Adele stopped by “The Tonight Show” and performed a more upbeat version of her hit single “Hello.”

Adele, host Jimmy Fallon, and his house band, The Roots, performed the singer’s smash single  using only kids toys and classroom instruments, and they totally nailed it.

Accompanying Adele’s soulful voice, Fallon and The Roots used instruments such as a melodica, kazoo, hand clappers, banana-shaped shaker, and more to create a sweet harmony.

Adele used a bright green kiddie flip phone as prop and answered a pretend call, like a scene right out of her music video for “Hello.”

The video has since raked more than 2.8 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded on Tuesday.

Aside from Fallon’s interview, the British songbird also played fan-favorite game “Box of Lies” on the show and also sang another track – “Water Under the Bridge” – from her new “25” album.

The Grammy-award winning singer recently broke chart records and single-week record sale for her album “25”.

According to Billboard, the album has sold at least 2.8 million copies in the US since being released on Friday, citing the latest Nielsen Music data.

Of that, 1.45 million are digital albums.

“25” has already smashed the single-week album sales record previously held by *NSYNC’s “No Strings Attached,” with 2,416,000 units sold when it debuted in March 2000.

NSYNC member Lance Bass earlier posted on Twitter his congratulatory message to Adele.

The download haul of Adele’s album now also holds the single-week download record, which Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” previously held with 662,000 digital copies sold in its first week in May 2011.

Industry experts are projecting that the British singer could sell upwards to 2.9 million copies for its first week, which ends on Thursday, CNN noted.

Adele also surpassed 2015’s best-selling album – Taylor Swift’s “1989.”

CNN reported Adele nearly double the sales record of Swift’s hit album, which was 1.3 million for its first week last October.

Adele’s single “Hello” also shattered records when it hit more than 1.1 million downloads on  the first week of its release.