- Late Night Antics September 3
Adam Levine doesn't do a great Sinatra, but he was really impressive as Michael Jackson singing the Sesame Street theme on Tuesday night's Tonight Show. Levine and host Jimmy Fallon played a game called "Wheel of Musical Impressions," where a "musical impressions generator" picks a famous singer and well-known song. Musical impersonations are a Fallon specialty, but Levine acquitted himself admirably, and while his Jackson was solid, his last impression is probably his best.
Some of Fallon's celebrity games are kind of goofy. This one deserves its own show. --Peter Weber
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