After Super Bowl XLIX was all said and done, after Katy Perry owned the halftime show with meme-able moments and hot sharks, after all the great commercials, and even the super bummer Nationwide one, and after Tom and Gisele shared a sweet, victory kiss, Jimmy Fallon came up big with the one thing every Super Bowl Sunday desperately needs -- QUEEN!
The late night host joined The Roots for a star-studded a capella cover of "We Are The Champions" featuring Carrie Underwood, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, Usher, Meghan Trainor, One Direction and Christina Aguilera. Watch below.
It's very Hollywood Squares (shout out to old people) or maybe even Brady Bunch-esque (shout out to older people) and it all comes together really well. Here are some of our favorite moments.
1. How You Totally Think "Okay, Ariana Grande Is Bringing The Soul" But Then Christina Aguilera Shows Up and BRINGS THE SOUL.
No offense to the "Problem" singer, who does sound amazing as per usual, but when you unleash Christina Aguilera and her four octave range on "We Are The Champions" AND she brings you home with the final hook! Sorry, everyone else. It's over. Also, can we talk about how amazing Christina looks right now? Because it's true.
2. How Usher Doesn't Just Sing He Full On Performs
Is he looking into the camera, or directly into our eyes? We can't even tell.
3. How Meghan Trainor Cools It Down Perfectly
Forget "All About That Bass," we might have another Norah Jones on our hands!
4. How It's All One Person To A Square Until One Direction Shows Up
Complete with this adorably sad moment where Niall points at Harry Styles while singing "my friend," but then Harry doesn't see it and doesn't point back.
5. How The Roots Are Awesome As Always
Seriously, these guys don't even need instruments.
6. How Jimmy Fallon Thanks Everyone After
You're right, Jimmy. That WAS nice.
In addition to this performance, Jimmy had Will Ferrell lip sync Beyonce's "Drunk In Love," and you should watch it. It will change your life.