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Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon do 'Evolution of End Zone Dancing' on 'Late Night'

Posted by Emily Wright  September 11, 2013 11:13 AM

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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake have done it again.

The duo took a hiatus from performing the "History of Rap" medleys and instead, performed "The Evolution of End Zone Dancing," with examples of the classics (break-dance inspired "Touchdown Robot") to some more contemporary ones like the "I Thought I Just Saw Aaron Hernandez." Zing.

Another one that will hit close to home with Boston/Patriots fans: "Tebowing." The duo performed a 2012 version (regular) and a 2013 version, complete with what we're guessing is a salute to the NFL. Check it out below.

Our favorite: The "Manti Te'o On a Date," otherwise known as that awkward move you'd do in middle school to pretend you're making out with someone. You know the move.

For the Patrick Swayze fans out there, Timberlake transitioned from the "Football Spin" into the late star's position from the famed romantic scene in "Ghost," while Fallon played Demi Moore's part. Collective laughs and swoons were had.

And last but not least, Fallon poked fun at Timberlake's 'N Sync roots with a little "Bye Bye Bye" action.

This likely won't be the last time you'll see Timberlake surprising audience members on Fallon's set. The pair is reportedly working on the "History of Rap" part 5. Timberlake told Angie Martinez that if they can come up with enough songs, they'll do another one.

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