Demi Lovato Nails Christina Aguilera Impress On 'Tonight Show:' What Surprising Song Did She Sing?

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Demi Lovato continues to shock fans with her dead-on impression of Christina Aguilera during a recent appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Kimmel.”

The singer and sometime actress was playing a fun round of Fallon’s original game, “Wheel of Musical Impressions,” in which each competitor has to perform a song in the style of a randomly-selected popular singer.

The tunes were random children’s songs, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Lovato first tuned up her pipes singing “Bingo Was His Name-O” as Cher.

After Fallon had a turn, Lovato then spun the wheel again and performed a memorable rendition of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” as singer/rapper Fetty Wap.

But after a moment, even Fallon was in the shock of his life when Lovato went no-holds-barred with an impersonation of Christina Aguilera doing the “SpongeBob SquarePants” theme song.

“Oh my goodness! That is unbelievable! Game over! I can’t top that,” said the shocked talk show host, who does a pretty mean impression himself.

Lovato recently appeared at the Grammy Awards and performed a rendition of “Hello,” the Lionel Richie ballad, to a shocked house.

The singer left Richie speechless and then shouting “yes” as she nailed a unique interpretation of his signature song.

While John Legend, Meghan Trainor, Tyrese and Luke Bryan sang some of Richie’s classics such as “Easy” and “Brick House,” it was Lovato who stole the show with an amazing rendition of the cheesy 1980s tune.

“I’m just excited to be here,” the former Disney starlet told Entertainment Tonight.

“I’ve always wanted to make it here and I always wanted to wait [for] my first time until I was either performing or presenting. I’m here and I’m excited!” she exclaimed on the red carpet.

Lovato recently teamed up with rockers Fall Out Boy for a spoof of the classic ‘N Sync video “Bye, Bye, Bye” in their rune “Irresistible.”

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