Jimmy Fallon channeled his inner frat boy on The Tonight Show Wednesday, recruiting his guests to play "Musical Beers." Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, along with Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) and Tig Notaro (One Mississippi) were the enthusiastic competitors, playing the game that works just like musical chairs but dizzier, as red Solo cups of ale replace the chairs.
Despite giving it the good college try, Kelley and Hubbard failed to trump their Hollywood competitors. It came down to Paul and Notaro, with the latter pulling off a dramatic (and messy) win and quipping, "I've never lost at this game." (She's never played it before, either.)
FGL also performed their 16-week (and counting) Number One song, "H.O.L.Y." on the show. [Watch below.] The sensual-meets-spiritual tune is the first single from the duo's Dig Your Roots album, coming out this Friday. Collaborators on the LP include the Backstreet Boys on "God, Your Mama and Me" and Tim McGraw on the project's second single, "May We All."