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Will Smith And Jimmy Fallon Sing It Takes Two

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Jimmy Fallon loves getting famous people to do what they haven’t done in years and last night he had Will Smith singing, rapping and beatboxing like it was 1993.

Fallon joined him in a duet of It Takes Two by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock but The Tonight Show host isn’t exactly Jazzy Jeff.

They did shake the room though. 

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