Is there anything Adele can't do?

The Grammy winner joined forces with Jimmy Fallon for a brand new edition of The Tonight Show's series of hit songs performed with children's classroom instruments. 

Backed by the musical stylings of The Roots, the "When We Were Young" songstress and Fallon sat together as she belted out her already classic chart-topping hit "Hello." 

While they were surrounded by colorful musical trinkets like a rainbow xylophone, bongos and shaking bells, the most perfect prop came from Adele herself, who unexpectedly whipped out a children's toy cell phone in the middle of the performance as an homage to her sepia music video for the track. Genius!

We just wonder what her 3-year-old son Angelo James Konecki thinks about the unique tot-inspired musical arrangement. 

Jimmy Fallon, Adele

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By the look of this latest collaboration and interview with the late-night host—where he managed to perfectly imitate her British accent—Adele may want to induct Fallon into her growing American squad

During her most recent days in New York, the Oscar winner joined another Academy Award holder, Jennifer Lawrence, and nominee Emma Stone for a girl's night out on the town in the Big Apple. The Hollywood trio dined on duck carnitas at Mexican restaurant Cosme in New York City. 

While her squad is still a work in progress, the brunette beauty has already admitted that she would love to induct one pop megastar into her posse.

"It's not as interesting as some of the other squads that are around right now, but maybe Rihanna can be in my squad! That would be really cool. Oh, God. She's life itself, isn't she? I love her," she dished to Rolling Stone.

Well, Adele, if you're ever holding squad auditions, just give us the date and time and we'll be right over. 

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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