Demi Lovato And Jimmy Fallon Used Lyrics From ‘Despacito’ And Over 14 Other Songs To Have A Conversation With Each Other

Of course, this lip sync convo wouldn’t be complete without Demi Lovato’s latest hit, “Sorry Not Sorry.”

Demi Lovato made an appearance in the popular “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” segment Lip Sync Conversation and had a full-on, two-minute conversation with Fallon using lyrics from more than 14 different songs. Listen closely and you’ll hear bits and pieces of songs such as “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars, “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and, of course, “Sorry Not Sorry” by Demi Lovato. The conversation begins with Fallon and Lovato sitting on the couch, discussing their weekend plans (apple picking) when Fallon pulls out a furry little puppy out of nowhere. Even though their conversation is completely random, the facial expressions Fallon and Lovato pull off as they sing is what makes this segment so entertaining.

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Do you think you would be able to pull off a two minute conversation using *only* song lyrics? Tag you friends and make it a challenge! 

He Is An Indigenous Rapper Who Is Dropping An Album And Suing The Government To Fight Climate Change At The Same Time


He Is An Indigenous Rapper Who Is Dropping An Album And Suing The Government To Fight Climate Change At The Same Time

Meet the 17-Year-Old Aztec Rapper Suing the Trump Administration

This 17-year-old Aztec rapper is in the midst of releasing his debut album while suing the Trump administration — here’s why.

Posted by NBC Latino on Thursday, September 21, 2017

He is fighting his generation’s fight to protect the environment.

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is a 17-year-old rapper and environmental activist who is the leader of Earth Guardians, a group of young people fighting for legislation to protect the environment against the Trump administration’s agenda. He and 20 other young activists have filed a lawsuit against the United States government, claiming that the administration is not doing enough to protect them from the impacts of climate change. He is also dropping his rap debut, an album that stresses the importance of standing up for what you believe in and what you want to protect. In Martinez’ case, that is the environment.

“We’re using the stories, which is the passion, which is the emotion that gets people to move, Martinez told NBC Latino. “Then there’s the science behind it as well, working with top climate scientists to build a comprehensive climate recovery plan. That’s what we’re demanding from the government.”

Martinez understands that everyone can’t completely pause their lives to fight for the things they are passionate about. What Martinez suggests, according to the NBC Latino video, is for people to use professions to bring attention to causes they care about.

You can learn more about Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and Earth Guardians by tapping here.

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