Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger joined Jimmy Fallon to show off his acting abilities in a parody of retro television infomercials and PSAs.
In the light-hearted clip, Jagger is seen mindlessly playing a guitar before the old-timey narrator addresses him and instructs him of ways he could be better spending his time during quarantine.
Mick Jagger and Jimmy Fallon parody retro BBC News
The 76-year-old rocker takes part in the fun, performing household chores, light exercise, and even animal husbandry (as the retro narration informs us) in the video.
The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon introduced the bit by saying: "You know this pandemic is affecting everyone across the globe. Check out this thing I saw earlier today on BBC."
At age 76, Mick Jagger's still at it with the Rolling Stones
"The BBC's coverage of the pandemic is a little bit different than ours, don't you think?," Fallon concluded after the unannounced appearance by Jagger.
The collaboration was for a good cause too, as the skit ended with a focus on fundraising for the Save the Children fund during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sadly, Jagger didn't deliver a musical performance in the parody! But, in case you're wondering, Jagger and the Rolling Stones are still at it. The band, which formed in 1962, also released a new quarantine-inspired song titled "Living in a Ghost Town" just a few weeks ago. Listen to it below.