Take the network. This is an emotional military reunion.
For the special episode of Veterans Day "The Tonight Show", host Jimmy Fallon invited members of the reluctant active audience named India to join him on stage to play the "Whisper Challenge" game.
India, whose husband also serves in the military and is currently deployed, soon entered into the spirit of the game as he and Fallon took turns guessing what other people said while listening to loud music on the noise-reducing headphones.
However, the challenge brought a moving change, when Indian husbands crawled up behind him on the stage and Fallon whispered the phrase "Your Husband Behind You" for him to interpret.
There are more surprises after the big announcement too. Watch above.
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Before he became a "Star Wars" villain, Kylo Ren, Adam Driver served in the Marine Corps. He joined shortly after September 11, 2001. He had said that after service, while studying drama at Juilliard, he had difficulty relating to other students and adjusting to life outside the Marines. He now runs a non-profit Arts in the Armed Forces.
Comedians Rob Riggle served in the Marine Corps Reserve for 23 years, during which time he was sent to Liberia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Albania and became the rank of lieutenant colonel. By the time he retired in 2013, he had been awarded many military achievements. In particular, he served even when starring in "SNL" and "The Daily Show."
Drew Carey was registered with the US Marine Corps in 1981 and served for six years.
Ice-T joined the army in 1977, where he served for more than two years in the 25th Infrantry Division. In 1979 he was dismissed with respect because he was a single father.
After leaving campus, "U Can & Touch" This rapper MC Hammer served in the US Navy for three years before he was dismissed with respect.
Morgan Freeman served in the Air Force starting in 1955, spending four years there and finally rising to the rank of Airman 1st Class.
Singer Shaggy was registered in the Marine Corps in 1988 and served during the Persian Gulf War. He reached the rank of corporal.
Before he became one of the beloved filmmakers in the country, Mel Brooks served in the military as corporal, where he defused land mines during World War II.
Johnny Carson joined the US Navy in June 1943. He was on his way to a combat zone on a ship when the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended World War II in 1945.
Willie Nelson joined the Air Force in 1950, serving for about nine months.
James Earl Jones was assigned after the end of the Korean War. He became first lieutenant.
Star "It & # 39; s A Wonderful Life" Jimmy Stewart has a broad military career, and has been famous when he joined the armed forces. As a talented pilot, he became a war pilot before he was recruited in 1940. Initially rejected because he did not weigh enough, Stewart rose before successfully registering and continued to serve well after World War II ended.
Bob Newhart was recruited to the army and served during the Korean War.
Comedian Sinbad served in the Air Force while perfecting his stand-up routine, he said.
Sidney Poitier was registered in the army during World War II and briefly served as a hospital officer.
Tony Bennett was recruited to the US Army in 1944 during the last leg of World War II. He was in active fighting until the end of the war and was involved in the liberation of Nazi concentration camps.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner served in the military from 1944 to 1946 as a writer for military newspapers.