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Jimmy Challenges Adam To Sing Off And Completely Underestimates Him With Sinatra Classic

One would think that there was some kind of stopping point when it comes to talent. Yeah sure, you’re really good at singing those high notes, but can you go real deep like Barry White? Well, as it turns out, no! There is absolutely no limit when it comes to talent, especially when concerned with the super popular singer, Adam Levine.

Now, Adam has more than proved to us all that he’s immensely talented when it comes to singing a high note, but in this video of him on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, he made it very clear that he’s super skilled in hitting all sorts of notes…and doing seriously good musical impressions. Good looking and a jack of all trades? That’s a win-win!

You’ll see the pair enjoying a game called Wheel of Musical Impressions, whereby one of the guys presses a button and is given an artist and a song title. Then, they should sing the song using the voice of the allocated singer. As always, Jimmy blows us away with his humour but Adam’s skills? Wow, just wow! Not only is he seriously good at the impressions but he’s also a real laugh and a half.

In the video, you’ll see him singing legendary songs such as ‘Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’, and ‘Sesame Street’, whilst using the voices of Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, and more! Needless to say, the clip is just about all the hilariousness you need to perk up your day.

I think it’s safe to say that Adam has again proved that he has a massive ability to impress! He has fans around the world, people varying in all ages. Remember the little girl who found out that he was married and instantly had a breakdown? Yup, that’s quite the heart-breaking news if you ask me, so I can’t blame the kid! She was even featured on Ellen!

Now, coming back to Adam and Jimmy, give their video a watch below and let us know your thoughts in the comments. If you’ve found it too funny for words, be sure to share it with your family and friends!

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