"We are going to the Super Bowl!" crowed "Tonight Show" star Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night.

Fallon will present a live telecast Sunday, Feb. 4 from the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, just a few blocks away from the home of the Big Game. The special episode will air after the recap, a new episode of "This Is Us," and the late local news.

Fallon previously hosted a live show from Phoenix after Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.

No guests have been announced, but don't be surprised if Justin Timberlake, the game's half-time performer, bounces over to join his buddy for late-night antics.

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You can also now count the Dave Matthews Band as part of your Super Bowl week entertainment. The enduringly popular and jammy Virginia rockers have been booked to play the so-called Night Before concert at Xcel Energy Center on Feb. 3. Tickets will be sold at regular DMB prices, $67-$127, and available to the general public via Ticketmaster starting Friday at 10 a.m. Co-presented by CBS Radio and the NFL's hospitality partner, On Location Experiences, the Night Before show is a regular warm-up gig for Super Bowl goers and folks in their host cities. Metallica performed before the big game in San Francisco in 2016.

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awards: The 2017 Glamour Women of the Year Awards was full of winners, including supermodel Gigi Hadid, astronaut Peggy Whitson, U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, Syrian refugee Muzoon Almellehan, and Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, to name but a few. The biggest ovation went to 79-year-old Waters, D-Calif., who delighted the crowd — including hundreds of cheering young girls — with a rousing speech that ended on a very political note. "Impeach him," she exhorted the audience. "Impeach 45! Impeach 45!"

Fired: NBC News says it has fired Matt Zimmerman, its top talent booker, for "inappropriate conduct" with more than one woman at the network. Zimmerman used to be in charge of arranging guests for the "Today" show, but in 2014 was promoted to vice president and led the behind-the-scenes unit responsible for such bookings at all NBC News programs. The network didn't give any details Tuesday about Zimmerman's behavior, only that he violated company policy. The network acted in response to internal complaints.

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