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Madonna, The Roots & Jimmy Fallon Jam to 'Holiday' on Classroom Instruments [WATCH]

by Carolyn Menyes   Apr 10, 2015 10:04 AM EDT

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It may still be a little dreary in New York, but Madonna, The Roots and Jimmy Fallon got tropical and want you to celebrate a "Holiday." Last night (April 9), the "Ghosttown" singer stopped by The Tonight Show as the talk show's main guest and she teamed up with the entire crew for a classroom instruments rendition of her 1983 hit.

Donning Hawaiian shirts and sunglasses (except for Madonna herself, who was rocking a black bustier and an "M" necklace), The Roots, Fallon and Madge rocked out with smiles on their faces as they sang the throwback hit.

Madonna and Fallon, armed with a cowbell and a woodblock respectively, took the lead on vocals as The Roots backed them with xylophones, little keyboards and triangles.

Watch the fun-filled performance below:

Madonna is just the latest superstar to get one of her hits remade by The Tonight Show gang with classroom instruments. One Direction, Meghan Trainor, Idina Menzel and more have all gotten the fun-filled treatment.

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