5 favorite pics from Questlove's last night in Orlando

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Questlove (along with all of The Tonight Show) has come and gone, and we're all recovering with sore feet, whether it's from one night of his residency at the Social or all three. Last night's show had a James Brown theme, and the room was appropriately dim and groovy. But we did manage to get a few shots to remember the Roots legend by, to look back fondly on this, the summer of Questlove.

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

You all were pretty cute, too:

Photo by Christopher Garcia
  • Photo by Christopher Garcia

Photo by Christopher Garcia

We also showed up in time to catch Lazy Afternoon guys DJ Spreadsheets and DanielVVI warming up the night:

DJ Spreadsheets kicks things off. Photo by Ashley Belanger
  • DJ Spreadsheets kicks things off. Photo by Ashley Belanger

DJ Spreadsheets kicks things off. Photo by Ashley Belanger

DanielVVI with Questlove. Photo by Ashley Belanger
  • DanielVVI with Questlove. Photo by Ashley Belanger

DanielVVI with Questlove. Photo by Ashley Belanger

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