Jimmy Fallon has grown pretty comfortable being the one behind the desk on "Late Night," but he shifted to the other side as a guest on "Late Show." The comedians talked about how the part of their job that requires them to make fun of celebrities can lead to some pretty awkward moments.
In particular, Fallon talked about running into Bruce Jenner at the Olympics, admitting he was like a scared little girl. According to Fallon, he literally pleaded with his assistant for them to go the other way to avoid the gold medalist. Fallon had made some digs about Jenner's plastic surgery on his show.
Then Fallon replayed what went down at a food table. "He comes over, I go, ‘Hey take care, Bruce!’ He goes, ‘Stop saying sh*t about my face.'"
Jimmy Fallon's usual haunt is "Late Night," weeknights at 12:37 a.m. ET on NBC, while "Late Show" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.
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