Celebs With Crazy Hidden Talents

Just when you thought that your favorite celebs couldn't be any more impressive, they do something like head on to a late night talk show and reveal that, in addition to singing or acting, they're also a master sword swallower and can yodel the alphabet backwards in perfect French... or something similar.

Read on for some of the craziest and most surprising celebrity hidden talents.

Kendall Jenner

Supermodel, reality TV star, and Kardashian sister Kendall Jenner is probably best known for her photogenic appearance and recent catwalk domination. But were you aware that she's also really, really good at making bird sounds? She first revealed her hidden talent during an August 2016 Vogue "73 Questions" video questionnaire, and then again in February 2017 on The Late Late Show With James Corden.

With these skills, Jenner's giving tweeting a whole new meaning.

Chloe Grace Moretz

Looking at petite Kick-ass actress Chloe Grace Moretz, you wouldn't exactly expect her to be, well, kick-ass at handling knifes.

But... surprise! She's not just good at it, she's great, as she showed off on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. In fact, she told O'Brien that she'd been practicing the skill since she was 11 years-old, and held the conversation while she flipped her butterfly knife all the while. Wow.

Colin Farrell

Back before Colin Farrell was making millions of fans swoon as one of Hollywood's best known Irish actors in movies like In Bruges and Phone Booth, he was a professional line dancer. Yep, you read that correctly.

Farrell discussed his secret talent with Conan O'Brien on Late Night in 2012, and all the way back in 2008 he even gave Ellen Degeneres and a few lucky guests a private lesson on her show. Yeehaw!

Geena Davis

Thelma and Louise and Beetlejuice star Geena Davis has one of the most bad-ass secret talents that we uncovered, which she actually learned later on in life: archery.

She's so good, in fact, that she was even a contender for the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, telling Entertainment Tonight in 2016, "I took up archery at 41, just on a whim and became obsessed with it... I take everything too far... I'm at the Olympic trials in my forties for something I just took up!"

Pierce Brosnan

On top of everything, the man who played infamous secret agent James Bond in four films also once trained as a fire swallower. To quote Paris Hilton, "That's hot."

You can watch Brosnan wow the entire Muppets crew in the above clip. And it sounds like he might still be at it; when asked by UK's The Guardian whether "fire-eating" would be listed as a skill on his resume, Brosnan replied, "It's still there, absolutely."

Taylor Lautner

So, you're feeling pretty good at your "throwing grapes in the air and catching them in your mouth" abilities? Then watching Twilight star Taylor Lautner go at it is going to give you a serious case of talent envy.

A 2011 web exclusive clip from Ellen features Lautner showing off his unusual gift, and he also later appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to flaunt his skills. It's all very impressive.

Jack White

Along with falling in love with a girl, White Stripes singer and guitarist Jacki White has fallen in love with... upholstering. Yep, the bluesman has a passion for furniture fashion, and told The Believer that he even worked as a professional upholsterer throughout his teenage years.

According to Rolling Stone Magazine, White's record label, Third Man, actually has an upholstery department, and White personally restored "an antique Sixties-era couch, which was most likely sat-in by luminaries like Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash." That's some serious upholstering cred right there.

Christina Hendricks

Remember that scene in Mad Men, when Joan (played by the stunning Christina Hendricks) plays an accordion version of "C'est Magnifique" for her fiancee and his friends at an awkward dinner party? It turns out that Hendricks actually does play the instrument, and had been for a few years before the scene was filmed.

In an interview with Deadline, Hendricks even kind of sells us on the instrument's power: "I'm obviously a beginner – it wasn't like I was blowing anyone away with that accordion, but I was getting by, which was kind of fun... It's a very romantic instrument, I think. I love it."

Aaron Paul

We'll count this as one of the weirder, and perhaps most impressive, celebrity hidden talents. Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! back in 2013, and revealed that he's able to tell the gender of a dog, just by petting it... while blindfolded.

