The hidden talents of the stars.
It's always awesome to discover the untapped hidden talents of celebrities; talents not necessarily used to a great extent in their everyday work. Some stars - whether they're singers or actors - possess the extremely impressive knack of nailing impressions of their peers, even the ones you least expect.
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In no particular order, we've compiled a list of our favourite impressions from celebrities not necessarily famous for that talent, i.e. they're not comedians or anything, just professional pop and movie stars.
1. Chris Martin - Our most recent favourite, the Coldplay singer wowed 'The Late Late Show' host James Corden with his impersonations of Mick Jagger and Bruce Springsteen during their Carpool Karaoke segment. He explained that the only secret to Jagger is to start off high-pitched and end the sentence on a low note. It's literally unmissable; the impressions are from 4:22 to 4:55.
2. Tom Hiddleston - This guy has done everyone including Chris Evans, Christopher Walken, Chris Hemsworth, Owen Wilson and Robert De Niro. It has to be said that he really did nail De Niro and Al Pacino when he unveiled his gift on 'The Graham Norton Show', but our favourite has got to be his interpretation of Graham Norton himself.
3. Benedict Cumberbatch - By far the 'Sherlock''s star's best impression is of the late Alan Rickman. He faced serious competition when Jimmy Fallon challenged him to a Rickman-off, but we'd say he won that fair and square with that sonorous drone of an accent. Plus, we also love his Chewbacca impression, that was so good when he did it on Graham Norton that it even shocked the unflappable Harrison Ford.
4. Bradley Cooper - This isn't a talent reserved only for the Brits either. Bradley Cooper isn't an A-list superstar in both movie and theatre for no good reason; his impressions of other actors are on point. He does Owen Wilson flawlessly, but there is literally no beating his Christopher Walken. And, for the record, he sounded exactly like John Hurt when he did 'The Elephant Man', even without a restrictive prosthesis.
5. Kevin Spacey - Okay, we lied. Spacey probably beats Cooper, though he does have a lot more experience. He's actually pretty famous for his ability to impersonate almost anybody, and it's surprising that he's never made a career out of that alone. Christopher Walken, Bill Clinton and Johnny Carson are just a few of his most perfect impressions.
6. Matt Damon - Because of his ridiculously accurate Matthew McConaughey voice, he's been asked to impersonate the 'Dallas Buyers Club' star at least four times on 'The Late Show with David Letterman'. And it just gets better everytime. Even McConaughey thinks it's hilarious.
7. Anne Hathaway - It's not just the men of Hollywood that have this ability either. Anne Hathaway revealed that she was also blessed with a remarkable skill for impressions when she did Katie Holmes' side-mouth and high pitched voice on 'Saturday Night Live'. Watch the impression from 1:42.
8. Ariana Grande - She might've been super nervous for her first TV chat show interview on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', but that didn't stop Grande from absolutely slaying her impression of Celine Dion with 'Beauty And The Beast', complete with nonsense warbling.
9. Jamie Foxx - Foxx certainly proved his talent on 'Jimmy Fallon, and while his Mick Jagger left much to be desired, his impersonation of John Legend is literally incredible. It takes place from 2:44.
10. Christina Aguilera - And finally, Ariana Grande might have Celine Dion, but Aguilera gets Shakira, Cher and Britney Spears. It's practically magical. We'd be surprised if anyone could top these!