See what gift from Israel Gal Gadot gave Jimmy Fallon

In return, the late night host gave the Wonder Woman star her first-ever Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.

Gal Gadot has been spending her week in New York City preparing to host "Saturday Night Live." But she took a little break from rehearsals, hopped in the elevator at 30 Rock and went down a couple floors to visit Jimmy Fallon for Thursday night's episode of "The Tonight Show."

With Halloween right around the corner, Gadot decided to introduce Fallon to one of her favorite treats from back home: Milk Chocolate with Popping Candies made by Elite, Israel's top selling candy brand. It's sort of the Israeli version of Pop Rocks.

Jimmy Fallon holds up his new treat. Jimmy Fallon holds up his new treat. (Photo: NBC)

The candy is available in America at various Mediterranean grocery stores as well as on Amazon. The candy bar is one of many Israeli snacks – including Bamba and Krembo – that have become popular in the U.S. in recent years.

Afterwards, Fallon returned the favor by giving Gadot a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, a candy she had never tried until last night. You can watch the entire conversation here:

Besides exchanging candies, the two also discussed Halloween costumes. Gadot's daughter Alma will – surprise! surprise! – not be dressing as Wonder Woman, but as a zombie instead. (Last year, the 5-year-old was a unicorn.) And, of course, the "SNL" hosting gig came up as well. Gadot said she doesn't have much experience when it comes to live theater, except for playing the role of a mermaid for a dance recital while growing up in Israel.

And later on in the episode, Gadot joined Fallon, Miley Cyrus and The Roots' Tariq Trotter for a game of charades. Let's just say she nailed a nearly impossible one-word Stephen King movie.

Meanwhile, her debut on the famed variety show is only a day away. Is this how she'll make her entrance?

Tune in at 11:30 p.m. EST/ 8:30 PST (the show is airing live coast to coast this season). After that, expect to see Gadot next while she's out promoting the "Justice League" movie, which opens Nov. 17 worldwide.


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See what gift from Israel Gal Gadot gave Jimmy Fallon
In return, the Tonight Show host gave Gadot her first-ever Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.