Jimmy Fallon is pretty well known for his song parodies, so it's not too difficult to imagine a world where the "Late Night" host took his goofy lyrics to Broadway. But would the Fallon story still be as interesting if it were presented to us by some average dude?
That's what Fallon decided to figure out on Monday when he debuted a few numbers from an unauthorized production called "Jimmy Fallon: Back On Broadway." In it, a graffiti artist named "Basheezi" -- in real life, multi-talented Fallon writer Bashir Salahuddin -- walks us through Jimmy's biggest life events. It's probably not the Fallon-and-an-acoustic-guitar musical experience you'd expect, but it does have its charms.
We'll let you guys be the judges.