What happens when you combine Robin Thicke, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and kid instruments?
The answer to that would be this cute and equally funny video. The singer, the late night show host and the band look like they ransacked an elementary school, taking all the kids’ instruments like the color xylophone, a make-believe piano, a flute, some maracas and a…banana?
Check out the stripped down version of Summer’s biggest and catchiest hit yet.
This isn’t the first time that Fallon has performed some stripped-down versions of hit songs on his show. In the past he’s done the same with the likes of Carly Rae Jepsen, Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey.
Earlier this week, we got news that Jesse and the Rippers would be making their return to TV and not because of some Full House reunion or anything like that. Uncle Jesse or John Stamos and his fictional rock and roll band will be hitting the stage on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to perform a list of songs that we have the privilege of revealing to you guys.
The first song of the evening, will reportedly be the song that resulted in women, everywhere, falling even more in love with our dear Uncle Jesse, Forever by The Beach Boys. With Jesse’s obsession with Elvis Presley being a central theme in the entire show’s run, it comes as no surprise that the playlist for the night will include, Elvis’ Little Sister.
The Beatles’ Hippie Hippie Shake will follow which for die-hard fans of the show would remember it from the time the full Tanner clan went to Disney World. (Side note, it’s probably one of my favorite episodes of the entire series.)
Finally, the band will close out the show with iconic Full House theme which might result in may of us changing the channel to Nickelodeon to watch reruns of the show to feel the nostalgia.
For now, you can check out this Vine video showing the band and John Stamos rehearsing for tonight’s return.
Don’t forget to tune in tonight at 12:35 ET because this is going to be good! HAVE MERCY!
The Lumineers have officially made it.
As if getting playfully hit in the face by Sir Elton John (it happened to drummer, Jeremiah Fraites at the Grammys) didn’t secure the Colorado-based indie band a place in pop culture then Jimmy Fallon, Blake Shelton and Parks & Recreation star, Nick Offerman covering their hit song, “Ho Hey” may have done it.
Just in time for Easter, the late night host and his group of clucking friends formed The Chickeneers and covered the top 100 hit song on Fallon’s show.
Check out the video right here and have a little bit of a clucking laugh yourselves.