Jimmy Fallon said the show went "off the rails," but really it was more like "unchained."
"Django Unchained" star Jamie Foxx dropped by "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday to talk about his new album and just completely took over during "Wheel of Musical Impressions." Fallon held his own by breaking out some Barry Gibb and Bruce Springsteen, but Foxx's versions of John Legend singing the Toys "R" Us jingle and Jennifer Hudson singing "On Top of Spaghetti" stole the show.
That's right. Foxx did a spot-on Jennifer Hudson impression, and it's so good, it'll make you think he had the wrong role in "Dreamgirls."