Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon Perform 'Evolution Of End Zone Dancing' On 'Late Night' [VIDEO]

 @TBarrabit.barrabi@ibtimes.com on September 11 2013 10:52 AM

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are at it again. The comedic duo reunited on Tuesday night for some touchdown-related hijinks in a segment called “Evolution of End Zone Dancing.”

Timberlake is a frequent guest on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” and lent his considerable talents to the talk show host’s “Evolution of Dance” parody series. Fallon has already produced segments on the “Evolution of Dad Dancing” and “Evolution of Mom Dancing,” Vulture notes.

The “Evolution of End Zone Dancing” video started off with a few legitimate touchdown celebrations. Timberlake and Fallon demonstrated the “Ickey Shuffle” and the “Dirty Bird,” two of the NFL’s most memorable end zone dances. After that, things got a little out of hand.

At first, Fallon and Timberlake kept their performances relatively tame, dancing the “Touchdown Robot” and the “Earthquake Waiter.” The close friends soon set their sights on mocking the football world’s favorite targets -- Manti Te’o, Tim Tebow, and current homicide suspect Aaron Hernandez.

Hernandez was up first. In a dance called “I Thought I Just Saw Aaron Hernandez,” Fallon and Timberlake feigned looks of pure terror. For “Manti Te’o On A Date,” they each pretended to be locked in a romantic embrace with, well, no one -- a dig at Te’o’s infamous “fake girlfriend” incident. Finally, “Tebowing (2013)” featured each man dropping into the former NFL quarterback’s famed pose, only to give the crowd the middle finger.

Of course, Fallon and Timberlake’s performance was all done in good humor. We’ve including the video below for your viewing pleasure.

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