Ken Jeong Had an EPIC Karaoke Night Singing With Robin Thicke

Ken Jeong recently posted hilarious videos from a karaoke party he hosted with his fellow celebrity judges from “The Masked Singer.” 

In one of the videos uploaded on his Instagram account, the doctor-turned-comedian shared the stage with Robin Thicke for a duet of Prince’s song “Kiss.”

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Another clip showed Jeong singing 4 Non Blondes’ hit “What’s Up” along with Nicole Scherzinger.

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The Pussycat Boy & Doll @nicolescherzinger

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Jeong can be seen being his usual playful self and enjoying the performances with the two singers. He even showcased his singing skills along with some legit dance moves in both clips. 

While not indicated in the posts’ captions, the karaoke party appears to be part of a birthday celebration for Jeong who turned 50 last week (July 13). 

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The Masked Singer, in which Jeong is a celebrity judge alongside Thicke, Sherzinger, and Jenny McCarthy, is an American singing competition television series on Fox which was adapted from the South Korean format “King of Mask Singer.” 

  

 

Jeong and his “The Masked Singer” co-stars are set to return for season two on September 25.

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