For a brief moment, some Americans may have thought they had a new President when U2 frontman Bono launched into an impression of former President Bill Clinton at a recent climate conference in New York.
The singer, in his iconic sunglasses, pulled off President Clinton’s southern drawl with aplomb — drawing laughs and cheers from the audience and a cheeky grin from the President himself.
But Bono isn’t the first celebrity to poke fun at someone else in the spotlight.
Leonardo DiCaprio has also had a go at impersonating the greats, flexing his eyebrow acting chops with a spot-on impression of Jack Nicholson.
It is unclear how the homage went down with Jack but fellow thespian Anne Hathaway's cringe-inducing caricature of Katie Holmes on Saturday Night Live reportedly sparked a stoush between the pair.
Meanwhile, Australia's own Rachael Leahcar, runner-up on The Voice, proved she can pout with the best of them, nailing a Marilyn Monroe impersonation, complete with sultry coos.