Known for his huge online presence, Fallon will brings along with him numerous popular segments, celebrity sketches and musical parodies that fans have grown to love on "Late Night", including #Hashtags, Thank You Notes and Slow Jam the News. "Like, maybe it was built before they had child safety measures in place", she said. So I thought, okay I'll bring Johnny on the slide. "So I get to the top of the slide - and just for any girls in the audience, [I was] in a skirt, which was dumb - so I pull the skirt around me and I put Johnny there, and we're going down the slide, and now the moms are watching". And as it speeds up, my thoughts slow down and I just look ahead and I get very serious and very focused and I think: "'I must stick this landing'". It starts to go so fast and all the mums are watching and I'm so self-conscious.
Once host Jimmy Fallon caught wind of the story, he invited Quintana to the set.
The duo closed out the segment with Pink and Nate Ruess' hit "Just Give Me a Reason", which didn't even come close to resembling the original - Watch below! According to the story they created in the resulting sketch, their tennis rivalry goes back to the 1922 Albanian Open, where Jolly sabotaged his opponent by placing 14 oranges on the court.
She said: "You know when you nearly killed your child but you didn't".
The mother-of-one has managed to find the humour in the awkward encounter. Then Quintana takes a moment to teach Fallon a little bit of Spanish in this 1:19 clip. "Walk it off, walk it off, '" she added.