Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys

*Alicia Keys found herself imitating Adele and Gwen Stefani during a visit to “The Tonight Show” on Wednesday to plug the network’s 12th season of “The Voice.”

But before she and host Jimmy Fallon got into mimicking famous singers, Keys discussed covering Prince’s 1982 ballad “How Come U Don’t Call Anymore” for her debut album, “Songs in A Minor.” She recalled the nerve-racking phone call where she had to ask for the late legend’s approval.

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During their game of “Wheel of Musical Impressions,” Keys first tried her hand at imitating her co-judge on “The Voice,” Gwen Stefani, singing the nursery rhyme “Miss Mary Mack.” Incorporating a few of Stefani’s signature vocal rifts, she broke out into the tune of her peer’s biggest number one hit, “Hollaback Girl.”

Later, Keys had to imitate Adele singing “The Alphabet Song” and Janis Joplin’s take on “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.”

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