Adele, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Perform 'Hello' on Classroom Instruments

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Jimmy Fallon and The Roots sing with Adele during the Music Room bit on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Nov. 24, 2015.

Sure, you’ve heard “Hello” (everyone has by now). But you’ve never heard it played like this

Adele took time out from her historic sales week to unwind for a performance with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots…and a room full of classroom instruments.

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The British pop singer and her hosts tackled the global hit with an array of percussion instruments, a ukulele and even a flip phone (hello!). 

The "classroom instruments" segment aired Tuesday night on The Tonight Show, a full 24-hours after Adele shone with a performance of “Water Under the Bridge” and stuck around to play “Box of Lies”.

"Hello" and “Water Under the Bridge” are lifted from Adele's smash third album release 25, which is cruising toward three million first-week sales in the U.S., where its now holds the single-week record. It's also on track for the best-ever opening sales week for any album in the U.K. 

Watch Adele's "classroom instruments" performance of "Hello."