Kevin Spacey Sings Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’ On ‘The Tonight Show’

Sun, May 4, 2014 10:23am EDT by 2 Comments

Kevin Spacey singing Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’ with a barbershop quartet on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ is guaranteed to be one of the best things you’ll see all week! WATCH!

Jimmy Fallon is continuing to prove why moving him to Jay Leno‘s spot on The Tonight Show was the smartest thing that NBC has ever done. In Jimmy’s latest stroke of viral video genius, on May 2 he had House Of Cards star Kevin Spacey sing Jason Derulo‘s “Talk Dirty.” With a barbershop quartet. It’s exactly as perfect as you might imagine. Click through to watch!

Kevin Spacey Sings Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’ With The Ragtime Gals On ‘The Tonight Show’

On Friday May 2, the Ragtime Gals and Kevin Spacey collaborated for a performance you never knew you needed in your life.

When you have an in-house barbershop quartet — and who doesn’t, really? — why not use them for the best possible reason? That is, having Kevin Spacey sing the words “Uno, met your friend in Rio / Dos, she was all on me-o / Tres, we can ménage à three though”?

Kevin Spacey Was Once An Aspiring Stand-Up Comedian

It’s definitely jarring to see Kevin quite cheerfully sing “Talk Dirty” in a brightly-pinstriped suit when we’ve seen him talk directly into House Of Cards cameras about dirty deals and murder, but that makes the video all the more hilarious.

It makes sense that Kevin takes to his performance on Fallon so well, though — in the late ’70s and early ’80s, before he made it big as an actor, he was working as a (fledgling) stand-up comedian! The more you know!

What did you think of Kevin’s performance, HollywoodLifers? Did he give Jason Derulo a run for his money? Vote above and comment below!

– Amanda Michelle Steiner

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