Natalie Portman and Sia Join Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for Classroom Instrument Performance on The Tonight Show

Unless you’ve been living without Internet access for the last few years, you’re no stranger to The Tonight Show‘s viral videos. Every so often, a musical guest will be invited to perform a hit song with The Roots and Jimmy playing backup on classroom instruments.

Tonight was slightly different from past guests such as Mariah Carey and The Muppets, but did you really expect anything less from Sia? Natalie Portman, Jimmy, and all the members of The Roots donned their best Sia black and white wigs as they sang along to “Iko Iko”. Front and center was Sia herself, covering her face as per usual with a giant hair bow.

Random cover song choice aside, it was a super fun sing along to watch! Check it out for yourself here:


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