After more than 50 years, Barbra Streisand made her triumphant return to late-night TV by taking over Monday's "Tonight Show."
The "Funny Girl" got things started right by singing a medley of duets from her new album, "Partners." Since her normal partners on the tracks, Blake Shelton and Michael Bublé, were busy, and Elvis couldn't be there for obvious reasons, Jimmy Fallon stood in for them, and Twitter loved it.
"It was an honor to be part of such a special night with my good friends Julie and Larry Reynolds," McKee told SheKnows. "And it was such a privilege to have Bill Murray show up, and realize that as human beings we are all just flesh and blood. We all just had a great time! No one was better than the other -- it was just a night of fun food and friends."
Also a night of awesome dancing. Along with dancing to "Turn Down For What," Murray put his air guitar skills to work on "867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone: