Jimmy Fallon loves the holiday season, and proved it last night when he and guest Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation) served up a Thanksgiving helping of holiday-themed song parodies of tunes by Drake, Taylor Swift, Rihanna and more.
“As much as I’ve loved all the songs from this year, there’s nothing I love more than holiday music,”; Jimmy told viewers on last night’s Tonight Show. “Whenever I hear it, it just makes me want to sing.”;
Entering the Tonight Show stage, Jones added: “Jimmy, it’s so funny that you would say that, because I actually have an idea.”;
“Wait, Rashida,”; replied Fallon, “are you saying to change the words of popular songs to make them about Thanksgiving and also about Hanukkah and Christmas?”;
That’s exactly what she’s saying, which led to such song parodies as the Thanksgiving-themed “B*tch Better Have My Stuffing”; and a couple of surprise guests to help out: Queen Latifah and Eric Nally from Macklemore’s “Downtown.”; Watch: