Karen Belz
January 25, 2017 6:34 am
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Ellen isn’t the only host that can bust a move. Last night on The Tonight Show, guest Mike Myers played “Dice Dance Off” with Jimmy Fallon, and it ended in some of the funkiest moves we’ve ever seen.

Each side of the die contains the name of a dance move that the two have never heard of before. (And, uh — we think it’s safe to say that nobody has heard of them before. Besides the Tonight Show writers, in a dream.)

The two Saturday Night Live alum then had to create their own moves based on the name of the dance they rolled. With names like the “Which pocket did I put my keys in?” dance, high energy was pretty much a given.

Fallon represented the United States while Myers, of course, represented Canada. Watch below to see who won:

We might bust out the “hot poutine” routine during our next family party. Y’know, to help keep things lively, and give a well-deserved shout-out to Canada in the process.

We also have to give props to the “windy plastic bag” dance, since Fallon’s writhing around on stage was nothing short of inspired.

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While we love so many of the segments on The Tonight Show, this one is definitely one of a kind.

It’s also nice to see Mike Myers, especially after hearing the news about Wayne’s World returning to theaters next month. Myers is also in the upcoming movie Terminal, which also stars Margot Robbie and Simon Pegg. It doesn’t have a release date set yet, but it’s expected to be out this year.

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