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Jimmy Fallon Storms the Stage to Accept Stephen Colbert's Win at Emmys 2014!

Jimmy Fallon Storms the Stage to Accept Stephen Colbert's Win at Emmys 2014!

Jimmy Fallon listens while Stephen Colbert whispers his acceptance speech into Jimmy‘s ear at the 2014 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles.

The 39-year-old Tonight Show host hijacked the stage after Gwen Stefani pronounced Stephen‘s last name wrong saying: “This is unbelievable, she said it wrong, so there must be a mistake. It’s just very interesting. I want to see the envelope.”

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Earlier in the show, Jimmy also awarded Julia-Louis Dreyfus with the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series — after she had a sneak-attack kiss from Bryan Cranston.

Also at the awards, Jimmy Kimmel, who presented Allison Janney with the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series award for her work on Mom.

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2 Responses to “Jimmy Fallon Storms the Stage to Accept Stephen Colbert's Win at Emmys 2014!”

  1. 1
    Amy Says:

    Umm… I love Colbert so where’s the video clip?

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    Jimmy Fallon isn't Funny Says:

    How much longer is the general public going to tolerate Fallon? He isn’t funny, and this stunt – scripted or not – exposes his tiara envy, and the fact that he believes the lie that COMCAST/NBC has been foisting since his launch – that he’s the second coming of Johnny Carson.

    He is like a hybrid of Adam Sandler, Mike Myers (though not nearly as talented), and Paulie Shore. His work has a relatively short shelf life, and as these millennials who love him mature, he will be relegated to a segment of VH1′s future “Remember the 2010s”.

    There’s only so much popculture gimmicky beerpong games and other stunts you can do on a show like that. Colbert will smash him in prime time.

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