VIDEO: Martin Short, Jerry Seinfeld & Miranda Compete in Pictionary on TONIGHT SHOW!

On last night's TONIGHT SHOW, Jimmy Fallon and Martin Short teamed up to compete with Jerry Seinfeld and Miranda Sings in a game of Pictionary.

Also on the show, Short talks to Jimmy about his memoir, I Must Say, and the trouble with using SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE crew members for character inspiration.

Then, as a Tonight Show bonus, Jimmy sits down with legendary Hollywood host Jiminy Glick (Martin Short) to talk about Saturday Night Live, donuts, and Justin Timberlake.

Check out all the clips below!

MIRANDA SINGS! is an Internet character created in 2008 by American comedian, actress and singer Colleen Ballinger. Delivered with a sassy attitude, Ballinger displays videos of the comically talentless, egotistical and quirky character on her Youtube channel. On these videos, the character sings badly and rants about her critics, the "haters". Ballinger also featured the character on a second Youtube channel, where the character is popularly known to discuss a topic or gives a tutorial of the day.

Miranda Sings currently has over 275 million YouTube views and 2.7 million subscribers, and those totals are growing rapidly. See:

The character's channel is ranked #7 among YouTube comedy channels:

Ballinger has performed her one-woman show to sold-out cabaret rooms and theaters in New York, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Dublin, and Sydney.

About The Tonight Show

In 2014, "The Tonight Show" returned to its New York origins when "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" made its broadcast debut from Studio 6B in Rockefeller Center. Emmy Award- and Grammy Award-winning comedian Jimmy Fallon brings a high-tempo energy to the storied NBC franchise with his welcoming interview style, love of audience participation, spot-on impersonations and innovative sketches.

An American television institution for almost 60 years, "The Tonight Show" continues to be a home to big-name celebrity guests and a stage for top musical and comedic talent. Taking a cue from his unforgettable predecessors, including hosts Johnny Carson and Jay Leno, Fallon carrys on the tradition that audiences know and love - kicking off every show with the iconic "Tonight Show" monologue. Known for his huge online presence, Fallon will brings along with him many of the popular segments, celebrity sketches and musical parodies that fans have grown to love on "Late Night," including #Hashtags, Thank You Notes and Slow Jam the News.

Photo: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC

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