Ariana Grande, Jimmy Fallon Lip-Sync Entire Conversation On ‘Tonight Show’ – WATCH VIDEO

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Ariana Grande and Jimmy Fallon lip-synced an entire conversation on Monday’s “Tonight Show.” The bit had Fallon visiting Grande in her dressing room, with the two discussing several topics by lip-syncing songs from more than a dozen artists, including Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Frank Sinatra, Rihanna, Zayn Malik, Sia, *NSYNC, and Grande herself. Watch the video below.

It began with Fallon knocking on Grande’s door and introducing himself as “Me, Myself & I” (G-Eazy, featuring Bebe Rexha). Grande then asked the talk show host, “What’s going on” by lip-syncing 4 Non Blondes’s “What’s Up?” She later noted she just posted a Throwback Thursday photo by singing Lukas Graham’s “7 Years.” Fallon said he similarly shared an old picture from when “I was 17,” while lip-syncing Sinatra’s “It Was A Very Good Year.”

After some talk about “Work,” using Rihanna’s song of the same name, there was a misunderstanding between Fallon and Grande, allowing the singer to lip-sync Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?” followed by the “Tonight Show” host, saying “Sorry.” From there, they discussed their weekend plans, which included Fallon saying he was going to Home Depot, where he was going to check out the lighting section and “swing from the chandelier” (lip-syncing Sia’s hit song). After Grande noted that seemed like “reckless behavior,” using Malik’s “Pillowtalk,” Fallon explained, via Grande’s own song, that it makes him feel like a “Dangerous Woman.”

For her part, Grande’s weekend plans included going to the beach where she was going to eat “Cake By The Ocean” (DNCE). She also lip-synced about building “Sandcastles” (Beyonce). When Fallon and Grande were done talking about the weekend they said “Bye Bye Bye” to each other, using *NSYNC’s hit song. Check out the video below of Ariana Grande and Jimmy Fallon lip-syncing a conversation on the “Tonight Show.


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