Old pals Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore appeared together on The Tonight Show Wednesday night to sing a duet celebrating their many years of onscreen romance — from The Wedding Singer in 1998 to 50 First Dates in 2004.
“Every 10 years, we get to fall in love again,” Barrymore joked.
While singing isn’t the pair’s strong suit (they don’t sound very committed to a certain melody line), it’s clear that the chemistry is still there, in its own quirky way. When Sandler asked whether he was a better “movie husband” than Hugh Grant or Ben Stiller, Barrymore immediately said yes, but when he compared himself to Jimmy Fallon, Barrymore hesitated. “You both have great qualities,” she sang back.
Another sweet moment, typical of the duo:
Barrymore: “I will still love you when you’re 64.”
Sandler: “I will still love you when your boobs touch the floor.”
Barrymore [spoken]: “So, right now?”
For the grand finale, Sandler surprised Barrymore by singing a song from The Wedding Singer, which brought her to tears. Looks like their love (or onscreen love, at least) is here to stay — especially with the upcoming rom-c0m Blended, which sees the two reuniting once again.