By Kelsey Glein
Updated Feb 26, 2014 @ 1:52 pm
Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon
Credit: Chad Hunt for InStyle (2)

Jimmy Fallon participated in some more-than-memorable lip sync battles on Late Night, and now the TV host has revived the recurring sketch on his new gig at The Tonight Show. On last night's episode, Fallon invited guest Paul Rudd to join him for the segment, and we couldn't help but enjoy ourselves as we watched two of our former Men of Style face off onstage.

The pair chose two songs each, with neither star knowing what tunes his opponent had selected. Rudd began with Tina Turner's hit Better Be Good To Me, which Fallon followed up with Foreigner's Jukebox Hero. For round two, Rudd covered Queen's jam Don't Stop Me Now, and that's where the battle ended. Fallon, being so impressed with Rudd's performance, forfeited and conceded defeat. "I concede! I concede!" Fallon says, as he bows down to Rudd. "The winner right there, Paul Rudd! The champ! Fantastic! Oh my gosh…That was off the charts! That's gotta feel good!" We aren't sure what's better—Rudd's dance moves or Fallon's reaction to them—but they both gave unforgettably hilarious performances.

Watch the amazing competition below, and vote in our poll to tell us which Man of Style did you loved more!