U.S. gymnasts play Hungry Hungry Humans with Jimmy Fallon

— -- After a dominant performance in Rio, the "Final Five" returned home this week. And, in the least surprising news ever, the gold-medal-winning gymnasts have been in high demand ever since touching down.

After meeting Usher, hanging out at "Today" and checking out the Empire State Building, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez and Madison Kocian appeared on "The Tonight Show." But instead of a standard appearance, the women helped Fallon introduce the world to a new game: Hungry Hungry Humans.

Joining forces with Fallon, actor Donald Glover and The Roots' Tariq Trotter, they split up into groups of two to see who could gather the most balls, just like the classic kids' game, but, you know, with people.

I won't spoil the results, but I will tell you that a gymnastics duo walks away with the top prize. Duh, right?

Well, that was AWESOME.

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