(NSFW: Language)Brock Baker apes Lauren O’Brien’s viral impression video. He got a lot of them right, though we wish he kept the customary Schwarzenegger bit shorter. Also was that Jack Black or Marshall Eriksen?
Lauren O’Brien makes the most out of being stuck in traffic by impersonating celebrities. She nails Angelina Jolie’s look without any makeup or costume, mimics Taylor Swift without singing and mocks Kristen Stewart without talking.
U2 canceled its The Tonight Show appearance because of Bono’s injury. Jimmy Fallon and The Roots turned lemons into lemonade. Plus, by covering Desire, they probably spared the audience from hearing U2’s newer stuff.
While Johnny Depp is now that dude who plays weird characters, Matthew McConaughey is that dude who makes normal characters weird, as lampooned by Saturday Night Live and host Woody Harrelson. Unofficial mirror here.
The always charming Benedict Cumberbatch is put on the spot to do 11 celebrity impressions in under a minute during an MTV interview for his new film The Imitation Game – which has absolutely nothing to do with making silly voices.
For a TV talent competition, Marcelo Carvalho precisely replicated the sound effects from a round of Street Fighter II. We can’t believe he didn’t win. How come we don’t get this sort of thing on America’s Got Talent?
(NSFW: Language) A while back, impressionist Brock Baker did a series of voices from The Simpsons. While most of them were spot on, a few weren’t perfect. Here, Brock responds to some viewer comments – in more Simpsons’ voices.
If you think Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn suck at comedy, be grateful they haven’t crossed over to horror movies. Movieclips’ Dan Perrault imagines what the duo would be like if they starred in scary flicks.
Anthony Vincent went all out for the Halloween episode of Ten Second Songs, dressing up as zombie Michael Jackson and singing the King of Pop’s Thriller in a variety of voices, from Oingo Boingo to Scary Spice.
SNL’s Nasim Pedrad shows off an unaired clip of a sketch in which she brilliantly channels fellow comedian Aziz Ansari. All we can say is that we think she nailed it. Skip to 1:20 if you can’t stand to hear another word about the Kardashians.
Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs covers one of Linkin Park’s first hits by imitating 20 different artists, including Boyz II Men and Eminem. His Backstreet Boys impression made it sound like it was the boy band’s original song.
With the passing of Robin Williams, people have been asking comedian and impressionist Jim Meskimen if he’ll still mimic the voice of the“formidable clown.” Jim expressed his answer through poetry, and read it in Robin’s voice.
What starts out as a bunch of drunk blokes singing in a London bathroom quickly turns awesome when Oli Goss busts out his best impression of reggae-pop singer Shaggy and his distinctive frog-in-the-throat vocals. Boombastic!
Ryan Clark made his friend Matt Bittner Internet famous when he shared this video of Matt doing an impression of a woman. Matt’s not as good at it as these twodudes, but he’ll still surprise and confuse you. Of course, he could be faking.
It turns out that musician Rob Cantor lied, and enlisted the help of 11 different impressionists for his “29 Voices: 1 Song” clip, and just lip-synched his way through it. Proof positive you should never believe anything on the Internet.
Jimmy Fallon covers Iggy Azalea’s Fancy using his Neil Young impression. Sadly, unlike his previouscovers, he couldn’t squeeze any soul out of the manufactured verses, not even with the help of Crosby, Stills & Nash.
(NSFW) Comedian Melissa Villasenor mimics female stars, from Wanda Sykes to Christina Aguilera. She doesn’t get all the voices right, but she makes up for it with her facial expressions. Her Natalie Portman is hilariously accurate.
(NSFW: Language) If we could have any voice for our nav system, we’d choose Morgan Freeman. In this amusing clip from Josh Robert Thompson, he envisions a GPS that not only sounds awesome, it provides sage advice. More here.
Voice master Brock Baker does numerous impressive impressions of The Muppets as they sing the classic The Rainbow Connection. Though we still think nobody can do them quite like Jim Henson and Frank Oz could.
Comedian Piotr Michael impersonates a variety of actors to deliver an important message to Academy Awards nominees, thus embodying the very point of his reminder: be prepared, be entertaining, or get off the stage.
Richard Sherman’s infamous NFC rant was intense, but the world’s reaction to it was way overblown. ESPN pokes fun at the media circus with the help of comedian Frank Caliendo and his hilarious impressions.
As a thank you to Facebook followers who helped him win a contest, Kier Moffat did his best to replicate the behaviors of 52 different animals – both real and imaginary – using everyday household objects and a complete lack of shame.