Jul 21, 2016 11:26 AM EDT
Jimmy Fallon Hilariously Mocks Donald Trump’s RNC Speech
On Tuesday, the American comedian - Jimmy Fallon, decided to once again dress up as Donald Trump to mock the U.S. presidential hopeful.
Fallon didn't just pass up the opportunity to mock Trump, the television host Fallon also made fun of Trump's VP pick Mike Pence, and of course, the Melania Trump plagiarism issue.
The host of the American talk show - "The Tonight Show," recreated the politician's over-the-top entrance at Monday's Republican National Convention (RNC), and Fallon ensured to take a punch at Melania's allegedly plagiarized speech, according to NY Daily News.
Fallon stated that, did you see Melania, she literally stole the show, as Melania delivered her speech like a true first lady. Melania might have plagiarized some of Michelle Obama's speech, but you have to admit that she made it harder, better, faster and stronger.
Also, as Fallon used a few soap opera puns, he also went on to poke fun at Trump's other speaker choices, like Scott Baio and Antonio Sabato Jr.
Fallon stated that as people heard from Antonio Sabato Jr. from General Hospital last night, but tonight people will hear from Kimberlin Brown from The Young and the Restless, which is interesting for the reason that the rest of the week everybody will be hearing from all of Trump's children.
The alum of "Saturday Night Live" is generally pretty spot on with his impression of Trump, but this latest impersonation of Fallon was perfectly funny, Perez Hilton reported.
On the other hand, Idris Elba made an appearance on "The Tonight Show," and the talk show host Fallon set out to see how much Elba's voice could be distorted. The first round saw Elba rap out the "Panda" song of Desiigner in a chipmunk style and the deep-voice rendition of Fallon to Drake's "One Dance."
Then, Elba and Fallon performed together Lionel Richie and Diana Ross' "Endless Love," according to Entertainment Weekly.
Watch the video here as Fallon mocked Trump:
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