When she was 8 years old, "Tomb Raider" star Alicia Vikander won a lip sync battle on a popular Swedish kids' show.
Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates had everyone hyped on "Lip Sync Battle," where she channeled Bruno Mars and Naughty By Nature and nailed it.
"Stranger Things" stars Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, and Caleb McLaughlin gave such amazing performances that it was almost impossible to pick a winner.
Everyone’s Spidey senses were tingling when “Spider-Man: Homecoming” stars Zendaya and Tom Holland swung by “Lip Sync Battle.”
Empire actor Taye Diggs will be appearing on Lip Sync Battle this week, and in a short clip released online, we get to see him strike a pose. In the clip, Diggs channels his inner Madonna, lip-syncing to the singer’s 1990 hit “Vogue” in white lingerie and a cone bra.
Kate Upton and Ricky Martin put on sexy performances on Lip Sync Battle. Co-host Chrissy Teigen says, "I feel like we're playing strip lip sync."
Kate Upton will be appearing on Lip Sync Battle this week, and if a short clip released online doesn't break the Internet, I don't know what will.
On Thursday’s "Lip Sync Battle," Sarah Hyland performs Alanis Morissette’s “Right Through You.” L.A. Clipper DeAndre Jordan sings Seal’s “Kiss From a Rose.”
Ruby Rose got Thursday’s episode of Lip Sync Battle off to an explicit start when she performed the Meredith Brooks song “Bitch.” Not only did Ruby lip-sync the words, but she also pantomimed them, like when she got down on her knees during the lyrics, “I’m a goddess on my knees.”
Former late night hosts, Jay Leno and Craig Ferguson, went head-to-head on “Lip Sync Battle” Thursday night. Jay started it off with a head-banging performance of Sweet’s “Ballroom Blitz” from 1974. Craig followed that up with another hit from the ’70s, “I Wanna Be Sedated” by the Ramones.
On “Lip Sync Battle,” T.J. Miller vs. Sam Richardson, Richardson wowed the crowd with well-timed performances of Stevie Wonder’s “Part-Time Lover” and Foreigner’s “Hot Blooded.” Meanwhile, Miller’s performances were not so well-timed. In fact, they were very out of sync.
On Wednesday night’s "Lip Sync Battle," comedic actor Rob Riggle faced off against stand-up comedian Jeff Dye. The funnymen did not disappoint.
It was karaoke night in the prison as Orange Is the New Black stars Laverne Cox and Samira Wiley represented their cell blocks on Lip Sync Battle. Laverne started the trash talk early. “I just wanted to say I did not come to play with you, ho,” she shot at Samira.
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Chris D'Elia and Brent Morin competed against one another on the Lip Sync Battle finale. D'Elia performed Demi Lovato’s “Cool for Summer” as his first song and then followed it up with Jason Derulo’s “Wiggle.” During his “Wiggle” performance, D'Elia gyrated and thrust hips quite a bit in the vicinity the scantily clad dancing girls. Afterwards D'Elia had a surprising revelation, “I never realized how disrespectful that song was until everyone was out here and bent over me.
On Lip Sync Battle, Shaquille O'Neal started off by performing the B-52s' hit song Love Shack, an appropriate choice, considering he said, “I love Shaq.
Musician CeeLo Green and comic Russell Peters duked it out on Lip Sync Battle. The audience went nuts for Green’s terrifying, tongue-wagging KISS performance.