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Look out Jimmy Fallon! Adam Levine can also do impressions.
The late-night host had "The Voice" mentor play "Wheel of Musical Impressions" on Tuesday's "Tonight Show," which had the guys singing random songs while doing impressions of iconic musicians.
Levine first sang "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" as Frank Sinatra but it was his impression of Michael Jackson singing the "Sesame Street" theme song that had the audience cheering. The Maroon 5 frontman also performed "The Muffin Man" as Eddie Vedder.
Of course Fallon, the king of impressions, sang his songs flawlessly. He performed "Rude" as Bob Dylan and "Old McDonald Had a Farm" as Iggy Azalea.
Prior to his "Tonight Show" appearance, Levine was making headlines for his bloody Instagram photo with his new wife Behati Prinsloo, presumably a scene from his band's new music video for "Animals" as People's Sexiest Man Alive captioned the pic: "#ANIMALS."
Levine, 35, and Prinsloo, 25, married this past July.