9 Celebrities Who Beat Tom Cruise Anyday: The Best Jimmy Fallon Lip Sync Battles

Another day, another Jimmy Fallon lip sync battle, am I right? In the latest installment of the Tonight Show’s regular celebrity face-off, Fallon welcomed Scientologist, the former Mr. Holmes, and Mission Impossible star Tom Cruise, who delivered a sultry mock rendition of The Weekend’s “I Can’t Feel My Face,” after he pointed out the ridiculousness of the whole shebang. Cruise also performed Bob Seger’s “Old Time Rock and Roll” while pulling jabs like sliding up to the mic Risky Business style. Fallon took on the bluesy-rock hits “Undercover to the Night” by the Rolling Stones and “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling” by The Righteous Brothers (with a little accompaniment from Cruise and a random, blushing woman from the front row). The video was viral by this morning, proving yet another success for Fallon and his YouTube-friendly style of late-night comedy. Watch the clip, then check out the best Jimmy Fallon lip sync battles to date below. (We think JGL takes the cake, but we’ll let you decide).

 

 

Emma Stone – All she does is win, win, win, no matter what; Stone proves she isn’t fazed by speedy lyrics.

 

Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart – “You can never… you can never un-see that.”

 

Paul Rudd – Rudd channels his inner-Queen and royal dance moves.

 

Dwayne Johnson – Johnson shakes it off with his best “Taylor Tay Tay Swift” impression while Fallon jumps in the line.

 

Anne Hathaway & Emily Blunt – Blunt gives us a little piece of her heart and Hathaway wrecks it, arguably, way better than Miley.

 

Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Stephen Merchant – One of the first lip sync duels to go viral, it’s like Fallon knew when he sang “Don’t you Want Me?”

 

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