Paul Rudd And Jimmy Fallon Give Us A Hilarious ‘You Spin Me Round’ Remake

The “Avengers: Endgame” actor and talk show host did a shot-for-shot re-creation of the classic ’80s music video on “The Tonight Show.”

Here is something we never knew we needed.

Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd decided to do a painstaking shot-for-shot remake of Dead or Alive’s music video for their 1985 hit, “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” on “The Tonight Show” Thursday.

The two sang for the video, staying insanely true to their source material and bringing it all — the ribbons, the hair, the eye patch — making their authentic re-creation ridiculously absurd by today’s music video standards.

The “Avengers: Endgame” star portrayed the group’s lead vocalist, the late Pete Burns, and proved he can rock eyeliner and act out a song’s lyrics with his hands like it’s no one’s business. Fallon took on the role of the late Steve Coy, the band’s drummer, and somehow managed to pull off goth-kid indifference without laughing while wearing a ludicrous red wig.

Rudd later mentioned he talked to his kids via FaceTime while he and Fallon were shooting the video and “traumatized them.”

“My son immediately said … ‘Oh, my God, you look like a ‘Real House Housewife of Atlanta.’ Then he said, ‘No ‘Orange County,’” the actor recounted.

Rudd also said the Wu-Tang Clan was on set the day they taped the video but he was too humiliated in his costume to actually meet them.

“I wanted to meet Wu-Tang Clan so badly,” Rudd recalled. “But I wouldn’t leave the room.”

It’s not the first time the two have remade a music video. They also did equally funny re-creations of Styx’s “Too Much Time on My Hands” and Go West’s “King of Wishful Thinking.”

And if you’re curious about the accuracy of their remake, you can check out Dead or Alive’s original music video below.