Jamie Dornan review passages of Fifty Shades of Grey regulating different accents on The Tonight Show Monday, and a subsequent night, his co-star Dakota Johnson attempted to infer that “anything can be sexy.”
Dakota, 25, warmed adult by doing her “sexy stretches” as horde Jimmy Fallon, 40, explained a manners to a audience. Each actor would collect a label from a raise during random, afterwards spin to a camera and review whatever’s created on it regulating their sexiest voice possible. “Here’s a deal: all a sentences on this label are unequivocally unsexy,” a comedian said, “so it’s adult to us to make them sound sexy. Are we prepared for this?”
Jimmy went first. “I wish to go fishing this afternoon. Do we know where we can buy grubs or worms?” he asked, reading a card. After delivering his line, he asked, “What do we consider about that? Pretty sexy.”
When Dakota gave it a go, she read, “Excuse me while we go trip into a span of aged sweatpants.”
For his second try during creation “anything” sexy, Jimmy referenced characters in 1999′s Star Wars: Episode we – The Phantom Menace. “Misa call Jar-Jar Binks. Misa your common servant,” a horde read.
Dakota read, “Excuse me, sir, though this strawberry-flavored chapstick only fell out of your fanny pack.”
To see a full round, watch a video above.
Earlier in a show, Johnson perceived a prize for being a third-generation Tonight Show guest. “I unequivocally never won anything in my life,” pronounced a former Ben and Kate actress, who is a daughter of Working Girl‘s Melanie Griffith and Miami Vice‘s Don Johnson, and a granddaughter of The Birds‘ Tippi Hedren.
“They were only normal relatives to me,” Dakota said. “I’m certain your kids will figure that out.”
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