Demi Lovato Nails Fetty Wap Singing Impersonation


“I didn’t know I could do it until now”

If you ever underestimated Demi Lovato’s ability to really sing — we don’t blame you — you won’t anymore. Her impressions of Christina Aguilera, Fetty Wap and Cher on the Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon are proof the girl’s got MAJOR talent.

While playing Wheel of Impressions with Fallon, Lovato does a spot on Cher singing “Bingo was His Name-O.” Then nails a hip hop version of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” à la Fetty Wap. And finally shuts it down impersonating Christina Aguilera while singing “Spongebob Squarepants.” Don’t mind the song, because Demi’s voice had every bit of Christina’s edgy belts, vibrato and dexterity. Who the f*&$ knew?

Watch in awe in the video above.

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It Took This U.S. Citizen 7 Years To Reverse His Illegal Deportation To Nicaragua

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It Took This U.S. Citizen 7 Years To Reverse His Illegal Deportation To Nicaragua

“I was telling everybody… ‘I’m a U.S. citizen. Please help me out here.'”

Cesar Robleto spent time in immigration jail and claims he was illegally deported to Nicaragua, a place he left at the age of 2. It took 7 years, but he’s back in the U.S. Was it a terrible mistake — or something more sinister?

Stephanie Stanton reports.


Posted by Fox 11 Los Angeles on Monday, February 22, 2016

“I have no recognition of that place. I left when I was 2 years old.”

Cesar Robleto was in for the fight of his life after he was deported to Nicaragua, the country he hasn’t stepped foot in since he was a child.

In 2006, Robleto was arrested and spent three years in jail for a domestic violence incident. Instead of being released in 2009 at the end of his sentence, authorities told Robleto that he was going to be deported even though he was a U.S. citizen. Despite showing his papers as proof, Robleto went straight from the jail to an ICE detention center, where he spent 18 long months before being sent to Nicaragua.

Freelance journalist Mytchell Moran heard about Robleto’s case and pressured Nicaraguan immigration officials to reevaluate the case. SEVEN years after he should have been a free man, Robleto returned to the U.S. In an interview with Los Angeles’ Fox 11, Robleto says he demands to know why he was deported even though he is U.S. citizen.

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