April 13, 2020

Jimmy Fallon's Daughter Winnie Adorably Interrupts Dad's Interview to Say She Lost a Tooth

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Jimmy Fallon was interviewing Ciara and Russell Wilson when his 6-year-old daughter, Winnie, interrupted the segment to share that she lost a tooth.

In the recent episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Jimmy talked with Ciara and Russell regarding their quarantine lifestyle and how their Why Not You Foundation is helping Feeding America support those affected by coronavirus until Winnie interfered with them with a piece of exciting news.

"Hold on. I'm sorry. What do you need to show me?" the 45-year-old host asked his daughter. "Wait, this is big news, guys, just tell them what happened."

Jimmy Fallon with daughters Franny and Winnie on April 3, 2020. | Photo: Getty Images



As Ciara and Russell applauded and yelled for her, Winnie gladly announced, "I lost a tooth!" The girl continued, explaining that her mother, Nancy Juvonen, took part in getting the tooth out. 

Winnie shared that her mom put a string around her tooth and attempted to haul it out, and afterward it worked. She then flaunted her tooth in a ziplock bag.

Jimmy and Nancy, 52, have another child named Franny, 5. As reported by ET, the adorable children have been making standard appearances on their dad's late-night television show since he began working from home


Russell Wilson and Ciara at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images


As reported by Today, Jimmy and Nancy initially met at "Saturday Night Live," where Jimmy was a cast member from 1998 until 2004. Nancy went with her friend Drew Barrymore, who was hosting the show that week, to the set at the time.


However, the sparks actually flew when the two met again. That happened on the set of Jimmy and Drew's 2005 rom-com "Fever Pitch."

Jimmy and Nancy were both instantly smitten with one another.



Drew and Nancy helped produce with Flower Films, the production company they co-founded. Jimmy and Nancy were both instantly smitten with one another. The "Fever Pitch" filming schedule constantly made it easy for them to mingle. 

The pair got together again in London following months of flirting on set. They then began dating and finally got married in December 2007. 


Meanwhile, Jimmy will co-host the worldwide fundraising special, "One World: Together at Home" with fellow hosts, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert, as reported by PEOPLE.

Popstar Lady Gaga recently revealed the fundraiser during her appearance at "The Tonight Show." The broadcast is in cooperation with Global Citizen and WHO.

Frontline doctors, nurses, and families from around the globe will be featured alongside celebrity appearances. The "One World: Together at Home" special will air on April 18.


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