Hollywood is recovering from Sunday's shocking Academy Awards, where "Moonlight" took home the best picture trophy after it was mistakenly given to "La La Land." And while the twists and turns of the presidency of Donald Trump continue, here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:
- Benedict Cumberbatch returning to TV with Showtime's 'Melrose'
- Ed Sheeran jams with Jimmy Fallon and the Roots
- 2017 Oscars updates: Show highlights | Red carpet arrivals | Best and worst dressed
- Two prominent Iranian Americans represented Asghar Farhadi at the Oscars
- New 'Twin Peaks' art is out, with a couple of very familiar faces
Anything goes in 2017.
And now here comes the latest edition of Classroom Instruments on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
British pop star Ed Sheeran turned in a fine performance on Monday night's episode, joining Fallon and the Roots on a version of his latest hit "Shape of You."
Classroom Instruments is a genuinely fun recurring bit for the show, but there's still just something a little weird about watching Sheeran earnestly rattle a banana shaker while singing about how "my bedsheets smell like you."
But strange is the order of the day now.
The question now is whether Sheeran's appearance on "The Tonight Show" tops his gig at the Grammys. Judge for yourself.