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Jimmy Fallon has done it again. The Tonight Show host delighted the Internet with a rendition of Iggy Azalea's hit jam Fancy as Neil Young with Crosby, Stills and Nash.

USA TODAY Network lists five more times Fallon won with his innovative skits. (Jimmy, we want to see inside your brain!)

1. From the Cabbage Patch and Running Man to Dirt off Your Shoulder, Will Smith and Fallon took us through the Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing during NBC's debut of the Tonight Show with Fallon in February.

2. Could this be the best tradition? Fallon's team edits clips from Nightly News to make it appear that NBC news anchor Brian Williams is rapping. And Snoop Dogg's Gin and Juice 'from April was particularly amusing.

Jimmy Fallon's team at The Tonight Show edits clips from Nightly News to make it appear that Brian Williams is rapping Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice." Shannon Rae Green reports on the hilarity.

3. Fallon teamed up with Mayor Rahm Emanuel for Chicago's annual Polar Plunge in March, which raises money for the Special Olympics.

Fallon and Emanuel had been trading jokes via social media leading up to the event. Fallon's expressions were priceless as he fled the cold water in a suit and tie.

4. We all remember the Evolution of Mom Dancing with Fallon and Michelle Obama.

Perhaps just as engaging was the skit where the first lady offered kale chips as a healthy alternative to potato chips to two teenage girls — Sara, played by Fallon, and Stacy, played by Will Ferrell.

"Being in front of the first lady is making me nervous," Fallon said, in his best teen voice. Ew!

5. Fallon couldn't pass up the chance to make fun of Gov. Chris Christie for the New Jersey bridge scandal on his 'Late Night' show. He got a little help from "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen during one episode in January.

The pair sang a parody of Born to Run. Internet gold!

Late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon couldn't pass up the chance to poke fun at New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He even got a little help from "The Boss" himself, as he and Bruce Springsteen sang a parody of "Born to Run." VPC

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