Sketch Spotlight: Watch Mike Tyson’s Hilarious Performance Of ‘Push It’ On Spike’s Lip Sync Battle!

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Mike Tyson lip-syncing Salt-N-Pepa‘s hit song “Push It” is everything!

In a preview clip from this Thursday’s episode of Lip Sync Battle, the 48-year-old former boxing pro channels the hip-hop ladies.

The sports star looks hilarious in skintight black pants and a red and yellow jacket similar to the ones Salt-N-Pepa wore in their 1986 music video. Tyson hops around the stage while rapping into a microphone as the crowd cheers and claps. Chrissy Teigen also busts some dance moves from the DJ booth.

Meanwhile, Tyson’s lip-sync competitor Terry Crews laughs while watching from the back of the stage alongside host LL Cool J. We can’t wait to see what song Crews tackles next. Watch the funny clip for yourself!

Tyson’s episode of Lip Sync Battle airs Thursday at 10 p.m. on Spike!

Tyson and Crews are just the latest stars to hit the Lip Sync Battle Stage. They join celebs like John KrasinskiAnna Kendrick, Emma StoneAnne HathawayKevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon, who have all appeared on the hit show.

Source: E!


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