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Watch Tom Hiddleston dazzle Graham Norton & Robert DeNiro with spot-on impressions

Joe Williams October 3, 2015

The Thor star charmed the presenter and fellow guests after a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show.

The actor appeared on the popular chat  show with fellow actors DeNiro, Anne Hathaway and Kenneth Branagh.

After informing Norton that he will strip before the camera to “redress the balance” between male and female nude scenes, Hiddelston also let slip that he was rather fond of doing impressions.

The Loki actor – who stars in the upcoming Crimson Peak and I Saw the Light – went on to wow the host, fellow guests and just about everyone watching with his eerily accurate impressions.

Hiddleston – who has a strong gay fan base and growing legion of fans is known as Hiddlestoners – then treated views to spot-on vocal imitations of Owen Wilson, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino and, in a fearless act of bravado, DeNiro himself.

However, he saved the best until last, as he mimicked host Norton and his flamboyant interviewing technique, drawing tears of laugher from the audience and – luckily – Norton himself.

The other guests were quick to join in the fun, as Branagh did his best impression of legendary actor Sir Ian McKellan.

Anne Hathaway delivered a gay icon of her own, when she gave her own rendition of Britney Spears’ timeless classic, ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’.

Norton – who kept his impressionist skills to himself – spoke out last week about the difficulty of finding a boyfriend as an older gay man.

“I’ve reached the point that when people ask, ‘Are you single at the moment?’, I say, ‘Come on, you can drop the at the moment’. I’m single forever,” he said.

“That’s the weird thing. Gay men my age don’t want to date someone their age.”

Watch Hiddleston dazzle with his uncanny vocal skills below.

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