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Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert Recreate Bizarre 'Stranger Things' Singalong Moment
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Apparently, nothing brings together a pair of rival network late-night hosts quite like The NeverEnding Story 's theme song. Never mind the fact that Colbert's voice was totally flat or that Fallon was pretty pitchy — in this duet, it was their childlike dedication to the number that really sang. Of course, the two may have feigned surprise at being compared to Stranger Things ; for them, it was something they just did to send each other well wishes for a good show. Since her posting, tons of fans have put their video cameras on front mode to capture themselves singing along to the wholesome earworm. British pop star Limahl, who originally recorded the tune for the fantasy film, told Entertainment Weekly that he was touched by the on-screen tribute in Stranger Things 3.
As the saying goes, time flies when you're having fun…particularly when you're in a six-month BFF relationship. Such was the sentiment when Jimmy Fallon announced the hilarious sad, sad news on his show last night that his bestie stint with Stephen Colbert , which kicked off in March, had met its expiration date. But he said, 'That's too much of a commitment. Can we do six months? So what did the show-hosting duo do to mourn the loss of their self-imposed breakup aside from returning their friendship amulets in sadness? In a hilarious rendition of "Somewhere Out There," Fallon kicked off the song as Colbert joined him, cascading down a staircase to signify the end of a half-year era. But, while this best friendship is totally over for now, could Anderson Cooper be the next in line to be Fallon or Colbert's new best friend?
One of the strangest scenes of the third season was an entirely-too-long duet of "The NeverEnding Story" by two unlikely characters at the worst possible moment. It was one of the strangest moments in a show about monsters from the "Upside Down" trying to take over a small town mall in Indiana in And yet, it has become one of the most iconic moments in "Stranger Things" third season. And now, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon have made it even stranger-er! If you haven't yet seen the entirety of "Stranger Things" third season you might want to move on, though spoilers he be mild indeed. In fact, the only thing we'll reveal is that two characters create an incredibly awkward and overly-long musical duet moment by taking on the title song from "The NeverEnding Story. Fans of the classic fantasy film will never forget the Top 20 song and its soaring arias.
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By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. Colbert averaged 3. Colbert was down just 2 percent compared to last season, while Fallon and Kimmel were down 9 percent and 10 percent, respectively. However, what is really getting NBC worried is that Colbert's numbers in the key demographic have expanded. Fallon and Colbert both tied for a 0.
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