Britney Spears stars in hilarious Jimmy Fallon segment

Kylie Mar
Host & Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Jimmy Fallon and pop icon Britney Spears have created a hilarious skit of them as teenage BFF’s on the latest instalment of The Tonight Show.

Britney, currently on her ‘Piece of Me’ tour, made a pit stop to join the chat show host as girl named Sara in the fun segment — titled Ew!, in which she played Sara’s camp bestie, Abby.

The two reminisced on their time at camp, shared #ThrowbackThursday photos and played a game called ‘Fashion Freeze,’ before Sara’s stepdad Gary interrupted with a very dad-like FaceTime call.

Britney Spears made a cameo on Jimmy Fallon’s skit show, Ew! Source: NBC

Grossed out by Gary’s use of the word “curd,” Sara had zero interest in talking to her stepdad, who was calling to find out if the girls wanted any snacks from the “shop and go”.

So, after hanging up on Gary, the two decided to play the “Ew!” speed round.

The pair played BFFs, teenage girls Abby and Sara. Source: NBC

Abby said “ew!” to current fads like matcha-flavoured ice cream, “weird pop-up phone holder things,” squishies, and sun-dried tomatoes.

However, when Sara flashed a photo of The Office star Steve Carell, Abby confessed that she thought he was “so cute”. Abby asked Sara, “He’s like a really talented actor. Have you ever seen Despicable Me 3?”

While the segment may not have been Jimmy’s most side-splitting in “Ew!” history, Brit satisfied the ’90s kids with a tiny bit of singing when Fallon said, “We’re stuck between two worlds. It’s like, I’m not a girl”.

Britney Spears played a customer in one of Jimmy’s segments back in 2002. Source: Getty/NBC

Spears finished the statement by singing, “Not yet a woman.” Emphasis on the “tiny.”

The pair have partnered up for one of Jimmy’s spoof segments before, with Britney appearing in ‘The Leather Man’ skit on February 2, 2002.

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