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Rappers PSY and Snoop Dogg may have recorded "Hangover" together but due to their tight schedules, never got to hang out. So leave it to Jimmy Kimmel to fix that!
The ABC host brought the pair together for Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night special, whose mother drove the pair to a Hollywood karaoke bar, Boardwalk 11, where they took patrons by surprise.
First off 36-year-old PSY began singing and rapping to Snoop's original hit "Who Am I? (What's My Name?)" with the flair and dexterity. Snoop, 42, quickly countered with an attempt at PSY’s "Gangnam Style" – an attempted stifled by his not being able to follow any Korean lyrics!
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Nevertheless PSY and the crowd were jumping up and down to the “Gangnam Style” with utmost glee. Finally Jimmy Kimmel joined the pair and together they sang – or tried to sing - Dionne Warwick’s 1985 hit "That's What Friends are For".
Look out for PSY's questionable clarinet skills!