Jimmy Fallon Sings “Let’s Dance” In ‘SNL’ Monologue – WATCH VIDEO
Jimmy Fallon opened his “SNL” monologue by saying it was going to be a party and then sang David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” while dancing with the show’s cast and Harry Styles. See the video below of Fallon’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.
This marks the third time the former cast member has hosted “SNL.” Fallon, who was on the sketch comedy series from 1998-2004, made his “Saturday Night Live” hosting debut in December 2011. For his first monologue, he grabbed a guitar and sang a song about Christmas, as well as about how it was good to be “home” at “Saturday Night Live.”
Fallon returned to host “SNL” in December 2013. Again, he sang during his monologue. That time, he performed “Joy To The World” while doing impressions of David Bowie, Bob Dylan, and Paul McCartney. While mimicking the former Beatle, McCartney himself got onstage and critiqued Fallon’s impersonation. The two then sang, “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”
Of course, in addition to hosting “SNL” a couple of times before, Fallon has returned to the show on several occasions for cameos in sketches. Earlier this season, he and Tina Fey played two undecided female voters from suburban Philadelphia who debated the pros and cons of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on “Weekend Update,” just a month before the presidential election.
A few hours before the show, Fallon tweeted, “It’s finally here!!! SNL LIVE tonight – me and Harry Styles! Live in every time zone for the first time in SNL history. Excited!” Check out the video below of Jimmy Fallon singing David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” with the cast and Harry Styles during his monologue.