Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon have officially taken their bromance to the next level.
During The Tonight Show Monday, the comedic duo debuted a brand new sketch. No, they didn't do History of Rap 7. No, they didn't sing about a box. In fact, there was no sound at all—except for the mellow musical stylings of Rogue Wave's "Eyes" playing in the background. Instead, the talk show host and singer communicated only through a series of dramatic glances, akin to forbidden lovers stealing looks at each other from opposite ends of a room.
After several intimate shots of the men hamming up their individual close-ups, the camera panned out, only to show that the they were standing right next to each other.
Hilarity further ensued when Will Ferrell showed up for a well-timed guest appearance, popping up in a keyhole window to spy on the couple in the other room, shooting equally intense stares. Was Tyra Banks brought in to teach these guys how to smize?
The men took turns teasing the upcoming segment on social media before the show with some clever wording on Twitter:
Could these two get any more adorable?
This sketch is one of the best additions to the pair's comedic arsenal, both on and off-stage. Last week, the men were caught in an impromptu performance of Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" from the stands of the U.S. Open. That same night, Fallon and Timberlake performed their now iconic "History of Rap 6" medley. The singer even judged a hilarious lip-sync battle between Fallon and fellow comedian Ellen DeGeneres. Cleary, any thing these two touch turns to gold.
So, what could possibly be next for the bromantic couple? While no future projects have been announced, we're dreaming of a movie starring these two. Fingers crossed!
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