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PopWrapped | Celebrities

Melissa McCarthy Brings Disney Classic 'Colors Of The Wind' To Life

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Updated 04/9/2016 6:01am
Melissa McCarthy Brings Disney Classic 'Colors Of The Wind' To Life | Melissa McCarthy
Media Courtesy of Elite Daily

We all love Melissa McCarthy and we pretty much wish she'd be our best friend.  She increased our love, which we didn't think was possible, for her on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Fallon challenged her to a lip sync battle and she brought "Colors of the Wind" to life in the best way possible.

90s kids, we know you're with us when we recount the countless times we performed this song as kids for anyone who would listen and as much like Pocahontas as possible.  Well, Melissa McCarthy was all of us when she took the stage.  Let us paint you a picture.  Fallon began innocently enough and as his most adorable self.  We guess he didn't think McCarthy was going to bring her 'A' game.  He sang a song we don't even know.  Then McCarthy performed a rap song and put on a baseball cap and was basically amazing.  But she was nowhere near done.

Next up, Fallon took on Zayn's new song 'Pillow Talk' and he was stepping it up at this point, complete with pillow.  The crowd was definitely feeling it.  But then, the unthinkable happened and McCarthy took the stage once more with safety goggles on.  Why, you ask?  Because she gets flowers and such tossed at her with what we assume is a wind machine.  She is our favorite comedy lady and we loved every second of this performance.

Watch the whole battle below and sound off in the comments with your thoughts.  So, far we think this might be the one to top Emma Stone's visit but we have to admit that we are a little biased toward Melissa McCarthy.  We wonder who Jimmy Fallon will bring on next.  There is no need for anyone to ever come ever after this performance!

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