Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Episode: Ariana Grande

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It is accompanied with the #DameTuCosita challenge, which features people trying to recreate the dance. “Dumb Ways to Die” – A music video featuring “a variety of cute characters killing themselves in increasingly idiotic ways” that went viral through sharing and social media. It was part of a public service announcement advertisement campaign by Metro Trains in Melbourne, Australia to promote rail safety. “Yodeling Walmart Boy” — A video of Mason Ramsey yodeling to Lovesick Blues in his local Walmart. This version also made the original song peak at number 3 on the Spotify Top 50 viral charts. The song also led Mason to be on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, have a concert at his own Walmart, and perform at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Jimmy Fallon has been secretly recording a Christmas song, and its video, with Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion, and he merrily debuted the final product on Tuesday’s Tonight Show, a few hours before its official release. Before showing the video for “It Was A… ,” Fallon described how it came about, starting as a joke song while he was messing around in Manhattan’s Electric Lady Studios in August. On April 25, 2018, Grande appeared on The Tonight Show for the entire May 1 episode, including a performance of “No Tears Left To Cry”, the lead single from her album, Sweetener. She later appeared on May 13, 2018 to perform “No Tears Left To Cry” in partnership with Nintendo’s new game Nintendo Labo.

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After all, the Tonight Show host has the new pandemic-era holiday song “It Was A… ” alongside pop powerhouses Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion, which debuts on Billboard‘s Holiday Digital Song Sales chart this week. Plus, a parody song he co-created as a Saturday Night Live castmember back in 2000, “I Wish It Was Christmas Today,” landed at No. 34 on Billboard‘s 100 Best Christmas Songs of All Time. Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion gave Jimmy Fallon the gift of appearing on his very 2021 COVID pandemic-appropriate Christmas song “It Was A… Fallon explained that it was Grande who suggested Megan do the rap portion of the song. The three really went all out shooting the music video for it, which you can watch below.

Trololo – A 1976 televised performance of Russian singer Eduard Khil lip-syncing the song I Am Glad to Finally Be Home (Я очень рад, ведь я, наконец, возвращаюсь домой). The video’s first mainstream appearance was on The Colbert Report, on 3 March 2010; since then, its popularity has escalated, occasionally being used as part of a bait-and-switch prank, similar to Rickrolling. “Nyan Cat” – A video of an animated cat running through space, accompanied with a UTAU song which the lyrics are simply “Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!”.

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It is a reworking of the original version from 2003 by Andy’s Val Gourmet, who is credited as ‘Andy’s Val’ on the release. The song gained attention online when the chorus was used on a YTMND page by the name of “Ualuealuealeuale” which was created sometime in late 2005. Chacarron Macarron became viral on the Internet owing to its nonsensical lyrics and odd music video. “Hello” – Adele’s song released in October 2015 was a major digital commercial success being the first song to sell 1 million units within a week of its release. Its video, which primarily features Adele’s singing her song through a telephone conversation, led to several mashups with other songs, including Lionel Richie’s song of the same name which had a similar theme to its video. Further, as of February 2018, the video holds the record for the fastest time to reach one billion views on YouTube, reaching this within 88 days of its release.

“Chinese Food” – A song and music video by Alison Gold recorded with the controversial ARK Music Factory, the same company behind Rebecca Black’s viral song “Friday”. The song was called “The New Friday” as well as being called racist. “Chacarron Macarron” – Song by Panamanian artists Rodney Clark and Andres de la Cruz (also known as Andy’s Val Gourmet).

Back in 2015, Ari blew us away with her incredible sketch on Saturday Night Live. She kicked off with a flawless Britney Spears hit, before stunning viewers with an impeccable Shakira performance. She later brings out her legendary Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Shakira impersonations, and also adds a few new people into the mix, including Judy Garland and Evanescence’s Amy Lee. Another day, and another spectacular montage of impressions by Ariana Grande. Here she mimics British singer, Jessie J and rap queen Nicki Minaj (who she later collaborated with on Bang, Bang!). Lester Fabian Brathwaite of Entertainment Weekly commented that the song “brings all the retro ho-ho-holiday charm of a ‘Last Christmas’, very Wham! featuring George Michael vibes”.

This means there would be immense opportunities in her life but with several hurdles. The planet of communication, Mercury, is in Cancer and also falls in her partnership sector, which shows she demands total attention from her lover. The planet of rebellion, Uranus, and the planet of fantasy, Neptune, are conjunct on her ascendant. It makes her charming and famous, which undoubtedly she is through her music.

The video created the meme “You so fuckin’ precious when you smile” from a lyric in the song. The song also peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the music video has over 130 million views on YouTube. “Havana” — A song by Camila Cabello named after the Cuban city of where she was born. The song is the first song by a female artist since 1996 to top 3 multiple charts on Billboard. The official music video has over 1 billion views on YouTube, while its audio version has over 1.9 billion views as of December 2022.

Rickrolling – A phenomenon involving posting a URL in an Internet forum that appears to be relevant to the topic at hand, but is, in fact, a link to a video of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”. The practice originated on 4chan as a “Duckroll”, in which an image of a duck on wheels was what was linked to. The practice of Rickrolling became popular after April Fools’ Day in 2008 when YouTube rigged every feature video on its home page to Rick Astley’s song. The song is accompanied with the #RolexChallenge, which features people trying to replicate the dance.