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From Ariana Grande to Adam Levine, some of the biggest names in music have stopped by The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to play a game of Wheel of Musical Impressions.
The results are always entertaining, as Fallon is somehow able to sound like just about anyone – and his famous guests never disappoint either.
But who has done the best on Wheel of Musical Impressions? Watch each video below and then vote in our poll.
The first to ever play Wheel of Impressions, Levine performed an on-point Frank Sinatra singing "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" as well as a hilarious rendition of Eddie Vedder.
Xtina put her impersonation skills to the test on The Tonight Show in February 2015, nailing both Cher and Britney Spears.
Jamie Foxx had Fallon's crowd cracking up with his impression of Mick Jagger singing "Hakuna Matata," taking it all the way by mimicking Jagger's signature stage presence.
Known for her insanely accurate impressions, Ari did not disappoint with a convincing Britney and fittingly dramatic version of Christina Aguilera singing "Wheels On The Bus."
Demi Lovato also tried her hand at a Cher impression, but truly shined when the wheel challenged her to Fetty Wap and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star."
Pop veteran Céline Dion showed off her shockingly accurate Rihanna rendition, finishing the segment off with her impression of Sia singing lullaby "Hush, Little Baby."
Alicia Keys crushed her turn at the wheel, doing Gwen Stefani, Adele and even taking on Janis Joplin.
Alessia Cara is the only star to have played the game twice, proving herself a champion in 2017 by mimicking Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj and appearing once again on Aug. 14. Her Billie Eilish and Amy Winehouse impressions rocked the house, and her rendition of Alanis Morissette's unique croon was scary good.
Vote below for who did the best on Jimmy Fallon's Wheel of Musical Impressions!
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