When it comes to memorable late-night videos, Jimmy Fallon has it down pat. From epic lip-sync battles through Emma Stone to camp sketches via Justin Timberlake to the inwell known "Ew!" fun with stars like Zac Efron, basically whatever he touches goes viral. Although I love his over-the-peak moments, occasionally the ideal parts of The Tonight Show are the many basic, prefer his classroom instrument music videos. He"s done quite a couple of of these currently — the a lot of recent featuring One Direction singing "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" — via The Roots, and also each has actually gotten much better, included more instruments, and also gained the songs stuck in everyone"s heads.

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Back in Christmas 2012, he had Mariah Carey sing "All I Want For Christmas Is You," and he"s likewise had actually Idina Menzel belting out "Let It Go" and also Carly Rae Jepsen putting a quirky spin on "Call Me Maybe." Since you probably can not remember them all, I"ve rounded up all eight of them listed below, in chronological order to show exactly how much they"ve adjusted over the years. Out of all his recurring bits, this is absolutely one of my favorite, though it doesn"t incorporate Efron wearing a wig and a dress. Maybe Fallon can acquire him to repincrease his High School Musical duty at some time...

Carly Rae Jepsen — "Call Me Maybe"


This was Fallon"s first-ever before classroom tools video in June 2012, and it will obtain stuck in your head almost everywhere again as soon as you watch this.

Christina Aguilera – "Your Body"


For those that composed off Xtina as just a Voice judge, this exceptional rendition of her song will certainly blow your mind. She may take breaks from making new music, however once she does perdevelop, it"s tremendous. This one debuted in Nov. 2012.

Mariah Carey — "All I Want For Christmas Is You"


Ah, the ideal Christmas song ever before. Carey even makes a diva-prefer entrance after the song starts in this Dec. 2012 video.

Robin Thicke — "Blurred Lines"


Remember once this song was catchy and also prior to we all wanted to foracquire around Thicke? In Aug. 2013, he had actually some fun with Fallon & The Roots.

Seexact same Street Theme Song


Warning: this is the cutest video of the bunch, which Fallon filmed in Sept. 2013.

Idina Menzel — "Let It Go"


Since he couldn"t forgain the Frozen song. It would certainly be a crime, and Elsa would most likely freeze his studio over. This taken place earlier this year in May 2014.

Meghan Trainor — "All About That Bass"


Tbelow is no bass in this song, however quite simply a bunch of fun instruments as Trainor belted out her hit single in Sept. 2014.

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One Direction — "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"


Get into the Christmas spirit through the boys" glorious ugly sweaters! This was, of course, simply posted in Dec. 2014.