Joseph Gordon-Levitt sings ‘B—- Better Have My Money’ on The Tonight Show

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Joseph Gordon-Levitt sings ‘B—- Better Have My Money’ on The Tonight Show.

The 34-year-old Hollywood actor became the latest star to don a bright blazer and straw hat to sing a medley of the pop star’s hit with talk show host Fallon on The Tonight Show. ’That was so much fun man, I’ve loved seeing that in the past and when you sent me the email asking if I wanted to do the Ragtime Gals I was like ‘Oh my God, I get to do the Ragtime Gals,’ he said clapping wildly. More people come up to me and tell me they like me the lip-synch, more than Inception, or The Dark Knight Rises, or ‘500 Days of Summer.’ Gordon-Levitt was on to promote his latest movie The Walk, in which he plays Frenchman Philippe Petit who set out to walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center with no safety rope. The 43-year-old funnyman talked about how his original plan to propose to 31-year-old Lydia at Disneyland was foiled only to pop the question after winning a Creative Arts Emmy two weeks ago.

Outkast rapper Big Boi teamed up with electronic duo Phantogram for a performance of Fell In the Sun off their new project together appropriately called Big Grams.

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