Just days after President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address to the nation, his wife caught up with Fallon to discuss her emotional farewell, life after the White House, and her mother who played a big part in helping the Obamas raise their children during both terms. The episode was full of star power as Jerry Seinfeld and Dave Chappelle made a surprise appearance, joining Michelle on the couch.

The group would play a game of Catchphrase and Michelle Obama later sat with Jimmy Fallon for a special Thank You Notes segment. The surprises didn’t stop as the legendary Stevie Wonder also appeared on the show, paying tribute to the FLOTUS with a performance of “Isn’t She Lovely” and “My Cherie Amour.”

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Saturday Night Live closed out 2016 with a major splash this weekend. The final show of the year was hosted by actor Casey Affleck and featured musical guest Chance the Rapper. Chance capped off an incredible year, hitting the stage for two performances on SNL. Wearing red overalls and his trademark “Chance 3″ cap, the Chicago-native delivered an incredible spiritual and festive performance of the Coloring Book-cut “Finish Line” with special guest Noname. Lil’ Chano from 79th would later return, hitting the piano for a moving live rendition of “Same Drugs” with Francis Farewell Starlite of Francis and the Lights.

The 23-year-old also appeared in a parody skit of Run-DMC’s classic “Christmas In Hollis.” Dressed like the legendary Queens group, Chance and Kenan Thompson delivered a festive rap on the subject of President Barack Obama’s last Christmas. In the skit the pair (along with SNL‘s Leslie Jones) touch on America post-Obama, Obamacare, Kanye West, Joe Biden and more.

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Taylor Swift and Apple Music scored a hit back in April with a hilarious commercial where the pop star is seen working out to Drake and Future’s hit-song “Jumpman.” In the clip, Swift is on the treadmill and gets so into the song she loses focus and crashes. During the 2016 American Music Awards on Sunday night (Nov. 20), Apple Music premiered the sequel starring Drake. After pumping weights to his More Life single “Sneakin,” the Toronto superstar throws on Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” smash, busting out some dance moves in the mirror before getting back to his workout.

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We are only two days away from what’s set up to be a special episode of Saturday Night Live this weekend. Dave Chappelle will serve as host, with legendary rap group A Tribe Called Quest appearing as musical guest. Just moments before their new and final group album We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service officially drops worldwide, ATCQ members Q-Tip and Jarobi star alongside Chappelle in an SNL promo spot.

While laughing at one of Dave’s jokes, the smiles soon turn to confused faces as the comedian is unsure f he’ll end up showing up for this weekend’s show.

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Best buds Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake return with a new sing-a-long live from their fall camp getaway, Camp Winnipesaukee. Aired on The Tonight Show Wednesday night, the talk-show host and entertainer decide to entertain themselves with another hilarious sing-a-long. After covering Third Eye Blind’s “Jumper” two years ago, the pair decide to give Alanis Morissette’s “Iconic” a try.

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After appearances on The Tonight Show, Ellen, and hosting Saturday Night Live, Drake continued his recent promo run by appearing on NBC’s Maya & Marty. During the “Celebrity Sensations” segment, the OVO rapper gets probed by host Jiminy Glick (played by Martin Short in a fat suit), answering various awkward, weird, and uncomfortable questions.

Drake is confronted about his past as an actor, his government name, and the subject of circumcision comes up, relating to his Jewish background. “You’re a Jewish rapper. Isn’t that wonderful, Do you miss the hood. And when I say hood, I mean your foreskin,” says Glick. “You’re a Canadian former child star. So literally we’re talking about zero street cred,” Jiminy soon follows up with, before offering the Drizzy some donuts.

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Kanye West appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week and, depending on who you ask, either delivered a profound speech that changed daytime television forever…or waffled for eight minutes about how dressing people in overpriced Star Wars costumes will somehow end all suffering in the world. Stephen Colbert clearly thought the latter.

Poking fun at Kanye’s exploits for the second time this year, The Late Show host delivered his own Yeezy-esque stream-of-consciousness — only Colbert’s plan to change the world revolves around the indisputably important issue of hot dog buns. Cough up, Zuckerberg.

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Just moments after her new album dropped, Ariana Grande appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday. Originally taped last week, the singer served as musical guest, taking to the Sony Outdoor Stage to perform the lead single and title tack off her album, Dangerous Woman. Featuring appearances by Nicki Minaj, Lil’ Wayne, Future, and Macy Gray, Dangerous Woman can be purchased here and streamed here.

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50 Cent can troll with the best of ’em (just ask Rick Ross or Meek Mill), but that doesn’t mean he can’t poke fun at himself. In this hilarious commercial for online booking company Hostelworld, dubbed “In Da Hostel,” Curtis Jackson plays along in a parody of MTV Cribs, the show where he famously flaunted his (former) luxurious Connecticut mansion. Making light of his recent bankruptcy (no, that doesn’t mean he’s flat broke), 50 takes us on a tour of Barcelona youth hostel that boasts 12,000 square feet, a foosball table and plenty of “dope-ass books.” It’s by no means a crappy spot, but it’s not exactly the lavish lifestyle 50’s used to either. If you can’t laugh at yourself…

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After winning “Artist of the Year” at the Webby Awards, Kanye West caught up with good friend Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show on Wednesday afternoon (May 18). The artist/designer sat down with Ellen and discussed fatherhood, his son Saint West, if more kids are on the way, Kim Kardashian’s idea of Kanye having a Twitter advisor, and asking Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg for $1 billion.

In classic Kanye fashion, the 38-year-old went into an animated 8-minute stream-of-consciousness where he touched on wanting resources to get his various ideas out into the world, the lack of diversity at the Oscars, having synesthesia, moments with President Obama, plus references Rakim’s “I Ain’t No Joke,” the late Phife Dawg, and aiming to be the “Michael Jackson of apparel.” On a lighter note, an enthusiastic Kanye went head-to-head with Ellen in one of her favorite games, the “5 Second Rule.”

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