Behold—the many perfect impressions of Kate Hudson

During a visit to The Tonight Show set, the 36-year-old silver screen chameleon put her best acting skills on display for several rounds of Dubsmash with host Jimmy Fallon

For those who are unfortunately unfamiliar with the app, Dubsmash is a tool that allows you to pick from a seemingly endless number of audio clips and then lip sync with them while recording your facial expressions. 

The actress and late-night host had an enviable amount of fun playing around with the game, taking turns lending their faces to a series of iconic sounds, including Oprah Winfrey's "You Get a Car" announcement and the Baha Men's 2000 classic "Who Let The Dogs Out?"

While Fallon's reenactments were on point as expected, Hudson won the crown as the Queen of Dubsmash when she took on Adele's record-breaking single "Hello."

When @adele puts out a new single... She's done it again! ??????#Hello #25 #SheHadMeAtHello

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With vivid fervor, the blond beauty faux belted the hit song. While the audience couldn't hear what exactly she was performing, from the looks of her passionate expressions, we just knew it was a recreation of the British pop sensation.

Just examine the intensity of that side glare—this woman doesn't mess around when it comes to a star of such esteem.

This is not the first time Hudson's emotions have run free when faced with the Grammy winner's music. When the song was first released in late October, the actress couldn't fight back her streaming tears. 

"When @adele puts out a new single... She's done it again!#Hello #25#SheHadMeAtHello" she captioned a crying candid of herself on Instagram. 

We're happy Hudson finally got to perform her favorite song on live television...tear-free. 

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