-What is next for you? What would you like to do
that you haven’t done? -I mean, there’s a lot.
I really — I really — My biggest dream,
like, of all time would be to host late night. That’d kind of be —
[ Cheers and applause ] I grew up watching it
with my family, all the late-night shows. My biggest fear watching it
was my palms get really sweaty. And I would always watch — I was like, they have to shake
everybody’s hand that comes on. And that was, like,
the most stressful thing, just thinking about, “Okay,
if I have a late-night show, I know I have to greet everybody
with a handshake. And then I realized
that you don’t shake — Usually when a woman comes on
the show, you give her a hug. So I think my way out of it
would be to have a show that’s just all women
because I get so anxious — so anxious shaking hands.
-Yeah. -Did you feel my hand
when I walked up? Was it sweaty?
-No, my hands are sweaty, so I was going to ask you
the same thing. -Really?
-Yeah. -Hold on, I’ve always wanted
to feel your hands. [ Laughter ]
-They’re a little bit — They’re a little bit moist.
-Yeah. -Or mine are so wet that it’s
just kind of coming back. -It’s like a wave.
-Like, splashing me. -It’s waving, waving.
It’s, like, clapping. That was a good little whop
when we came in there, yeah. -But, yeah, I’d love to do
late night at some point. -If you’d like, you could sit
here and throw to commercial. -Oh.
[ Cheers and applause ] Right there?
-Yeah. Come over here. You have to just read
the cue card there. -I can do it.
-Yeah, okay. -Wow.
This all happened so quickly. -Yeah, so fast.
-First time on late night. -Oh, my gosh, this is
my first time as a guest. -Okay. Jimmy Fallon, everybody! -Thank you.
[ Cheers and applause ] You’re the best.
Thank you. -Check out my YouTube channel, and we’ll be right back
with some “Tonight Show.” Stick around.