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To do just one spot-on impression can be difficult, but try doing 29 while singing an original song.
Rob Cantor is an aspiring musician who showcased his talents in a video he posted to YouTube Tuesday. While singing his song "Perfect," he seamlessly switches from Ray Romano to Adam Sandler, Gwen Stefani to Patrick Warburton, and Shakira to Britney Spears. Accompanied by pianist Andrew Horowitz, Cantor keeps his impressions up all the way to the end of the three-and-a-half minute video, which has more than two million views.
"I'm absolutely floored by the response to my new video," Cantor told Today.com in an email. "Never in my wildest dreams did I predict it would spread like this." Listen to Cantor — and Frank Sinatra, and Kermit the Frog, and Christina Aguilera — in the video below. --Catherine Garcia
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