Seriously? OMG! WTF?Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd are the King of Wishful Thinking - Seriously? OMG! WTF?
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[ # ] Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd are the King of Wishful Thinking
February 12th, 2018 under Go West, Jimmy Fallon


I am going to let you know a little secret about myself, I am a huge fan of Go West. Ever since I was I kid, I have loved their music. Their tune Call Me is my ringtone!

Anyways, when I saw that Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd recreated their music video for King of Wishful Thinking, their #1 hit from 1990 movie Pretty Woman, on The Tonight Show, I just had to watch it.

While they are nowhere as hot and as sexy as Peter Cox and Richard Drummie, they still did an amazing job recreating that ridiculous (sorry not a fan of it) music video. To you kids out there, that was MTV used to show before they were all about the Jersey Shore and teen moms.

How does the band feel about it? Cox Tweeted, “Wow. SOMEone’s feeling the love! The mighty @jimmyfallon and Paul Rudd recreate our ‘King Of Wishful Thinking’ video for @FallonTonight. Incredible attention to detail! Kudos to all concerned. 👌.” While Drummie wrote, “Thanks again gentlemen. Peter’s dance moves will never look the same to me again.” Fallon responded to the first Tweet with, “Made with love. Thanks for the original! Also, I have so many questions…” We all do.

When it comes to just Go West, hopefully they will finally tour in the US again. I have been waiting my whole life to see them live and they have not been back on this side of the pond since I was old enough to go to concerts. I mean, how many times do I have to Tweet Cox about coming over here? I want to see Go West, and want to see them now.

To see how Rudd and Fallon really did pay close attention to the details, then


Pretty gosh darn perfect! I guess that they are King of Wishful Thinking!

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