Top 5 Wheel Of Musical Impressions from Jimmy Fallon



Top 5 Wheel Of Musical Impressions from Jimmy Fallon

VOICE OVER: Emily Brayton
Script written by Spencer Sher

These celebrities can do a mean musical impression as seen on the “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”'s game of “Wheel of Musical Impressions. Alessia Cara, Demi Lovato, Adam Levine and Christine Aguilera are some the celebs who stand out!

Top 5 Wheel Of Musical Impressions from Jimmy Fallon

You know they can sing, but did you also know that they do a mean musical impression? Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 5 Wheel Of Musical Impressions from Jimmy Fallon.
For this list, we’ll be taking a look at the best performances from “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” game Wheel of Musical Impressions.

#5: Alessia Cara

This Canadian pop star absolutely crushed it when she visited “The Tonight Show”. After being challenged to a game of Wheel of Musical Impressions by host Jimmy Fallon, Cara proceeds to show off her impressive vocal range as well as her ability to adopt the individual singing styles of mega stars Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj. However, her best impression is easily when she transforms her voice into a spot on imitation of Lorde’s to sing the classic children’s song “Baa Baa Black Sheep”. We think it’s safe to say Fallon lost this round.

#4: Demi Lovato

Jimmy delivers some strong performances in this bout, but he can’t compete with Lovato’s pipes. The singer-songwriter begins by belting out her best Cher impression to the tune of “Bingo Was His Name-O”. She then takes it up a notch, somehow managing to sing “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” with Fetty Wap’s distinct cadence and warbling delivery. At this point, an understandably stunned Fallon tries his best to counter with a decent Dave Matthews impression, but Lovato absolutely buries him when she sings “Spongebob Squarepants” as Christina Aguilera. Who would have thought that a song about an anthropomorphic sponge could bring the house down?

#3: Adam Levine

Adam Levine is a talented musical artist, with an angelic voice and a face to match; but did you know he has a knack for impersonating other singers? In the inaugural round of Wheel of Musical Impressions, Adam starts off strong with a solid Frank Sinatra impression, but falters in the second round when he is unable to remember the words to “Sesame Street”. By the end of the tune however, he’s nailing the performance, which, considering that it had to be in the style of Michael Jackson, is no small feat. Levine then finished strong with his rendition of “The Muffin Man”... as sung by Eddie Vedder. No wonder they kept this game around!

#2: Christina Aguilera

The sheer goofiness exhibited in this round of Wheel of Musical Impressions is enough to make even the most cynical of viewers bust a gut laughing. Aguilera begins with a flawless impersonation of Cher singing the Folgers Coffee jingle. From there, she proceeds to deliver what can only be described as a perfect imitation of Britney Spears singing “This Little Piggy.” Aguilera is in the zone, prompting Fallon to give her a standing ovation. The two finish with a duet of “The Golden Girls” theme song… as Shakira. If this isn’t must-see TV, we don’t know what is.

#1: Ariana Grande

What makes this round of Wheel of Musical Impressions the clear winner is the fact that both participants are on point with all of their impersonations. From Grande’s version of Britney Spears singing “Mary Had A Little Lamb” to Fallon’s jaw-droppingly accurate impersonation of Sting singing “Can’t Feel My Face” , both entertainers consistently kill it. The game culminates with Grande following Fallon’s lead, singing “Can’t Feel My Face”, but this time as Céline Dion. It’s little wonder that the video has earned over 95 million Youtube views as of August 2017- it’s a clip with serious replay value.