Kate Upton and Jimmy Fallon Have an Epic Dance Battle On ‘The Tonight Show’

We promise that these will be the most hilarious dances you have ever seen!

“Let’s show the funniest dances ever”, producers of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon must have thought and invited model and actress Kate Upton for an interview. Not just for an interview but for the whole dance battle.

Kate Upton and Jimmy Fallon took turns randomly selecting dance moves from the Tonight Show Dance Move Generator. We must say that dances were really funny!

Kate was lucky to be the first and the dance she got was “Shoulders with a Mind of Their Own.” Without hesitation Kate got out on the dance floor and started squirming around, “trying to control” her dancing shoulders.

Jimmy reacted to the dance he got saying “This is my move!” Kate then added, “I think I’ve done this at a club.” The “Elliptical” performed by Jimmy was quite active and could replace a full workout. He even needed time to recover his breath.

Kate’s next dance got her heart racing for another reason – fear. The dance “Walking into a Spiderweb” sounds more than weird but Kate managed to show it excellent.

As if these dances were not enough they chose the last one. It was an exhausting “Hashtag” dance where they were joined by Hashtag the Panda. It was impossible to watch this dance and not laughing. The dance ended with all three of them falling on the floor absolutely bone-tired.

Of course, like a true gentleman Jimmy announced that Kate was the winner. Although, the real winner was anyone watching the hilarious dance battle.

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