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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Blake Shelton Get Competitive in 'Tonight Show' Charades

Blake Shelton and Jimmy Fallon
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Rose Byrne and Kit Harington took on the duo on Friday's show.

Kit Harington and Rose Bryne teamed up against Blake Shelton and Jimmy Fallon for an entertaining game of charades on The Tonight Show.

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Fallon introduced Shelton to the audience as an 11-year-old, which kicked off a hilarious back-and-forth between the two throughout the game. After Fallon tried to act out being a cat, he joked that Shelton wouldn't be able to guess the word since he lived on a ranch "in the middle of nowhere" and "all of his friends are like animals."

Shelton responded, "You can’t even change a flat tire, don’t talk about real men like that," and the time ran out on the game before Blake even got around to guessing the word.

"You wasted the entire time trying to be funny," said Shelton to Fallon. "Can I please be on Rose's team?"

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The banter continued when Shelton asked Fallon to let him have a turn in the game. He then competed against Byrne to act out The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face."

Earlier on the show, Harington discussed the fate of his character on Game of Thrones along with other spoilers. He told Fallon that he only told one person about Jon Snow's fate before the big reveal. And that person was a stranger.

"One policeman," said Harington. "I was driving to my parent's house and driving too fast and this policeman pulls me over and he said: 'There's two ways we can do this: You can either follow me back to the police station and I book you in, or you can tell me whether you live on the next season.'"

This article originally appeared in THR.com.

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