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Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert Sing About Their Relationship on 'Late Night'

February 23, 2013 (5:05 am) GMT
After exchanging invitations to each other's Oscar party, the 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host and his guest sing a duet about them becoming friendly.
Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert Sing About Their Relationship on 'Late Night'

and described their relationship with a song on "". When the Comedy Central host stopped by the late-night talk show on Thursday, February 21, they tried to show kindness to each other by exchanging invitations to each other's Oscar party.

Fallon said he couldn't make it to Colbert's party and vice versa, making them realize that they were neither best friends nor eternal enemies. As they pondered if they would be good friends, they headed to a grand piano on the stage and delivered "Ivory and Ivory", a parody of and 's "Ebony and Ivory".

"If and can be friendly, why can't we?" the two comedians sang about tolerating each other. "Your ice cream tastes just like Al Roker's Depends, but we're still good friends."



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