Jimmy Fallon and the rest of The Tonight Show returned to Rockefeller Center in New York City to film in front of a live audience. The show has gone virtual since it shut down in March of last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but now it seems we're having a welcome return to normalcy.


This marks the first late night program to return to a live audience format, with a socially distanced crowd of masked individuals enjoying the live performance.

And seriously, who's better to welcome back a studio audience than Jimmy Fallon and Andy Cohen?

Cohen, the featured guest on the show's return episode, remarked later that roughly 58 people were present in the crowd.

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