Last night the Miami Heat took a night off from basketball in order to take part in Shane Battier's annual karaoke charity event.
The likes of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Michael Beasley, and Battier himself picked up the mic to perform in front of a crowd which had gathered to raise money for the Take Charge Foundation.
And it was as good/bad as it sounds.
LeBron teamed up with Wade and Udonis Haslem to give their take on Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' (no sign of Miley Cyrus this time).
And the Heat Instagram page has the evidence:
But the star of the night had to be Chris Bosh.
While the rest of the Heat players managed to hide their limited vocal talents with a mixture of dance moves and swag, Bosh treated the audience to a find rendition of Tom Jones' 'It's not unusual' complete with dance moves not seen since the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
It is always good to see exceptional athletes making a fool of themselves - and for a good cause too.
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