On an episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Gal Gadot demonstrated her exceptional Charades abilities while going head to head against Miley Cyrus. The game was played with the assistance of Fallon and Black Thought. Despite Gadot’s gorgeous corset top with a plunging neckline, she admitted that she had never played before, eliciting a cry from Fallon who despises losing.
Gal Gadot was a contestant on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and went head-to-head with Miley Cyrus in a game show. As the Israeli actress took her turn, she silently acted out clues to the popular Bruce Springsteen song “Born To Run.” Despite her enthusiastic performance, Jimmy was unable to guess the answer. Miley took her turn next and successfully acted out “Ring Of Fire,” prompting her to dance and stick her tongue out in celebration. Throughout the game, Gadot reassured Jimmy that everything was going to be okay.
Miley and her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, teamed up to perform a heartwarming rendition of Tom Petty’s Wildflowers. Meanwhile, Fallon was apprehensive about portraying a horror movie character, but Gadot quickly grasped the concept after receiving only a few hints. ‘I’ve never had a better experience,’ Fallon proclaimed excitedly. On the show, Gadot discussed her upcoming hosting duties on Saturday Night Live.
Gal promoted her upcoming hosting gig on Saturday Night Live and expressed gratitude towards her fans after Fallon congratulated her on the huge success of her movie Wonder Woman, which made $820 million at the box office. She mentioned that the movie performed beyond expectations and it has been an incredible journey. Gadot, a former beauty queen, will be reprising her role as Wonder Woman in Justice League that is set to release on November 17.
On their initial encounter, Jimmy indulged Gal with her inaugural taste of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. During their conversation, Gal mentioned that her daughter Alma is unfazed when she pretends to be Wonder Woman during playtime. Alma even shared her experience playing a minor role of a ‘poor girl’ in the movie and expressed her belief that all women possess heroic qualities just like Wonder Woman. Gal mimicked her daughter’s eagerness as she recounted the story.
Gal, a mother of two, was spotted alongside her husband Yaron Versano in Beverly Hills, California in January. During her appearance on the show, Fallon surprised her with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, which she seemed to enjoy as she smiled and gave a thumbs up. The show also featured Desus and Mero from Viceland as guests.
Miley and Jimmy played a fun guessing game where they mimed the song “Dancing On The Ceiling” for Tariq ‘Black Thought’ Trotter and Gal. Miley made a gesture upwards while Jimmy danced to act out the song.
Jimmy and Miley teamed up for a hilarious No Big Deal sketch mocking Bravo network.
Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon decided to ham it up on a skit where they played two characters with an air of indifference, sticking their tongues out for added effect. Unfortunately, Jon Bernthal, who was supposed to promote The Punisher, did not show up for his guest appearance. This was due to a joint statement from Marvel and Netflix announcing the cancellation of The Punisher’s presentation at the upcoming New York Comic Con in light of the recent Las Vegas shooting tragedy. The spin-off series follows Frank Castle, an anti-hero, and his vigilante persona, and was originally set to premiere soon.
The popular duo Desus & Mero from Viceland made an appearance on The Tonight Show where Miley Cyrus was a guest for a week to promote her latest album, Younger Now. As part of the show, she and Fallon took part in a hilarious parody of a fictitious Bravo program. In addition, Miley performed a touching tribute to Tom Petty, who passed away this week at the age of 66. She was accompanied by her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, as they beautifully covered Wildflowers.
As a tribute to the legendary musician Tom Petty, Miley Cyrus performed a beautiful rendition of his hit song “Wildflowers”. To add to the emotion of the moment, her father Billy Ray joined her on guitar and helped to create an unforgettable performance.