He's amazingly accurate — as you can see in above clip.

Kristen Stewart

Quite the multitalented group, that Twilight cast. Judging from her usually-somber red carpet appearances, actress Kristen Stewart might not seem like much of a jokester, but as it turns out, she's pretty good at that all-important clown skill: juggling. Check her out in action on Lopez Tonight in 2010 in the clip above.

In her interview with Lopez, Stewart revealed that she'd been brushing up on her juggling talents because she and Twilight co-star (and then-boyfriend) Rob Pattinson were (via MTV) "planning to bring some old-timey razzle-dazzle when they accepted their MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss trophy."

Leslie Mann

Step right up, as another star takes a foray into the circus arts. In a September 2012 interview, actress Leslie Mann revealed to O Magazine that she's really good at unicycling. She told Oprah's mag, "I got [a unicycle] for Christmas when I was 10 and taught myself how to use it. Now I can do all kinds of tricks, like cycling backward and jumping off curbs."

Sounds like some sick moves, Leslie, and we're sad we don't have footage.

Emma Roberts

Sorry, but this just might be one of the more annoying crazy celebrity talents.

Actress and Julia Robert's niece Emma Roberts revealed to Jay Leno in 2011 that she does a spot-on impression of a crying baby. We guess it could come in handy when you're looking to get off the phone.

Conan O'Brien

Oh, Conan O'Brien. We thought we couldn't love you anymore, and then you had to go and reveal your tap dancing prowess.

The late night host showed off his softshoe during a 2012 sketch parodying the Oscar-winning film The Artist. No joke, he's got skills. It looks like the years of dance training he told Piers Morgan all about in 2012 really paid off.

Jessie J

British singer Jessie J is most known for belting out tunes, and as it turns out, she's pretty good at doing so with her mouth closed too.

She put her unusual singing talent on display during a 2015 appearance on The Graham Norton Show. We can't help but wonder what Rob Brydon would think of it.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone proved that she can act, dance, and sing with her Academy Award-winning performance in 2016's La La Land. But did you also know she can pogo with the best of them?

Just before her Oscar win, she showed off her skills in January 2017 for Vanity Fair's "Secret Talent Theatre," telling the magazine (via Hello Giggles), "I can only go in circles... I'm not sure how to not go in a circle, so if you need any more information, you're going to have to ask someone who's pogo-sticked all their lives."

Circle or not, we're still impressed.

Cara Delevingne

Model, actress... beat boxer extraordinaire?

Cara Delevingne demonstrated her impressive beat boxing abilities on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and even went into the studio with Justin Timberlake and Pharrell to lay down some tunes (check her out in action here).

We'd be lying if we said we weren't a little jealous.

Jennifer Lawrence

You thought Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence's dancing skills in Silver Linings Playbook were all the proof you needed that she's mega-multitalented? Well, we've got even more.

Lawrence showed 'em who's boss at shoving marshmallows in your mouth during a 2015 appearance on MTV's After Hours, when she managed to stuff an impressive ten. Perhaps not the world's most useful talent, but a talent nonetheless.

Nice work, Jen.

Michael Jackson

After his death, a stash of Michael Jackson's personal belongings revealed that he wasn't only the king of pop. He was also the king of drawing portraits of chairs with smiley faces.

In August 2011, LA Weekly got a chance to look at the star's art collection, which was co-owned by Brett-Livingstone Strong. Strong told LA Weekly, "[Jackson] loved chairs...He thought chairs were the thrones of most men, women and children, where they made their decisions for their daily activity. He was inspired by chairs."

Thanks to LA Weekly's exclusive tour of MJ's stuff, you can see some of his artwork here.

Hollywood is full of silly, talented folks

These multitalented celebs remind us all that there's certainly more than one way to work it in the spotlight. If nothing else, It's refreshing to see so many stars willing to let loose and embrace their sillier sides.