Christina Aguilera and Jimmy Fallon went incognito on the NYC subway, and LOL forever
When you live in New York City, you get pretty used to seeing street performers, and most New Yorkers barely give them a second thought. But these NYC subway riders got the shock of their lives on Wednesday, June 13th, because they happened to stumble upon Jimmy Fallon and Christina Aguilera performing a surprise concert in the subway station, and their reactions are priceless.
Not only that, but Aguilera and Fallon donned disguises, which consisted of big hats, sunglasses, and a banjo (LOL). With a full band, Aguilera began with a cover of Aretha Franklin’s “Think,” as a crowd began to form. Most people were completely unaware they were in the presence of a music legend.
However, Fallon eventually removed his hat and wig, introducing himself and his famous “band member,” before Aguilera launched into her hit, “Fighter.”
Of course, she crushed it, serving up flawless vocals in true Xtina fashion. And the crowd reaction is worth everything.
Aguilera also performed her hit “Fall In Line” on the Tonight Show, sharing details about her new album “Liberation,” her upcoming tour, and what it’s like to be a mom of two on the road. Of course, if you want to see her in concert for reals, you’ll have to buy tickets…but you never know, you might just get lucky and spot her in a subway station near you. Dare to dream, right?