Actress Hellen Mirren gave sassy answers to life's most important questions in a segment called “Mirren, Mirren” on Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show.”
Host Jimmy Fallon asked a magic mirror questions about pop culture, then Mirren appeared on the other side and answered in rhymes to the audience’s delight.
“Mirren, Mirren, what do you think about '50 Shades of Grey?'” Fallon asked.
“Well whips and chains are not my style, but who doesn’t like a jolly good spanking once in a while?” Mirren answered.
The "Mirren, Mirren" sketch is a hand-me-down from Fallon's "Late Night" days.
During her interview, Fallon asked the “The Hundred-Foot Journey” actress about meeting Queen Elizabeth II. Mirren explained that when people meet the queen, their voice changes.
“You get this thing called Queen-itis which is like a terrible virus that hits you the minute you are in front of the queen,” Mirren explained. “You start saying weird things like ‘it was terribly good fun’, and ‘frightfully nice to meet you’. This weird voice comes out.”