It finally happened. Jimmy Fallon celebrated his conversion from Late Night to The Tonight Show with a heartfelt introduction and a few of his friends: a concert with U2 on the roof of 30 Rock, dancing “The Carlton” with Will Smith and tributes from Robert DeNiro, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Lady Gaga and Joan Rivers.
Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. braved the New York City skyline atop 30 Rock, where they jammed alongside the Rutgers University marching band for the band’s latest single “Invisible.” Bono screamed “It’s good to be back!” to the crowd over a poetically timed Big Apple sunset.
At the end of the show, the band joined Fallon inside with an acoustic performance of the Oscar-nominated song “Ordinary Love.” The Roots chimed in, Bono threw some lyrical nods to Questlove, and Will Smith showed off those moves again.
Check it all out below.