Elmo Bans Jimmy from Sesame Street | Fallon Flashback (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon)

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon published this video item, entitled “Elmo Bans Jimmy from Sesame Street | Fallon Flashback (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon)” – below is their description.

In this Late Night with Jimmy Fallon clip Elmo tries to sing like Jennifer Hudson, talks about visiting the Obamas at the White House and attempts to perform a song before banning Jimmy from Sesame Street (Original Airdate: May 2011).

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