Jimmy Fallon is well on his way to becoming a supermodel. Tyra Banks returned to "Late Night," so he asked her for another modeling lesson. The last time she was on the show, Banks taught Fallon about the "booty tooch." This time, it was all about chemistry.
The two were awkwardly close as Banks tried to teach Fallon how to channel passion. "I want you to feel the goodness. It’s important to have tension. I need to feel the tension," she said. She asked him to squeeze her arm hard enough to leave indentations. "Harder! Harder! Harder! Yes! Tension! I’m squeezing you.”
“I got so much tension right now," Fallon said. "This is unbelievable."
The session went on and on and seemed to get closer and closer. "Tension, squeeze it! Breathe! Breathe! Pose.” All of this was to capture the perfect moment for the cameras. But Fallon was worried about something else.
“My wife is going to kill me," he said. "Oh my gosh."
As Fallon's other guest, Simon Pegg, put it, he could see Fallon's wedding ring glowing during that lesson, as if his wife was sending him a signal to back off of Banks. As for Banks, she admitted on Twitter that she and Fallon had "fierce camera chemistry."
That fierce male-female chemistry between models will be on display in the new season of "America's Next Top Model" as well. For the first time, male models will compete alongside the females. Cycle 20 of "America's Next Top Model" premieres this Friday at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
Catch "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" every weeknight at 12:37 a.m. ET on NBC.
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