When you combine the most social media savvy late night host and one of the Internet’s favorite songs from the last year, the views are sure to be high.
Jimmy Fallon kicked-off the third week as the host of "The Tonight Show" performing the Oscar-winning Best Song, "Let it Go," with Idina Menzel and The Roots. They played the popular tune with classroom instruments.
Click the video player below to watch. Mobile users can watch here.
By Tuesday morning, the video was already on YouTube’s most shared list, racking up more than 300,000 views.
This was the first of the classroom instrument performances from Fallon and The Roots since moving to "The Tonight Show."
This style was a big hit during their tenure on "Late Night," where they had similar performances with Robin Thicke, Mariah Carey, Carly Rae Jepsen, Christina Aguilera and the Sesame Street gang. These previous videos have topped more than 55 million views combined.
Click the player below to see past performances. Mobile users can watch here.