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VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon, Metallica, & The Roots Sing 'Enter Sandman' with Classroom Instruments!

Jimmy Fallon and The Roots join Metallica to perform the band’s hit “Enter Sandman” using only classroom instruments on The Tonight Show!

The 42-year-old Tonight Show host took on vocals, bass drum, the keyboard and the kazoo for the rendition.

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Classroom Instruments is one of Jimmy‘s most popular returning segments! Watch Sia with Natalie Portman performing “Iko Iko,” Adele performing “Hello,” Madonna performing “Holiday.”

Watch Jimmy Fallon perform with Metallica and The Roots below…

VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon, Metallica, & The Roots Sing ‘Enter Sandman’

Kelly Clarkson Sings 'Hamilton' Song 'It's Quiet Uptown' - Listen Now!

A ton of major stars have joined forces with Lin-Manuel Miranda to sing new versions of the songs from the Broadway musical Hamilton for the new album, The Hamilton Mixtape.

Kelly Clarkson is one of the featured artists and she gets to sing the devastating act two song “It’s Quiet Uptown,” which is normally performed by the characters Alexander Hamilton and Angelica Schuyler. Her song has been released early along with the album pre-order and you can listen below.

The Roots‘ version of “My Shot” featuring Busta Rhymes, Joell Ortiz, and Nate Ruess also was released early.

Pre-order the album now on iTunes to get the tracks and stream them below via Spotify!

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Jimmy Fallon & Music Superstars Sing 'We Are The Champions' A Cappella (Video)

The late night show following the Super Bowl always features some great celeb appearances and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Sunday (February 1) was no exception!

To kick off the show, Jimmy showed off a fun video he and The Roots made with celebs, in which they sang “We Are the Champions” a capella.

Featured in the video are Carrie Underwood, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, Usher, Meghan Trainor, One Direction, and Christina Aguilera. Watch the full clip below!

Watch the epic a capella clip below!

Jimmy Fallon & Music Superstars Sing ‘We Are The Champions’ A Cappella

Jimmy Fallon Plays Hilarious 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Prank on The Roots - Watch Now!

Jimmy Fallon did a hilarious bit on his show The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday (July 29) where he played the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer for his house band The Roots with a twist.

Instead of just playing the trailer in its entirety, Jimmy inserted an extremely scary face halfway through to unexpectedly scare each of the band members. It’s hilarious! Be sure to watch below.

And be sure to check out the actual Fifty Shades of Grey trailer if you haven’t seen it already.

Jimmy Fallon Plays ‘Fifty Shades’ Trailer for The Roots

Frank Ocean: 'Channel Orange' Out Today!

Frank Ocean signs autographs before heading inside NBC Studios to make an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Monday (July 9) in New York City.

The 24-year-old singer, who recently came out, was joined by The Roots and a string section as he performed “Bad Religion,” from his debut album Channel Orange.

“Back in Los Angeles already. Had fun on Fallon,” Frank wrote on his Twitter account. “Thanks to everybody that was a part of it. channel orange. channel orange. channel orange.”

Channel Orange is available exclusively on iTunes NOW!

Frank Ocean: ‘Bad Religion’ Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

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Andy Samberg: Yo Gabba Gabba!!!

New episodes of kids show Yo Gabba Gabba kick off Monday, Oct. 12 through Friday, Oct. 16 @ 1PM ET/PT on Nick Jr. (formerly NOGGIN).

Musical guests The Roots will perform “Lovely, Love My Family” on the Oct. 12 episode “Family.”

On the Oct. 13 episode, SNL funnyman Andy Samberg will teach the “Alligator Chomp” and “Dancey Dance.” Musical guests MGMT will perform “Art is Everywhere,” and skateboarder Ray Barbee will perform a “Cool Trick.”

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