Done brilliantly, the NBC Tonight Show’s classroom instrument covers are wonderful segments where everyone from Mariah Carey to the cast of Sesame Street have stripped down their classic hits to minimalist renditions where the arrangements are spare but joyous versions of the songs. It was only a matter of time before Adele got in on the action, and she joined Jimmy Fallon and the Roots this week for a sprightly rendition of her huge hit “Hello.”
Adele is of course an astounding singer, and this playful moment gives her a chance to be down to earth. Check out the links below for highlights from last night, and sneak peeks for tonight’s shows, as well as Thursday and Friday’s programming!
Below are the clips with Jimmy, Adele and The Roots singing “Hello” with classroom Instruments, Fallon’s interviews with Tim Allen and Danai Gurira, and a performance by Jennifer Nettles. Don’t miss Seth’s interviews with Superstore’s America Ferrera, Chicago Med’s Oliver Platt and Judah Friedlander on Late Night!
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy, Adele & The Roots Sing “Hello” (w/Classroom Instruments)
Adele joins Jimmy and The Roots in the Tonight Show Music Room to perform “Hello” with classroom instruments.
Pros and Cons: Thanksgiving
Jimmy weighs the good and bad of celebrating Turkey Day with family and friends.
Home Improvement Was Tim Allen’s First Acting Gig
Tim Allen’s most notable role, Home Improvement’s Tim Taylor, was also his first.
Tim Allen Needs Some Grand Marshal Advice
Tim Allen talks to Jimmy about his Thanksgiving plans and shares lessons about experimenting with explosions and fire as a kid.
Danai Gurira Introduced Christmas Stockings to Zimbabwe
Danai Gurira chats with Jimmy about her childhood in Zimbabwe and odd holiday traditions, like very tall elves.
Danai Gurira Wrote a Broadway Play
The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira explains how she wrote her Broadway play Eclipse and snagged Lupita Nyong’o to star in it.
Jennifer Nettles: Unlove You
Music guest Jennifer Nettles performs “Unlove You” for the Tonight Show audience.
Late Night With Seth Meyers
Donald Trump’s False Claims: A Closer Look
Seth on Trump’s claim that he saw New Jersey Muslims cheering on 9/11 and more.
Old Video Games: Bill Cosby Moral Combat, NBA Jam 1952
Seth plays some of his favorite old Jorbus video games.
America Ferrera’s Crazy Vegas Trip with the Cast of Superstore
They saw David Copperfield and danced to “Hotline Bling” in a limo.
America Ferrera Wanted to Convert to Judaism to Get a Bat Mitzvah
America Ferrera really wanted a Bat Mitzvah when she was young.
Oliver Platt Is Very Proud of His No-Frills Bicycle
Seth thinks the bike Platt rides around NYC is crappy, but it’s all in the eye of the beholder.
Oliver Platt Is Bracing for His First Chicago Winter
The Chicago Med star says “bring it on” to his new city’s infamous winters.
Oliver Platt: Meryl Streep Saved Me on the Postcards from the Edge Set
Platt didn’t prepare for his scene and his co-star Meryl Streep made everything better.
Judah Friedlander Discusses His Art
Friedlander’s new book, If the Raindrops United: Drawings and Cartoons, is a collection of his drawings.
The Wiz Live!
Watch The Making Of The Wiz Live! (Promo)
Get a special, behind-the-scenes look at the live television event of the season. Watch The Making Of The Wiz Live!, Wednesday, November 25 at 8/7c on NBC.
Check Out the All-Star Live Event of the Season (Promo)
Get ready for The Wiz Live! One night only, Thursday, December 3 at 8/7c on NBC. And don’t miss The Making Of The Wiz Live!, Wednesday, November 25 at 8/7c.