What would you do when you're in a dressing room with Adele, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots? Sing "Hello" and bring a few classroom instruments for a full on jam session, of course. That's what happened when the Brit songstress stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote her latest album 25. The dressing room setup is a fun tradition on The Tonight Show, where the crew packs into a tiny space to perform a singer's latest hit with nothing but child-size instruments like ukeleles, handclappers, kazoos, bongos and tambourines. It adds a unique and playful layer to a single we're typically used to hearing on our airwaves so we're not mad at all. Besides, how often do you get to watch Adele pick up a toy flip phone and keep a straight face while belting out her track effortlessly? The stripped-down performance packs a powerful punch with a little silly (even Jimmy almost loses it), a dash of soul and whole lot of creativity.
You can't shake Adele out of your system just yet since she's pretty much running things right now, and at least 2.3 million Americans agree. So what do we do? Just ride the wave and sing along to whatever she decides to release. Speaking of which, Adele also performed another 25 track, "Water Under the Bridge," and spent quality time playing games with Jimmy. If you're not one of the millions who bought her album yet, 25 is available everywhere music is sold. Watch Adele get down with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Crew right here and say hello to the most creative version of "Hello" we've heard yet.