AGT Contestant SHOCKS Judges With Ariana Grande, Stevie Nicks Impressions

Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “AGT Contestant SHOCKS Judges With Ariana Grande, Stevie Nicks Impressions” – below is their description.

Opera singer Merissa Beddows delivers spot-on impressions of celebrities like Ariana Grande, Stevie Nicks and Celine Dion during her ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 17 audition. Merissa gives judge Heidi Klum the task of picking which impression she will switch into while singing Judy Garland’s hit song ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow.’

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Céline Marie Claudette Dion CC OQ is a Canadian singer. She is noted for her powerful and technically skilled vocals. Dion is the best-selling Canadian recording artist, and the best-selling French language artist of all time. Her music has incorporated genres such as pop, rock, R&B, gospel, and classical music.

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