Watch Jamie Foxx and Jay Pharoah do hilarious impressions of Kanye West, Beyoncé and others
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Jamie Foxx and Jay Pharoah, formerly of “SNL,” stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday (Sept. 28) and did hilarious impressions of people like Barack Obama, Beyoncé, JAY-Z and others.

The two were visiting Ellen to plug their upcoming comedy series on Showtime called “White Famous” and for each impersonation they gave, Cheerios donated $1,000 to hurricane victims.

In one part of the segment, Foxx and Pharoah were told to create the scenario of Beyoncé and Barack Obama visiting a nude beach, and let’s just say a little bit of risqué talked ensued afterwards. Later on, they both played a ranting Kanye West, which made the TV audience burst into laughter.

But arguably, the funniest part could be when both gentlemen played the parts of JAY-Z and Oprah Winfrey selling Girl Scout cookies. Of course, Pharoah has been impersonating Jay on “SNL” for years and has his distinct laugh down cold. Foxx, meanwhile, mimicked the cadence of Winfrey’s voice perfectly.

“Cookies. Everybody gets some cookies,” he said, imitating the one time the media mogul gave out a bunch of cars to her talk-show audience.

Afterwards, Pharoah chimed in as JAY-Z and mentioned the rapper’s “4:44,"  album, which people still seem to be talking about despite it being released months ago.

You can see both men do their spot-on impersonations above and check out their show “White Famous” on Oct. 15, at 10: p.m. EST.