On Tuesday, Jimmy Fallon went full bizarre in an epic dance battle against Mike Myers. The Tonight Show was a full display of crazy and hilarious dance moves during Mike Mayers’ visit.
These two didn’t really need an excuse to get dancing, but they did it anyways. They both performed with enthusiasm and made their best to show us the craziest dance moves ever performed. And they did!
In an epic dance moves battles, Jimmy and Mike defended their nation’s honor. Tossing a jumbo dice filled with random dances, the contestant had to dance as the dice announced.
Prepare for some weird dance moves. For real.
Epic dance battle.
Mike Myers and Jimmy Fallon represented their home countries, Canada and the US respectively, in the toughest dance contest. Taking turns each one rolled the dice and had to dance to improvise dances like “Perpetual Motion” and “Which Pocket Did I Put My Keys In?.”
To get in the mood of a serious dance battle they dressed for the occasion. The men used a warm-up suit, each one wore their native country’s colors.
Let’s get funky.
Luckily we had two former SNL comedians that were more than ready to take the dance floor and make the fool out of themselves. The feeling was electric, and the moves well, unforgettable.
These boys didn’t freeze when they got the weirdest dance moves such as “The Which Pocked Did I Put My Keys In? Dance,” the “Hot Poutine” and the “Windy Plastic Bag.”
I think we have a clear champion.
Jimmy got really exhausted while performing his “Windy Plastic Bag” dance. The dance consisted of him laying on the floor impersonation an inflatable man. Mike showed us a great display of Austin Powers’ epic moves.
The contest ended with a union of nations. Jimmy and Mike came together to perform “Slip N Slide.” And it was awesome.
The return of a classic.
Mike presentation on the Late show was part of the promotion of the return of a huge classic. The iconic comedy “Wayne’s World” is returning to select theaters on February the 7th and 8th for its 25th anniversary. The film anniversary edition will include new digital extras like director’s commentary and the making of. It will be released on February 14th.
Mike was also promoting his book “Canada”, which according to Jimmy is a love letter to Canada. The book was recently released by publisher Penguin Radom House Canada, who described it as “part memoir, part history.”