Tina Fey is schooling the Internet on how to be a Dubsmash champion.
The actress stopped by Late Night on Tuesday to catch up with her former Saturday Night Live co-star Seth Meyers, and she confessed that Maya Rudolph should take Fey's place as the queen of Dubsmash.
Back in July, Fey's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star, Titus Burgess, shared a Dubsmash video of the 30 Rock star performing with Jane Krakowski to Beyonce's "Flawless." Although we were obsessed with Fey's lip-sync perfection, the 45-year-old actress was not as impressed.
"That's not a good Dubsmash," Fey declared of her own video. "I have a Dubsmash that Maya Rudolph had sent me and a bunch of SNL ladies a few months ago and I was like, this is how a professional does it, so I'm going to show it to you."
After getting permission from Rudolph to share the private, makeup-free Dubsmash with the world, Fey prefaced the quick video with a list that people need to watch out for.
"This is such a high quality level of Dubsmash that it's not even a music one, it's a dialogue one," she said of the video above. "I don’t know where the audio comes from, but I want you to look for, one, just general amazingness, two, precision of lip sync, and, three, facial work."
"Maya Rudolph is funnier, literally, before she gets out of bed in the morning than anyone else is all day," Fey admired.