Halle Bailey can do all of it: act, sing, dance, and execute flawless celeb impressions. On Could 25, Bailey revealed her hidden expertise for impersonating celebrities throughout a LADbible interview along with her “Little Mermaid” costar Jonah Hauer-King. To kick off the sport, Bailey used firsthand information of time spent with her mentor, Beyoncé, to ship an uncanny impression of the Grammy-winning celebrity.
“‘It’s so good to fulfill you. I hope you want all my songs.'”
“If she had been to fulfill you, she’d be like, ‘Hi there, Jonah. It is so good to fulfill you. It’s so good to fulfill you. I hope you want all my songs,'” Bailey stated in Beyoncé’s voice, leaving Hauer-King together with his mouth agape. Within the feedback part, followers had been equally shocked. “Halle’s Beyonce impression is horrifying good she hit her voice depth and tone on the nail, I needed to rewind a number of instances!” one YouTube commenter stated. One other commenter wrote, “Nah that is FRIGHTENING. That Bey impression is spot tf on.”
After spending a lot time with Beyoncé over time, it is no coincidence that Bailey’s impression is so correct, however her appearing abilities did not finish there. Bailey adopted with playful imitations of Ariana Grande, Margot Robbie, and Jennifer Coolidge. Up to now, Coolidge has been recognized to respond to celebrity impressions of herself, so we would not be shocked if she slipped into Bailey’s DMs to congratulate her on a job properly performed. Bailey ended the video with an impression of her sister, Chlöe Bailey, and an imitation of herself ordering hash browns, certainly one of her favourite breakfast meals.
Hauer-King confirmed off his vocal abilities with a spot-on impersonation of Sir David Attenborough narrating a Planet Earth documentary and a barely extra questionable impression of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Watch the complete video above to see Bailey’s extraordinary Beyoncé impression for your self, and hearken to Bailey’s spectacular vocal expertise throughout her first live performance of “Part of Your World” here.