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By Ree Hines

You might know Emma Stone best for her film talents and "Saturday Night Live" alum Maya Rudolph for her big and small-screen comedy skills, but that's not all they can do.

On the season finale of "Maya & Marty," the friends made beautiful music together.

In a performance worthy of "Pitch Perfect" — in fact more than a little like Anna Kendrick's "Cups" — Stone and Rudolph sang an a cappella cover of Robyn's electropop hit "Call Your Girlfriend" and used empty butter tubs to keep the beat.

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The stars harmonized, synchronized and amazed with their butter-tub talents — and it's all especially impressive given that Stone said they were trying it together "for the first time."

MAYA & MARTY -- Episode 106 -- Pictured: (l-r) Emma Stone, Maya Rudolph during the "Call Your Girlfriend" song on July 12, 2016 -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC)Virginia Sherwood / NBC

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As for Rudolph, she said she's been working on her part of the act for years, ever since she first saw a video of Swedish act Erato perform it — with the very same "instruments."

All of that practice clearly paid off!

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