Jimmy Fallon Got Mistaken For Jimmy Kimmel By A Die-Hard Fan

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The Kelly Clarkson Show published this video item, entitled “Jimmy Fallon Got Mistaken For Jimmy Kimmel By A Die-Hard Fan” – below is their description.

Jimmy Fallon enjoys walking to work in New York City, and every now and then he gets recognized by fans on the street. One of his favorite encounters was the time he talked with a fan for over 20 minutes, only to find out she thought he was Jimmy Kimmel the entire time! Tune in tomorrow for more with Jimmy Fallon.

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