WWE stars throw down in tag-team Lip Sync Battle

WWE stars throw down in tag-team Lip Sync Battle

Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and The New Day all made a special appearance on Thursday night's The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to promote the RAW 25 event in New York City on January 22. While Fallon chose Phil Collins' "Billy Don't You Lose My Number", The New Day's choice, Boys II Men's "Motownphilly" was the true performance of the night.

Raising the stakes, McMahon said if she and her real-life husband emerged victorious, Fallon would join them for next week's 25th anniversary of the wrestling promotion's "Monday Night Raw".

A video of the WWE Lip Sync Battle follows.

WWE stars throw down in tag-team Lip Sync Battle
WWE stars throw down in tag-team Lip Sync Battle

Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and The New Day participate in a "WWE Tag Team Lip Sync Battle" on the broadcast. Triple H had chosen "Seek and Destroy" by Metallica as his preferred song of choice while McMahon chose the lighter fare of "How Far I'll Go" from Disney's Moana.

Triple H is not to be messed with in the ring ... but after yesterday's appearance on The Tonight Show, we now know he's not to be messed with in a lip sync battle either. The spinner landed on the latter, and Triple H's reaction was priceless. In spirited fashion, The New Day broke from a huddle and launched into harmony, joined shortly thereafter by Fallon.

The winners? Let's just say you can catch Jimmy Fallon at RAW's 25th anniversary that's set to air live on Monday (Jan 22) on U.S. at 8 p.m. EST.



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