Jimmy Fallon is out here providing all the lols, as he mercilessly mocked himself while going through his old family photos.
The talk show host, 46, treated fans on Twitter to a hilarious throwback snap of himself as a 15-year-old teenager.
Sweet Jimmy looked like butter wouldn’t melt in his shirt and bow-tie while rocking a red apron and posing awkwardly with his hand on his hip.
Looking at the childhood photo, Jimmy then decided to troll himself online as he uploaded it alongside a throwback photo of Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock when he was the same age and, boy, do they look different.
There’s Jimmy looking all cute and then, you have Dwayne showing off his bulging biceps while holding a football and giving his best blue steel to the camera – let’s not forget the hint of tash, too.
Judging by the photo it’s no surprise, then, that Dwayne’s old school teachers were convinced he was actually an undercover cop. True story.
Jimmy tweeted alongside the two throwbacks: ‘..@TheRock at 15 [arrow] Me at 15.’
The responses from fans was equally as entertaining, with one commenting: ‘Wait @jimmyfallon are you on the left or right?’
Another posted: ‘Dwayne looks older at 15 than he does now,’ while one fan teased: ‘Evolution Jimmy, don’t feel bad. The Rock is a higher form of life.’
Jimmy’s tweet came after he welcomed Dwayne on The Tonight Show and the actor gave an impromptu performance with his mum, who gate-crashed his interview to play the ukulele.
Not just satisfied with the one song, Dwayne’s mum forced him to sing another, with the former WWE legend telling Jimmy: ‘Mom just crushed by the way! You just stole the interview. You’re unbelievable. You are a superstar.’
Dwayne had stopped by to chat about his new series Young Rock, which is based on his childhood.
The NBC series will take a deep dive into Dwayne’s early years, showing viewers some of the ‘very defining times’ of his life growing up and exploring the complicated relationship he had with his WWE star father Rocky.
Speaking ahead of the show’s premiere, Dwayne said working on the series had been ‘incredibly complicated and incredibly tough’.
‘We specifically went with these timelines in my life that were very defining times at 10 years old, 15, and 18… there’s a lot of things in between those years that took place, but it was complicated and the relationship that I had with my dad was incredibly complicated – that was fuelled by tough love.’
Credit: Original article published here.