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Supermodel stunner Kate Upton is so famous at such a young age, the 21-year-old hasn't had a chance to experience a lot of things most of her peers have.

One of those things is flip cup, which Jimmy Fallon introduced to her in a clip from earlier this fall (which is still worth watching now, trust us on this one0.

"I didn't go to college. This is what I missed out on: drinking games," Upton said, responding to Jimmy's challenge and revealing that she's "very competitive."

And skilled. Watch her wipe the floor with him below:

After a rough start with the first cup, Kate Upton plowed through each of the final four to come out on top, then trash talked Jimmy a little bit to boot.

You want some help with yours, man?

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Norwegian duo Ylvis brought their viral video sensation and eternal question - What Does the Fox Say?! - to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this week.

To fans' delight, the performance recreated nearly all the lights, characters, costumes and choreography that make the original video so absurd (and popular).

Take a look at the glory that is "The Fox" live below!

We can't really add much to something so ... unique.

There's a horse. There's an old man reading to a small child. There is a ring-ding-a-ling and a heck of a good time had by all who experienced this.

Kanye may have gotten all the buzz, but what the fox says is a more interesting topic than wheter Kim Kardashian deserves a star on the Walk of Fame.

In our opinion, at least. What does the FOX SAY?!

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Miley Cyrus went all A cappella on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon yesterday, joining The Roots for an impression rendition of "We Can't Stop."

But the singer also touched on a number of topics during her interview with Fallon, starting by telling the host that she's really cold. Oh, and really talented.

"I feel [Saturday Night Live] was a good time for me to kind of show people that I don't just twerk and lick stuff," Cyrus said. "I can sing. And I can act a little bit, too!"

Added the 20-year old of her SNL hosting stint, which included a sketch that mocked the government shutdown and an impression of Scarlett Johansson: "I'm multitalented. My parents are proud."

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Twerking is so over, according to Jimmy Fallon and Lindsay Lohan.

Maybe they've never seen Miley Cyrus Twerking. Or maybe they've seen too much of Miley Cyrus Twerking. In any case, they say it's totes played out.

On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Thursday, LiLo appeared and participated in a sketch about a fake Teen Nick show called Ew. It's about stuff that's ... ew.

Take a look at their comedic collaboration below:

"I'm Sara," Fallon said, getting into character as your standard American teenage girl. "And if you're wondering, that's S-A-R-A. No H, because H's are ew!"

Sara then introduced her BFFLFR - best friend forever for life for realsies - Stephanie Sullivan (Lohan), a big fan of One Direction singer Harry Styles.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt can add lip-syncing to his long list of talents.

The actor engaged in an epic, hardcore "lip-sync off" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this week, battling both Fallon and comedic writer Stephen Merchant.

The trio silently "sang" classics like "Boom! Shake the Room" and "Take On Me," but it was JGL's take on "Superbass" by Nicki Minaj that stole the show:

Not only did the 32-year-old actor appear to know every single word to the fast-paced song, he did it with booty-shaking, borderline Twerking moves.

Bet the Joseph Gordon-Levitt doppelganger was impressed.

Despite being put to shame by Gordon-Levitt, all is not lost for Fallon, who continues his amazing run lately as he prepares to take over for Jay Leno.

Also, check out his lip-sync off with John Krasinski.

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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake decided to "hashtag" an entire conversation on Late Night this week, showing viewers just how ridiculous hashtags are.

Implemented for an actual purpose by Twitter, the hashtag has evolved and taken over pretty much the entire social networking world at this point.

That's not necessarily a good thing. If you read someone’s update with a hashtag out loud, the concept seems absurd, as Jimmy and Justin illustrate:

Throughout their chat, not only are hashtags thrown in at the end of each sentence, but they also make the hashtag sign with their fingers. Every time.

Sadly, this is not unlike online conversatons people actually have. #allthetime.

Fallon has been destroying it lately, especially with Timberlake. Check out his:

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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, as kids at summer camp, sing the '90s hit "Only Wanna Be With You" by Hootie & The Blowfish in a hilarious new skit.

On the most recent episode of NBC's Late Night, the friends and frequent collaborators took a trip down memory lane to their sleepaway camp days.

Rocking Justin's NSYNC-style frosted hair and braces (both of them did), the BFFs BELT out some Hootie & the Blowfish live from Lake Winnipesaukee.

Someone's GOT to get these two back on SNL ...

Fallon's been on kind of a roll lately. Don't miss his:

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Ben Affleck thought he could handle it. He thought he'd be okay.

He was wrong.

The actor appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday and said he was warned about the backlash over his Batman casting, with the studio telling him "Just don’t use the Internet for a couple of days."

But "I handle sh-t!'” Affleck asserted, only to then realize just how negative that "sh-t" actually became, as he explains in this footage:

Of course, the criticism has now moved from Affleck as Batman to Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey.

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Jimmy Fallon channels Walter White in a great Breaking Bad parody entitled Joking Bad. Like the show itself, it is LONG, drawn-out and detail oriented.

Fallon does his best impression Bryan Cranston's bald, Emmy-winning character for the segment, only he slings awful jokes instead of crystal meth.

If you're into the show, and/or Fallon's spot-on impersonations, you'll love it:

Supporting character and Breaking Bad spinoff focal point Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) actually appears in the skit as Jimmy's agent, which is great.

Cranston and Aaron Paul also make cameos, further adding to the Late Night skit's luster and making us lament the fact that only three episodes remain.

Of Breaking Bad, that is. Jimmy has six months before taking over for Jay Leno.

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We have a new contender for Best Jimmy Fallon Video of All-Time.

Yes, puppies predicting the Super Bowl were very cool. And who can forget Selena Gomez teaming with the talk show host on Mario Kart Love Song?

But Justin Timberlake appeared on Fallon's late-night program yesterday and took viewers through the Evolution of the End Zone Dance with the always-game comedian.

From Tebowing to Taking a Selfie, it's fascinating to see how far these moves have come in the past few years along. Does anyone doubt we'll soon see a wide receiver Twerk after crossing the goal line?

Watch the hilarity now:

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