Jimmy Fallon is ready for Broadway.
The host of the night showed his singing skills on Tuesday's episode of The show tonight joining Lin-Manuel Miranda and the rest of the Hamilton Cast in Puerto Rico for a special version of "The Story of Tonight."
As in the musical, the song begins with Alexander Hamilton (played by Miranda) singing alongside John Laurens, Hercules Mulligan Y Marquis de lafayette in a local pub. However, another character was soon added to the scene when Fallon came out with a costume to match Miranda's. The star of the comedy shook everything from the traditional vest to the slippery bun.
While Fallon began to sing the right lyrics, he soon took some creative liberties. So instead of singing "Telling the story of tonight," Fallon ventured a courage: "We have a killer show tonight." And instead of humming "They'll tell the story tonight," he and Miranda sang, "In Puerto Rico for tonight."
In fact, the two began to issue a version of The show tonightThe theme song.
Watch the video to see the act.
Miranda is resuming his role as one of the founding fathers of a limited-time career in Puerto Rico. All proceeds from his shows benefit the Flamboyan Arts Fund, which supports the arts in Puerto Rico. Miranda told Fallon that he hoped to raise $ 15 million to create multi-year grants for artists, including museums, individual artists and theater groups. I felt that this was particularly important after the consequences of Hurricane Maria.
"They are never reminded of recovery efforts, of reconstruction efforts, and they will be the ones to tell the story of this hurricane," he said. "They are the ones who were here, they are the ones who lived in that silence."
The last Miranda show in Puerto Rico will be on January 27.
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