Christina Aguilera is every woman. It's all in her.
At least, that's what we believe after watching this clip from "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," in which DeGeneres challenges the 35-year-old singer and host of "The Voice" to a game of "Heads Up."
It goes down a bit like charades. DeGeneres holds up the name of a famous diva, and Aguilera is left to belt out a snippet of one of their greatest hits in order to clue the talk show host into their identity.
Aguilera sure doesn't go easy on herself. When DeGeneres holds up Whitney Houston, Christina skips straight to the late singer's most famous, belt-y, intense line from the legendary 1992 cover of "And I Will Always Love You."
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It's a pretty obvious clue, and DeGeneres guesses Houston's name almost immediately before going on to identifying Madonna, Beyoncé, Katy Perry and Rihanna, too.
But Lady Gaga gives Aguilera a run for her money.
And Streisand became more of a test of DeGeneres' telepathic powers. Either way, we're entertained — and seriously wishing the buzzer hadn't gone off right as Celine Dion's name appeared.