You can always count on Jeff Goldblum. Look no further than his latest late-night TV appearance. While filling in for James Corden on The Late Late Show, he went the extra mile by writing and performing a jazzy little number with his Mildred Snitzer Orchestra — and even enlisted his wife Emilie as a dance partner. They weren’t the only dynamic duo on the air that night: Camila Cabello welcomed DaBaby for her … well, let’s say provocative performance of My Oh My on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. And Mark Ronson joined Anderson .Paak for the funky (and appropriately titled) number Then There Were Two from the movie Spies in Disguise on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Enjoy.