Adam Levine’s many talents apparently also include doing impressions of major pop stars. He played a new game “Wheel of Musical Impressions” on the Tonight show and was hilarious.
Show host Jimmy Fallon played along, using what he called a “musical impressions generator.”
It matched a pop star with a song, although in this case, the songs were silly children tunes like “Old McDonald.”
On the first spin of the wheel, Levine landed on iconic crooner Frank Sinatra and children’s tune “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes.”
Levine did a great job capturing “Ole’ Blue Eyes'” pacing, if not exact voice.
One Fallon’s first spin he drew Bob Dylan and the song “Rude” by Magic. Give him a B+ on that one.
Levine also tackled Michael Jackson and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam. Fallon butchered Iggy Azalea, singing “Old McDonald Had a Farm.”
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