Jimmy Fallon felt sorry to his fellows over accusations highlighted in 'Rolling Stone' published on Thursday, for a harsh work atmosphere at 'The Tonight Show,' showing Jimmy Fallon.
After a Zoom Call with staff members of 'The Tonight Show' took place when the story was published, Jimmy Fallon said he didn't like to generate that type of environment for the show. It was disclosed by a follow-up tale through Rolling Stone, mentioning unknown workers present during a call.
The CNN group has reached out to Fallon's representatives, and an NBC spokesperson referred CNN to the network's statement to print the original report of 'Rolling Stone.'
Following the article of Rolling Stone, 'It is uncomfortable and an employee claimed Jimmy Fallon that he feels so bad.' The article continued to quote Fallon, 'Sorry if I mortified you and your beloved family and colleagues. I feel so bad that I cannot even express you'.
Jimmy Fallon Wants The Show To Be Enjoyed And Fun, Inclusive To Everyone!
Jimmy Fallon said that he wants the show to be delightful and fun and must be inclusive to everyone. He continued to say that it must be the best show. In an original tale, 16, the former and current employees explained a harsh work atmosphere on 'The Tonight Show' that, in a few cases, they say was detrimental and affected their mental well-being.
Read more claims at Dailypopmix.com and keep updated with the daily Celebrity Gossip. The individuals weren't found with the names in the story, highlighting fear of professional consequences. CNN has just autonomously verified all their claims.
The Official Statement Made By NBC Regarding Employee Concerns!
The NBC Statement reads that they're incredibly proud of 'The Tonight Show,' and offering a peaceful and respected working atmosphere is their big concern. It continued, 'Since at any workplace, we've had workers to raise issues, those will be examined and appropriate actions will be taking place.'
'As is our standard practice, we strongly encourage employees to report any instances where they have encountered or witnessed behavior that contradicts our policies. This allows us to take appropriate measures in addressing these concerns, NBC's statement reads.
Jimmy Fallon Was Spotted On 'Strike Force Five' Podcast With Fellows, John Oliver And More!
In 2020, Jimmy Fallon faced backlash when an old clip from a "Saturday Night Live" sketch resurfaced. In the sketch, he had impersonated Chris Rock while wearing blackface.
Jimmy Fallon marked an apology when a clip of the sketch, originally aired in 2000 on 'SNL', reappeared over the social media platform and encouraged criticism. In coming weeks, Jimmy Fallon was spotted on a podcast of the 'Strike Force Five' with his colleagues of late-night hosts, including Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Seth Meyers, and Jimmy Kimmel, when their shows faced dark imprints during the forthcoming strikes of writers.
The ongoing process generated by the podcast will go out of the working staff from the respective hosts. Continue to read more engaging Hollywood gossip at Dailypopmix.com, and stay tuned!