The hunky Brit was first given Sir Mix A Lot's "Baby Got Back", which he rapped perfectly, despite the freaky lyrics.
Meanwhile Britney's iconic "Hit me baby one more time" transforms into "One day I will meet my kids" in Jimmy Fallon's Google-Translated version.
First, Idris Elba gives his all to "The Baby Escaped" where "I like big butts and I can not lie" becomes "I love large saplings that is the truth". A few of your siblings were here. "That woman showed up and has small hips with a sleeve around your head", Elba rapped. "Baby One More Time". "Here is a kid who have been kept hidden and now that kid is blind, yeah". But there was one catch: the lyrics to all of the songs they sang had been run through Google Translate, which meant they'd been butchered even before Elba and Fallon started singing them.
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But there was an important twist: the songs were first run through Google Translate, from English to another language then back to English, warping the original version of the tunes until they were nearly unrecognizable.
Elba earned cheers from the crowd when he ended the duet, telling the audience, "Ladies, I'll always love you".
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