Watch Ariana Grande Serve The Best Impressions Of Britney, Whitney And Cher

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  • Ariana Grande
    Ariana Grande
    American singer
  • Jimmy Fallon
    Jimmy Fallon
    American comedian
  • Kelly Clarkson
    Kelly Clarkson
    American singer
Photo credit: YouTube
Photo credit: YouTube

As far as pop star impersonations go, Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson have set the bar high, if their latest performances are anything to go by.

The pop stars, who are judges on the next season of The Voice, recently took part in a singing battle for Jimmy Fallon's new game show, That's My Jam.

A fan shared a teaser of the clip on YouTube (which you can watch here) ahead of the show's official air date on Monday, November 29.

At the start of the game Grande is heard saying ‘I’m done for’, before kicking things off with a performance of 'Oops!... I Did It Again' from Britney Spears 2000 album of the same name.

The masterful impressions continued by way of Kelly Clarkson’s rendition of 'Any Man of Mine' by Canadian country singer Shania Twain.

Photo credit: Youtube
Photo credit: Youtube

Grande followed her performance up with the hit 'Believe' from Oscar-winning actor and singer Cher, in true Cher-like form.

Other striking performances included Grande's take on Whitney Houston’s 1985 track 'How Will I Know', which won a VMA under the ‘Best Female Video’ category a year after its release, and a take on Celine Dion’s power ballad 'It’s All Coming Back To Me Now'.

It’s safe to say Grande did Dion’s song justice.

Of course, we'd expect nothing less from the 28-year-old 'thank u, next' singer who, after enjoying early success in Nickelodeon show Victorious, rose to fame with her first 2013 album Yours Truly, which debuted at number one in the Billboard albums charts.

This week the singer, who recently married luxury home realtor Dalton Gomez at her Montecito home, found out that she is a nominee for a number of awards at the upcoming 2022 Grammys (which airs on January 31, 2022), including one for ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’.

As well as boasting an impressive singing career, Grande is also making waves as an actor as she stars in the upcoming musical Wicked as the socialite and good witch Glinda.

Photo credit: Youtube
Photo credit: Youtube

Ariana Grande has quite the reputation for her epic impersonations of celebrities.

Back in 2015, she blew us away with an unbelievably on-point rendition of 'The Wheels On The Bus' by Christina Aguilera on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, prompting Fallon to stand up and applaud her.

Fallon said: ‘We should stop the show there. I don’t know now we can continue. That is unbelievable. Wow, I want that recording.'

DUring the same episode, Grande channelled Spears when performing the singer’s version of 'Mary Had A Little Lamb'.

And let’s not forget the songstress' acting talents too.

In 2018, she impersonated actress Jennifer Lawrence during a Celebrity Family Feud sketch show on Saturday Night Live.

‘I’m just like a snack-a-holic. I mean, I love Pringles. If no-one’s looking, I’ll eat, like, a whole can. Like, every day is my cheat day, you know what I mean?’ she said hilariously while emulating the Hunger Games star.

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