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Jimmy Fallon, Brendon Urie, And The Roots Sing “Under Pressure” With At-Home Instruments.

While “The Tonight Show” is looking a little different these days, Jimmy Fallon is still finding ways to make his fans smile.

The popular television host is doing an at-home rendition that features plenty of wonderful content. Not only is he interviewing celebrities, showing off hilarious Tweets, and creating original mash-up songs with Justin Timberlake, but he’s also encouraging the world to give back during the novel coronavirus pandemic!


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Recently, he found a way to include his show’s house band, The Roots, in an episode, and we just can’t get enough of their homemade music!

In a video, we see each band member come together for the virtual performance. They’re so good it’s almost like we’re watching them in the studio… only there’s a little twist. Instead of their traditional instruments, most of them are using common household items. And Brendon Urie, the lead singer of Panic! At The Disco, teams up with Fallon to provide some incredible vocals!

The end result was a cover of “Under Pressure” that we never knew we needed! Not to mention, we got to see one of the band members play a toaster. Who knew that was even possible?


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This is one quarantine performance you don’t want to miss. Despite their separate screens, these artists brought a level of talent that is truly remarkable. After all, if we couldn’t see them, we’d never be able to tell they aren’t in a studio — or notice the plate being used as a tambourine.

Check out this awesome collaboration in the video below, and remember to share it with your friends. For more stories of joy and hope, check out the Coronavirus Good News Dashboard.


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