Media Courtesy of blogs.wsj.com
It seems like Jimmy Fallon is always up to something on The Tonight Show
and Monday was certainly no exception.
Lucky commuters who found themselves in Grand Central Station in New York were treated to an unscheduled performance
by U2 as they filmed a segment for The Tonight Show
At first, people didn't recognize the band as they wore disguises and wigs. Larry Mullen Jr., the drummer of U2, even performed on buckets that had been turned upside down in order to complete the illusion. Eventually, however, the band lost their disguises and asked the crowd to sing along to the song "Angel of Harlem," which is from the U2 album, "Rattle and Hum."
Since Jimmy Fallon orchestrated the event, he was in the audience for the unexpected mini-concert, as was celebrity chef Mario Batali. The segment is scheduled to air on the Friday, May 8th episode of The Tonight Show.
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