Recently during a commercialised television break from 'The Tonight Show', host Jimmy Fallon turned his growing stubble beard into a classic mustache with the help from a professional Brooklyn barber, Russell Cordeiro.
Jimmy first began growing out his beard since Memorial Day all in preparation for (hashtag alert!) #SummerOfStache, a season where men celebrate the beauty of manliness by rocking out their mustaches loudly and proudly upon their upper lip.
Jimmy Fallon seemed to rather dig his new look shortly afterward, and promised it was going to be 'the new me'. I guess time will tell if the 'tash' will get to stay, but I must admit, it does rather strangely suit 'The Tonight Show' host.
Mr 'Tight pants' performer has always had a way of keeping his audience engaged in what he might be doing, and with such an eye catching mustache he sure does fit the glove, so to speak. It appears that Fallon intends to keep his new face fuzz throughout the summer months, but I have a funny feeling he might become rather attached and we might see Jimmy a full time stache grower, or at least have some form of facial hair moving on forward.
Check out the video below and see for yourselves...
Many might remember the sketch Jimmy Fallon recorded with Will Ferrell when the pair collaborated on the viral hit 'tight pants'. One of the most humorous sketches I have ever seen and has a staggering 11,572,131 views. So much so other celebrities joined in the fun as guest appearances. From artists such as Jennifer 'J Lo' Lopez and Christina 'XTina' Aguilera also recorded side skits with Fallon sporting the tightest pants in all the land. I will attach the video below for your viewing pleasure, because it would be rather rude not to.
So, what do you guys think? Do you reckon Jimmy Fallon could pull this mustache off all year round? Or maybe you could see him sporting a goatee or maybe a full lumberjack style face bush? Let us have your thought in the comments section you will find provided below.
And until next time, Beard on Brothers, Beard on...