On Tuesday, Feb. 25 Paul Rudd rendered Jimmy Fallon speechless … sort of. When the comical guest star appeared on The Tonight Show, he challenged the new host to an impressive lip sync battle featuring classic tunes from legends like Tina Turner and Queen.
Rudd, 44, started off the competition with Turner's "You Better Be Good to Me," and though it provided several laughs, Fallon, 39, turned up the heat with Foreigner's "Juke Box Hero."
But it was the Anchorman 2 star's rendition of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now," complete with leaps, jazz hands, pelvic thrusts, and butt slaps that brought the house down. Viral video maker Fallon immediately conceded to his guest's stellar performance, literally bowing down to him.
This new video is yet another clip in a series of viral videos from Fallon's Tonight Show debut. Other memorable performances include Fallon and Justin Timberlake's "History of Rap" and Fallon and Will Smith's "Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing" videos.
Watch the video above and tell Us if you think it compares to his other performances!