By Erin Strecker
Updated May 20, 2014 at 01:47 PM EDT
Credit: NBC

You know when something is so creepy you just can’t bring yourself to look away?

Welcome to Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show — or, at least, his new “Nip Syncing” bit, which debuted Monday night. Fallon and guest Terry Crews lip synched the Stevie Wonder/Paul McCartney classic “Ebony and Ivory” — only it wasn’t their lips that were moving. The duo’s oiled-up chests moved with the music while promoting love and understanding. (For what it’s worth, that’s Crews’ actual torso; Fallon’s head has been digitally superimposed onto a pec double.)

Oddly, this is not the weirdest thing to happen this week involving something that peaked in the ’80s. Watch below:

Elsewhere on Tonight, Fallon announced some news sure to please muggles the world over: He’s taking the program on the road this summer, to Universal Orlando from June 16-19. In addition to other surprises, Fallon will be given a first look at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter’s upcoming Diagon Alley expansion, which is set to open at some point this summer.

Bring Your Own Butterbeer.

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