Let's see those jazz hands! Emma Watson shows American chat show host Jimmy Fallon her moves
20:58 GMT, 14 September 2012
She may have bade farewell to Hermione, but Emma Watson can still cast quite a spell.
The beguiling Brit's latest victim is chat show host and comedian, Jimmy Fallon, who danced up a storm with the Harry Potter star on his show last night.
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Baby, she's got it! Little Hermione is all grown up as Emma Watson puts Jimmy Fallon through his paces last night on his titular late night show
During Watson's interview on Late Night, Fallon, 37, showedfootage of a dance rehearsal from her new movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
This inspired him Fallon to ask her if she could teach him a few moves.
'Yeah, for sure,' Watson readily agreed, before asking: 'Are you down”'
Watson then led Fallon on to the stage and put him throw his paces with a number of musical classics.
Iconic: The star recreated a few famous sequences from musicals
Dirty Dancing: Fallon isn't Patrick Swayze but he gives the lift a fair shot
This included jazz hands from Singin' in the Rain, the carnival sequence from Grease and the Dirty Dancing lift.
Later she tweeted: 'Danced with [Jimmy Fallon] tonight. #anotherboxticked.'
The Perks of a Wallflower is a coming-of-age story based on the bestselling novel by Stephen Chbosky, and sees Emma star alongside Logan and Ezra of We Need to Talk About Kevin fame in the story of an introvert freshman who is taken under the wings of two seniors.
Emma plays the role of Sam, Patrick's (played by Miller) free-spirited step-sister, whom Charlie (played by Lerman) falls for.
Stunning look: Watson looked lovely in a short floral dress with red heels caption here
English rose: Emma pulled off yet another wonderful look
Talking about the movie recently, Emma said she is hoping it allows her fans to see a different side to her, rather than her Harry Potter alter-ego Hermione.
She said: 'I hope what Harry Potter fans can see is that I am able to transform, that there are other sides of me that perhaps they haven't seen yet, and that they might allow me a little bit of room.
'Just doing American really is different. People have said to me that they keep forgetting it's me when they see the movie, which for me is more than enough. That's a success in itself for me, really.'
What a hoot: The stars obviously enjoyed performing with one another