I’ve had tears rolling down my face for the past five minutes, just from laughing my ass off watching this.
We all know Jamie Foxx as one of the most talented dudes in the entertainment business. A well-known comedian, singer, actor, business man, the man is a jack of all trades.
He’s also a world class impersonator.
He’s done Barack Obama, Steven A Smith, Robert Downey Jr., Quincey Jones, Dave Chappelle, Mike Tyson, Al Pacino, and more:
However, little did I know that he might be the frontrunner for the best Donald Trump impersonator I’ve ever seen in my life.
We’ve all seen our fair share of Trump impersonations, because let’s be honest, he’s a pretty damn quotable guy.
Except, I’d bet my money that there isn’t one that comes even remotely close to the painful accuracy of Foxx’s impersonation.
We all saw Alec Baldwin’s wild Trump impersonation on Saturday Night Live a while back, and it doesn’t even hold a grape compared to this.
Foxx recited the impersonation on the “Rap Radar” podcast recently, and I’m telling you… If you closed your eyes, you would thought it was the 45th president of the United States himself.
From the “fake news” references, sharing his love for Snoop Dogg, to pretending like he’s a big fan of Death Row Records, and a hilarious rendition of Trump’s reaction after beating COVID-19, it’s got it all.
And since we’re on the Jamie Foxx subject, we can’t forget that he was a country music fan while growing up in Texas, and even covered the hell out of George Strait’s “You Look So Good In Love.”
Jamie Foxx Covers George Strait’s “You Look So Good In Love”
“Make some noise for the sexiness of George Strait’s music.”
Jamie Foxx is a jack of all trades. Actor, comedian, singer, songwriter, producer, and BIG George Strait guy.
Back in 2009, CBS hosted a tribute concert for the King of Country Music, featuring performances from Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and more, but it was Jamie’s soulful performance of “You Look So Good In Love” that left people in awe.
Before kicking off the performance, Jamie shared a hilarious, yet heartwarming intro about growing up in Texas as a young, black, George Strait fan.
“Black fans too, George; you got black fans too.
I’m from a good old town called Terrell, Texas. . . . You came to Terrell, Texas, one time when I was 14 years old, and I told everybody, ‘I don’t care what side of the tracks I gotta go over, I’m going on the other side of the tracks to see George Strait.’