Ariana Grande has for the past few years proved her talent in the world of music and now she's put her skills to a different test whilst appearing on Fallon in the US.
Taking part in the show's game Wheel of Musical Impressions, the songstress kicked things off with a Britney Spears rendition of 'Mary Had a Little Lamb', before channeling Christina Aguilera for 'The Wheels on the Bus' and Celine Dion for a special take on 'Can't Feel My Face'.
Whilst on the show, Ariana promoted her debut women's fragrance Ari and announced that her new single 'Focus' from her forthcoming third studio album will be released on October 30.
Meanwhile, she also appeared on Good Morning America this week and spoke about the infamous doughnut controversy she was involved in earlier in the year, where a CCTV video emerged of her seemingly licking fresh doughnuts inside a shop in California.
In the clip, Ariana could be heard saying "I hate America", and after it went public Grande issued both a written apology and a homemade video to say sorry.
On GMA, Grande said of the situation: "First of all, my behaviour was very offensive and I apologised. There's no excuse, or there's nothing to justify it. But I think as human beings, we all say and do things that we don't mean at all sometimes.
"We have to learn from it. That's part of our process. We have to learn from our mistakes. That's how we grow."