Jimmy Fallon gathers puppies and kittens for 'First Kiss' spoof

Fallon titled his film "First Lick."
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   March 14, 2014 at 12:48 PM
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Jimmy Fallon gathered puppies and kittens for an adorable spoof on viral video "First Kiss."

Amateur filmmaker Tatia Pilieva's "First Kiss" video has received over forty-seven million hits on YouTube since its upload on Monday. The short film shows twenty strangers' first kisses, and was later discovered to be an advertisement for the Wren clothing label.

Fallon acknowledged the video on The Tonight Show with a film of his own entitled "First Lick." The spoof features kittens and puppies as they frolic around and give each other "kisses."

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