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Impressions

Celebrities Doing Ordinary Stuff

Celebrities Doing Ordinary Stuff

Actor and comedian Ross Marquand performed a number of his best celebrity impressions during an appearance on the Chicago tv program Windy City Live. But rather than have them act out what they’re best known for, he put them all in far more mundane situations.

The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas

Impressionist Jim Meskimen turns in a wonderful reading of Clement Clarke Moore’s Christmas classic in the voices of 27 different celebrities. The usuals, like Morgan Freeman and Ian McKellan are there, but it’s his Paul Giamatti that made us spit out our coffee.

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Africa: Cartoon Edition

Africa: Cartoon Edition

Brock “The Man of a Kajillion Voices” Baker uses just 29 of his available impressions to follow in the footsteps Toto, Weezer, and everyone else on the Internet with his cartoon character version of the 1982 hit track Africa. Mostly he just made us miss Zoidberg and Brak.

Marvel Impressions

Marvel Impressions

We’ve heard him perform as characters from Game of Thrones and Family Guy before, now sit back and enjoy comedian and impressionist Scheiffer Bates‘ spot on vocalizations of Thor, Professor X, Magneto, Rocket Raccoon, and more. His Tony Stark, on the other hand… nope.

Jay Pharoah’s Nano-Impressions

Jay Pharoah’s Nano-Impressions

(PG-13: Language) Actor and comedian Jay Pharoah turns in a hilarious series of super short celebrity impressions, from Kevin Hart to Barack Obama to Ice-T to Chris Rock, each thrown into some mundane situation. We can totally picture that Kanye scenario.

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

(PG-13: Language) Impressionist Scheiffer Bates reading of the classic poem A Visit from St. Nicholas, done in the style of everyone from Peter Griffin to Rick Grimes to Gilbert Gottfried. Most of the impressions are pretty solid, though his Obama sounded like Meatwad to us.

What Animoji Sound Like

What Animoji Sound Like

We fully anticipate that the iPhone X’s animoji will be overplayed any day now, but for the moment, we’re still enjoying their novelty. Beatboxer and impressionist RudiRok applies his vocal talents to imagine what each character might sound like.

Game of Thrones Impressions

Game of Thrones Impressions

(PG-13: Language, Spoilers) Voice actor Scheiffer Bates turns in a great series of impressions, based on some of the most iconic characters from Game of Thrones. You know it’s good when you can close your eyes and envision each of the characters speaking the lines.

Cartoon Alphabet Aerobics

Cartoon Alphabet Aerobics

Impressionist Mikey Bolts takes on the 1999 Blackalicious classic Alphabet Aerobics, matching each letter of the alphabet to a cartoon character, and raps each part in their voice. We swear, the more we look at Mikey, the more we think he’s actually Peter Brady.

Jay Pharoah: Rap Mimic Monster

Jay Pharoah: Rap Mimic Monster

(PG-13: Language) “I’m Draymond Green – anything I kick is nuts.” Natural born impressionist Jay Pharoah brought bars when he dropped by DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show. Comedy bars, that is. Watch him rap like Eminem, Jay-Z, The Weeknd and more.

Dana Carvey: John, Paul & Kanye

Dana Carvey: John, Paul & Kanye

On The Howard Stern Show, Dana Carvey did a bit from his new Netflix special, Straight White Male, 60, in which he envisions a conversation between Paul McCartney and John Lennon where Paul tries to explain Kanye West. His micro-impressions are amusing too.

Murphy Does Morgan

Murphy Does Morgan

“When I was young, they used to call me Fat Murphy.” While on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Eddie Murphy shared a brief story about his friend Tracy Morgan, while doing a perfect impression of his fellow comedian. We’re just so happy to have Eddie making us laugh again.

Pokémon Theme in 20 Styles

Pokémon Theme in 20 Styles

Ten Second Songs catches the Pokémon hypetrain by covering the cartoon version’s theme song in the style of 20 different artists, from Chumbawamba to Björk. The transitions between artists were too fast for us, but he did have to work with a short song.

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Musical Impressions: Céline Dion

Musical Impressions: Céline Dion

During her appearance on The Tonight Show, Céline Dion and Jimmy Fallon challenged each other to sing a variety of unexpected songs in the style of various musicians. Céline’s Cher impression was spot on, but her Sia at the end made us spit out our coffee.

Game of Thrones Impressions

Game of Thrones Impressions

(PG-13: Language) With the exception of his Christopher Walken as the High Sparrow, YouTuber Scheiffer Bates’ impressions of Game of Thrones characters are as impressive as Jon Snow’s plot armor. “He’s good. He’s very good.”

