-♪ Tonight Show Fast Dance Off ♪ ♪ Tonight Show Fast Dance Off ♪ -Now how it works is,
we’re gonna take turns dancing as fast as we can. But we won’t be dancing
to fast songs. We’ll be dancing
to slow songs from the ’70s. They’ve all been picked
by Questlove, who has chosen… [ Cheers and applause ] …the least —
the least danceable songs that he can think of, and the best
fastest dancer wins. -Okay, wait a minute.
I have questions, ’cause you know
I’m competitive, okay? -Yeah, I know, I know.
-So, is the object to just dance fast
to the slow song or to dance
as fast as you can, like, I have to beat you,
I have to dance faster than you? -No, I think
it’s just dance fast to the… -Slow song.
-…slow song, and be the — -So just dance fast.
-Yes, that’s right. -But not faster than you. -You can go faster than me
if you feel like it. -I want — but if that’s
gonna make me win, then that’s what I want to do.
[ Laughter ] -We all know who’s gonna win.
Come on. [ Laughter ]
No, no, please. Since you’re my guest,
I would like you to go first. [ Laughter, cheers, applause ] [ Laughing ] Quest, what song
will Jennifer be dancing to? -Okay, Jennifer, you will
be dancing to the classic “Three Times a Lady,”
by Tuskegee, Alabama’s own, The Commodores.
-There you go. This is a great —
It’s a great fast-dance song. -I have to just dance fast.
Okay. -Yeah, here we go.
Yeah. Whenever you’re ready. ♪♪ -♪ Yes, you’re once, twice ♪ ♪ Three times a lady ♪
-Oh, come on! Oh, my —
[ Cheers and applause ] Oh, my — Oh, my — All right, all right. All right, you won. You got that one. You got that one.
You nailed it, come on. You can’t —
You can’t turn around. -That’s the whole object
of the game. -It’s my turn here.
Questlove, what is my song? -All right.
Your song is the ’70s classic “Babe,” by Chicago’s own Styx.
-I love you babe. [ Cheers and applause ] I love you, babe.
[ Laughter ] -All right, wait, wait.
Let me get — -“Babe” — “Babe,” by Styx.
Okay, go. Here we go.
Hit it. ♪♪ ♪ ‘Cause you know
it’s you, babe ♪ -All right.
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪ Whenever I get weary ♪ ♪ And I’ve had enough ♪ ♪ Feel like giving up ♪ ♪ You know it’s you, babe ♪ ♪ Giving me the courage
and the strength I need ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ Please believe
that it’s true ♪ [ Both laugh ] -♪ Babe, I love you ♪
All right. -We’re Sonny and Cher again,
all of a sudden. Here we are again.
-Yeah, yeah. -That just felt right. [ Laughter ] -You are such a ham.
[ Laughter ] -Jennifer —
I’m so competitive. -I thought I was,
but then there’s you. -You were — You’re up.
Quest, what is Jennifer’s song? -Again?
-Okay. -Oh, yeah.
-Oh, yeah. Your song is “MacArthur Park”… -Yeah, by Donna Summer. -…by Limerick, Ireland’s own
Richard Harris. -Oh!
-The original. -Here we go.
Hoo! I’m out of breath. ♪ MacArthur’s Park
is melting in the dark ♪ ♪ All the sweet green icing
flowing down ♪ ♪ Someone left the cake out
in the rain ♪ -Oh, come on! You’re so good! -♪ I don’t think
that I can take it ♪ -All right, guys…
Oh, my God! Come on!
She’s the best! ♪ And I’ll never have
that recipe again ♪ -All right, stop, stop, stop.
All right, stop! Game over! Game over! Game over.
Clearly — You’re clearly the best dancer. -It’s my song,
it was a rap song. -That was amazing what you just
did to “MacArthur Park.” Oh, my gosh.
-So ridiculous. -You won.
I got to give you — I got to give Jennifer Lopez —
I got to give it to Jennifer. [ Cheers and applause ] Do one more? -Let’s do one together.
Come on. -One together?
-May I have this fast dance? -Yes.
-Questlove, what else you have? Do you have one for us?
-Okay. You guys are gonna dance to the slow-jam classic
“Reunited,” by D.C.’S own Peaches & Herb.
[ Cheers and applause ] -♪ Hey, hey ♪ ♪ I can’t go cheating, honey ♪ ♪ I can’t play ♪
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪ I found it very hard
to stay away ♪ -[ Laughing ] My thanks to Jennifer Lopez! “World of Dance” —
That’s the moment. “World of Dance”!
Premieres May 29th, on NBC. [ Laughing ]