Helen Mirren Talking With Helium Voice On 'The Tonight Show' Will Make Your Day
Helen Mirren, please accept all your awards with helium voice from now on!
The 69-year-old actress and basically the only person we trust to play a Queen of England stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for what would have been just a regular interview had it not been for two balloons full of helium, AKA nature's element known for causing high-pitched silly cartoon voices.
"I haven't done this since I was about eleven," said Helen, when Jimmy busted out the balloons.
"Welcome to the Tonight Show!" joked Jimmy.
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Now, with respect to the fact that helium is actually pretty rare on Earth and should probably be conserved for more important things than this silly party trick, we have to conclude that hearing Helen Mirren's voice while using it is totally worth the wastefulness. Seriously, you owe it to yourself to watch.
She can have it. Give Helen Mirren the rest of the helium please.
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