Spike TV has turned one of Jimmy Fallon‘s best bits into its own show with Lip Sync Battle. Hosted by LL Cool J, the object of the game is to out lip-sync your opponent, with as much accuracy and excitement as you can.
Check out the videos below.
My personal favorite of all time, back on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, was when Joseph Gordon Levitt did “Superbass” by Nicky Minaj. That was magic.
And this new Spike show recreates this magic. Because who doesn’t want to see Dwayne Johnson lip-sync to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”?
Fallon on The Rock’s “Shake It Off” performance: “You can tell that he’s done this before in his bedroom.”
I think Fallon ended up ahead with this one as he “jumped in the line” in the audience and formed a conga line.
Their last battle was Fallon doing “Like a Prayer” by Madonna vs. Johnson’s “Staying Alive” by The Bee Gees. You gotta watch. Fallon has an entourage. But the Rock puts on the white suit has got some moves. I think this one was a draw.
What do you think?
Also check out the two battle videos between Common and John Legend. This show is so much fun!
Dwayne Johnson’s Shake It Off vs Jimmy Fallon’s Jump In The Line | Lip Sync Battle Video
Dwayne Johnson shows Jimmy Fallon how to Shake It Off by performing the Taylor Swift hit. Jimmy hits back with a Harry Belafonte classic Jump In The Line.
Jimmy Fallon’s Like A Prayer vs Dwayne Johnson’s Staying Alive | Lip Sync Battle
Jimmy Fallon looks to a higher power as he performs Madonna’s Like a Prayer in the final round against Dwayne Johnson and his rendition of the Bee Gees’ classic Stayin’ Alive
Common’s I Want You Back vs John Legend’s Slow Motion | Lip Sync Battle
Oscar winning song writers Common and John Legend square off in a battle of Jackson 5’s I Want You Back vs Juvenile’s Slow Motion.
John Legend’s U Can’t Touch This vs Common’s All Night Long | Lip Sync Battle
John Legend pulls out all the stops and embodies MC Hammer but is it enough to take down Common and his Lionel Richie? Find out in the battle of Up All Night vs U Can’t Touch This.
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