Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake

Their bromance began in 2002 at the MTV Video Music Awards, when Justin Timberlake tore away from his former pop boy band, N’Sync, and emerged as a solo act. Jimmy Fallon was still an active member of comedy sketch show, Saturday Night Live. Soon after, Timberlake would host and guest on the show, pairing up with Fallon for the hilarious sketch, The Barry Gibb Talk Show.

Their stardom grew as Fallon left SNL to have his own late-night show, with the likes of Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien. Timberlake continued to produce hit songs and records, and moved into other areas of entertainment such as acting.

Timberlake stopped by as a guest several times on Fallon’s talk-night show, where they performed several memorable skits, like the Evolution of End Zone dancing, and the fun mash-up of classic and current hip-hop songs, The History of Rap. They have performed five mixes so far. We’re waiting on History of Rap, Part 6.




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