Sting Joins Jimmy Fallon for a Hilarious 'Walking on the Moon' Parody: Watch

Jimmy Fallon and Sting
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Jimmy Fallon and Sting during "Two Stings On The Moon" parody on April 26, 2019. 

On the heels of announcing an upcoming album, My Songs, and a 2020 Las Vegas residency, Sting stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to put a hilarious spin on one of The Police's biggest hits.   

The duo turned "Walking on the Moon" into "Two Stings on the Moon," as Fallon impersonates the rocker next to Sting himself. The two Stings are literally on the moon in the clip, dressed in astronaut costumes, and proceed to float about in outer space. "We're two stings on the moon/Up here I feel like Apollo/Two stings on the moon/You know I'll always follow/Two stings on the moon," they sing in the chorus.  

My Songs is out May 24, and Sting's residency takes over the Colosseum at Caesars Palace beginning May 22, 2020. Watch the "Two Stings on the Moon" clip below, and catch the full episode of The Tonight Show at 11:35 p.m. EST on NBC. 


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