You know how you listen to your favourite artists and just think “I wish I could sing like that?” YouTuber nigahiga answers your prayers and gives you a special lesson in vocal impersonations. If you ever wanted to learn how to sing like Justin Timberlake, T-Pain, or Beyonce, take a few minutes to watch this tutorial and you will be belting out their tunes in no time.
A lesson has never been so useful. Much more useful than, say, my “Basic Journalism Math” lecture. Fingers crossed there is a sequel video that can teach me how to sing like Lea Michele.
Jason Sudeikis impersonated a slew of celebrities on Ellen today, including Simon Cowell, Ricky Gervais and Cher. It was all for one of Ellen’s favourite celebrity guessing games, and she got most of them right. The only person missing was his girlfriend Olivia Wilde!
Ellen also gifted Jason with bikini-clad self portrait of herself lounging on the beach, which probably meant a lot to him because he admitted to having a big old crush on her. No seriously, he like, collected photos of her for a newsletter and stuff.
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Ladies and gentlemen, this is what I call talent. What you’re listening to may sound like a conversation between Denzel Washington and Will Smith. But lo and behold! It’s actually by the same person…comedian Jay Pharoah!
By channeling Smith’s rambunctious personality and Washington’s tough demeanor, it’s really not surprising that he is a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Those impressions are impeccable!
Elisha Cuthbert was a guest on Conan last night and showed off her wacky side. While promoting her show Happy Endings, Elisha did a very convincing Renee Zellweger that consisted of extreme pouting completely void of expression.
She continued to explain she also enjoys imitating Ellen DeGeneres. Unfortunately, there was no dialogue with any of her impressions and she explained she only does “dancing Ellen”. All in all, it was a solid effort that had Conan and his audience thoroughly entertained.
Thanks to TeamCoco for posting the video.