Will Ferrell Dominates Kevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon in Lip Sync Battle With Beyoncé's 'Drunk in Love' and 'Let It Go' [WATCH]
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart stopped by The Tonight Show recently for a special Super Bowl edition. The comedians were promoting their new comedy Get Hard and pleasantly joking around with Jimmy Fallon before all three took part in an epic Lip Sync Battle. While each entertainer had their moments, Ferrell destroyed the competition with his hilarious renditions of Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" and Frozen's "Let It Go."
The contest was a Lip Sync Battle for the ages. Ferrell kicked everything off with the Queen Bey hit, showing off his sexiest dance moves and bringing the audience to a frenzy. Regardless of the song choice, Ferrell is a tough act to follow, so Fallon took the second spot, giving a spirited performance of Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone," doing his best to out sync the previous comedic mastermind. Hart finished out the first round with John Legend's "All of Me," directing the moving ballad to Ferrell, who jokingly began to cry as the pint-sized funny man serenaded him.
For his second song, Ferrell introduced the Frozen hit as being sung by "Adele Nazeem," poking fun at John Travolta's famously botched pronunciation of Idina Menzel's name. The Anchorman star went full goofball for the monster hit, performing a version with plenty of theatrics (his glitter finale is comedic genius).
Fallon brought out special guest Drew Barrymore for a duet of the Dirty Dancing tune "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" complete with a hilarious recreation of the iconic Patrick Swayze/Jennifer Grey dance scene. The intensity for this competition was at an all-time high. It's definitely the first Lip Sync Battle where a contestant (Fallon) rips holes in his pants for going too hard.
Hart closed the competition with Katy Perry's "Roar" in honor of the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime performer. It was an epic end to an epic battle, but Ferrell is just an unstoppable laugh machine.
Get Hard hits theaters in March while a spin-off TV series, Lip Sync Battle, is scheduled for an April 2 premiere on Spike TV.