Top 5 Jimmy Fallon Song Parodies
Since Jimmy Fallon’s Primetime Music Special aired last night, here is a list of Jimmy Fallon’s best song parodies.
5. It’s Not My Baby
Unlike the original version of Justin Beiber’s “Baby,” which is unlistenable to anyone over 14, this is clever. Since we know Justin Beiber wasn’t someone’s baby daddy, Jimmy’s version is no longer relevant, but that doesn’t make it less funny.
4. Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Taylor Hicks Sing Rebecca Black’s “Friday”
Sorry for getting the song stuck in your head again, but you have to admit this reworking of “Friday” is actually kind of awesome.
What is there to say? Tim Tebow to Jesus Christ, commencing 4th down hut hut hike.
2. The History of Rap with Justin Timberlake
I don’t know half of the songs that Justin and Jimmy are rapping. This is a favorite solely because they look like they are having so much fun.
1. “Scrambled Eggs” with Paul McCartney
I admit number 1 isn’t so much a song parody as the original lyrics to The Beatles’ “Yesterday.” However, that doesn’t make the song any less hilarious.
Posted on July 26, 2012, in Comedy, Late Night, NBC, Network Television, Primetime and tagged friday, It's not my baby, jimmy fallon, justin beiber, justin timberlake, late night, parody, paul mccartney, rebecca black, scrambled eggs, song parodies, stephen colbert, taylor hicks, tebowie, the history of rap. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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