We know beloved "Voice" coach Christina Aguilera can belt out more than a few hits. After all, she is the vocalist behind smash singles like "Beautiful," "Ain't No Other Man" and "Fighter."
But during an appearance on Monday's "Ellen DeGeneres Show," the music superstar isn't performing one of her biggest songs. Instead, she's ready to sing a few hits from other female artists.
While playing a round of "Heads Up" with host Ellen DeGeneres, Aguilera is asked to use her voice and sing a song from whoever appears on-screen. Buckle up kids because this contestant is ready to roll.
When Whitney Houston appears first on the list, Aguilera immediately busts out into "I Will Always Love You" from "The Bodyguard" soundtrack.
Madonna also proves to be easy with "Like a Virgin," along with Beyonce, who gets love for her song "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)."
Things get even better, however, when Aguilera performs "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry and "Work" by Rihanna.
"Work, work, work, work, work," Aguilera sings. "I really know the words la-la-la-la-la." As for how she describes Adele, Lady Gaga and Barbra Streisand, you'll just have to watch and find out.
Perhaps the impressive display shouldn't come as a total surprise. After all, this is the woman who wowed us on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" when she did musical impressions of Britney Spears, Shakira and Cher.
Games aside, Aguilera had much to catch up on during her appearance with DeGeneres. When not showing off her engagement ring to the talk-show host, the singer gushed about her children, who may not exactly be following in mom's footsteps.
While her daughter Summer Rain is just starting to learn how to swim, Max is ready to scare mom with his ambitious hobbies.
"He's just like this little acrobat. He'll be in Cirque du Soleil or something crazy one day. He's also training to jump off of buildings and give me a heart attack. It's awesome," she joked. "He could care less that I'm on 'The Voice,' but if I was on 'American Ninja Warriors,' he would literally want to come to work with me every day."