WHEN the worlds of football and pop music collide, the alarm bells usually start to ring.
Despite everyone’s best efforts, few will forget Chris Waddle and Glenn Hoddle’s shoulder pad clad appearance on Top of the Pops as they belted out the atrocious Diamond Lights.
Some years later Andy Cole tried his hand on an assault of the pop charts with his single Outstanding. It was anything but.
This week, it was the turn of former Everton winger Kevin Kilbane to demonstrate his vocal prowess.
Filmed in a dimly lit Poland bar, Killer summoned up all his powers of performance to give a truly breathtaking rendition of Vanilla Ice’s smash hit Ice Ice Baby.
Whilst fellow customers clearly enjoyed the former Irish international’s talent for rapping, it’s unlikely a recording contract will be in the offing anytime soon.
See the link below to see Kevin live in concert.
As one of the original founder members of the Football League, Everton are a club steeped in history and tradition and have played more seasons in the top flight of English football than any other club. Their association with the greatest cup competition in the world has thus conjured some wonderful moments, and this offering from Sport Media celebrates a century of memories since their first FA Cup success in 1906. Celebrate a century of memories with 'Everton's FA Cup 100'. Read