Chris Bosh steals the show at the Heat's annual 'Battioke'
Chris Bosh owned the karaoke night hosted by the Heat and Shane Battier.
Most times, people are laughing at Chris Bosh. This time, they were for good reasons.
At Shane Battier's annual charity event called "Battioke" where Heat players get together and sing terrible karaoke, Bosh was the one that kind of stole the show. Singing Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual" he went so far as to bust out the Carlton Dance.
So it wasn't the greatest attempt. But it's still terrific.
A few more clips via the Heat's Instagram:
Here's Shane Battier, Greg Oden and Ken Jeong (because why not?) with the Backstreet Boys' classic, "I Want It That Way":
The entire team performing Lil' Jon's "Get Low":
And finally, "Come Talk To Me" by Jodeci:
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