Jimmy Fallon Debuts ‘At Home’ Special, Sings Quarantine-Themed ‘St. Patrick’s Day’ Song: Watch

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'The Tonight Show: At Home Edition'

Can’t get to work? No worries. Get it done from home. With the coronavirus threat looming large, The Tonight Show star Jimmy Fallon is taking it in-house for a new series on his show’s YouTube channel.

The late-night star aired the first edition of The Tonight Show: At Home Edition on Tuesday night (March 17), giving viewers a glimpse of Fallon as a dorky, regular dad and husband. “I wanted to put something out there for you guys so we could have some levity in these bizarre times,” he explained at the top.

The 10-minute special was filmed by his wife and featured his dog and kids, a monologue, and the debut of a new song about kicking-back on St. Patrick’s Day, while staying the heck away from everyone.

“So kiss me I’m Irish, but stay six feet away. ‘cause no one wants to get the virus on St. Patrick’s Day,” sang Fallon, wearing an appropriately green sweater.

Fallon has pledged to create an episode each night until COVID-19 is no longer a problem, and he’ll pay tribute to a charity on each occasion. This time, it was Feeding America.

The New Yorker has been doing his bit to educate viewers during the health crisis. On Monday, he shared the “Wash Your Hands” song.

Watch the first episode of Fallon At Home below.