Christina Aguilera has outdone herself.

Three months ago, the five-time Grammy Award winner impressed Jimmy Fallon when she did musical impressions of Cher, Shakira and Britney Spears on NBC's The Tonight Show. Aguilera decided to take it a step further Tuesday, as she dressed up as the three pop divas—plus Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and Sia—in a sketch for NBC's The Voice Season 8 finale.

The bit was all in good fun, of course.

It opened with coach auditions for the show's first season.

Aguilera recreated Cyrus' look from her 2013 "We Can't Stop" music video. "On my team we're going to learn how to twerk. We're going to learn to slap it up, flip it, rub it down. It's going to be a party in the USA, y'all!" she said. As Sia, Aguilera wore the singer's trademark wig and was flanked by a child dancer.

For her impression of Spears, she wore the Catholic schoolgirl uniform made famous in 1998's "...Baby One More Time" music video. "Hey, y'all. Join Team Britney. It'll be super fun. Join team Britney, bitch!"

Aguilera wore the same look Lady Gaga wore to the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. As Shakira, she put on a Colombian accent and said, "Your voice is so mellifluous." The montage also showed her explaining, "Tambour is tantamount to the tone" and "That subjugation makes you very beguiling" to a contestant.

As Cher, with whom she co-starred in the 2010 movie Burlesque, Aguilera wore a look from 1989's "If I Could Turn Back Time" music video. "What does this button do?" she asked before pressing it and turning to face the camera. "Are you kidding me? I have an Oscar for God's sake! An Emmy! A Tony!"

To see the rest of the sketch, watch the video above.

"This was so fun!" Aguilera tweeted after the show. "Fun tribute to those I love & admire. XoXtina." Only one of pop divas have commented via social media.

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