The best people to impersonates are the ones with the weirdest habits or movements.
Sarah Palin is one such person. Her accent seems to be a combination of many accents coupled with her own brilliant weird brain trip to tweak almost every word that comes out of her mouth. That’s the thing about being unique. You stand out and you become an easy target.
10. Robert De Niro
The minute De Niro said, “You talkin’ to me?”, all impersonators went “Yeah! Big bucks will be earned from those lines.” De Niro has given jobs to countless of people in the world since.
9. George Michael
George Michael has transitioned into so many looks and each one is unique and worth impersonating. From his early days in Wham with his legendary white skinny slacks, white blouse (yes, that was a blouse) and white sneakers to his bearded more rocker self complete with a contradicting pop hairstyle, George Michael remains to be a fun person to copy.
Madonna lends itself to parodies, legend and humiliation because she has always been ahead of her time. So copying her is the easiest thing because no one else would be doing what she does at the time she does ‘em.
7. Britney Spears
She started selling the idea of sex at 14 and then shifted to selling insanity ten years later.
From flatboard abs to flat out lipsynching, she never denied the world of something to talk about.
Ah, our dear Cher.
The woman so determined to stay young forever even though her body and face hardly cooperates. The hair and the shape of her face plus her weird voice serves as the anchor of other people’s impression of her.
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