Ariana Grande uses Nintendo Labo to recreate her new single

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The Labo is a kit for the Nintendo Switch which combines cardboard with the console to create fun toys and all new, interactive ways to play games. For the two Nintendo Labo kits now available, you'll have to shell out just under £120.

Ariana was on vocals, while Jimmy played the Guitar and Piano Studio.

In 2016, Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime appeared on Fallon's late night TV show to show off the Nintendo Switch.

"So this thing Labo is like cardboard-corrugated, I guess?"

Together, the digital instruments sounded incredible, and Grande's voice brought it all together. Nintendo just stood them up. We asked if we could make other cardboard things like guitars and they [Nintendo] said, 'Of course! "We made a full-on band using Labo". Every time he raised it up it would make a amusing noise, nearly like a theremin. My boys (9,7) love to build the Labo toys and playing with them. Also, Stro is using the Toy-Con garage drum machine.

"It was totally weird and such a gamble", Fallon told IGN.

Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry" already has one wildly inventive music video that reminds me of both Inception and Blade Runner and another that's good to watch maybe if you find yourself in a zero-gravity situation. Whatever you dream of, you can make it. After the spectacular success of the Nintendo Switch, the gaming giant made a decision to take the console beyond just gaming and into educational gaming.

Monday night, she returns for a special segment.