Ever wonder what it would be like to hear an old-school musical legend, like Bob Dylan, take on a current song of the summer, like Magic's "Rude"? Well, as improbable as that musical match-up might seem, Jimmy Fallon made it happen Monday night.
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With guest Adam Levine by his side, "The Tonight Show" host introduced viewers to a new gag, Wheel of Musical Impressions, wherein — at the press of a button — each one of them took on a random singer/song pairing.
Fallon fans have long known that he's a master singer sound-alike, thanks to his many spot-on performances as Neil Young and his History of Rap installments with pal Justin Timberlake. But as it turns out, Maroon 5 frontman Levine is an impressive impressionist, too.
Levine proved that early on as he tackled kids' classic "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" in the style of Frank Sinatra before delivering his equally remarkable rendition of the "Sesame Street" theme in the style of Michael Jackson.
Be sure to check out the full clip to see how Fallon delivered as Dylan and to hear what song he performed as Iggy Azalea — and don't miss the one jam he shared with Levine.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35 on NBC.
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