Demi Lovato stunned the audience at The Tonight Show when she completely nailed an impression of Fetty Wap during the Wheel of Impressions game on Friday. Lovato also revealed that she has a couple of other celebrity impressions under her belt too like Cher and Christina Aguilera, Us Weekly reports.
Lovato went back and forth doing impressions with Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show host. Her first pick was Cher and she had to sing “Bingo was his name-O”
After mustering her deepest vocal, Demi kills it and tops it off with some signature Cher growls.
Then came the impression that no one was expecting. Demi Lovato had to do Fetty Wap singing “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” But Lovato wasn’t fazed by it at all and delivered the nursery rhyme to the tune of Fetty Wap’s “Baby Won’t You Come My Way.”
It looks like even Demi was surprised by how good her impression was.
“Fetty Wap! That’s a great one! Who does a Fetty Wap?” Jimmy Fallon asked as he tried to control his laughter.
“I didn’t know I could until now,” Lovato replied with a cheeky grin on her face.
She later launched into an impressive Christina Aguilera impression and sang the theme song from Spongbob Squarepants.
Fallon sang as Louis Armstrong and Dave Matthews, but Lovato was the real highlight of the segment.
The “Confident” singer is on a roll with her television appearances lately. She recently sang at the 2016 Grammy Awards in tribute to Lionel Richie. Demi received huge cheers from the audience and from Lionel in particular as she showed off her astounding vocal range.
Demi Lovato fans weren’t so happy though. They loved the performance but hated that she was given so little time to sing, the Mirror reports.
“#DemiLovato should of performed so much longer she was phenom #GRAMMYs,” one Lovato fan tweeted.
— lexi (@werkvato) February 16, 2016
“Demi Lovato really came through tho she should’ve sang the whole song and told the rest of them to have a seat,” another fan tweeted.
“Would have preferred to just watch #DemiLovato do that whole song…HELLO! #GRAMMYs.”
— Demetria Charts (@demetriacharts) February 16, 2016
Even fellow artists had nothing but good things about Demi Lovato’s part in the Lionel Richie tribute. E! Online reports that Katy Perry took to Twitter to tweet her congrats to her fellow pop star.
@ddlovato YAS YAS YAS SHOW THEM
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) February 16, 2016
Demi Lovato saw the praise and tweeted back her appreciation.
Thank you mama!!???????????????? @katyperry
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 16, 2016
So, even though it was her first time at the Grammys, Demi killed it.
As Fuse reports, Demi Lovato announced that she will be releasing a video for her ballad “Stone Cold.” Lovato even dropped a teaser for it on Twitter.
Based on the teaser, the video looks a lot like Adele’s video for “Hello.” She’s in a huge fur coat singing about love. The full video of it will be dropped on February 23.
— Hollywood Records (@HollywoodRecs) February 19, 2016
Demi Lovato will be showing off her vocal chops at the White House during their salute to Ray Charles. The White House will host a celebration of Ray Charles’ music and Demi will be performing alongside Usher, Leon Bridges, Andra Day, Anthony Hamilton, Brittany Howard, Sam Moore, and Jussie Smollett, Access Hollywood reports.
The performance has already been taped and will air on Friday on PBS. It will be the 16th such progam hosted by the Obama White House. Ray Charles, the renowned singer of “Georgia on My Mind” and “Hit The Road Jack,” died in June 2004.
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