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Adam Sandler Debuts His 'Quarantine Song' on Fallon; Aniston and Kimmel Give $10K in Take-Out to a Nurse Who Tested Positive

By Dustin Rowles | TV | April 3, 2020 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | April 3, 2020 |


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Elsewhere in late night, Adam Sandler — who joined Conan on Monday — appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and debuted his “Quarantine Song,” which is a tribute to the doctors and nurses on the frontline.

Here Fallon does his Adam Sandler impression for his daughters (who love it) and talks with Sandler about the first time he asked to do an impression of him on SNL.

Meanwhile, over on Kimmel, Jennifer Aniston has not left her house in three weeks, and she’s doing just fine. She’s a natural-born agoraphobe. She also cleans a lot.

If you need a feel-good moment, here’s Kimmel and Aniston giving away $10,000 (of Postmates’ money) to a nurse in Utah who has tested positive and been separated from her very young daughters.

I wonder if every celebrity on the planet is wearing glasses for the same reason that so many of us are right now: Because we only have a limited number of contact lenses remaining, and we have no idea how long it will be before we can revisit the eye doctor and order more? I don’t know what it is like in other states — and it wasn’t like this when I was in NY, Massachusetts, or Arkansas — but here in Maine, a prescription for contact lenses only lasts one year, after which you have to visit the eye doctor again. My prescription has run out, and now I’m living on the remainders. It’s a real pain in the ass.




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