On Monday (Nov. 30) the unlikely collaboration of Fall Out Boy and Boyz II Men took the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform soulful trio's breakout song "Motownphilly" together, and they absolutely nailed the performance.
The live collaborative effort was aired to wrap up Kimmel's weekly Mashup Mondays series, where he has been pairing all kinds of different artists to perform together, including Morris Day with HAIM performing "Jungle Love," Joss Stone and the Stone Temple Pilots performing "Interstate Love Song," Weezer's Rivers Cuomo with ZZ Top and many more.
Though the pairing may seem like one of the most bizarre to date, Fall Out Boy recently remixed their latest 2015 album American Beauty/American Psycho within the same year, re-titling it Make America Psycho Again. Being that the newly-remixed album featured collaborations with some of the scene's biggest rap icons, including Azealia Banks, the pop-punk outfit was surely ready to become Fall Out Boyz II Men.
Frontman Patrick Stump belted out the vocals to the Motown-esque hit song along with the R&B trio, all backed by the iconic rock band who doesn't miss a beat.
This new performance isn't the first time "Motownphilly" has been on TV in recent years. Fans of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, will remeber "the gang" rehearsing the same song together to win a contest and become the trio's opening act. We're not sure who sang it better, them or FOB and B2M themselves...