The Lonely Island and Jimmy Fallon Turn Into Sailors and Perform With Classroom Instruments
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Accompanied by The Roots, the comedy trio and the TV host don sailor uniforms and glasses while performing 'I'm on a Boat' sans T-Pain with instruments like banana shaker and xylophone.

AceShowbiz - The Lonely Island got "On a Boat" with Jimmy Fallon during their appearance in the Monday night, May 16 episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". Along with The Roots, the gentlemen transformed into sailors as they performed the comedy trio's collaboration with T-Pain using classroom instruments.

Donning sailor uniform paired with sunglasses and a blue scarf, Andy Samberg rapped his lines along with Akiva Schaffer while holding a rubber duck and clapping a pair of flip-flops. He's surrounded by Fallon and the Roots members who played various colorful instruments including a banana shaker, xylophone, hand clappers and ukulele.

Jorma Taccone also joined in the fun though he's the only one without the uniform. Wearing a blue-and-yellow T-shirt and a dunce cap, he spent most of the performance sitting still and reading a book before bringing out a triangle towards the end of the song.

"I'm on a Boat" is a track off The Lonely Island's 2009 album, "Incredibad". The parody group is currently gearing up to release their new film, "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping", that's hitting U.S. theaters in summer.

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