The Lonely Island Storm 'Late Night' With Help From Fallon and the Roots on 'YOLO'

Prop-filled performance does original 'SNL' short justice

Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

New Order made a scheduled appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (July 25), performing classic tracks "Love Vigilantes" and "Regret," but the Live at Bestival 2012 champs weren't the only musical guests on yesterday's broadcast. The Lonely Island also showed up to run through "YOLO," their cautionary The Wack Album cut featuring SPIN cover star Kendrick Lamar and Adam Levine, neither of whom accompanied the trio for the show. Instead, Fallon filled in for Levine and the Roots' Black Thought subbed for Lamar, rounding out a prop-filled performance that does right by the original Saturday Night Live Digital Short. You Oughta Look Out. 

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