And the actor showed off his singing chops – and his ability to impersonate other stars with killer comedic timing – on Tuesday’s Tonight Show when Jimmy Fallon challenged him to a game of musical impressions.
But he didn’t just nail the Oscar winner’s vocal stylings, he also noted the singer’s laid-back delivery. “He don’t ever get excited,” Foxx said.
After Fallon almost busted a vocal cord doing Bruce Springsteen, Foxx then did an impression of Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers’ raspy voice.
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And finally he tackled his Dreamgirls costar Jennifer Hudson singing “On Top of Spaghetti.”
He nailed it.