Watch: Morris Day and Haim perform 'Jungle Love' on 'Kimmel'

Not tired of the Grammys' trademark May-December duets? Check out Morris Day jamming with Haim

The "Grammy moments" keep on coming.

Hot on the heels of Sunday's Grammy Awards -- where the Recording Academy brought together Hozier and Annie Lennox, Jessie J and Tom Jones, and Ed Sheeran and ELO -- Jimmy Kimmel presented another such May-December duet Monday on his show, this time pairing Morris Day with the ladies of Haim.

Actually, the late-night host introduced the one-off supergroup as "Morris Day and the Haim," punning on the name of Day's longtime backing band, the Time.

But whatever they were called, the musicians appeared to have a blast running through Day's early-'80s pop-funk hit "Jungle Love" -- especially Este Haim, who joined the singer for his patented side-to-side dance.

Note to the academy: Next year, book Este and her sisters for the big show. They won't disappoint.

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