Country music's biggest stars put out great songs that make us feel good, but many of them are also multi-talented and hilarious, as we learned at the 2017 Taste of Country Music Festival.

Artists like Miranda Lambert, RaeLynn, Jason AldeanJoe Nichols and more not only took the stage to entertain the thousands of fans in attendance, but backstage they busted out their silliest impressions of not only other country stars, but some original characters, too. Watch as Tyler Farr tries to do his best impression of Aldean, attempting to take on his song "Night Train" like the singer himself, while Aldean decides to do a brief interpretation of his pal Luke Bryan. Lambert scores points for her originality, revealing that she actually has an alter ego named Janice Haggarty, a native of Minnesota, with the country superstar busting out her best Midwestern accent to say that Janice "loves to make casseroles."

There are some familiar character impersonations thrown in the mix as well, with newcomer Jackson Michelson honoring the Lord of the Rings with a respectable Gollum impression and Brooke Eden nailing her vocal interpretation of Shakira's "Whenever, Wherever," sounding just like the Latina singer. Trey Smith of the duo Smithfield even takes on a classic line from Bill Clinton, doing a solid impression of his Arkansas accent, while Steve Moakler makes his best attempt at a New York accent.

Check out the video to see which country stars nail their impressions (and those who could use a little practice).

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