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Amy Adams, Jimmy Fallon sing into voice-distorting microphones

Amy Adams, Jimmy Fallon sing into voice-distorting microphones Mashable We're using cookies to improve your experience. Click Here to find out more. Mashable Mashable Mashable Australia Mashable France Mashable India Mashable UK Sign in Like Follow Follow Mashable see more  > Search Videos Social Media Tech Business Entertainment World Lifestyle Watercooler Shop More Channels Videos Social Media Tech Business Entertainment World Lifestyle Watercooler Shop Company About Us Licensing & Reprints Archive Mashable Careers Contact Contact Us Submit News Advertise Advertise Legal Privacy Policy Terms of Use Cookie Policy Apps iPhone / iPad Android Resources Subscriptions Sites Mashable Shop Job Board Social Good Summit Watercooler Like Follow Follow Amy Adams and Jimmy Fallon sing pop songs into bizarre voice-distorting microphones 1.9k Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? By Chloe Bryan 2016-03-26 15:48:15 UTC If you've been waiting for a comic book villain-style rendition of Rihanna's "Work," you'll love The Tonight Show's new game. In "Box of Microphones," Jimmy Fallon and guest Amy Adams belt out pop hits — "Work," "Sorry," a song from Grease for some reason — into voice-distorting mics. The results are equal parts delightful and unnerving.  Can love survive the 'Fifty Shades Darker' trailer? Can any of us? 'Finding Dory' recut as a thriller is the new 'Nightmare Before Christmas' Chris Pratt and Jimmy Fallon get weird with holiday Mad Libs Forget Santa, this family’s holiday light display is all about Prince Topics: amy adams , jimmy fallon , Video , Videos , viral video , Watercooler About Us Jobs Advertise Subscribe Privacy Terms Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. ©2005-2016 Mashable, Inc. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. All Rights Reserved. Designed in collaboration with Code & Theory