Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier did quite a job of warming up the crowd ahead of a Rascal Flatts concert Saturday, taking to the stage to perform the Sugarhill Gang's song, "Rapper's Delight."
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Several fans recorded Baier's live performance and posted video footage online for all to enjoy.
.@BretBaier just showed up on stage for this Rascal Flatts concert and it was exactly what you’d think. https://t.co/yLH4Whpjky— Jake Wilkins (@Jake Wilkins) 1566700579.0
Baier himself reacted on his Instagram page, saying, "Ok that was crazy! I was called up on stage at the @rascalflatts concert to sing @official_sugarhillgang's Rapper's Delight (something I have done at @acchamptionship in Lake Tahoe). But a concert! Yeah—sure!"
Baier was referring to the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship, where he belted out the same tune last month.
@BretBaier @ACChampionship Found it (source: jules rules yall on twitter) https://t.co/HnL900OiBQ— Sandy (@Sandy) 1566705005.0
Daily Caller noted that another time Baier performed the song, it was at "his Fox News show's holiday party, alongside the Sugarhill Gang, complete with an ugly Christmas suit."
Fox News' Bret Baier Raps with Sugarhill Gang at His Show's Holiday Partyyoutu.be
Baier's performance at the Rascal Flatts concert earned him cheers from fans and colleagues alike. Fox News channel senior political analyst Brit Hume retweeted a fan's video while asking, "I often wonder if there is anything @BretBaier cannot do."
I often wonder if there is anything @BretBaier cannot do. https://t.co/w1K4Tx1ici— Brit Hume (@Brit Hume) 1566855524.0
Another follower declared on Twitter, "Watched @BretBaier 'rap' last night blew my mind! I didn't know he had it in him!"