5 Ways Jimmy Fallon Could Make The 2017 Golden Globes More Fun

By JENALYN AGUILAR , Aug 03, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

Soon as the news broke that the 2017 Golden Globes tapped a new host in the comedic glamour of John Fallon, almost everyone keeps their enthusiasm high as we know what this famous comedian can do in the prestigious awards night.

Here are 5 (expected) and innovative ways Jimmy Fallon could do that will absolutely make the Golden Globes more entertaining:

1. Jump - Start The Show With A Lively Musical Number

Fallon is likely to open the show with a musical number packed with top rated artists and celebrities. When he hosted the 2010 Emmys, he shifted from the conventional hosting by greeting the crowd with energetic songs and funny convos along with the famous cast of "Glee," Tina Fey and John Hamm.

2. Spearhead Games Patterned On His Hit Show "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"

By bringing over some of his show's popular games like Catchphrase and a Lip Sync Battle, celebrities and guests on the upcoming Golden Globes are assured of loads of happiness and amusement.

3. Exchanging Thank You Notes In Between Guests

When Jimmy exchanged thank you notes with President Barrack Obama on the former's show, it became an instant hit to millions of viewers worldwide. Considering that the Golden Globes ceremony will be filled with big time guests, it's a sure thing that Fallon can please them with his candor and brilliance.

4. Accommodate The Audience With His Brand Of Comedy

There's no better way of putting more fun in an awards night like that of Golden Globes than infusing charisma and wit on the floor. And yes, Jimmy Fallon surely knows how to paint smiles and laughter on his guests. Every compiled video of his late night show is a testimony on his accomplished role being a comedian and a host.

5. Play More Games

More games mean more fun. Entertainment would be at its best degree next year when guests are called to join surprising games that only Mr. Fallon can pull off. Do you remember the Password game he played with Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Carrell and Reese Witherspoon on his show? No doubt it raked 12 million views as of this writing.

Do you wish to forward time and be in the guest list of the 2017 Golden Globes?

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