Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd Lip Sync Battle
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Are you ready to see Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd lay it all on the line to become the winner of this epic Lip Sync Battle?
The two men face in one of Jimmy’s famous Lip Sync Battles, in which both contestants take turns singing two songs each, lip syncing as best as they can. A winner is to be chosen at the end of both songs, factoring in how well they made it look like they were singing the song as well as their stage presence. If you’ve ever seen one of these before, then you know how incredibly entertaining it can be and how competitive Jimmy gets.
To start off, Paul sings Tina Turner’s “You Better Be Good to Me.” He kicks off the battle with a bang, emulating Tina’s breathy delivery and giving his performance a whole lot of sass and attitude. To follow up, Jimmy dives into his lip sync rendition of Foreigner’s “Jukebox Hero,” which causes him to flail around and dance around with the microphone. It’s certainly a very strong performance.
Paul steps up to the mic a second time and decides to blow Jimmy out of the water by performing Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now,” sans microphone. He channels Freddie Mercury’s energy and style as he sashays around the stage, shooting looks at the cameras at all of the right moments. His performance is so good that Jimmy concedes and declares him the winner!
Watch the stellar battle in the video above and tell us who you thought should have won!