Jimmy Fallon treats Tonight Show staff?

Jimmy Fallon.
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JIMMY Fallon treated his 'Tonight Show' team to a feast as a 'thank you' for their work.

The chat show host reportedly showed his gratitude to 120 members of staff by ordered food and alcohol for the whole crew.

According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, Jimmy made the gesture after finishing filming at the Rockefeller Centre in New York.

He is said to have ordered hundreds of cheeseburgers and a side of onion rings from Pop Burger, while there was also plenty of booze available too.

A source said that the comedian, 39, addressed his staff - including house band The Roots - through a microphone, thanking them for all their hard work in contributing to his success.

Jimmy took over the 'Tonight Show' in February, but last month he insisted becoming a father to Winnie Rose, who was born via a surrogate last July, had made 2014 a truly "amazing" year for him.

He previously said: "This has been the craziest year of my life. But being a father is the most exciting, amazing thing that ever happened to me.

"And everything's going well on the show. My life has never been this cool."

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