Justin Timberlake Joins Jimmy Fallon at Camp


(Radio.com) Justin Timberlake visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening (Oct. 26) and participated in a skit in which he and Fallon went back to summer camp.

The setting was past lights out at Camp Winnipesaukee in 1996 where a young brace-faced and curly-haired Timberlake was trying to rest when his friend, Fallon, asked him if he was sleeping. The two begin chatting and Timberlake reveals that he will be dressing up as the television character Blossom for Halloween after rejecting the idea of Steve Urkel and Zack Morris.

In a room surrounded by childhood games of the '90s like Guess Who? and Battleship, the two friends decide to sing a song they heard on the radio earlier that day-- "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette.

Since it's past their bedtime, Fallon and Timberlake sing in whispered voices, but when it comes to the chorus they can't help but belt it at the top of their lungs. Watch the clip here.

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