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Adam Lambert’s Rendition Of THE MUFFIN MAN To The Melody Of Cher’s ‘Believe’ Was A Total Triumph

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On a future episode of That’s My Jam, Adam Lambert gives the classic nursery rhyme THE MUFFIN MAN a contemporary pop-diva makeover.

Jimmy Fallon gave fans a tantalizing taste of Monday’s episode, teasing a showdown of musical prowess between the talented singer-songwriter Lambert and the dynamic duo of Chloe Bailey and Simu Liu. Meanwhile, Halle Bailey brings her A-game to the competition series that promises to deliver both high-energy dance moves and unforgettable tunes.

Adam Lambert’s Rendition Of THE MUFFIN MAN In That’s My Jam

As the Wheel of Musical Impressions spins, all eyes are on Lambert as he steps up to the challenge. When he lands on the iconic tune “The Muffin Man” as sung by none other than Cher, Lambert rises to the occasion and delivers a performance that left the audiences speechless.

Fallon asks Lambert if he has a Cher in him.

“Do you have a Cher in you?”

Lambert responds by saying that he got it.

“I got it, I got it.”

And then eases into his best impression of the legend. He belts out the lyrics to the tune of her classic dance song “Believe.”

Here you may see him perform “The Muffin Man.”

Adam Lambert Performs “The Muffin Man” as Cher | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 

Lambert left the audience spellbound with his haunting version of the pop anthem during the 41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors in 2018.

The event was held to honor the legendary Cher, Philip Glass, Reba McEntire, and Wayne Shorter, and Lambert was there to celebrate their extraordinary achievements.

The musician extraordinaire has just unveiled his latest masterpiece, “High Drama,” a covers album that reimagines chart-toppers like Sia’s “Chandelier,” Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out for a Hero,” and Billie Eilish’s “Getting Older” in a whole new light.

Season 2 of “That’s My Jam” has been jam-packed with superstar guests, including the likes of Keke Palmer, Quinta Brunson, Taraji P. Henson, John Stamos, Billy Porter, Darren Criss, and the incomparable Patti LaBelle.

The complete Lambert episode broadcasts on NBC on Monday, April 17 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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