Adam Levine’s Tonight Show Musical Impressions (Plus New Gwen Stefani Duet!)

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Jimmy Fallon challenged Adam Levine to a friendly game of random musical impressions on last night’s Tonight Show.

Who knew The Voice coach and Maroon 5 frontman could imitate other singers? Apparently he can! Well sort of.

The game consisted of Jimmy operating a “musical impressions generator” that paired up random singers and songs. Some of the results are pretty amusing. Check out the bit below:

During their chat, Adam revealed that NBC tapped him as The Voice coach after watching him on Jimmy’s Late Night!

On Gwen Stefani’s Emmys gaffe, where she mispronounced Steven Colbert’s name during a presentation, Adam (who presented with her) insisted it wasn’t her fault. Beforehand, Gwen confessed that she couldn’t pronounce the name, but unfortunately, Adam’s attempt to help her totally backfired. Jimmy, who immediately turned the gaffe into one of the night’s most hilarious impromptu bits, thanked Adam and Gwen for the inspiration.

Adam is out promoting The Voice, which will premiere on NBC on September 22, but he is also pimping the latest Maroon 5 album, V, out this week!

Listen to one of the tracks,  the beautiful “My Heart is Open,” featuring Gwen Stefani!

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3 Comments

  1. Adam’s Frank Sinatra and Eddie Vedder impressions were spot on. I’m kind of surprised that he managed to get his voice that low, LOL. Jimmy Fallon must be a huge Iggy Azalea fan, because she’s always included in these games, LOL. Gwen flubbing Colbert’s name, and Jimmy Fallon interrupting Colbert’s award speech was hilarious.

  2. LOL. So fake (those combos were picked in advance), but they still did a very impressive job. Who knew Adam had that hidden talent?

    Fallon really knows how to make his show fun. He’s like a puppy. I bet the guests have a blast. Great to get the behind the scene story on that Emmy speech.

    Sorry, Gwen, the time to find out how to pronounce names is before you are walking on the stage. Show some respect and do a few minutes of studying in advance so that you can pronounce people’s names correctly. Honestly, that’s not some rare, tongue twister of a name.

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