Kimmel treated us to one of his most successful recurring skits this week: Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves. The music edition featured everyone from Iggy Azalea and Childish Gambino to Ed Sheeran and 5 Seconds of Summer, plus the return of Psy, who bravely promises to continue dancing, no matter what Twitter trolls try to put up his ass. Thirteen minutes sounds like too long to watch three middle-aged celebrity men pretend to sing, but the guys covered Roar, Let It Go, Drunk in Love and more, and all of a sudden the bit was over. There was even time for a quick cameo appearance from karaoke secret weapon Drew Barrymore to round things out. The Tonight Show returned to its original home for a special week-long LA trip, and the move has been a storming success. While an acoustic singer-songwriter best known for his disastrous relationships with famous women might not seem like the most obvious choice, Mayer really pulled it off.
Watch Neil Young Join Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Neil Young’ For A Performance Of ‘Old Man’
Watch Neil Young And Jimmy Fallon As Neil Young Perform “Old Man” On The Tonight Show
Then, after the first chorus, the real-life Neil Young walks on stage, dressed exactly the same as Fallon, and joins in. Obviously the real Neil Young has more soul and depth and wisdom and Canadian-ness in his voice, but Fallon totally holds his own. Contact us at letters time. By Samantha Grossman.
Jimmy Fallon and Neil Young Sang ‘Old Man’ Side by Side
Jimmy Fallon learned last night that nobody does a better Neil Young than The Canadian legend performed "Old Man" alongside a younger version of himself - played by Jimmy Fallon - on the Tonight Show last night. The real Neil comes in halfway through the classic track, much to the bewilderment of the audience - most didn't recognize him until he lifted his head up and began singing. Fallon has been pulling off a bang-on impression of Uncle Neil for quite a few years now, mimicking him for odd tracks like "Pants on the Ground" to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song.
Fallon has proven himself a master impersonator, and his Neil Young impression is easily one of his best. But then things took a surreal turn when he was joined onstage by another man dressed almost exactly the same. ET on NBC. The Amazon Studios original series "Transparent" chronicles the abnormal life of the Pfefferman family once it's revealed that father Mort is transgender. With Season 2 having premiered in Oct.