Tiffany Haddish Leaves Jimmy Fallon In The Dust On "The Tonight Show" Lip Sync Battle

Tiffany Haddish not too long ago paid a go to to The Tonight ShowStarring Jimmy Fallon. During her look, Haddish and Fallon engaged in a single the exhibits hottest segments: the lip sync battle.

As a seasoned participant the sport and an undoubtedly proficient lip sync performer, one would think about that Fallon would have the higher hand on Haddish. He began f the sport with a vigorous, danced infused rendition 90’s hit, “Groove Is In The Heart” by Dee-lite, transferring aptly with the beat, and maintaining with the change in digital camera angles. Haddish watched from the sidelines the place she was located in entrance The Roots, the home band for the NBC present. Tiffany appeared impressed and even amused by Fallon’s efficiency, smiling broadly as she clapped for him earlier than taking to the stage with Virginia emcee Lady Of Rage’s “Afro Puffs.” Proving that she was working with some critical footwork, even in high-heeled boots, Haddish danced all through her spectacular supply. “Yeah, we going gangsta child,” she exclaimed.

For the second spherical the sport, Fallon and Haddish switched issues up. Fallon carried out a soulful model his “buddy” Post Malone’s observe “Psycho,” pausing momentarily so as to add short-term face tattoos. Tiffany, nonetheless, had a extra excessive power imaginative and prescient in thoughts, and introduced the home down with a efficiency James Browns’ “Sex Machine.”

Catch all of the Tonight Show goodness under. 

Serena Williams Drops It Low To Beyonce's "Sorry" During "Lip Sync Battle" Taping

Serena Williams has a physique that appears good each whereas she’s enjoying tennis and whereas she’s maintaining it seductive and enjoyable. The 23-time Grand Slam winner options in Beyonce’s music video for “Sorry,” so the marvelous athlete has had follow dropping it low to the banger. Serena had a tough month, after a biased decide helped safe her defeat on the US Open Women’s finals to Japan’s Naomi Osaka. It does not appear like Serena is just too involved in the intervening time although, as she was noticed getting all the way down to “Sorry” whereas filming for Lip Sync Battle. 

Lip Sync Battle locations celebrities in a karaoke function whereas appearing out the tune they’re performing. Most ten than not, celebrities go all out, and try to tug f essentially the most epic reenactments ever. Serena appears to be within the “all out” class. TMZ received their fingers on footage Serena twerking on set, and she or he’s surrounded by a full solid as she turns up. From the footage, it’s unclear whether or not or not Serena is the primary performer, or if she’s serving to to reconstruct the music video that she was featured in. Either approach, we’re excited to see Serena twerking in all her glory when the ficial episode premieres. 

Big Sean's Ex Naya Rivera Performs "IDFWU" Diss Track About Her

When Big Sean dropped “IDGFU,” he admitted shortly thereafter that the song was pretty much inspired by ex-girlfriend Naya Rivera. The actress and singer dated Big Sean before he moved onto Ariana Grande, who is several partners removed from the era herself. Sean Don celebrated being free contempt with lyrics such as “and every day I wake up celebrating shit, why? Cause I just dodged a bullet from a crazy bitch.”

Well several years later the messy split has come to light yet again. The latest quip comes from Naya Rivera after years relative calm. The singer/actress jumped on stage in the latest episode   Lip Sync Battle, a show in which competitors essentially lip sync for their lives. Naya Rivera was up against comedian Lil Rel Howery (Get Out) who performed the Ghostbusters’ theme with a jheri curl mop on his head.

Naya Rivera struck back with her ex’s DJ Mustard-produced hit “IDGFU” aka “I Don’t Give A Fuck About You,” a song she knew full well would incite the riot within, something she needed to come away with the victory. The judge’s panel LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen were left speechless. Her decision to invoke Big Sean after years radio silence is nothing we could have scripted ourselves.

The full segment will air tomorrow on the Paramount Network, formerly Spike TV.  

LaVar Ball Lip-Sync Battles Lonzo Ball With Off-Kilter "Hate Me Now" Cover

There was a lane. LaVar Ball did not stay in it. For reasons unknown, the Ball patriarch found his way onto the series Lip Sync Battle, which finds hosts LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen watching various guests turn in their best efforts, ten to mixed results. After all, can a lip-sync performance truly be transcendental? Perhaps a lip-sync aficionado can shed some light on the question. Until then, shows like Lip Sync Battle will continue to trudge along, pairing father against son, Ball against Ball.

RELATED: Lonzo Ball Battles LaVar Ball On “Lip Sync Battle”

While Lonzo’s “Bad & Boujee” performance found him shooting his shot with Chrissy Teigen, LaVar’s was an entirely different kettle fish. Set to Nas’ classic “Hate Me Now,” LaVar sauntered onstage with an endearing lack grace; his purported basketball skills were absent on that fateful night. Perhaps the close proximity his actual son led him to behaving particularly “dad-like,” but LaVar’s onstage moves weren’t the only red flag. One might suggest that actually memorizing the lyrics is an essential part lip-syncing, and on that front, LaVar failed to deliver. 

RELATED: LaVar Ball Roasted By Golden State Warriors Co-Owner

“If I was Nas, I’d be mad he put on a performance like that on my song,” says Lonzo, watching from the sidelines while proudly rocking some Big Baller Brand. Interestingly enough, Lonzo Ball previously claimed Nas was outdated, leading plenty hip-hop heads to dust f the gloves. Either way, the episode will premiere on Feb. 15 at 10 p.m, where the full performances Lonzo’s “Bad and Boujee” and LaVar’s “Hate Me Now” will be broadcast in full glory.