Adam Sandler was again on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this Monday with one other track about adjusting to life within the time of COVID-19. This time, Jimmy Fallon joined in to sing about how although all of us love our grandmothers, now’s not the time to hug them, kiss them, or allow them to squeeze your cheeks.
Last week, Sandler joined Fallon to sing an ode to healthcare staff. Who is aware of what the longer term holds for the Sandler-Fallon collabs? Hand-washing ballads? Rock songs about solely making important journeys? Love songs about being other than your boo throughout quarantine?
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has developed from superstar friends within the studio to superstar friends calling in through video chat. In addition to Adam Sandler, Lady Gaga joined on Monday night time (although she did not sing), together with Andy Cohen. Also making an look and singing was Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong with a canopy of Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now.”
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