Tom Hanks and Jimmy Fallon Perform "Kid Theater" on 'The Tonight Show' + More Friday Scoop

Plus, Nick Cannon hosts a benefit concert for St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children in New York City.

Tom Hanks and Jimmy Fallon's "Kid Theater" on last night's The Tonight Show was pretty life-giving. Tom Hanks remained unflappable as he read scenes written by children based on the name (and only the name) of his new film Bridge of Spies.

  • Nick Cannon hosted a benefit concert for St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children at New York City's Hard Rock Cafe Thursday night—titled Nick Cannon ROCKS Times Square for St. Mary’s Kids—and it included performances from Nelly and Kehlani. On the red carpet, Nick urged children battling medical challenges who want to pursue a career in entertainment to never say the word "can't" and always show courage. "I think we can take some lessons from these young people," Nick said. "Everyone has to deal with something."
  • You have to listen to One Direction's new song "Perfect;" Harry Styles allegedly wrote it about Taylor Swift.
  • Get a sneak peek of Amy Schumer's HBO special, which airs this Saturday (Oct.17) at 10 p.m. [E! Online]
  • Justin Theroux and Jimmy Kimmel spoofed the viral video of the drunk University of Connecticut student who angrily demanded macaroni and cheese at a dining hall. And it's everything. []
  • Katie Holmes posted this adorable throwback photo of herself on Instagram. Ohio days!
  • The Kardashian and Jenner sisters' apps have gone silent as they cope with Lamar Odom's current condition. []
  • In a new interview with Billboard magazine, Lady Gaga reveals she suffers from depression "every single day." []
  • Kate Hudson looks stunning on the cover of Allure magazine.
  • Check out the latest trailer for Ratchet & Clank. It his theaters April 29, 2016.