Is a song of the summer really a song of the summer if it's not made more meme-worthy by Jimmy Fallon and the Roots? Just like Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" last year, Robin Thicke's No. 1 single "Blurred Lines" was given a unique "Late Night" treatment, with the singer joining the host and his house band for a re-creation of the song with children's instruments on Thursday night (Aug. 1).
It's hard to argue with a version of "Blurred Lines" that features a tiny xylophone, metal spoons, cowbell and a wooden block played by Mr. Fallon himself. Be sure to watch the inspired performance through Black Thought's sneering verse -- which, of course, is sung into a multi-colored maraca.