Los Angeles: Oscar-winner Adele did a rendition of her hit single 'Hello' with Jimmy Fallon and hip hop/neo soul band The Roots on late-night talk show 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'.
The trio came together for a "classroom instruments" performance, reported Aceshowbiz.
While the 27-year-old star was on the vocals, Fallon and the members of The Roots played the wood block, ukulele, rainbow-colored xylophone, tambourine and banana shaker.
At one point, Adele grabbed a fake flip phone and jokingly sang through it.
She stopped by "The Tonight Show" to promote her comeback album "25".
Released last Friday, it has just destroyed the first-week sales record set by NSYNC's "No Strings Attached" 15 years ago.
By Tuesday morning, the British songbird's new record sold more than 2.433 million copies, surpassing the 2.416 million sold by the boyband's project in its first week.
Marking her first full-length in four years, "25" is predicted to debut on Billboard 200's Number 1 next week with around 3 million sold.
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