By Meredith Lepore
Updated May 17, 2016 @ 9:30 am
Andy Samberg - Gigi Hadid - Jimmy Fallon
Credit: Courtesy YouTube

We know Gigi Hadid can walk a runway and sell a clothing or makeup campaign like a champ, but did you know she also gets super competitive? This side of her came out when she made her Tonight Show debut on Monday and joined host Jimmy Fallon, Andy Samberg, and Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper for a game of Catchphrase.

Samberg, who was paired with Hadid, joked before they started the game that, "This is so much fun, I don't even care who wins." "Andy, you have to care," said Hadid. Whoa. The model, wearing a stunning black-and-white striped bodice top, fist pumped with Samberg before starting. She guessed her first word right off the bat—Beyoncé's "Lemonade"—and then successfully described "The Big Apple" to Samberg. However, Harper and Fallon weren't far behind, even though it took a while for Harper to describe "mic drop." Fallon also loved that Harper defined "bubble wrap" as "what you wrap trophies in."

For Hadid's last turn in the first round, she barely had any time to describe "Snapchat" before she was cut off by the buzzer. Her competitive streak coming out in full force, she looked for someone to blame. "He took too long! He talked about microphones for like three minutes! We lost?!" Her fellow players assured her that she had only lost one point and she relaxed... a little.

In the second round, she got very enthusiastic, describing "Ramen," guessing "Fender Bender," and even trying to make the sound "Bagpipes" make. She didn't really, but Samberg still managed to guess it. When the third and final round came, Hadid had to remind her partner to "Focus, focus." However, Harper had his own competitive streak in the form of running out the clock on his turn. When he finally passed it to Hadid, who at this point was dancing and jumping up and down, it was too late. Well, she may have lost but it looked like she had a fun time.

Watch Hadid play Catchphrase on The Tonight Show in the clip above.