Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Jimmy Fallon and Terry Crews perform shirtless Nip Sync Duet... but the host gets a little help with his pecs appeal Published: 15:18 GMT, 20 May 2014 | Updated: 20:49 GMT, 20 May 2014

Jimmy Fallon and athlete-turned-actor Terry Crews flexed some serious muscle during a topless duet on The Tonight Show on Monday.

For the segment which the host called Nip Sync Duet,  the pair sang shirtless to the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder classic Ebony and Ivory - only Fallon's topless body wasn't his own.

Instead, with the help of a green screen his head was put on the top of a far muscular and toned body than his.
Meanwhile, 45-year-old Terry displayed his impressive physique, and clearly didn't need the use of a body double.
As the pair sang they also flexed their pectoral muscle, which left Fallon struggling to keep a straight face.

The hilarious duet took place after Fallon showed a clip of Crews new movie Blended alongside Adam Sandler where he does a 'pectoral chest' dance.

Since retiring from the NFL in 1997, Terry found his true calling as a performer, and began a promising film career.

Showing his comedic side, Terry landed roles in hits such as  White Chicks, The Longest Yard and Are We There Yet?.

However, before he made his name first as an actor, Terry revealed on the Tonight Show that his first job was on a Gladiators-style combat show called Battle Dome.

Terry revealed that on the show - which he dubbed 'American Gladiators on steroids' - would often see him injured.

'There were times we sent people to the hospital,' he revealed.

'My foot caught on fire one time when the crane brought me over the flaming side of the cage and it was actually smoking and on fire.'

Adding: 'People were going to the hospital daily. I made it. I survived,'

'I got choked out one time in the cage and almost passed out, but luckily time ran out and I came to—right before commercial break!'





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