Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler duet at the 'Tonight Show'
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore showed up at the 'Tonight Show' with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night. The romantic and funny on-screen couple decided to recall their years of being together by singing a song.
The funny and sweet movie couple appeared at the "Tonight Show" on Wednesday night to promote the movie, which debuts in May.
Host Jimmy Fallon asked them to express their feelings in a song. Fallon then took a guitar and started to play a simple pattern of Gs and Cs.
Drew Barrymore, who is currently pregnant, showed up in a blue floral top. Sandler, as usual, wore a homey sweater on top of a blue track pants. Both stars have clearly grown older. But their on-screen chemistry is still very strong.
Barrymore nearly teared up during the short performance.
"Every ten years I promise to love you," Barrymore sang. "I'll always be true even as we get older," Sandler sang back. After a few more exchanges, Sandler went on to sing a portion from his popular song "Grow Old With You."
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