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Bruce Springsteen on Jimmy Fallon: Overview and Videos

posted Jan 15, 2014, 7:21 AM by Brandon Thompson   [ updated Jan 15, 2014, 8:33 AM ]
ImageI must say it was quite a funny night last night when Bruce Springsteen appeared on Jimmy Fallon's late night show. The interview was classic Bruce with laughs and with life lesson quotes. Bruce ended up playing two songs on television which were "High Hopes" and "Heaven's Wall." Click here to watch "Heaven's Wall" now, you can also find a special performance of "Just Like Fire Would" on this page as well. Bruce and Jimmy also did a parody of the song Born to Run but changed the lyrics to make fun of the NJ bridge scandal involving Chris Christie, video is below and is pictured to the right. This will go down as one of the funnier moments, I'm from NJ and maybe that is why it made it funnier to me but I'm sure many others will find it just as funny. Not to mention, Bruce seemed like he somehow got in better shape and looked thinner. Jimmy Fallon joked that Bruce beat him in a push-up contest in which they did show film from during the show, at one point in the video Jimmy just collapses and Bruce keeps on doing push-ups. It really tuned out to be a great episode and one that Bruce fans will really enjoy. One of my favorite moments was during the Twitter Q&A where fans could submit questions and the last one was "would you rather fight 100 duck sized horses or 1 horse sized duck?" Bruce actually sat there for a good 10-20 seconds thinking about an answer which just made it hilarious and then gave a polished, well thought out answer which made it even more funnier. Make sure you check out that video below. I have asked two people who were at the show if they are interesting in writing a review for the blog so if you're interested keep checking back as this post may be edited. Check out some videos from last night below!

Born to Run Parody (Chris Christie Scandal
Hilarious "Horse-Sized Duck Question"
Twitter Questions
Part of Interview
Click here for a 15 minute long video with the interview.

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