Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith rap beatbox to 'It Takes Two'

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Jimmy Fallon has won the Internet once again! And this time, he had the great Will Smith help him do it with this epic rendition of "It Takes Two."

"Ladies love me, girls adore me, I mean even the ones who never saw me, like the way that I rhyme at a show, the reason why, man, I don't know. It take two to make a thing go right," sang Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon on the "Tonight Show."

The duo started that amazing performance off by creating a beatbox loop using Loopy, an iPad app that layers looped recordings of singing, instruments and, of course, beatboxing.

And the result was pretty fantastic. After combining a few awesome beatbox loops, the two broke into song and had the entire "Tonight Show" audience on its feet.

Though we think it would have been even more awesome if Will had transitioned into a remake of "Just the Two of Us." But that's just us. (Video via Sony BMG Music Entertainment / Will Smith)

Well, despite that, The Week called the beatboxing sesh, "a fun performance."

And, obviously, fans on Twitter couldn't get enough of the collaboration. One user even wondered, "Is there ANYTHING that @jimmyfallon can't do?"

Jimmy and Will's performance wraps up a week of incredible "Tonight Show" skits, from a "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" spoof to a "Saved by the Bell" reunion.

As a writer for Pedestrian TV so wisely put it, "You'd think, at some point, being a wildly entertaining dude in charge who creates incredibly awesome and hilarious content would get tiring at some stage. And yet, here we are."

Well, we hope Jimmy can keep it up once the "Tonight Show" moves back to New York next week.

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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