During his visit to The Tonight Show Jamie Foxx gave a hilarious impersonation of John Legend while playing the game “Wheel of Impressions” with Jimmy Fallon. After that John Legend decided to do his own version of the Toys-R-Us jingle. In the end, Legend throws a little “Hallelujah” in there to get back at Jamie.
Jamie Foxx tweeted:
— Jamie Foxx (@iamjamiefoxx) maj 23, 2015
During Jamie’s recent visit on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, the multi-talented star hit the stage to perform his upbeat single “Baby’s in Love” with special guest Kid Ink.
Jamie Foxx sat down with Steve Harvey on his daytime talk show. As he promoted his newly released album, Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses, Jamie took it back to his comedy roots with a couple impersonations. He also joined Steve for a “Love Him or Leave Him” segment, to provide advice to two women with relationship dilemmas.
Jamie stopped by the Today show on Wednesday to talk about his album and new music. He also performed his ballad ”In Love By Now” with Tank.
Jamie visited host Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday’s Tonight Show and the two played a hilarious game of “Wheel of Musical Impressions,” in which an impression and song are chosen at random for the player to perform.
Here are Jamie’s upcoming TV appearances in promotion of his new album Hollywood (A Story of a Dozen Roses):
May 19 | The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
May 20 | Today Show
May 20 | Steve Harvey Show
Jamie Foxx releases his new album Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses on May 18, but the 47-year-old actor and singer admits he’s still a kid at heart when it comes to his 6-year-old daughter Anelise. He reveals which Hollywood talk show host got him dancing and the last meal he attempted to prepare, when he chatted with PEOPLE this week about “one last thing” …
Last time I sang in the shower
Every day. Sometimes I’ll sing country music – I know it sounds weird. I love to sing that Miranda Lambert song ["The House That Built Me"], and the way it echoes is really dope.
Last meal I prepared
I tried very badly to make shrimp tempura. It looked like a pancake that was made with salmon. I’m no chef; I cook breakfast.
I’ve added pictures of Jamie attending An Evening Of SeriousFun Celebrating The Legacy Of Paul Newman in Los Angeles. The gala celebrated the legacy of SeriousFun founder Paul Newman and benefited SeriousFun Children’s Network, which is a “growing global community of 30 camps and programs serving children living with serious illnesses and their families.”
I’ve also added photos from the American Idol performance.