-Welcome back. I want to talk about
“Secret Life.” -I like this.
-You do? -Yeah. -It’s something different,
right? -I like it.
-Thank you, I appreciate that. -You’re like Bruce Willis.
-Thank you. You look good, too. There’s something different
about you. -Taller.
[ Laughter ] -Are you sure?
-Yeah, look at it. -Oh, my God.
-It’s a boot. I got on a boot.
-Oh, okay. Oh, that’s what it is, yeah.
-Yeah, I put on a boot. -You got to put on a boot.
You got a little rise there. -Like 5’4 1/2″.
-Wow! 5’4 1/2″. That’s fantastic.
-Yeah. You know what I’m talking about. [ Laughter ] -Thank you for being here, because I wanted
to talk to you about something. You recently had an injury
that I was very concerned — [ Both laugh ] I was very —
I was very concerned about. Oh, my goodness.
You fell — -What a jerk.
[ Laughter ] Go ahead.
-You feel — Oh, I feel —
I hope you’re okay. -No, you’re talking about
my fall? -Oh, yeah.
-Yeah. -I saw it. What happened?
It was very slippery? -Here’s what happened, okay? And I’m gonna be honest.
-Okay. -I’m gonna be honest with you,
’cause you deserve the truth. -Thank you.
Thank you. -I’m at a wedding.
And it’s a close friend of mine. And I feel like it’s my job
as a friend to make sure that this wedding
gets to the next level of fun. -That’s a good friend.
-Okay? The reason why is,
because it started to rain on my friend’s day. And I saw my friend
getting a little sad. He’s like, “Man, I wish
the weather wasn’t like this because everything is outside.” I said, “Don’t worry about it.
I got you, okay?” So, my song came on,
a song that I love, and I said,
“You know what I’ma do? I’ma hit him with
the heel-toe hop.” That’s my move.
[ Laughter ] That’s my dance move.
It’s called the heel-toe hop. I’ve been doing it for years. The world knows
that this is my move. My wife said,
“Babe, don’t do it.” I said, “You need to back up
and stop being fun police.” I said, “Back up.” -“Don’t ruin
my friend’s wedding.” -No, my wife is 100%
the fun police. Like, when I’m having fun —
[ Imitates siren wailing ] [ Laughter ] 100% —
-Fun police show up and… -“Pull over.
You’re having too much fun.” [ Laughter ] I was like, “Back up, back up.”
-Yeah. -“I know what I’m doing.
I’m about to set it off. I’m about to hit ’em
with the heel-toe hop.” [ Laughter ] She was like,
“You need to be careful.” I said, “Just count me down!”
That’s what I said. [ Laughter ] “3, 2, 1.”
-…2, 1. -I go, “Heel-toe hop.” And you could tell
I was comfortable because I had my hand —
one hand was behind my back. Now, normally, when I go to hop,
I land, and I dip. This time, I went to hop, whoop! Both feet came off the ground.
[ Laughter ] Now, when you fall —
When you fall when you’re older, it’s different from falling
when you’re younger. Like, young —
When you young and you fall… [ Laughing ]
-Right. -My life flashed before my eyes.
[ Laughter ] I — I thought
I was about to die. [ Laughter ] I said,
“I’m about to break something.” -Yeah.
-“And here it comes.” And when I hit the ground,
I realized how — how — how my friends
are not my friends. Like, like, you know, there’s
nobody that’s coming to help me. Everybody just had
they phones out, and I was like,
“Put the phones up! I can’t feel my hip.”
And I got back up, man, and I saw the bottom
of my shoes, the heels were off. I had on defective shoes, Jimmy.
-Oh, my gosh. -Defective shoes.
It wasn’t me, it was the shoes. -It was the shoe that did this.
-The shoes. My heels came off.
-The good news is that we can watch it right now and decide
what it was because we have — -Well, wait a second.
[ Laughter ] I didn’t know —
[ Cheers and applause ] -Here’s the clip.
Here’s the moment that you fell. This is at a wedding, so someone
had to tape it, but watch this. -Go, Kev! -Hey!
-Whoa! -Hey!
Hey! Hey!
[ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ]
[ Cymbals crashing ] -All right.
All right, Quest. -[ Laughing ]
[ Sad trombone ] -How many times you gonna hit
