Oh, the things you find on the Internet.
In the latest installment of "Tonight Show" screengrabs, host Jimmy Fallon was alerted to his startling resemblance to singer Genya Ravan – much to the delight of the audience and house band The Roots.
"Don't look like me!," Fallon joked as the band laughed hysterically.
To reinforce the likeness, Fallon went so far as to don a red wig cut to mirror the messy, rocker shag Ravan sports on the cover of her album, Urban Desire.
Ravan was a member of the all-girl rock band Goldie and the Gingerbreads from 1962 to 1967. They were the were the first all-female rock band signed to a major record label. Ravan was later signed by legendary music producer Clive Davis.
Ravan's official Twitter account and Facebook page gave the a shout-out to "The Tonight Show" after it aired on the east coast Monday, asking, "Any west coast friends able to grab video from tonight's Fallon? We just heard he did a bit involving Genya..."