Barry Gibb, Jimmy Fallon Face Off in Silhouette Singing on 'Tonight Show'

The dynamic duo collaborated to harmonize in the Bee Gee-est way on a series of Halloween-themed phrases. (Think corn maze, leaf pile, horn of plenty.)
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Barry Gibb and Jimmy Fallon faced off in a battle of fall-themed songs on The Tonight Show on Wednesday night in a bit called "Silhouette Singing."

You have to be pretty confident to go toe-to-toe with the Bee Gees legend in a sing-off, but Fallon, of course, has a bit of history singing in his best Gibb voice from his years hosting "The Barry Gibb Talk Show" on Saturday Night Live. 

Gibb came on to promote his first-ever solo album, Here in the Now. In the bit he dressed as 70-year-old Barry, while Fallon went for vintage Gibb in a scene from the singer's fake children's series.

The dynamic duo collaborated to harmonize in the Bee Gee-est way on a series of Halloween-themed phrases. (Think corn maze, leaf pile, horn of plenty.)

Watch the video below.

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.

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