The return of the NES Classic isn't the only thing Nintendo is brewing. In one of its stranger creations, you can build cardboard attachments for your Nintendo Switch to create new instruments and controller for the Switch. It's called the Labo, and it's showcased in a new twist to Jimmy Fallon's "Classroom Instruments" segment.
Usually, the segment features Fallon and the Roots performing with a guest musician using toy instruments. (Or, in the case of Migos, office supplies.) However, when Fallon and friends brought back the segment on Monday, they did something different. They used the Nintendo's Labo -- basically cardboard plus the Nintendo Switch in various configurations you have to build yourself -- to perform Ariana Grande's new single "No Tears Left to Cry."