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Jimmy Fallon and Terry Crews lip sync...with their chests -- VIDEO

You know when something is so creepy you just can’t bring yourself to look away?

Welcome to Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show — or, at least, his new “Nip Syncing” bit, which debuted Monday night. Fallon and guest Terry Crews lip synched the Stevie Wonder/Paul McCartney classic “Ebony and Ivory” — only it wasn’t their lips that were moving. The duo’s oiled-up chests moved with the music while promoting love and understanding. (For what it’s worth, that’s Crews’ actual torso; Fallon’s head has been digitally superimposed onto a pec double.)

Oddly, this is not the weirdest thing to happen this week involving something that peaked in the ’80s. Watch below: READ FULL STORY

Live now: Join us for a hangout with 'Brooklyn Nine Nine' cast members Terry Crews and Joe Lo Truglio!

Get your questions ready! Brooklyn Nine Nine stars Terry Crews and Joe Lo Truglio will take your questions about the new Fox show live Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET in a Google+ hangout with EW and a few lucky fans. Crews plays Sgt. Terry Jeffords, the leader of the precinct’s detective squad; Lo Truglio plays jittery Detective Charles Boyle.

We’ll talk about muscles and cop shows (Cagney & Lacey, perhaps?) and pranks and whatever else is on your mind. Submit your questions in the comments below, on the Google+ event page, or on Twitter using the hashtag #EWtalksTV.
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'Arrested Development': On the scene at New York's banana stand with Terry Crews

There’s always money in the banana stand — especially when it’s located at the end of a long, long line filled with hungry Arrested Development superfans.

The Bluth family’s Original Frozen Banana Stand is currently wrapping up its second day in New York City, having launched its stateside tour in Manhattan yesterday. The stand started serving frosty confections at noon, though would-be customers began lining up even earlier than that. (One pair told EW that they had arrived at the stand at 11:40; 45 minutes later, they were still waiting, albeit fairly close to the front of the line.)

By 12:30ish, the line stretched from Columbus Circle to 62nd Street and Broadway, broken only occasionally so that it wouldn’t block access to buildings like the Trump International. A line-tender dressed in a gigantic banana suit handed out “Mr. Manager” stickers to those just joining the pack and estimated that they’d likely be waiting an hour or longer before getting their hands on Giddy-Girly Bananas, George Daddies, or Simple Simons. READ FULL STORY

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