Last night, Jimmy Fallon reprised one of his most popular characters in recent memory, Tebowie -- a combination of Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and rocker David Bowie. This time, Fallon is in full-on Ziggy Stardust get-up, and sang lyrics to "Ziggy Stardust" the reflected Tebow's current woes on the field.
"Tebow played football / Passing good and praising Jesus / With the Denver Broncos / He threw it left hand / But his aim was bad / He lost to New England / Guess God's a Brady fan"
As to be expected for "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the host not only impersonated the glam rock icon (wearing a football jersey, of course), but the parody extended to recreating the 1973 concert film "Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars."
Between this and last night's Hank Kingsley moment, this week is batting 2 for 2 in the pop culture throwback department on "Late Night."
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