Fall Out Boy & Boyz II Men Harmonize for Jimmy Kimmel's Mashup Mondays: Watch

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Fall Out Boyz II Men Performs "Motownphilly" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Dec. 1, 2015.

Fall Out Boy proved that Patrick Stump's vocals are the universal puzzle piece with the remix album Make America Psycho Again, which featured a variety of hip-hop artists on their rock songs. On Monday night, Jimmy Kimmel set out to establish that fact on national television with his final Mashup Monday of 2015.

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The pop-punk princes were joined by the smoothest voices in the business, Boyz II Men.The one-night-only supergroup -- Fall Out Boyz II Men -- performed the latter's 1991 top-five hit "Motownphilly." Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman strutted around the stage with their trademark confidence, backed by Fall Out Boy's beloved power-rock sound. After a rousing four-part harmony and an enthusiastic finish, Wanya Morris and Stump hugged -- and Stump never looked happier. 

Maybe Fall Out Boy's next project can be making Fall Out Boyz II Men not-so-temporary...

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