Miley Cyrus And Jimmy Fallon Go Undercover As Subway Singers On Tonight Show

New York City commuters were in for a treat this week when Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon took over the Rockefeller Center subway station!

The "Malibu" singer joined the host of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 in a special takeover episode, which featured several musical collaborations. But the one that really caught everyone's attention was when the duo went undercover and busked in the subway.

Cyrus rocked a cowboy hat, black wig, and sunglasses while in light disguise. Meanwhile, the late-night host channeled his inner Billy Ray Cyrus with a messy brown wig, cowboy hat, shades, and denim jacket.

But who could really be fooled with Cyrus' instantly recognizable voice belting out her famous take on Dolly Parton's "Jolene" as Fallon accompanied her on tambourine? What started out as the two playing to a nearly empty subway station, backed only by a guitarist and bucket drummer, resulted in the formation of a massive crowd—excitedly singing along and filming on their cellphones—before the pair finished their first song.

Before launching into a rousing, sing-along rendition of Cyrus' hit "Party in the U.S.A.," the two took off their disguises. With their cover officially blown, Cyrus excitedly yelled to the crowd, "This is my first time [playing] at the subway station. This is exciting s*** for me!"

During the episode, the duo also played a fun game of "Google Translate Songs"—including Cyrus' hilarious take on Ed Sheeran's hit "Shape of You" (translated as "Your Body's Curves"), Fallon's top-notch impersonation performance of "Rick James' "Superfreak" (i.e. "Really Weird"), and the two duetting on Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's classic "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (aka "Land Forms Don't Prefer to Get High").

Cyrus' takeover episode also included her dance-filled reappearance as Hashtag the Panda, as well as moving performances of her hit "Malibu" and new song "Inspired".