September 27, 2011 09:22:02 GMT
Having been called out by Jonah on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon', the 'Glee' star sends a warning to the 'Moneyball' actor as saying, 'No one messes with someone from musical theater.'
The heat is on between Matthew Morrison and Jonah Hill. Less than a week after Jonah called him out during an appearance on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" and told him to bring his s**t next time they meet, the Will Schuester of "Glee" sent his video response to the challenge.
In the video, Matthew talked directly to the camera and told Jonah, "I can sing my way out of it," before climbing on a chair and added, "and I can dance my way out of it." The TV actor also let out a warning to the "Moneyball" star, "Be very afraid." He went on to say, "No one messes with someone from musical theater... This just got real, man."
Back on September 21, Jonah stopped by the late night show hosted by Jimmy Fallon to promote "Moneyball". While chatting with the host, the 27-year-old comedian talked about his beef with Matthew. He first recalled the incident when the 32-year-old embarrassed him at the FOX Upfronts Presentation, before claiming that the actor also used him as a punch line of a joke.
Before standing up from his seat and pointing his fingers to the camera, Jonah said, "Yo, Matthew Morrison, you better bring s**t next time I see you, dude." He went on to add, "I'd like to see him sing his way out of this one. I think he learned his lesson."