The last time Justin Timberlake was on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the actor and musician teamed up with the host and his in-house band, The Roots, to run through a medley representing a broad spectrum of hip hop history.
Well, Timberlake was back last night to promote his new film "Friends with Benefits," and Fallon was able to corral him into doing a Part 2.
Timberlake and Fallon ran through a jam-packed tribute, featuring nods to rap icons from Public Enemy to Cypress Hill to Black Sheep to Biz Markie.
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There's just something about Fallon that brings out the impressionist in Timberlake - in previous appearances, the multi-talented performer has wowed the audience with spot-on impressions of singers like Michael McDonald, John Mayer, and (reprising a skit he and Fallon did on "Saturday Night Live") Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees.