Kristen Wiig Channels Bachelorette JoJo, Falls for 'Mark Hamill' — WATCH

Jimmy Fallon‘s sit-down with The Bachelorette was surprisingly candid — especially when you consider she was played by Kristen Wiig.

The Ghostbusters star appeared in character as JoJo Fletcher during Wednesday’s Tonight Show to discuss what goes on in the fantasy suite and who among the remaining bachelors — such as “Scotchy” and “Korn” — is most likely to steal her heart. When prompted by Fallon to identify the supposed love of her life while displaying a photo of the still-in-contention Jordan Rogers, Wiig struggled to come up with an answer before settling on the name of a certain Star Wars icon.

Though the bit admittedly dragged a few minutes too long, Fallon eventually saved it by prompting “JoJosephina” to sing a song that allegedly appears on the Ghostbusters soundtrack.

Press PLAY on the clip above, and be sure to stick around until the very end to hear “Ghost, Will You Accept This Rose?” (If you’re short on time, you can jump ahead from 6:10 to 9:00 mark).

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3 Comments
  1. Patrick says:

    This recurring bit that Wiig does on Fallon is god awful. It is one of the more unfunny bits she does, and that is saying something. How she and Armison are considered funny is beyond me.

    • Sara says:

      Everyone is entitled to their opinion….that’s the beauty of it.

    • David says:

      Comedy can’t all be like “Big Bang Theory” or “Two Broke Girls”. Comedy is inherently subjective.
      Having said that, I think her and Fred Armisen are hilarious.