Wheel of Musical Impressions with Adam Levine

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Jimmy challenges Adam to a friendly game of random musical impressions, like Michael Jackson singing the Sesame Street theme song.

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Wheel of Musical Impressions with Adam Levine
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Comments

张涛 says:

我骚当从不翻车,绝对实力

Azna Gaming Studios says:

the head shoulders knees and toes would have been perfect for babies…they would have known how to talk so much more smoothly

E03levin says:

OMG they should have done Sesame Street like that.

DylanStuart Gray says:

Jimmy falcon sounded like stewie from family guy in his first impression

Lone Knight says:

nobody can top Jamie Fox…

Andrei Dizon says:

He sounds like seth rollons

NAZMUS Shadab says:

ilove muffin man!

DatNiqaPablo _ItsLit says:

best one ever

Princess Miraculous says:

Adam….Michelle Jackson….what?!?!

L Sutton says:

now do Adam Lambert

Samuel Robertson says:

Rotflmao!

Michael Land says:

He made bob Dillion sound like Stevie griffin

Unknown person says:

I don't know how many times I played Eddie Vedder one's over and over again. Can anyone tell me that song?

Frankie Oquist says:

They could of just showed them the artists and songs and then asked them if they new it

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