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Jimmy Fallon & Charlie Puth Reenact “Charlie Bit My Finger” Video

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When Charlie Puth is invited to Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show, be sure to expect anything. This time, not only did the two take part in a musical challenge, but they also had a lighter moment backstage. Have you seen that famous “Charlie bit my finger” video on YouTube? Well, what if these two stars did the act for you guys?

Charlie Puth on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Puth shared a picture with Fallon on Instagram:

Silly, but we are going to admit that this sure looks fun to try it. I mean artists should try all forms of art. Since the video is one of the very famous ones on the Internet, Jimmy Fallon just had to try it with Charlie Puth.

Moving on, the singer of Attention and We Don’t Talk Anymore was invited in an episode of The Tonight Show. The duo then proceeded to do “Musical Genre Challenge” where they improvised songs based on random genres.

Charlie Puth really has some skills, and we know that already. However, to see Jimmy Fallon pull off songs with their random genres in such perfection was something we did not expect!

As you can see, the challenge begins with the host singing “The Cha Cha Slide” in 90’s R&B. Then it is Charlie’s turn to sing “Truth Hurts” in a broadway-style. Probably the best performance was when Fallon sang “I’m Gonna Be (500 miles)” in a techno genre.

Things went sillier when Puth was required to sing his own “We Don’t Talk Anymore” in a version of The Doobie Brothers.

Charlie Puth is working on his third album and so far he has released three singles from it. For the fans, he performed “Mother” on the show, video is below:

Other two singles include “I Warned Myself” and “Cheating on You”.

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