Alright folks, it’s the home stretch—we’re T minus one week until Christmas, and things are starting to get pretty jolly. On Monday’s episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon brought on Lin-Manuel Miranda to sing a medley of holiday parodies of some of 2018 biggest hits. Check it out in the video above.  

The two kick things off with a remix of “Havana” by Camila Cabello, performing a number about mall Santas. “Mall Santa, ho ho ho,” they sing. “His breath is reeking like Jack Daniels ho ho ho.”

They quickly flip through Maroon 5’s No. 1 hit “Girls Like You,” “Stir Fry” by Migos, and “In My Blood” by Shawn Mendes. A highlight of the medley is definitely their rendition of Post Malone’s “Better Now.” “My grandma gave me a new sweater now, sweater now,” Miranda croons. “Looks like she got it from the lost and found, lost and found.”

The two use “The Middle” from Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey to make things a little more inclusive. “Baby, why don’t you just help me spin my dreidel?” Fallon and Miranda sing. “The menorah is lit on the table.”

Then they wrap up with a run through “No Tears Left to Cry” and Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect,” before finishing things off with Cardi B’s “I Like It.” “Now I like giving, I like shopping/I like stuffing all my stockings,” Miranda raps.  

“I like singing Christmas carols/Where’s the door? Bitch I'm knocking,” Jimmy continues.

Elsewhere during his appearance, Miranda and Fallon reminisce about his various visits to The Tonight Show which, much like this episode, involve a lot of singing.


The two then catch up about the multi-hyphenate’s wild 2018, ending with Mary Poppins Returns, which hits theaters on Dec. 19.


Miranda is returning to the theater stage for a new round of Hamilton performances in January 2019, and this time he’ll be performing in Puerto Rico. Toward the end of the show, Fallon announced The Tonight Show will also be heading to Puerto Rico to help raise money for recovery efforts post-Hurricane Maria. Check that clip out below.