Fresh off his gig at the Republican National Convention, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stopped by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday night to share his love for his home state's #1 music icon (sorry Jon Bon Jovi).
During the interview, Christie and Fallon bond over their love of Bruce Springsteen. As it turns out, Christie has been to
130 Bruce Springsteen shows in his 50 years. That's an average of 2.6 concerts per year!
To show that Christie isn't the only one who loves The Boss, Fallon
invited challenged the Governor to sing "Thunder Road" with him, and Christie accepted. Watch the unlikely pair harmonize in the video above.
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