Besides Luis Fonsi’s mega hit, the actress also plays ‘Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head’ during her appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’.
Being able to play piano, violin or any other musical instruments is common in public, but Keira Knightley‘s musical talent is definitely something that you won’t get to see everyday. Stopping by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Tuesday, March 12, the Oscar-nominated actress revealed that she could play any song with her teeth.
“I can play my teeth,” she told host Jimmy Fallon. “There was a boy at school when I was about seven or eight and he went on a talent show on TV, so he was like the coolest person ever, and he played his teeth. So, everybody at my school was like, that’s cool, so everybody from that school can probably play their teeth.”
Proving her unusual musical ability, Keira demonstrated her skill by playing “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” and Luis Fonsi‘s mega hit “Despacito”, tapping on her teeth to the beat. The audience was so impressed by her talent that they began cheering and clapping, while Jimmy gave her a standing ovation.
“I can’t believe my husband hasn’t put me in a band yet!” the London-born beauty joked after her performance, referring to her husband, 35-year-old musician James Righton.
Elsewhere in the interview, the “Love Actually” actress revealed that her daughter Edie is currently “obsessed” with animated series “PAW Patrol“. She said, “My baby is three and a half, she’s a toddler, she’s huge! She loves ‘PAW Patrol’, we’re really deep into it, it’s like toddler crack! We have to act the show out during bath time. When I join in, she says, ‘no, don’t do that,’ but I get paid for this!”
Changing the topic, “The Aftermath” star went on sharing the reason behind her choice to sport a denim hat in “Love Actually” as saying, “The only thing I remember from the film is that I got the biggest zit of my life! It was like a head on top of my head, so that’s the reason why I wore a hat. I only watch my movies once. It’s weird, it’s like hearing your own voice, so I only see the bad bits.”