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Demi Lovato Slays A Perfect Christina Aguilera Impression On Jimmy Fallon — Watch

Sat, February 20, 2016 12:52am EDT by Beth Shilliday 2 Comments

OMG!! Demi Lovato stopped by ‘The Tonight Show’ on Feb. 19 and got to play one of our favorite segments, the ‘Wheel of Musical Impressions.’ That means we got to hear her belt out her takes on other singers like Christina Aguilera and Cher!

Lovatics rejoice!  Demi Lovato, 23, just gave us another reason to worship her as she played the hilarious Wheel of Musical Impressions game with Jimmy Fallon41. She was absolutely able to NAIL other singers and we are beyond impressed with her ability to mimic other artists so perfectly. The segment has been a big hit among other singers, with the likes of Christina Aguilera, Ariana Grande and Adam Levine all taking part.

Jimmy capped off an amazing week of Los Angeles based shows by having Demi come on and play a round of Wheel of Musical Impressions which was truly epic. The total highlight came on her final song, where she had to do Xtina singing the theme song to “Spongebob Squarepants” and we are DEAD!  It was so spot-on that even Jimmy hopped out of his chair clapping in amazement. Demi belted out the high notes and did all of the crazy vocal gymnastics that Christina is so famous for. She had to have used at least 2 octives worth of vocal runs to get the last two words of the song out. Get Demi’s album Confident by clicking here.

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Demi also got to do another iconic singer’s voice when she got Cher doing “Bingo Was His Name-O,” which she totally owned, but a lot of people can do a good Cher imitation so her next selection was a lot harder. She had to pretend to be Fetty Wap singing “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” which blew the audience away. Even she was shocked that her impression was a great one, laughing,  “I didn’t know it was good until now.”

Demi talked in her chat with Jimmy about how exciting it was to attend and perform at her very first Grammy Awards. She said her manager told her, “You should wait to go to the Grammys unless your presenting, performing or nominated, so I waited eight years to go to this. Really I’ve been waiting since I was five and learned what the Grammy’s were.” Aw, how sweet, and who could forget her part in the amazing Lionel Richie tribute. What a way to spend your very first trip to the big show!

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HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Demi’s amazing impressions?