AceShowbiz - %cAdam Levine% showed off impersonation skills during his recent appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". Stopping by the late night talk show on Tuesday, September 2, the %cMaroon 5% frontman engaged in a battle of impression with %cJimmy Fallon% in a game called "Wheel of Impression".
In the segment, a name of a singer and song title will be randomly displayed on the screen and the two have to sing the track using the singer's style. In the 5-minute clip, Levine performed %cFrank Sinatra%-styled "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" and "Theme from Sesame Street" in %cMichael Jackson%'s voice.
The show's host, meanwhile, did an impression of %cBob Dylan% singing "Rude" by %cMagic!% and %cIggy Azalea% performing "Old MacDonald Had a Farm". He also joined Levine while the Maroon 5's vocalist tackled "The Muffin Man" in %cEddie Vedder%'s singing voice.
Maroon 5 released their fifth album titled "V" on Tuesday, September 2. Shortly after the release, the band announced a world tour which would kick off on February 16, 2015 in Dallas. They will also perform in the U.K., Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Spain from May 26 until June 17.