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To honor Fleet Week, Jimmy Fallon welcomed U.S. troops to “The Tonight Show” on Wednesday with a serenade of sorts.
The studio audience was filled with servicemen and women who were quick to rise and cheer when actor Adam Sandler joined Fallon on stage for the special tribute.
The pair sang a duet that was a take off of country music recording star Garth Brook’s big hit, “Friends in Low Places.”
“Well I’ll tell you the truth. I love all the troops. Protecting the land, sea and air,” Fallon began, but the hit line appeared to be when Sandler sang, “And when the show’s through, just one thing left to do — go out to the bars and get laid!”
Happy Memorial Day!
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