Watch Queen Latifah, Fred Armisen & Wayne Coyne Play a Ridiculous Game of 'Humannequins' on 'The Tonight Show'

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Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Fred Armisen, Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon play humannequins on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on Jan. 10, 2017. 

Jimmy Fallon convinces stars to do some seriously silly things on The Tonight Show. But Tuesday night's (Jan. 10) bit featuring Queen Latifah, Fred Armisen and the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne twisting themselves into some compromising positions was on a whole new level. The new segment, entitled "Humannequins," was basically charades, but with the musicians bending each other into weird shapes.

It kicked off with Armisen pretending to bite Coyne's arm to reveal the name of a famous Steven Spielberg movie, followed by Armisen bending Latifah over and provocatively positioning Fallon behind her to simulate... riding a motorcycle. At one point, Star star Latifah wondered "why is somebody behind me in every one of these things? Just asking."

The fun continued with a few other oddball clues, all of which the guests somehow managed to nail.

Check it out:

The Lips also performed the song "The Castle" from their upcoming album Oczy Mlody (Jan. 13).


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