If you were looking for more proof that Christina Aguilera is a vocal chameleon, you've come to the right place.
Ellen DeGeneres challenged "The Voice" coach to a game of "Heads Up" using DeGeneres' popular app, Monday.
Aguilera had to get DeGeneres to guess a series of musical divas, but instead of just listing off qualities, like the usual rules go, DeGeneres had her guest mimic each songstress and belt out the clues.
The veteran impressionist has already won a similar musical game against Jimmy Fallon, but this challenge solidified her title.
The aim of the game is speed and with only 60 seconds, the 35-year-old singer gave quick, but booming impressions of everyone from Madonna to Rihanna.
Aguilera gave an uncanny rendition of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" using just four words of the chorus. For Adele, all she needed was a throaty, "Hello?" By the time Lady Gaga came up, she gave her vocals a rest and just said, "Born this way. Eggs," but we got the point.
She nearly nailed it, except Aguilera tripped up on Barbra Streisand and couldn't come up with a single hit. DeGeneres gave her the win regardless.