Who's the real king of late night: Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy Kimmel? | The Tylt
Who's the real king of late night: Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy Kimmel?
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" launched in early 2014, and Fallon definitely brought his goofy sense of humor to the late-night show. "Wheel of Musical Impressions," "Slow Jam the News," and "Name That Song" are some of his popular recurring segments. Fallon often does sing-alongs, dance routines and other fun activities with his celebrity guests—making his show something fun to watch.
Watch Christina Aguilera's popular Wheel of Musical Impressions segment below.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" started in 2003, but the show's popularity grew over time. Kimmel takes another approach to his comedy. He often pokes fun at celebrities and public figures; he plays tricks on his guests and others. He even has celebrities read mean tweets about themselves.
One of Kimmel's most popular annual segments is having parents trick their children into believing they ate all of their Halloween candy and videotaping the reactions. While some might say Kimmel has a wicked sense of humor, most argue the jokes are in good fun.
Watch one of the popular Halloween segments below.