Ed Sheeran and Jimmy Fallon performed ‘Shape of You’ using classroom instruments

The world’s favourite guitar-toting redhead and the world’s favourite classroom instruments band — what’s not to like?

What do you think?

Ed Sheeran joined Jimmy Fallon & The Roots for a funky version of his latest crowd-pleaser “Shape of You” and it’s perefct!

Playing a banana shaker, Sheeran has never been more Sheeran, while jack-of-all-trades Fallon performs with a Casio keyboard, bass drum, Guiro and blocks.

There’s room also for the xylophone, kazoo, apple shaker, bongos and ukulele.

They all look so inspired.

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Original source : Mashable

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Japanese snooker is awesome!!

Japanese pool player Naoyuki Oi doesn’t speak English fluently but that didn’t stop him from giving an impressive performance in a post-match interview :

Oi beat Cheng Yu Hsuan 8-6 at the World Pool Master tournament in Gibraltar on Saturday and was being interviewed by Sky Sports presenter Tony Wrighton.

“My name is Naoyuki Oi and I am very, very lucky,” he said. “Congratulations me! Yay!

Then he replied to the questions with quotes from the “Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen” song that went viral last year and by saying “no problem.” That’s quite something.

Unfortunately, Oi lost his quarter-final match. But he gave his final interview, and it was brilliant:

Back in 2015, Oi summarised his pool philosophy in an interview before the World Cup of Pool. And it’s something we should all get on board with:

“Maybe lose? Enjoy! No problem.”

What do you think?

Ohn by the way, snooker is “pool” for all you Americans out there!

Original source : Mashable