Justin Timberlake and bestie Jimmy Fallon offered a little dance routine to the U.S. Open tennis crowd on Wednesday.
Captured by The Cauldron, the dance routine to Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” came during the Roger Federer/Richard Gasket quarterfinal and was every much as thrilling as the match.
Timberlake and Fallen were sitting in the Emirates Suite watching the match when the cameras found the dancing duo during the song.
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People magazine notes that the dance must have been lucky for Federer, who won in straight sets to move onto the semifinals.
Here’s Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake dancing in the stands to Beyonce on the arena screen pic.twitter.com/c1uGWRkEJZ
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Timberlake later appeared with Fallon on The Tonight Show and the two showed off more dance moves with their History of Rap Part 6.
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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon wasted little time before breaking into the sixth installment of History of Rap, which included a tribute to NWA’s Straight Outta Compton, introduced by Timberlake.
“Jimmy, we’ve been through this before — you are not Straight Outta Compton, you are Straight Outta Upstate New York.”
Among the other songs included in Fallon and Timberlake’s medley were R. Kelly & Jay Z’s “Fiesta,” LL Cool J’s “Rock the Bells,” Salt-N-Pepa’s sultry “Let’s Talk About Sex,” MC Hammer’s classic “U Can’t Touch This,” DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s “Summertime” and newer offerings, such as Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now,” Kendrick Lamar’s “B—- Don’t Kill My Vibe” and Drake’s “Know Yourself,” and concluding with the Beastie Boys’ “Fight For Your Right.”
As reported by the Inquisitr, Timberlake later judged a lip-sync battle between Fallon and his other guest for the night, Ellen DeGeneres. Fallon led off with The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside,” followed by DeGeneres’ lip-sync to Diana Ross’ “Do You Know Where You’re Going To?“
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Fallon’s next offering was Silento’s “Watch Me,” with some sweet dance moves, but DeGeneres was prepared with Rihanna’s “B—- Better Have My Money,” after which she dropped the mic with some attitude. Naturally, Timberlake then declared DeGeneres the winner of the contest.
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