Ricky Gervais Does Impressions

Ricky Gervais Does Impressions

Actor Ricky Gervais thinks that the guys on YouTube who rattle off a bunch of impressions are just a bunch of showoffs, and he told Jimmy Fallon that he can do it better. Though Ricky has a much looser definition of what an impression is than real impressionists do.

Store Closing in Different Accents

Store Closing in Different Accents

Redditor SentioVenia’s son’s friend works at Target and sometimes staves off boredom by using different accents when it’s time to advise customers that the store is closing. Okay kid which one is the real you?!

Scooby Doo and Shaggy at Walmart

Scooby Doo and Shaggy at Walmart

YouTuber Jeff Twomby shows us a couple of Walmart employees who also happen to be great impressionists. One dude mimics the voices of Scooby Doo and Shaggy. Mark on the other hand does Man Who Could Not Care Less with absolute perfection.

Cartoon Impressions

Cartoon Impressions

Impressionist Brock Baker returns with another round of hilarious vocalizations, this time taking on a variety of classic cartoon characters from Mickey Mouse to Hank Hill. His Zoidberg is so spot on, he could have stood in for Billy West.

If Rappers Had Ordinary Jobs

If Rappers Had Ordinary Jobs

(PG-13: Language) YouTuber J.Cyrus mimics the flows of rappers Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Ludacris, Future and Young Thug while pretending to be a waiter, a principal and other everyday professions. Good kid, Second City.

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Celebrities Doing Voices

Celebrities Doing Voices

(PG-13: Language) The Graham Norton Show put together this compilation of celebrity guests who for one reason or another did impressions, accents, or other silly voices while on the show. Next time we’re in a McDonalds, we’re so ordering a Corta Panda.

SNL: Tidal

SNL: Tidal

Saturday Night Live rehashes its Pandora skit but with guest host Ariana Grande doing the impressions. Watch as she shows off her take on Shakira, Rihanna, Whitney Houston and more. Durr durr durr durr!

SNL: The Black Comedians’ Meeting

SNL: The Black Comedians’ Meeting

Saturday Night Live‘s Jay Pharoah says that Kat Williams and Kevin Hart ironed out their publicized feud in the annual black comedians’ meeting, which is held in the bowling alley in Eddie Murphy’s mansion. Mirror here.

Impromptu Acceptance Speeches

Impromptu Acceptance Speeches

The Walking Dead and The Impression Guys actor Ross Marquand showed off his specialty on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, impersonating different celebrities accepting an Oscar. It’s not as good as his prepared ones, but for an on the spot performance he did a great job.

Survivor 20 Ways

Survivor 20 Ways

Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs performs Survivor’s classic Eye of the Tiger in the styles of 20 Super Bowl halftime performers. And we are once again reminded that Prince should play the Super Bowl every year, and everyone else can go home.

Face Swap Impressions

Face Swap Impressions

(PG-13: Language) Impressionist Brock Baker used Face Swap Live to project the celebrities’ faces on his own while he’s impersonating them. The results are hilariously awful, but his voice is spot-on as usual. His take on Louis CK is uncanny.

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions 2

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions 2

Vanity Fair shares some of the impressions that didn’t make the cut in Ross Marquand’s nano-impressions video. They’re just as good as the ones in the final video, but they were excluded because they were too long.

Bob Dylan’s Hotline Bling

Bob Dylan’s Hotline Bling

Jimmy Fallon dusts off his uncanny Bob Dylan impression to cover Drake’s transcendent hip hop single Hotline Bling to the tune of Positively 4th Street. The flowered hat is a nice touch, even though it looks awful on Jimmy.

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions

Most recently, we’ve been watching Ross Marquand kill it as Aaron on The Walking Dead. But you might not realize that he’s also an impressionist. In this clip for Vanity Fair, Ross performs a variety of improvised impressions of celebs thrown into random situations.

1 Guy, 20 Singers

1 Guy, 20 Singers

Comedian and voiceover artist Daniel “Slash” Barker turns in an impressive series of musical impressions, ranging from David Bowie to Busta Rhymes and everyone in between. There are a couple of clunkers (Michael Stipe and Johnny Cash), but most of them are spot on.

Hello x Green Day

Hello x Green Day

Musician and vocal impressionist Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs fame turns in an unexpected cover version of Adele’s hit track Hello in the style of Green Day. At least it starts out as a Green Day track. By the end, it takes on a life of its own.

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