Paul Rudd Kills Dominates the Lip-Sync Battle
Jimmy Fallon had taken on some tough contenders in the lip-sync battles he used to stage on Late Night. But he clearly had never taken on someone on the lip-syncing caliber of Paul Rudd. The comedian started off with a scorching, sultry (and silent) interpretation of Tina Turner's "You Better Be Good to Me" before bringing down the hammer with Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now." Rudd had not even finished shaking his ass to the second song before Fallon conceded and declared the Anchorman star the winner.