Justin Bieber & Jimmy Fallon PRANK People in NYC With Hilarious Disguises

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As we all know – or can at least assume – it’s impossible for Justin Bieber to go anywhere without being mobbed by fans and of course the paparazzi. But, surprisingly enough, Jimmy Fallon was actually able to help Justin enjoy an incognito visit to Central Park.
For Jimmy’s Musical Photo Bomb segment, he and Justin dressed up in the craziest, over the top disguises while dancing and lip-syncing to Justin’s song ‘What Do You Mean’ and shockingly enough, no knew they were in the presence of one of the world’s biggest popstars.
I mean, those disguises made them pretty unrecognizable, but I feel like Jimmy’s was a bit obvious.
Anyway, aside from dancing and singing behind unsuspecting groups of people, some kids got in on the fun and danced alongside Justin and Jimmy during the segment.
And by the end of the segment, Justin and Jimmy took off their disguises and Justin’s life went back to normal as a TON of people bombarded them for selfies. Hey, it was fun while it lasted, right?
So what did you guys think of Justin and Jimmy’s prank? How hilarious were those dance moves? Let me know all your thoughts on this in the comment section below! When you’re done with that, click right over here to watch another new video and don’t forget to subscribe to our channels! Thanks for hanging with me, I’m your girl Sinead de Vries and I’ll see ya next time!

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