Yes, in a lip sync-off on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' - competing against Fallon and fellow guest Joseph Gordon-Levitt - Britain's own Stephen Merchant did us proud with his storming 'renditions' of hits by Beyonce and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. And yes, it included some 'Single Ladies'-style dancing.
Click play above to enjoy the fun - plus Fallon's version of '80s classics 'Don't You Want Me' and 'Take On Me', and Gordon-Levitt lip syncing Elton John's 'Tiny Dancer' and Nicki Minaj's 'Super Bass'.
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