Okay, this is how you do a tribute song. Following the Super Bowl, Jimmy Fallon enlisted the help of a few golden throated singers to assist him in celebratory sing along. Trust us, it’s a must watch!
Jimmy Fallon does it again! On a special episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which followed the big game on Feb. 1, the funny man initiated an apacella sing along to Queen‘s “We Are the Champions.” It would’ve been chill-inducing as it was, but Jimmy got some added vocal prowess from singing sensations including One Direction, Ariana Grande and a ton more amazing artists! Watch it now!
Jimmy Fallon’s Super Bowl Tribute: One Direction & Ariana Grande Sing Along
“Weee’ll keep on fighhhting ’til the eeend…”
Honestly, who can resist singing along to that classic Queen song? Certainly not Ariana and the members of One D, who were on hand to sing a Brady Bunch style, face in square rendition of the triumphant number following the Super Bowl.
The star power didn’t stop there though. Along with Ari and Harry Styles & Co., Meghan Trainor, Sam Smith, Carrie Underwood, Usher, Christina Aguilera, and Blake Shelton stepped in to assist The Roots in the victorious anthem.
‘The Tonight Show’ Celebrates The Super Bowl
The gorgeous group singalong wasn’t the only vocal performance on the Super Bowl episode of Fallon.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart stopped by to promote their new film Get Hard and, before they said goodbye, the two took part in one of the show’s signature lip sync battles, and it might be the most epic one yet.
Plus, in a bonus appearance, Drew Barrymore even joined in on the fun for “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life.” Finally, the epic battle culminated in all three singing alongside Jimmy in Super Bowl 49’s half time super star Katy Perry‘s anthemic “Roar.”
Basically, the entire episode was incredible front to back.
What did you think of the special Super Bowl singalong?
— Casey Mink