Justin Timberlake Shares the Cutest Pics of 5-Month-Old Silas, Brings Back 'History of Rap' in Epic Style

Justin Timberlake returned to The Tonight Showin epic style on Wednesday, and this time he and Jimmy Fallon had more than friendship in common: fatherhood.
“It is the most insanely amazing, wonderful, unbelievable thing to ever happen to you,” the 34-year-old dad marveled. Justin’s visit to the Tonight Show happened to land one day after his baby boy Silas turned 5 months old on Tuesday.
The notoriously private singer didn’t come to his pal’s show empty-handed either, bringing along three adorable photos of him and wife Jessica Biel with their son – one of Silas in a cute elephant suit after bath time, another of father and son mugging for the camera and a third of the two intently watching golf.
And like the BFFs that they are, Justin used Jimmy’s kids’ book, Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada. Just like the book title promised, Justin – who unveiled a new drink called The Fallon – revealed that Silas indeed has said “dada”!
The moment that followed was when #Jimberlake’s friendship was on full show – Justin went in for a fistbump and well, Jimmy failed miserably, instead doing what called a “#Poundwrap.”
The duo took their friendship to the next level, recalling the time Justin and Jessica stayed over at Jimmy’s home. Apparently Jimmy and his family have a thing for putting photos on mugs, so naturally, Justin had to use one that had his buddy’s face on it.
Then things got super intense and Christopher Nolan-y - #Mugception, anyone?
Earlier in the show, Jimmy and Justin kicked off the episode by bringing back their popular series, “History of Rap,” with the sixth installment – and it might have been the best so far.
The fearless duo kicked off the episode with some sick covers of the most beloved hip-hop songs in history (including Public Enemy's "Fight the Power," Salt-N-Pepa's "Let's Talk About Sex," and more than 20 other classics).
Whether rocking out to The Beastie Boys' "Fight for Your Right" or trying to get through "Informer" by Snow, just seeing Justin and Jimmy bringing their bromance makes them feel entirely new.
Plus, the Hammer dance might be a highlight in TV history!
After the taping, Jimmy and Justin took in a U.S. Open match together, where they continued to show off their skills dancing in unison to Beyonce’s "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)."