Every Breath You Take

by alphamonkey on October 2, 2009 · 4 comments

in Music Videos,Uncategorized

The occassion of Sting’s 58th birthday gives me the opportunity to share this clip from the fourth season of Ally McBeal (a show which I love to no end) when Sting appeared as himself to sing a duet with Larry (Robert Downey Jr.) on Ally’s birthday. Happy Birthday Stinger, and have a good weekend folks!

Ally McBeal – Sting: Every Breath You Take

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  • MavMurdoc

    Tell me that was actually Robert Downey Jr. singing, and I will be VERY impressed.

  • http://www.transbuddha.com Cap’n Carrot

    Yes, it is Downey. He performed a few numbers on Ally McBeal, including the saddest Christmas carol ever, as well as singing on a handful of songs for soundtracks of a few of his films.

  • MavMurdoc

    You know… that makes me respect Robert Downey Jr. even more. I sometimes wonder what has happened in Hollywood over the past several decades. The times of people like the Rat Pack, Fred Astaire, and Gene Kelly when people actually had to have TALENT to be famous are mostly over.

  • Annonymous

    Robert Downey Jr is a wonderful singer. Sting just released a CD of Duets with other Singers this song is on there also. Robert is also on several other CDs and he also has his own The Futurist out. He is multi-gifted in several areas. He also plays several instruments, the drums, lead and bass guitar and the piano and keyboards. He also writes his own music and songs. He is so much more gifted and talented in acting and music than people give him credit for. He is self trained in everything also. Speaking of dancers (Fred and Gene). Robert also went to a ballet academy for 2 and 1/2 years and can also tap dance. I respect him very much for everything he knows how to do. Maybe that is why everything in acting seems to come so easy for him. He’s incredibly gifted.You are so right MavMurdoc very few actors care enough to learn anything now adays. That’s what makes RDJ that even more impressive.

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