Here's Jimmy: The Best of Fallon's First Month on 'The Tonight Show'

From 'History of Rap' to Will Ferrell ice-skating, we've picked our favorite moments from the host's first month on the job

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Idina Menzel and the Roots Sing 'Let It Go'

Jimmy Fallon and the Roots have had a lot of fun playing popular songs on classroom instruments (we didn't even mind their rendition of that killer earworm "Call Me Maybe"), and for their inaugural Tonight Show elementary-school band jam, they've chosen "Let It Go," the Oscar-winning tune from Frozen. With help from Idina Menzel (or if you prefer, Adele Dazeem), the group turned the Broadway-style showstopper into a charming little ditty — albeit one with a huge vocal blast at the end. This was a world away from Menzel's Academy Awards performance, to say the least.

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