Jimmy Fallon is back … he blessed us with another episode of his Classroom Instruments series!
On Thursday, the Backstreet Boys appeared in The Tonight Show and played songs as a musical guest and went into Fallon's music room to record one of their hits only with class instruments
Over the course Over the years, the talk show host has given his fans a lot of different music segments on his show that he can look forward to and the Classroom Instruments Sketch is one of the best.
With the help of Fallon and The Roots artists perform some of their greatest songs, but instead of using normal instruments they use toys and things found in a classroom … like an apple shake!
Over the years, Fallon even has Christmas specials with Mariah Carey One Direction Anna Kendrick and more, but we will save them
Today we decided to see where the performance of the Backstreet Boys is among the other top ten singers and bands who battled with Fallon and used class toys and instruments to remix their hits.
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Check out the Backstreet Boys and other outstanding Classroom Instruments sketches, including Adele Camila Cabello and The Lonely Island below and choose your favorite
The Backstreet Boys:
Who knew "I Want It That Way" could sound even better using classroom instruments? We had no idea and yet we are officially excited about this version. It's so reassuring, and let's face it, all the Backstreet Boys do is good with us. The best moments of this performance are when Brian Littrell used a woodblock and Howie Dorough played the coconuts. It was great.
We love Cabello, no matter what she does, and of course we would love her Classroom Instruments performance. While Cabello's "Havana" remix is danced, shaken (with lemon peel) and tropical mood, it's so festive.
The Queen of Pop rose to the occasion when she entered the world of classroom instruments. She sang "Holiday" and both Fallon and The Roots in tropical T-shirts to set the mood.
The Lonely Island:
"I'm on a boat" is a hilarious song alone, but with the instruments of the classroom, it's the boat jam that we never knew we needed. The fact that everyone is dressed in navy costumes and sunglasses makes it much better. Plus, Andy Samberg "plays" a rubber duck and flip flops for the ultimate prop.
In 2017, Fallon changed things when Migos came on the show. Together they performed "Bad and Boujee" with office supplies. Yes, there are scissors, coffee pots and tape in the mix, as well as a tissue box guitar and a water cooler Krug Bongo. It was unreal.
Adele's classroom conversions of "Hello" are brilliant. Within the first few seconds you hear a better version of this hit and somehow it works. At one point there is a kazoo, banana shaker and hand claps and we love every part of it. Oh, and Adele sings into a toy flip phone that's too good.
Of course, Fallon Idina Menzel had to come by to play "Let It Go" from Frozen because it's such a huge hit, and it could be one of the best segments he has ever done for this sketch. While the Broadway singer hits every note, Fallon breaks the toy blocks and makes that song a little reggae and it's pretty cool.
Who does not love a heavy metal song with toy instruments? We do it! Metallica's achievement of "Enter Sandman" is one for the books. There is a casino keyboard, a toy clarinet, a Fisher Price drum, and other toys used as a Fallon belt alongside James Hetfield . You can say that he also had a great time with this one.
Carly Rae Jepsen
The Canadian singer was the first to take up the challenge of playing her hit "Call Me Maybe" with nothing teaching tools. She hit it with her triangle as the talkmaster simultaneously played drum and tambourine.
Sesame Street cast:
The occupation of Sesame Street stopped ] The Tonight Show and proved that they can really do anything better … even classroom instruments. They teamed up with The Roots and Fallon and rocked hard on the theme song of their show, and it was a nonstop party.
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