Skit shows the singer at summer camp
michael baggs
16:59 15th March 2013

Last night (14 March) was the fourth night of Justin Timberlake's residency on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and it saw the star singing an odd rendition of Toto's hit 'Africa'. 

During the skit, Timberlake and Fallon pretend to be kids at summer camp and sing their own version of the 1982 Toto hit. Despite being played for laughs, the harmonising skills are still relatively impressive.

The pair are staying up after 'lights out', and decide to sing 'Africa' to each other instead of going to sleep. They're constantly interrupted by their creepy camp counselor but that's no deterrent, as they continue singing and increasing in volume.

Timberlake also performed 'Strawberry Bubblegum' from his new album, The 20/20 Experience, on the show. The star ditched his trademark suit and tie to perform in a t-shirt, jacket and jeans instead, and got a great response.

Watch the skit below:

Ed Sheeran might have been watching - as 'The A-Team' singer recently admitted to being a fan of Timberlake.

Sheeran told The Sun, "Watching him made me want to quit. He's 32 and I'm 22. In ten years... no, I still can't ever be like him. He makes men look bad."

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