Jimmy Fallon Teased His Latino Fans With This Amazing Reveal
Jimmy Fallon had a surprise for his Latino viewers last night, a surprise that probably made a few people reminisce about Saturday nights with their parents.
Fallon was reading viewer suggestions aloud. One viewer asked for Don Francisco to be invited as a guest.
The viewer wrote that it would be a good idea because Don Francisco has a new show, “Don Francisco Te Invita,” on Telemundo. Hmm, maybe that viewer works for Comcast, the parent company of both NBC and Telemundo. ? Anyway, Fallon was very much into the idea.
Then, after considering the idea, Fallon said it was unlikely to get him on the show.
Like, why would you even tease us about this?
But, wait, Fallon thought of a way to make the legendary Don Francisco appear.
Surely it isn’t that easy.
Fallon laid it all on the line and gave it the good old college try singing “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before” by Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson.
And. It. Worked.
Right on cue, Don Francisco came through the curtain and joined Fallon on the stage singing their first ever duet. Ah-Mazing!
The two men totally owned their performance, like they do.
Nice work, Jimmy. Magician? Maybe.
Watch the full performance below.
Jimmy and Telemundo’s Don Francisco Sing “To All the Girls I’v…Jimmy takes suggestions from the audience, including one where he sings a duet of “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before” with Telemundo’s Don Francisco TV.
Posted by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, November 1, 2016