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Paul Simon, Jimmy Fallon and Stomp Play 'Cecilia': Late Last Night

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Apr 07, 2011 | 5:40am EDT

Jimmy Fallon is living the dream. On Late Night last night, he and Paul Simon played a rendition of the Simon & Garfunkel classic "Cecilia" with the performance group Stomp providing the beat -- and it was nothing short of awesome.

Also on Late Night, Fallon talked with Donald Glover about an interesting Twitter experience that Glover had lately: watching and twitpic-ing people having sex in Bank of America in Manhattan. Eesh.

Danny McBride chatted with Conan about insulting British people with his accent in Your Highness and the inception of the movie. Apparently, he came up with the idea of a drunk and high Lord of the Rings-style quest when, well, he was (probably) drunk and high.

Don Rickles stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to share what he really thinks of Regis Philbin, and what he really thinks is that he's like Charlie Sheen and he's "got a problem," except the only problem is that we don't really understand what he means.

Matthew Morrison talked with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show about how NYU's Tisch School of Arts gave him an extremely prestigious alumni award. There's one major problem: he didn't graduate!

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