February 27, 2014 10:00am PT by Ashley Lee
Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore Sing Duet Saluting Their Three Onscreen Romances (Video)
Together, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore make up the most consistent onscreen couple, reuniting to co-star in a film once a decade.
"Every 10 years, we get to fall in love again," Barrymore said of her onscreen relationships with Sandler, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The two starred in The Wedding Singer in 1994, 50 First Dates in 2004, and Blended, which is set for a May 2014 release. (In the interview, Sandler also joked that he played the alien in E.T.: "I lost 45 pounds and my neck for the role.")
The two then broke out into a duet, with Jimmy Fallon on acoustic guitar. Sandler provided plenty of foils to Barrymore's heartwarming lines: When she sang, "You are the Fred [Astaire] to my Ginger Rogers," Sandler responded, "You're the Rob Ford to my crack cocaine."
As far as movie husbands go, Barrymore sang that Sandler's much better than Hugh Grant (Music and Lyrics) and Ben Stiller (Duplex), but not necessarily better than Fallon (Fever Pitch). "You both have great qualities," she reassured.
Barrymore's lines also included "I will still love you when you're 64," in reference to the Beatles hit, and Sandler sang back, "I will still love you when your boobs touch the floor," with the pregnant actress joking, "So, right now?"
Sandler then surprised Barrymore with a few lines from the heartwarming song from The Wedding Singer, "Grow Old With You."
Watch the duet in the video below: