If you've ever wondered what Lainey Wilson might sound like without her signature southern accent, you're in luck. Wilson is as country as it comes, but she has a unique talent of shaking her country twang... at least briefly.

In a recent interview on TODAY, WIlson joins host Willie Geist, who asks her about her famous accent. He mentions that heard that she can change her twang into a valley girl accent. Wilson entertains this ask.

She said the valley girl accent literally "freaks her out." She continued with the valley girl accent below as Geist jokes her accent sounds like she inhaled helium. Watch the hilarious exchange below.

Lainey has also lent her twangy voice to rock 'n' roll recently, performing with Rolling Stones. Recently, she opened for the legendary band at Chicago's Solder Field and joined them to sing their song "Dead Flowers" proving her broad talent as a vocalist.

Check out the video below of Mick Jagger thanking Wilson and including her in their next song choice. Then the rock and roller grabs a cowboy hat and invites Wilson to join in with the hit song.

Nicole Taylor is part of Taste of Country Mornings with Wood and Nicole that can be heard every morning LIVE on TasteofCountry.com and on the Taste of Country app from 6-10 am Central. Based in Nashville, the two hosts talk with country artists and go deep into the latest in the world of country music every weekday.

Surprising Things We Learned Watching Lainey Wilson's Documentary

Lainey Wilson has taken the country music scene by storm! What most people don't understand though is that she's not an overnight sensation. In fact, Wilson spent 10 years in Nashville before gaining any traction in her career.

ABC's documentary Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country takes fans back to her small hometown of Baskin, La., where the seeds of her dreams of becoming a country singer were planted.

Here are some surprising things we learned while watching the documentary.

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