Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon Engage in Epic Lip Sync Battle [Video]

Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon are featured together in a new sketch.

Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon demostrated their skills in lip syncing. You may have the words down, you may know all the pecularities of a song, but it’s the moves and facial expressions that make one a master.

Jimmy Fallon personally learned this hard way when he invited Emma Stone to The Tonight Show, challenging her to a lip sync battle.

The actor opened with a spirited rendition of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy,” but Emma answered more than aptly with a pretty-hard-to-lip-sync tune, Blues Traveler’s “Hook.”

And just when Fallon thought he’d sealed the deal with Styx’s “Mr. Roboto,” — a performance which Stone called “incredible” — she came back at him with an amazing performance of DJ Khaled’s “All I do is Win,” and that, as they say, was all she wrote.

This is not the first time the new “The Tonight Show” host shows his excellent sense of humour. 

Back in February the host of the popular show invited First Lady to take part in one of his sketches. Michelle Obama joined Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell for some talk — or to be more exact, some valley girl “Ew!” talk.

The actor, in drag, preformed the show’s teen host, and Ferrell played her friend. Their catch-phrase is “ew!” Michelle visits their basement set to talk about the Olympics and her favorite topics, exercising and healthy eating.

“Exercise is not ‘ew,’” the first lady told the teens, copying their Valley Girl-esque twang. “You just have to find an exercise that’s right for you.”

The first lady was something of the straight woman to the comedians’ over-the-top antics, but she gamely joined in with the trio for an  ”‘Ew’ dance party!”

After the scene Obama joined the host, talking about her daughters. Michelle revealed that her girls weren’t impressed by the perks of White House living, and that she’s trying to keep their lives as normal as possible, including teaching 15 year-old Malia to drive.

“I tell people — the staff and the Secret Service that when we’re out of here in a few years, they’ve got to be able to function as normal people, and driving is a part of that,” she said, contemplating Malia behind the wheel. “Ladies and gentlemen of DC, watch out!”

The first lady also said some words of her “Let’s Move” anti-obesity campaign and for getting young people to sign up for Obamacare.

“Young people are knuckleheads,” Obama said. “They’re the ones cooking for the first time and slicing their fingers… dancing on the barstools.”

Later Fallon invited his friend Justin Timberlake for their fifth installment of the duo’s immensely popular “History of Rap” series.

The dynamic duo helped close out Fallon’s premiere week on The Tonight Show on a high note. The two performed “History of Rap Part 5” on the show Friday night, this time taking on songs by artists past and present, ranging from LL Cool J, Salt N’ Pepa and N.W.A. to Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West.

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