Tonight Show Recap: Blake Lively, Brian Grazer, and Nate Bargatze

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All new Jimmy hosted three prominent stars that as always promised to bring a lot of fun and entertainment.

A nice wide range of guests featuring some newbies.

The beautiful actress Blake Lively was there to promote her new film, Brian Grazer a famed producer with his first book, and stand up from a young comedian Nate Bargatze who has already made some appearances on the show.

Not as much fire power compared to last night but honestly every night brings a lot of laughs.

Blake Lively known for a many a roles including roles in 'Gossip Girl' and 'The Town' was by to show off her new movie entitled 'The Age of Adaline.' The story, "A young woman, born at the turn of 20th century, is rendered ageless after an accident. After years of a solitary life, she meets a man who might be worth losing her immortality for." An interesting premise and a good date movie more than anything.

Harrison For also happens to be in the movie and Blake couldn't hold back her fan girl experience acting along side the legend.

(Blake Lively on working with Harrison Ford Below)

(Age of Adaline Trailer Below)

Brian Grazer is one of those show runners/producers you don't here all too much about but he is behind favorites like '24' and 'Friday Night Lights.' The man has produced over 120 projects and now has some wisdom for the masses in the form of a book.

'A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life' is the title and one would think that it would promise some insights as to how one man could be as successful as himself.

Consider this quote from Brian Grazer via the LA Times, "I think to myself, 'If I'm going to go deliver papers to Warren Beatty, I want to see Warren Beatty,'" Grazer said, to the crowd's laughter.

"So somebody would say, 'No, just deliver the papers, just drop them off,' and I'd say, 'No no, the only way the papers are valid is if I drop them off directly to Warren Beatty.' "

Finally was comedian Nate Bargatze who originates from Old Hickory, Tennessee. His special on Comedy Central is coming up on 5/2 but tonight it was time to convince people to actually watch it which I must say I will be considering his performance.

Backstage though Nate told the cameras his worst joke and how he had learned from it, take notes aspiring comedians.

(Nate Bargatze on the worst joke he has ever told Below)

An ever more diverse show tomorrow with Russel Crowe, Gov. Chris Christie, and Kenney Chesney preforms. Tune in 11:35 p.m. (eastern) for The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.