Demi Lovato And Jimmy Fallon Nailed Teenage Vibes In This Funny Sketch
Demi Lovato was the latest star to join Jimmy Fallon for his “Ew!” segment on “The Tonight Show.” Lovato’s appearance centered around spring formal. Sara, played by Fallon, and Emily, played by Lovato, are just two normal teenage girls talking about boys, the dance, and how they still don’t know how to kiss. Here’s how it went down.
Sara (Jimmy Fallon) was super excited to introduce everyone to her friend Emily (Demi Lovato).The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
Emily had just come from the mall to hang out with her bestie.
The first order of business: Emily wanted Sara to give her critiques on her Spring Formal dress.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
“First of all, I like the sleeves because they’re puffy. I like the cinches in the waist,” Sara told her bestie Emily about her dress. “It’s a classic color that never goes out of style, EMERALD GREEN!”
After the whole dress situation was cleared up (thankfully) the pair took turns recreating their favorite emojis as selfies, a.k.a. emoj-elfies.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
Sara decided to recreate the crazy, tongue out emoji ?. Meanwhile, Emily nailed her own take on the crying/laughter emoji ?. #SolidWork
But then, the two realized that there are going to be boys there and they should be ready for everything.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
So, the two teens did what awkward teens do, practicing their kissing skills on pillows with the faces of their crushes on them.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
Let us all take a moment and agonize at the vicious biting Mario Lopez’s face took thanks to Sara’s inexperience. ?
Check out the full segment below.
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