Fallon Spoofs Bieber's Baby Mama Drama

Jimmy Fallon is the latest comic to poke fun at the Justin Bieber paternity scandal. On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host dressed up as the singer and performed a parody of his hit song "Baby," complete with a live band and some impressive dance moves.

For comedians, Justin Bieber has always been an easy target. The 17-year-old's hair, clothes and catchy tunes have given comics more than their fair share of material. But lately, the jokes have moved from his professional to personal life thanks to a recently filed paternity suit by Mariah Yeater.

Jimmy Fallon as Justin Bieber

Yeater is a 20-year-old woman, who claims to have had a one night stand with Bieber, resulting in the conception of her son. The pop star adamantly denies her claims and plans to fight the suit with every legal option available. The thought of baby-faced Bieber fathering a child out of wedlock was too much for late night host Jimmy Fallon to pass up. He had to take comedic action.

On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host took the stage and performed a revised version of Justin Bieber's hit "Baby." The new track was called "(It's Not My) Baby," and was backed by his house band The Roots and rapper Black Thought. Here's a taste of the song's hilarious lyrics.

"You said I didn't use protection, I only lasted 30 seconds. But that's not true. No that's a lie. It was totally more like 45." He continued with a high-pitched rendition of the chorus that repeated the lines: "It's not my baby, baby, baby, no. It's not my baby, baby, baby, no."

Fallon kept his game face on during the entire performance. Not only was he dressed as Bieber from head to toe, but he also mimicked his pop-locking dance moves. The host and former SNL star definitely knows how to make light of a tumultuous situation.

Watch Jimmy Fallon perform "(It's Not My) Baby" below.

Photo credit: NBC

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