Jimmy Fallon has found that self-isolation has only reaffirmed his family bond.
The 45-year-old late-night host spoke to the Today show about continuing The Tonight Show from his home, as TV productions shut down amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
For the new home show, he’s called on his daughters Frances Cole, 5, and Winnie Rose, 6, as well as his wife Nancy Juvonen to help improvise an iteration of the late-night staple.
Fallon says that the experience has been “very bonding“, filled with lots of arts and crafts and, “It’s like getting to know everybody. It’s bizarre.” He does add that being so close with his family can sometimes be “a lot.”
But the close time together has only reaffirmed the love that they all have with each other, “Me and my wife were talking, we were like: ‘We actually like each other! We chose well!’”