Colbert, Fallon, Kimmel Sing Late-Night Christmas Carol on Howard Stern Show
"There's no such thing as a late-night war, we're all number one," the trio of hosts intoned.
Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel stepped away from their ratings battle to come together on The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday to sing a Christmas carol together as friends.
"Eavesdropping" in on the trio of hosts at his faux holiday party, Stern overheard the late-night funnymen hanging out. "We're the best of friends," said Fallon. "That's right, Jimmy Fallon. No bad blood here. Right, Jimmy Kimmel?" added Colbert, to which Kimmel responded, "You said it, Stephen Colbert. There's plenty of room for all of us."
The hosts then launched into song, singing the refrain "We're all friends, we're all friends, we all get along" to the tune of "Jingle Bells."
"There's no such thing as a late-night war, we're all number one," they sang in unison, before Colbert clarified, "Well, technically, I'm number one in the overall, but still, we're all doing great."
"Actually, I'm number one in the 18-49 demo, which as we all know is most important to advertisers," Fallon responded.
"Well, both of you came into well-established late-night franchises when I had to build my show from scratch, and everybody watches us on YouTube, anyway," sang Kimmel.
They then resolved the melody in unison with a cheery holiday message: "Merry Christmas!" Further soothing any perceived conflict between them, the group vowed to go out and key James Corden's car.
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