10 Funniest Your Face Sounds Familiar Performances...So Far

From Manny Pacquiao to Justin Bieber

 

(SPOT.ph) Think of Your Face Sounds Familiar as a more elaborate version of Lip Sync Battle. And when we say "elaborate," we mean it. Every week, a roster of local celebrities are each assigned a famous personality to impersonate with a song and dance number. They will then be judged based on performance, costume, and even personality ticks. If you're looking to have a good laugh or two, we've rounded up 10 of the funniest performances from the show...so far.

 

 

Jolina Magdangal as Cher

We still can't decide which part is our favorite: The flashy gold number, the brilliant prosthetics, or the unorthodox singing style that sounds exactly like the real thing.

 

 

Tutti Caringal as Steven Tyler

Okay, so he didn't nail the vocal chops, but Tutti gets plenty of plus points for his attention to detail, costume-wise—from the highlighted hair down to the multiple scarves on the microphone.

 

 

Nyoy Volante as Justin Bieber

Nyoy Volante may look nothing like The Biebs face-wise, but everything else...spot on. The tiny, prepubescent voice killed us.

 

 

Edgar Allan Guzman as Daniel Padilla

We only have one thing to say: "Ne seye ne eng lehet."


 

Jay R as Stevie Wonder

Jay R's on-point impersonation aside, he kind of looks like Snoop Dogg. The landline phone is also a nice touch.

 

 

 

Melai Cantiveros as Britney Spears

It's like watching a funnier, more entertaining version of the "Baby One More Time" music video.

 

 

Edgar Allan Guzman as Usher

It's not the greatest vocal performance, but EA's moves are a must-see.

 

 

Nyoy Volante as Yoyoy Villame

"Butsekik" is a funny song by default, but Nyoy's impersonation takes it to another hilarious level.

 

 

Jay R as Kenny Rogers

Jay R was virtually unrecognizable as Kenny Rogers, complete with a massive white beard and country drawl.

 

 

Jolina Magdangal as Manny Pacquiao

We thought Jolina couldn't top her Cher performance, then we saw this one. Is it the accent? The "I labyu Jinkee"? It's probably the quick mention of planning to run for senator.

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