Christina Aguilera just proved how talented she is! On Feb. 23, ‘The Voice’ coach appeared in a super funny skit on ‘The Tonight Show’ where she impersonated her longtime frenemy Britney Spears and HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned if Brit saw it as a major diss.
Christina Aguilera, 34, is officially flawless! The Voice coach completely nailed an impression of fellow pop-princess Britney Spears singing “Three Little Pigs” to the tune of her hit, “Oops I Did It Again” during a hilarious musical skit on The Tonight Show and HollywoodLife.com has learned exactly how Britney feels about it. Here’s what we know.
Britney Spears’ Reaction To Christina Aguilera Impression — Is She Offended?
Christina just proved that she can nail any artist, impersonating, Cher, Britney and Shakira during the funny light-hearted game with Jimmy. The crowd laughed when Christina landed on Britney and “Three Little Pigs,” but the “Candy Man” singer flawlessly took it in stride and perfectly channeled her inner Britney.
While it was a light-hearted game, the two have been frenemies for years and her impression could have been taken as an insult. However, a source exclusively revealed to HollywoodLife.com that not only did Brit listen to her impression, but she was impressed by it!
“Britney saw it and thought it was pretty great, they have had their issues in the past but Brit thought is was light-hearted and fun and she never thought it was mean-spirited at all,” our insider revealed. “Brit is happy she did it so well.”
Maybe in the future Britney will join Jimmy and test her Christina impression!
While Christina was hilariously poking fun at other artists, as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Ed Sheeran performed an incredible acoustic cover of her classic song “Dirrty” while visiting the Live Lounge on BBC Radio 1 on Feb. 24. He even took on Redman‘s rap verse — and totally nailed it!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Were you impressed by Christina’s impression of Britney? Should Britney be offended? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck, Reporting by Russ Weakland