Terry Crews recreates iconic 'A Thousand Miles' scene at sports game
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Fans are going wild after Terry Crews recreated his legendary ‘A Thousand Miles’ performance from White Chicks.
In 2004, Crews was cast in the iconic comedy-crime movie, White Chicks, as 'cool cat' Latrell Spencer.
Fans of the film will remember the now 55-year-old’s crowning moment - his cringe-yet-fantastic rendition of ‘A Thousand Miles’ by Vanessa Carlton, which he performed while driving.
Since then, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor has performed the song multiple times, including on an episode of Lip Sync Battle.
Now the star is back in the hot seat for another round and is seemingly still loving it after all this time.
19 years on from White Chicks, Crews was caught by a half-time camera at the Los Angeles Rams v San Francisco 49ners game on Sunday evening.
In a 16-second video uploaded to TikTok, the camera can be seen panning to Crews, who continues to lipsync along to 'A Thousand Miles' - flamboyant hand movements and all.
The clip, which has garnered 6.5 million views since it was uploaded to the platform yesterday, has seen flans flocking to the comments to praise the actor for his spur-of-the-moment performance.
One fan wrote: “I love Terry Crews. He seems so genuine and humble.”
“No one man has been assigned a song like Terry Crews,” replied another.
A third commented: “I love how he gets in character whenever this song comes on.”
As well as a spontaneous performance at the Los Angeles Rams game, Crews has been making headlines recently due to comments made slamming the America’s Got Talent judges.
He stated that he didn’t like how often the quartet were hitting the red buzzer during the live shows.
Crews said: “First of all, this is the finals man. There's a reason they're here, so they don't buzz 'em, don't hate on 'em.
"They're doing the best they can. Let America make that decision. And sometimes I have to back 'em up. I have to. These guys are out there alone."
He continued to say that it was his ‘job’ to support the AGT contestants, and that when the cameras are off them, he likes to dish out affection.
“When the cameras are off, I literally give them the hug that they need and let 'em know that this is part of the career.
“If you don't go through this, there is no entertainment career. That's the fact."
He also said that he tells the contestants: “This is not the end. And it would definitely not be the end of someone's career on this show."