Manny Pacquiao, Will Ferrell Sing on Jimmy Kimmel Live and 7 More Performances
Manny Pacquiao is a man of many talents and passions. To the majority of the American population, he’s known as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world, but in the Philippines he’s also a congressman, an actor and a singer.
Although English is the Filipino’s second language, he has never shied away from grabbing a microphone and performing karaoke.
On Monday night he was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live where once again he entertained the audience with his voice. This time comedian/actor Will Ferrell joined him for a duet of John Lennon’s classic, “Imagine.”
At the end of this slideshow, you can check out his latest performance, but in the meantime, here are some clips of Pacquiao singing in the past.
"Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You"
This song was made famous in 1984 by George Benson and back in March of 2010. Manny Pacquiao performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
If this is the first time you've ever heard the boxer sing, let me reiterate that English is his second language.
After beating the crap out of Joshua Clottey on March 13th, 2010, Pacquiao celebrated at his post-fight party by rocking the "La Bamba."
The sound quality of this video might not be the best, but who really cares? Turn your volume down if you can't stand it and just enjoy those gorgeous dancers on stage with him.
This is Manny Pacquiao's most famous song in the Philippines.
He often performs this song with fellow famous Filipino singer, Melissa Reyes.
If she sounds familiar, you may have seen her compete on a little reality series called, "Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll."
For those who care, she finished the competition in second place.
In this clip, Pacquiao is singing a famous song from the Philippines which was originally made famous by Manuel Velez in 1947.
Thankfully, this video offers English translation to the lyrics Manny is singing.
"Nganong Sakiton Man"
I could really use some English translation to this video because I have no idea what he's saying or singing.
Whatever it is, Pacquiao seems to be enjoying himself. He keeps going for over four minutes until he apparently messes up the lyrics and has to start all over.
"Sometimes When We Touch"
Manny Pacquiao once again graced the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live in this clip. This time, he sings the popular 1977 song "Sometimes When We Touch" which was originally made famous by Dan Hill.
While it's very debatable, this may be his worst vocal performance of all time.
This tune is supposedly Manny's favorite love song of all time.
It's nice to know that a guy who makes a living from knocking fools out isn't afraid to show his emotional side by singing along to this type of song.
Here's the song you've all been waiting to see. As promised, here's the video of Manny Pacquiao sitting down with Will Ferrell to sing John Lennon's classic hit, "Imagine."
This is quite possibly the best moment in the history of late night television.
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