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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Saoirse Ronan sing 'Fairytale of New York,' drink Guinness, spread Irish-American Christmas cheer

On Tuesday's Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon suggested he and Saoirse Ronan tap into their Irish heritage and re-create an Irish pub lock-in to sing in the Christmas season. As luck would have it, they did not opt for the dated duet "Baby, It's Cold Outside," choosing instead the Pogues' "Fairytale of New York," a nod to both Ireland and their shared home town. Fallon channels Shane MacGown, Ronan takes the part sung by Kirsty MacColl, the Roots provide the carousing musical backbone, and there is Guinness and good cheer.

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News Posted By: theweek - Tuesday, 4 December