On the Sept. 26 episode of ‘The Tonight Show,’ host Jimmy Fallon got legendary singer Robert Plant to partake in a hilarious doo-wop duet. Click to WATCH!
Jimmy Fallon, 40, always has his guests participate in the best and funniest things! Robert Plant, 66, formerly of Led Zeppelin, sang along with Jimmy for a doo-wop duet on Sept. 26 during The Tonight Show. You’ve got to watch Robert’s reaction to their performance. It’s priceless!
Robert Plant & Jimmy Fallon Sing Funny Doo-Wop Duet On ‘Tonight Show’
Jimmy decided to break out iPad and a music app when Robert guest-starred on The Tonight Show.
Jimmy handed Robert a microphone, and the singer cracked a joke that the mic looked like something he would buy in a shop in Amsterdam.
They decided to sing Gene Chandler’s “Duke Of Earl” for the duet. Jimmy started off so he could introduce Robert to the workings of the app. Once Robert got the hang of things, he started singing.
When Jimmy played the duet back, Robert couldn’t believe what he was hearing. He looked around over Jimmy’s desk and his chair to see if there were other singers in the room. Too funny!
Robert continued singing the rest of the song, and his voice was like pure magic. Later, Jimmy helped him finish the song. So cool!
We just need to get our hands on that iPad app!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Robert Plant and Jimmy Fallon’s doo-wop duet? Perfect, or not your thing? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson