Alanis Morissette And Jimmy Fallon Go Undercover Busking In NYC Subway
Commuters were in for the shock of their lives when two unassuming buskers on the NYC subway turned out to be none other than Alanis Morissette and Jimmy Fallon.
In a hilarious segment for 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', Alanis Morissette And Jimmy Fallon hit the subway in the Big Apple dressed in disguise for an impromptu performance.
With Morissette dressed in a blonde wig and fuzzy jacket and Fallon donning a long grey beard and beanie, commuters were none the wiser to the pair's true identities.
"Good evening, everybody. We'd like to sing a couple of songs for you," Jimmy announced while disguising his voice. "We hope you enjoy. Happy holidays."
As Fallon played a mini snare drum, Morissette began singing a track of Christmas carol "The Little Drummer Boy," with commuters soon gathering around the singer to watch the show.
When Fallon removed his disguise, the crowd became excited, which was only exacerbated once Morissette also revealed her identity, with the crowd cheering as she took off her hat and wig.
Morissette then treated the crowd to a performance of her 1995 hit "You Oughta Know", with the crowd -- and Fallon -- jumping, dancing and singing along to the iconic tune.
It's not the first time the talk show host as surprised subway commuters -- in 2017 he and Miley Cyrus also went undercover before revealing their identities to an unsuspecting crowd.
Next year, Alanis Morissette will embark on a 25th-anniversary tour of her iconic album 'Jagged Little Pill' alongside Liz Phair and Garbage.
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