2015 Budweiser Made in America Festival - Day 1
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Celebrities and moviegoers flocked to Sundance over the last week to see some of the next great films, but the power of music still found a way to be heard.

Between promoting their respective films and hitting the slopes, celebrities including Jon Hamm, Rashida Jones, and Logan Lerman got their music fix via Google Home, a voice-activated speaker that can play any song. Each getting to pick one track to listen to, the choices were both interesting and diverse.

While two songs were chosen twice — Common and Elijah Wood both picked John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme,” while Elle Fanning and Blake Jenner wanted to hear Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” — the rest were quite the mix, with requests for everything from Beyoncé to George Michael.

Check out the full list below.

  1. Adam Pally – Run the Jewels 3
  2. Anne Heche – ‘Hallelujah’ chorus
  3. Beck Bennett – ‘I Would Do Anything For Love’ by Meatloaf
  4. Brett Gelman – ‘Juicy’ by Notorious B.I.G.
  5. Chris O’Dowd – ‘Astral Weeks’ by Van Morrisson
  6. Common – ‘A Love Supreme’ by John Coltrane
  7. Diplo – ‘I am the Black Gold of the Sunday’ by Rotary Connection
  8. Elijah Wood – ‘A Love Supreme’ by John Coltrane
  9. Elle Fanning – ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ by Prince
  10. Blake Jenner – ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ by Prince
  11. Geena Davis – ‘Purple Rain’ by Prince
  12. Gigi Gorgeous – ‘Disturbia’ by Rihanna
  13. Jason Mitchell – Bill Withers
  14. Jason Ritter – ‘Kathy with a K’ by Bright Eyes
  15. Jon Hamm – ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ by George Gershwin
  16. Judy Greer – ‘Sara Smile’ by Hall & Oates
  17. Laird Hamilton – ‘Waves’ by Mr. Probz
  18. Logan Lerman – ‘Is This It’ by the Strokes
  19. Margaret Qualley – ‘Too Close’ by Rainsford
  20. Mark Hamill – ‘Minnie the Moocher’ by Cab Calloway
  21. Matt Walsh – ‘Hard Days Night’ by the Beatles
  22. Michelle Monaghan – ‘Happy’ by Pharrell
  23. Nia Long – ‘Lady Cab Driver’ by Prince
  24. Nick Offerman – ‘The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face’ by George Michael
  25. Nicholas Hoult – ‘September’ by Earth Wind & Fire
  26. O’Shea Jackson – ‘Bad and Boujee’ by Migos
  27. Olivia Cooke – ‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Celine Dion
  28. Paul Scheer – Chance the Rapper
  29. Paul Sparks – Neutral Milk Hotel
  30. Rashida Jones – ‘Hold Up’ by Beyoncé
  31. Riley Keough – Sam Cooke
  32. Trevor Jackson – ‘I Get Goosebumps Every Time’ by Travis Scott