Jul 23, 2016 08:40 AM EDT
Celine Dion On 'Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon': 'All By Myself' Hitmaker Spoofs Rihanna, Sia, and Cher On 'Musical Impressions' [VIDEO]
Previously, Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera, and Adam Levine took the challenge of "Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon's" segment "Wheel Of Musical Impression." In this segment, the guests will imitate random artists singing some random songs. This week, it was Celine Dion's turn to take the challenge of the "Wheel Of Music Impression."
On Thursday, July 21, "My Heart Will Go On" hitmaker, Dion, appeared on "Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon," according to Variety. It is no surprise that the show challenged the music diva to take on its segment, "Wheels Of Musical Impressions."
Dion started with the impression of Cher singing "Frère Jacques." She dropped some ad libs, while the host Jimmy Fallon made his rendition of Michael Jackson singing Drake's "One Dance."
On the next round, she made an impression of Rihanna singing the "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," in a tune of "Work." On her final challenge, she mimicked Sia's voice in singing "Hush, Little Baby."
Last week, "Gossip Girl" star, Blake Lively, guested on the show. In her appearance on the show, she shared a home video of their cute baby daughter, James, her daughter to "Deadpool" star Ryan Reynolds. In the video she shared, she pointed out to her daughter that the fiber glass cut-out of Jimmy Fallon was his dad.
Before Lively introduced her video, she warned audience and Fallon that this video may cause "breaking news." In the video, it shows the cut-out of Fallon, then Baby James kisses a fiber glass cut-out of the host. When Lively asks James "where's your dada?," the curly-haired baby points Jimmy's cut-out, and said "Jimmy."
It seems that pregnancy does not affect Lively's fashion sense. During her appearance on the show, Lively wore a black and white cut-out dress from Emmanuel Ungaro spring 2016 collection, according to E News. It features flowers and buckled straps.
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