If we learned anything from actress Saoirse Ronan's recent interview on The Tonight Show, it's that we should not question how much she loves the movie Bridesmaids. Or maybe we should, because it's really entertaining.


Jimmy Tests Saoirse Ronan's Bridesmaids Movie Trivia www.youtube.com


Jimmy Fallon interviewed Saoirse Ronan and brought up how she loves Bridesmaids. Ronan responded, joking that she had the movie playing in her head right at that instant.

Fallon decided to challenge her to a trivia game.

"What does Rebel Wilson's character use to treat her infected tattoo?"

Ronan responded confidently, and quickly.

"She uses a bag of peas — she uses the peas out of the bag. You're supposed to keep the peas in the bag."

That she could answer all the questions thrown at her was impressive enough. But Ronan took it a step further and elaborated on scenes, answered very fast, and even gave a little song for those watching.

The audience loved it!













The segment ended with Jimmy talking to Ronan about her new film, Mary Queen of Scots, in theaters December 7. After a bad horse joke, Fallon voiced Ronan's thoughts.

Fallon should have known better than to challenge Ronan about Bridesmaids. In 2014, when Ronan turned 20, she threw herself a Bridesmaids themed birthday party. Her female guests had to wear a bridesmaids' dresses, and the men had to dress as policemen.

H/T: Mashable, People

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