Adam Levine is one talented fellow. The singer, 35, stopped by The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Sept. 2, and proved that his musical talents extend far past the reaches of his signature Maroon 5 style.
"Everyone knows you're a great singer, but a lot of people don't know that you're also a very good impressionist," Jimmy Fallon said to Levine on Tonight. "A gifted impressionist."
Levine hedged the host's words, adding, "I'm not Jimmy Fallon-style, but I can do some things."
The comparison prompted a showdown in a new game called Wheel of Musical Impressions. Fallon, 39, pressed a button to land on a musical artist and a song from a list of choices, to offer a prompt for a musical impression.
Levine was first directed to sing "Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes" in the style of Frank Sinatra, putting a jazzy spin on the childhood song with some help from The Roots.
Other impressions from The Voice judge and Fallon included Magic's "Rude" in the style of Bob Dylan, and the Sesame Street theme song as Michael Jackson.
Watch the hilarious video above!