Keira Knightley showcases her hidden musical talent by playing 'Despacito' on her teeth
Put simply, Keira Knightley is a British national treasure. Not only is she one of the most beautiful and talented actresses on the planet - with captivating performances in movies like Pirates of the Caribbean and Pride & Prejudice - but she also comes across like one of the most genuine celebs in Hollywood.
Not only that, but she can play her TEETH. Yes, during her appearance on Tuesday evening's The Tonight Show, Knightley, 33, was asked by host Jimmy Fallon if she had any hidden talents.
And Knightley did not disappoint. Check out her beguiling performance of 'Despacito' - using her teeth as an instrument:
"I can play my teeth", Knightley revealed, as the audience gasped with intrigue. The actress then explained that she discovered the particularly unique talent back in elementary school when a former classmate appeared on a television talent show to showcase the same skill:
"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."
Fallon then asked Knightley if she would demonstrate her the talent, and she happily obliged. Then, after dazzling the audience with a performance of B. J. Thomas' Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head, the Oscar-nominee asked Fallon if he would like to hear anything in particular.
"What would you like? I can do anything", Knightley confidently asked, to which Fallon responded with Luis Fonsi's hit single 'Despacito'.
And amazingly, Knightley pulled it off! Fallon was so impressed with her unique performance that he jumped to his feet to give the actress a standing ovation.
Luis Fonsi's 'Despacito' was originally released in 2017, but saw a resurgence in the charts throughout 2018 after a remixed version with Justin Bieber soared to the top of the Billboard Hot 100, where it became the 22nd best selling single of the year. But truth be told, I prefer Knightley's version.