Lady Gaga performs Artpop during Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her album Artpop.
Warfield performs Why Do You Lie during Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her album The Unexpected.
Warfield makes her tv debut performing her single Why Do You Lie with the band New Power Generation.
Ylvis performs a live music video of What Does the Fox Say? with Fallon and the Roots.
Fallon, Cyrus, and The Roots perform an a cappella version of We Can’t Stop.
Fallon, The Roots and the cast of Sesame Street play the Sesame Street theme on classroom instruments using bongos, cymbals, xylophone and a keyboard.
Fallon, Thicke & The Roots play Blurred Lines using classroom instruments such as wood blocks, keyboard and a xylophone.
Grande performs her single The Way with a cameo from Miller.
Fallon plays a mashup of NBC News anchor Brian Williams rapping Snoop Dogg’s verse from the Dr.Dre song Nuthin but a G Thang.
Timberlake, Fallon and The Ragtime Gals sing a barbershop quartet version of SexyBack.
Kesha performs an acoustic version of her song C’mon.
Backstage before the show, Fallon, Mariah Carey, and The Roots perform All I Want For Christmas Is You using some instruments such as a ukulele, kazoo, and bongos that you’d find in an elementary school classroom.
Knowles performs her single Countdown to promote her latest album 4.
In Fallon’s office before the show, Christina Aguilera, Fallon, and The Roots use some office supplies as instruments to perform Your Body
Waits performs his single Raised Right Men from the album Bad as Me.
Ocean makes his television debut performing his single Bad Religion.
Fallon, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The Roots perform Call Me Maybe with some instruments you’d find in an elementary school classroom.
Knowles preforms single Best Thing I Never Had on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote her latest album 4.
Kravitz joins the Roots to help conclude Bob Marley week on Late Night performing Marley’s Roots, Rock, Reggae.
Hill performs Marley’s Could You be Loved on Bob Marley week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Jones performs Give A Little Love during Late Night With Jay Leno to promote his album Spirit In The Room.