If there's one thing that Late Night host Jimmy Fallon knows how to do extraordinarily well, it's take the boring old celebrity interview segment and turn it into an amazing viral sensation. Yesterday (Nov. 28), the SNL alum welcomed guests Rashida Jones and Carrie Underwood. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Hannukah, Christmas and the Billboard Top 40 charts, the trio gave amazing holiday makeovers to some of the biggest hits from 2013. And, of course, the results are totally hilarious.
Fallon, Jones and (eventually) Underwood covered all the holiday territory and managed to cover several different musical genres as well. Things kicked off with a reworking of the Daft Punk/Pharrell Williams hit "Get Lucky," wherein Fallon and Jones were up all night to... eat turkey.
Soon, they moved into the post-Thanksgiving dinner nap with "Snore" (a.k.a. Kary Perry's "Roar") and played a little dreidel to the tune of Lorde's "Royals."
Everything really got kicked up a notch when Underwood entered the picture and blasted through Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball." The space cat from Cyrus' American Music Awards Performance also made a cameo, as the Sound of Music star lamented about cooking a Butterball.
Soon, they blasted through holiday imaginings of "I Love It" ("I stuffed it!"), a particularly inspired version of "Blurred Lines" about all those Black Friday deals and a Santa-fied version of The Lumineer's "Ho Hey," fittingly titled "Ho Ho Ho."
Watch the amazing trio blast through new holiday classics below: