Monday, November 20, 2017 | Updated at 9:09 PM ET

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Bernie Sanders' ever-increasing poll numbers neither surprise nor threaten her, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton said on Jan. 14; rather, they will make the race for their party's 2016 White House nomination "pretty exciting."

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A few celebrities were feeling positive.

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Last night Jimmy Fallon welcomed Colombian superstar Juanes to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he was the first-ever on the show to rock the stage in Spanish with his performance of La Luz off of his latest album, Loco de Amor. His music brings both English and Spanish-speaking fans to their feet, proving that songs in Spanish can resonate with both audiences.

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TV host and actor Jimmy Fallon stayed true to his word with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on taking the Polar Plunge on Sunday.

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The on-screen couple guested on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, serenading and flattering each other.

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His first guests were Amy Poehler and Joe Biden

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Former ‘N Sync star has once again postponed another concert due to health reasons. Could this mean that the singer-actor is going through some serious health-related troubles?

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This was the duo's fifth installment of the skit

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Jimmy Fallon makes his Tonight Show debut this Monday, replacing long time host Jay Leno.

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The comedian replaces Jay Leno at The Tonight Show

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The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks aren't the only ones getting ready for Super Bowl XLVIII. New York City is getting ready as well, and that includes the New York Giants, New York Jets, their fans, late night host Jimmy Fallon and model Kate Upton.

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Will Smith might just take the hot seat on the first episode of ‘Tonight Show’ with Jimmy Fallon slated to air February 17 on NBC.

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It’s the last episode of SNL this year and the crew ensured audiences of a star studded show including Madonna, Paul McCartney, Barry Gibb and even Mayor Bloomberg!

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The newest star to portray Batman says he can handle the critics.

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Fallon's latest TV show parody takes a trip down "Breaking Bad" memory lane.

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