The host parodied 'La La Land' songs, accompanied by Hollywood stars such as Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, Ryan Reynolds and Justin Timberlake.
Jimmy Fallon's "La La Land" parody during the opening of the 2017 Golden Globes was indeed a terrific one. The memorable performance started with Fallon appearing in a limo and spoofing some "La La Land" songs.
Fallon exited the car to sing with beautifully dressed Nicole Kidman. The camera then moved to the singing Amy Adams, who later walked side by side with Fallon. Sarah Paulson, Evan Rachel Wood, Rami Malek and "Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harington hit the right note as well. The dancers eventually showed off their smooth moves on the cars.
The scenes shifted to Fallon's parody of Ryan Gosling's "La La Land" piano performance. "Deadpool" lead actor Ryan Reynolds hilariously popped out before Fallon started singing again. "A room full of stars, some from movies, some TV. Room full of stars, they've been getting drunk since three," sang Fallon.
Fallon then walked away from his piano to meet the one and only Justin Timberlake. The two stepped on imaginary stairs and danced amid the stars. After they finished dancing and the starry backdrop was removed, Fallon entered a door with "TO STAGE" sign on it, ready to host the 2017 Golden Globes.
The event was held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. All winners have been announced. Ryan Gosling, Tom Hiddleston, Viola Davis, Emma Stone and Casey Affleck were among big winners at the event. "La La Land" won Best Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy.