Barbra Streisand was the only guest on “The Tonight Show” on Monday night, and yet her album is called “Partners” and features duets with singers ranging from Blake Shelton, Michael Buble and Elvis Presley. As they weren’t there for her to perform with, Fallon stepped in as all three men for a medley of songs from the album.
Monday’s appearance marked Streisand’s first appearance in late-night television in more than fifty years. Her last appearance was also on “The Tonight Show,” where she promoted her debut album with then-host Johnny Carson.
Fallon hammed it up first as Elvis Presley, complete with giant sunglasses, a huge pompadour and a red scarf. Streisand admitted to being impressed with his vocal abilities, but warned him about getting too close.
“Don’t touch the merchandise,” she teased when he got to close to her face with the scarf.
He donned a massive black cowboy hat for his take on Blake Shelton before settling for his regular suit while singing as Bublé.