Watch Sandra Bullock Serve Ice Cream to Jimmy Fallon With Fake Arms
Bullock joked that she required the props because "I was a hand model for Ring Pop, and they had my arms insured for $50,000 apiece."
Sandra Bullock stopped by Wednesday's Tonight Show and became the latest celebrity to participate in the late-night show's "Real People, Fake Arms" skits.
The Our Brand Is Crisis actress joked that she and Jimmy Fallon starred on a Canadian soap opera called Jacob's Patience, in which she served ice cream sundaes (and sang for tips and birthday wishes) at a Cold Stone Creamery-like shop — with particularly unique techniques.
Before the bit, Fallon joked that Bullock was "a little difficult to work with" because she "refused to use her own arms in any of the scenes," and "it made things pretty difficult." Bullock then responded, "I was a hand model for Ring Pop, and they had my arms insured for $50,000 apiece."
Previously, the sketch has featured Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Steve Carell, Justin Timberlake, Seth Rogen and Miley Cyrus, among others.
Our Brand Is Crisis hits theaters Oct. 30. Watch the video below.