Watch Terry Crews and Jimmy Fallon's 'nip sync' to 'Ebony and Ivory'
In a terrifying and hilarious bit from Monday's (May 19) "Tonight Show," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews and host Jimmy Fallon "nip sync" to the classic Paul McCartney-Stevie Wonder duet "Ebony and Ivory."
First off, we cannot un-see that. Secondly, who knew Terry Crews had such a nice singing voice? Finally, at first glance, one might think, "Wow, Jimmy Fallon is way buffer than we thought." But yeah, that's not Fallon.
Below, watch Crews' interview segment. He's rocking a camouflage suit, which is amazing, and promoting his new book, "Manhood," wherein he talks about relationships and being a father and a grandfather. He also shows off a clip of "Blended," the new Adam Sandler movie in which Crews plays a sort-of South African Tom Jones.
Finally, in the last video, Crews talks about his weirdest role -- T-Money on a show called "Battledome," which was "'American Gladiators' on steroids,'" according to Crews. He was one of the warriors who battled the contestants and he says it was "extremely dangerous." We have got to dig up footage from that.
"Blended" is in theaters now and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" returns to FOX on Sunday nights in the fall.