We all know that Gwyneth Paltrow has vocal chops ever since the actress gave an unforgettable live performance at the 2011 Grammy Awards, singing “Forget You” with Cee Lo Green — but I bet you didn’t know that Oscar winner also moonlights as hip-hop lounge singer.
The actress teamed up with Jimmy Fallon, in his finest barroom smoking jacket, to sing Broadway versions of rap hits.
The duo kicked off their jazz medley performance with Drake's "Started From the Bottom" before transitioning into Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda.”
Saving the best for last, the pair closed out their performance with an F-bomb filled version of Big Sean's "I Don't F*ck With You."
Paltrow stopped by “The Tonight Show” Wednesday to promote her latest film "Mortdecai,” chatted with with the host about drinking wine coolers at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a rebellious teen in New York City.
“When I would sneak out, I would leave a note for on my parents on my bed in case they caught me,” Paltrow explained. “I didn’t want them to worry that something really bad happened.”
The considerate teen said her parents never caught her, so she would recycle the same note every Friday night.