VIDEO: Berry and Fallon - that's how they roll

VIDEO: Berry and Fallon - that's how they roll

Halle Berry and Jimmy Fallon got in some very awkward positions in the latest episode of 'The Tonight Show'.

The pair attempted an hilarious 'Hamster roll' across the stage, claiming “This is how we roll”.

We’ve had it on repeat all day - it's just brilliant.

Our favourite part is when Fallon cheekily flirts with the Oscar-winning actress claiming: “I promise I’m not going to peek, I’m not going to have a look at anything, promise, just trust me” and quickly follows on to say “Alright I peeked, I peeked!”

The Los-Angeles based actress was on the show promoting her 13-episode thriller 'Extant', where she plays Molly Woods, an astronaut who returns to earth having been impregnated by something in outer space.

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