Jimmy Fallon had a little fun on his Thanksgiving show, performing holiday songs with a different spin.
Fallon had a little help from country star Carrie Underwood and actress Rashida Jones. Check out their medley!
Rashida Jones and Carrie Underwood appeared on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday to cook up a holiday-themed parody medley of some of the most popular hit songs.
“Whenever we hang out I love singing with you,” Fallon told Jones. “Maybe tonight we could sing some songs together on the show.”
Fallon asked if she preferred traditional or holiday songs, current or otherwise. Rashida replied, “How about both? I’m up all night to get turkey!”
The duo then launched into their own spin on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
Carrie Underwood then joined them for her holiday rendition of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” tune, complete with an adorable cat like Miley used in her American Music Awards performance. This one had a cute pilgrim hat on!
Underwood began singing, “I cooked you butterball. And then a green bean casserole. All you did was sit and watch football and ignore all your fam-ily, ignored all your fam-ily.”
Carrie then joined Rashida and Jimmy to sing a version of Icona Pop’s I Love It (I Don’t Care), talking about the Thanksgiving turkey being raw.
The trio then covered Lorde’s hit song Royals, singing, “This Thanksgiving has a plus. It’s the first day of Hannukah.”
Carrie, Jimmy, and Rashida also parodied Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines track, changing the lyrics to “I hate these long lines. Outside the WalMart, outside the KMart, outside the Target. You’re the hottest gift in this place.”
The Lumineers’ Ho Hey was the last song to be parodied, with them singing, “Made a list and checked it twice. Are you naughty or are you nice. I believe in you. You believe in me. I’m Santa Claus”.
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