Ferrell kicked it off by lip syncing Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love,” along with some hilarious dance moves. Next, Fallon did a spirited cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone,” with the help of some props. Hart pretend sang a very romantic rendition of John Legend’s “All Of Me,” practically drawing tears from Ferrell.
In the second round, Ferrell said he was going to fake sing an “Adele Dazeem” song, and then proceeded to do “Let It Go.” When it came time for Fallon’s second song, he was joined by Drew Barrymore for a performance of Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes’ “I’ve Had The Time Of My Life.” The two sort of recreated some of the moves from Dirty Dancing, including Fallon lifting Barrymore up above him. At some point, though, Fallon tore a hole in his pants. For the final song, Hart lip-synced the Super Bowl’s halftime performer Katy Perry’s “Roar,” which got the entire audience up on their feet.
Before the the lip synch, Ferrell and Hart talked about their upcoming film Get Hard. In the movie, Ferrell is a Bernie Madoff-type who’s being sent to San Quentin, and he’s hired Hart, who he thinks is a tough guy, to help him hardened up for the scary maximum security prison. Earlier in the night, both Ferrell and Hart sat together at the Super Bowl. Fortunately, their yelling for and cheering on the teams didn’t affect their (non-singing) lip syncing songs.
In the past, Fallon has competed in lip sync battles against Paul Rudd, Emma Stone, and Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton, who functioned as one team against the talk show host.