Tonight Show February 7 2013
The Tonight Show February 7 2013 featured a musical performance of Hunter Hayes “Somebody’s Heartbreak,” along with guest chats featuring Oscar nominated actress Amy Adams and comedian Adam Carolla. Here are some highlights from the show.
The Tonight Show: Hunter Hayes
Hunter Hayes is a young and rising country music star who was honored with a CMA for Male Vocalist of the Year. This weekend, he is up for three Grammys, including best new artist. Hunter visited The Tonight Show to perform from his self-titled first album.
Jay Leno: Hunter Hayes Somebody’s Heartbreak
The band’s set was covered in chalkboard lyrics, which were all over the piano, drum kit, and even Hunter’s guitar. Hunter and his band performed “Somebody’s Heartbreak,” one of those country songs that is the secret to the success of young artists: a wisdom or insight seemingly beyond your years.
Tonight Show: Hunter Hayes Grammy Nominations
Hunter Hayes will definitely be a presence at the upcoming Grammy Awards, where he could take home up to three awards on Sunday, February 10 2013. Be sure to check out his album, Hunter Hayes, to hear more of his music.
The Tonight Show: California Gas Prices, Monopoly Makeover & IRS Suit
The Tonight Show monologue touched on rising California gas prices that are putting drivers everywhere in dire straits, as well as the Monopoly makeover to update the classic board game for modern times.
Tonight Show Off The Wall: Diaper Hoax and Jay Leno Look Alikes
Check out some Jay Leno look alikes and hear a Valentine’s Day-themed song by Country Bob, with lyrics assembled from viewer Facebook submissions about bad breakups.
Tonight Show: Amy Adams Man of Steel, Stage Fright & The Master Review
Actress Amy Adams revealed that she has stage fright. But her dreams of becoming Lois Lane will be realized in summer 2013’s Superman movie, Man of Steel. In the meantime, will she win an Oscar for The Master?
Tonight Show: Adam Carolla Long Snapper, Overhead Bins & Marco Polo
Speaking of updating old games, Adam Carolla suggested a revision to Marco Polo. He also shared advice for those looking to cheat at football and complained about his travel accommodations.