Jimmy Fallon Fails to Chug Beer During Rangers Game

Jimmy Fallon fails to chug beer at a rowdy Rangers game

This talk-show host was at the talk show’s main focus at Thursday evening’s Rangers game. The team faced off against The Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

In the video that is now viral that has gone viral on the internet, “The Tonight Show” comic was seen laughing wildly off a hot dog after drinking it to a raucous audience on the grounds of Madison Square Garden.

He then brutally put the bread bun in his face before trying to wash it off with a cold brew.

The chugging performance of Fallon were criticized, but the comedian managed to cover his mouth as fans cheered for him.

After the embarrassing performance One fan couldn’t help himself from rubbing the head of Fallon in a rage.

Resigning to losing, Fallon appeared in the crowd wearing the Rangers jersey after changing his beer-stained jersey to a more appropriate one.

People on social media were bursting with joy as they rushed onto Twitter. People shared their views about the hilarious night out.

“That’s the way to tell if you have money. Just dumped 40 bucks in the dirt,” tweeted one fan who was amused.

Another was, “He was destroying the glizz.”

“Dipping an icy gliff in your drink and then eating it with your mouth is reckless behavior,” a third tweet read.

It was not only Fallon who lost last night.

For Rangers fans the team was defeated 3-1 against Lightning in the intense fight to make the Stanley Cup Final.

After the game, fists were flying, as Bolts captain Steven Stamkos and Rangers forward Alexis Lafreniere looked at each other in front of Igor Shesterkin’s net, before throwing the gloves away.

The two were awarded combative majors on the scoresheets for their petty squabbles.


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