Jimmy Fallon decided to do an actual duet (no lip sync) with actor Terry Crews while flexing their pectorals on "The Tonight Show." Fallon and Crews "nip synced" to the tune of Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder hit song, "Ebony and Ivory," displaying the former NFL star's muscular physique and the TV host's "buffed-up" body.
Terry Crews' physique is one of his signature characteristics used in previous different film and movie roles. Crews' intimidating appearance was often used for comedy, which he showcases for the Tonight Show's first ever "Nip Sync Duet."
Fallon and Crews sang their nip sync duet while flexing chest muscles throughout the song, which Crews performed effortlessly while Fallon kept pace with his digitally imposed body double for his part. At first glance of the video, viewers might get fooled and surprised seeing Fallon shirtless in the show, sporting a buff body. But a few minutes later in to the video, it'll be noticeable how his digitally imposed head moves awkwardly weird from the body, thus showing everyone that it's an obvious body double.
Crews was known for his appearances in Old Spice commercials, and different roles in various films. He played as Julius in the sitcom, "Everybody Hates Chris," and roles in "Arrested Development," and "The Newsroom." His also played unforgettable roles in films like "White Chicks," "Idiocracy," "The Expendables," and more.
"Crews was promoting his work in the new movie "Blended" with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, which hits theaters on Friday," reported Huffington Post. He is currently in the cast of Fox's TV comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and will soon be the new host of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?"
Watch Fallon and Crews Nip Sync Duet below.
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