Jimmy Fallon crashed the graduation of Marjory Stoneman Douglas on Sunday, delivering a speech to the family and students, who witnessed the tragic shooting in February that killed 17 teachers and students. In his surprise commencement address, Fallon tried to inject some humor into his remarks, referencing the recent Laurel or Yanny debate when offering some advice. "You should feel incredibly proud of yourselves. That doesn't mean you should rest on your laurels — or your yannys," he said, per CNN.

"Some of you will grow up to hear yanny, some of you will grow up to hear laurel, but the most important thing for you to know is that neither of these things will matter by the end of the summer," Fallon said. The Tonight Show host also took the opportunity to recognize the students for their efforts after the shooting, especially the "March for Our Lives" rally in March. "I met many of you earlier this year at the March March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. it was an amazing day," he said. "Thank you for your courage and your bravery. And for giving amazing speeches I couldn't possibly live up to."

Shout out to Fallon for doing something that the President of the United States wouldn't dare to do.