Despite being the highest-paid actor in Hollywood, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has dazzled audiences with a different skill that is as as amazing as his acting prowess.
On Tuesday's edition of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the 50-year-old celebrity displayed his vocal prowess by singing a duet with the newly crowned American Idol champion.
The talk show presenter invited the former wrestler to the stage during the "Kellyoke" section to duet Don't Come Home A Drinkin' by the late US country singer Loretta Lynn.
The renowned country singer passed away on October 4 at the age of 90, two weeks after the performance.
And Johnson's rendition of her 1967 song wasn't a surprise. He revealed to Clarkson his longtime admiration for Lynn's music and his childhood desire of becoming a country singer.
He said that he was raised listening to "classic country music" and that, at the age of 15, he had moved to Nashville.
In the hopes of being discovered as the next great star, Johnson would "walk the streets" at the time singing country classics like Hank Williams Jr.