We wish these two had been principals at our high school! Jimmy Fallon and Gabrielle Union dressed up in some dorky outfits to play the roles of a couple of super-straight high school principals doing their morning announcements.
Passing out the notices to their students on the radio, Fallon and Union took turns to parody various chart-topping hits and give their students a musical interlude between messages.
One announcement to the kids was that their cell phones wouldn’t be working because the school has invested in a signal blocker. “You can’t use your Facebook at this school, ’cause we blocked it,” Union sang, doing her best The Weeknd impersonation. “Just talk face to face like humans do,” Fallon joined in. “Use your voicebox.”
Rihanna was the next to get the Fallon/Union treatment — and the “Bitch Better Have My Money” take was great! With a school trip ahead, there was just one student who hadn’t paid his fees, Mitch Henderson.
“Mitch better have my money,” the Top Five actress blasted, before standing up and getting really heated about the whole situation. “Pay me what you owe me, Mitch! Pay me what you owe me, Mitch!” she sang loudly, before Fallon managed to get her to chill out.
Watch the whole funny clip in the video above, and enjoy the grand finale — a rousing rendition of Silento’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” (or “If You Skip School I’ll Go Crae Crae!”).