Adam Levine faced off against host, Jimmy Fallon on the Sept. 1, episode of ‘The Tonight Show’ in an epic game where the two battled to find out who is the best at doing musical impressions! Watch the hilarious clip!
Adam Levine, 35, took The Tonight Show by storm on Sept. 1! The heart-throb faced off against host, Jimmy Fallon, 39, in a new game called “Wheel of Musical Impressions.” The two hilariously impersonated some iconic singers such as Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra singing random songs, including nursery rhymes! Who do you think won the game?
Jimmy Fallon Adam Levine Music Battle
Jimmy couldn’t have picked a better game to play with Adam! We already knew that he could sing and he is hilarious as a judge on The Voice so it is only natural to combine his talents into one hilarious game!
Adam went first and spun, Frank Sinatra, singing “Head Shoulders, Knees & Toes.” It was hilarious to watch the singer take it so seriously and wait to find the perfect beat. He also didn’t know all of the words, which made it that much better!
Jimmy spun next and got Bob Dylan, singing “Rude” by Magic. The host has done impressions of the legendary singer before, and they are always spot on, so this was definitely a good choice for him!
The sexiest man alive then pulled out his best impression of the night, taking on Michael Jackson singing the “Sesame Street Theme Song.” He sounded just like him, he definitely could pass as the pop icon for sure!
It was time for the comedian to spin, and he got the funniest combination of the night. He took on Iggy Azalea singing “Old McDonald Had A Farm,” and to make it even better, he sang it to the tune of her summer hit, “Fancy.”
Sadly, they only had time for one more, so Adam spun for the last time and got Eddie Vedder singing “The Muffin Man.” He may not have known what street the muffin man lives on, but it was really impressive to hear his lower register. Adam definitely proved that he can hang with Jimmy, and tackle and voice range!
It is a tough call, but Adam may have clinched the win with his Michael impression!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Who do you think won the music battle? Were you impressed by Adam’s impersonations? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck