Who knew that Adam Levine had some impersonation skills for all to enjoy on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”? Levine engaged in a battle of impressions with Fallon on Tuesday, September 2. In a game called “Wheel of Impression”, a name of a singer and song title is randomly displayed on the screen. Levine performed a Frank Sinatra-esque “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” and “Theme from Sesame Street” in Michael Jackson’s voice. Fallon took on a Bob Dylan impression while singing “Rude” by Magic! and Iggy Azalea performing “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”. The battle was rounded up with the both of them taking on “The Muffin Man” in Eddie Vedder’s singing style.
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