‘Saturday Night Live’ Recap: Jimmy Fallon Dances Like Everybody’s Watching

‘Saturday Night Live’ Recap: Jimmy Fallon Dances Like Everybody’s Watching
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To properly celebrate the occasion of Saturday Night Live‘s first-ever coast-to-coast live telecast, Studio 8H blasted out the sounds of David Bowie from sea to shining sea. Dispensing with the traditional monologue, host Jimmy Fallon instead led an elaborate song-and-dance number scored to the dearly departed rock icon’s 1983 favorite, “Let’s Dance.” It was a curtain raiser that Fallon owed, in part, to his “History of Rap” collaborator, Justin Timberlake, who earned major kudos for kicking off this year’s Oscar ceremony with an infectious rendition of his own hit, “Can’t Stop the Feeling.” But it was also a canny live TV stunt that was best experienced in real time, with the country singing and Tweeting along. Luckily, NBC cleared the musical licensing fees so it can be watched as a video clip the morning after, thus ensuring that if you missed SNL last night, you’re not SOL.

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