Jimmy Fallon goes live from Minneapolis

Minneapolis' Orpheum Theatre plays host to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Sunday after the Super Bowl.

MINNEAPOLIS - Jimmy Fallon gave Minnesota an exciting end to Super Bowl weekend when he hosted The Tonight Show live from Minneapolis Sunday night.

He gathered a crew of all-stars at the Orpheum Theatre with Justin Timberlake, Dwayne Johnson and the cast of "This Is Us" as his guests.

Fallon even did a special musical shout-out to Minnesota with a Bob Dylan impersonation in which he sang "The Times They Are A Changin'" in full Dylan garb.

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Before the show started, fans had put in their time waiting in the cold to get into the theater, some reporting long lines that didn't move all that fast.

Fans said they waited in long lines Sunday morning to get their tickets, and again in the cold temperatures Sunday night to actually get in.

During Timberlake's second performance of the night, he welcomed Chris Stapleton to the stage to help perform "Say Something," off his new album.

While he was in Minnesota, Fallon also spent time in the KARE 11 Warming House and dined with a Champlin family. That Champlin family was invited to the Tonight Show host's show on Sunday, as well.