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Carrie Underwood Parodies Miley Cyrus And More With Jimmy Fallon

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12/01/2013 6:04 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Carrie Underwood Parodies Miley Cyrus And More With Jimmy Fallon
Media Courtesy of NBC

Benjamin Spence

Staff Writer

She came in like a stuffing ball. Jimmy Fallon was joined on his late show last Thursday by The Social Network’s Rashida Jones and ‘Blown Away’ singer Carrie Underwood. The trio devoted some festive fun into the holiday season by performing a collection of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas themed parodies. Jones, looking cute in a black dress paired with killer heels and chic thick-framed glasses, joined Kimmel for the opening number. They changed the lyrics of Daft Punk’s "Get Lucky" to “We’re up all night to get turkey,” followed by “You’re going to hear me snore,” a Thanksgiving version of Katy Perry’s "Roar". The pair also noted that the beginning of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving this year through a rendition of Lorde’s "Royals". Coming in like a wrecking ball, the camera pans to Underwood, who belts out a parody of Miley’s topical AMA performance, accompanied by the lip synching feline. In her version of "Wrecking Ball" she sings, “You made me cook up butterball. And a green bean casserole. And all you did was sit and watch football, and ignored all your family.” Although she would have looked stunning in Miley’s AMA “cat suit” the country singer opted out for a dazzling skirt paired with a black sparkly tee. Looking like she fell straight off a couture Christmas tree. Underwood then joined Jimmy and Jones for a stuffing themed Icona Pop number before poking fun at the Black Friday sales. Changing the words of Robin Thicke’s "Blurred Lines" Jimmy sings the comical lyrics, “You better hurry, if you want that Furby. What rhymes with Furby?” The performance concluded with Santa hats and a Christmas version of The Lumineers’ "Hey Ho". Making their way into an excitable audience they sing, “I believe in you, you believe in me and Santa Claus.” The festive parody has already racked up over two million YouTube hits. Check it out below:


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