the cymbals, Quest? [ Laughter ] I heard you hit it
the first two times. [ Laughter ] -Oh, man, that is really funny. -Did you see my hand
behind my back, though? -But you were funny.
-Uncomfortable! -And you’re the life
of the party. -Well, you don’t hit
a heel-toe hop if you’re not comfortable.
It had to be the shoes. It had to be.
-It had to be the shoes. -It had to be! -And here’s your friends
after you fell down. This is what they did. They’re all pointing at you
and laughing. -Yeah, yeah.
-There’s no one helping you up. -Yeah.
-No one helped you up at all. -Yeah, yeah.
-These are some good friends. -Yeah.
-That’s some good friends. -You know the funny thing? I want you to show this picture
when all my black friends say, “Why you don’t hang out
with black people no more?” I want you to show this, okay?
[ Laughter ] ‘Cause I’ma tell you what
white people would’ve did. They would’ve helped me up.
[ Laughter ] White people
would’ve helped me up. -I would’ve been right there
for you, dude, absolutely. -“Are you okay, Kevin?
Come on, Kevin. You gotta get up, get up.”
-Oh, my God. [ Laughter ]
Oh, God. -“The floor is cold, Kevin.
Get up.” [ Laughter ]
-Oh, my God! “The floor is cold, Kevin.
Get up.” -[ Laughs ]
-“Come on, buddy.” -“You’re gonna get sick
on that floor, Kevin.” [ Laughter ] -Who was helping you up,
Bob Dylan? [ Laughter ] “You got to get up, man! You got to get up
off the floor.” [ Laughter ] Dude, you got to be careful, because you are
a national treasure… -Yeah, yeah.
-…and we love you, and we need you to be 100%.
-Yes, yes. [ Cheers and applause ] I’m okay.
I’m okay now. -‘Cause you’re about to turn 40,
and that’s a big deal. -I am, man.
I’m about to be 40 years old. 40 years old. -Yeah, I remember those years.
-No, yeah. I mean, you know,
this is big for me. Because I’ve always had
the feeling that I’m just young. I feel young, I feel good,
and it’s a mind-set. But I can feel it.
I can feel 40. Like, when I get up,
it’s different. Sitting down is different. [ Laughter ] You know, stairs.
-Sitting down is different? -Yeah, yeah.
-There’s now an audible sound. -Yeah, you guys didn’t see —
-You sit down, I go like — -Y’all didn’t see
when I sat down just now. I was like, “Yeah…”
-Ugh! [ Laughter ]
That sound comes out. -Yeah, you got a mini
conversation with yourself. But I’ma do a big bash. I’ma do something
real big, though. -Yeah.
-I’ma do something real big. -Will you do something safe
just for me, please? -The heel-toe hop is happening. -Okay, either way,
that’s happening. All right, all right.
That will happen, either way. [ Cheers and applause ]

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Dennis Veasley

100 thoughts on “Kevin Hart Took a Nasty Fall Doing His Heel-Toe Hop Dance at a Wedding”

  1. Look I going to make you laugh if you smoke Marijuana is a combination. Of the best feeling of your spirit. So enjoy 🙂

  2. In all honestly when you smoke Marijuana you don't rationalize with your spirit and I have a friend that passed away from that. So consider that.

  3. LMAO……BTW Is the host faking laugh at times, cause at times he looks like he is trying hard to laugh, though kart is funny….lol

  4. Jimmy Fallon may be genuinely laughing but somehow it always comes off as so fakeeeee it's really annoying ughhhh

  5. you can clearly see Kevin slipped because of the part of the floor he stepped to was smooth.. jimmy .. you say doesn't have good friends to help him but you wouldn't be any better since you decided to replay the clip then laugh at him some more.. ha ha

  6. I am 4’11” I feel you, I have some pretty hookerish shoes, don’t give a darn, it’s fun being 5’5”! But I have fallen……down stairs….in a dress….that ended up around my head.

  7. This is random but Yooo, I can't believe the comparison of followers between The Rock & Kevin Hart on Instagram. I thought they would be around the same

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