Frank Sinatra Is Reborn! Chris Pine Debuts His Amazing Voice In A Flawless Duet With Barbra Streisand

Date January 25, 2019

Actor Chris Pine is a man of many talents. The actor who first captured hearts in Princess Diaries and made a romantic heartthrob comeback in Wonder Woman, recently snuck in a Frank Sinatra move while we weren't looking.


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Duet with Barbra Streisand

In 2016, the hot actor and Barbra Streisand released a duet together. Pine says when he got the call to feature on the song, he flattered himself by thinking it was an album they were making. But even when he realized it was just a song, he still could not control himself

Right up to the moment when they were recording the song in London, Pine says he had to keep reminding himself that this wasn't a dream.


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He was really recording a duet with Streisand.

The return of Frank Sinatra?

The song, a mash between I'll Be Seeing You / I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face is perfect and anyone who hears it is instantly in awe of Chris Pine's singing voice.

No one expects the Hollywood hottie's voice to sound anything other than half-decent. But the joke's on them. See reactions:

@Remy Azhary Yosef:

Is it just me or does Chris Pine sound like Sinatra?

@Maggie Alegre:

Is it my imagination or does he croon like Frank Sinatra?


Chris pine needs to play Sinatra

@Lucas Ferreira da Silva:

If Scorsese's still doing the Sinatra biopic, that's the perfect guy to play the voice.

@Dr Sargunan Sockalingam:

Did I just hear Frank Sinatra......okay I looked at the comments. I did.

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Since the song was released, Pine has become a sensation and people online can't stop comparing him to the legendary Frank Sinatra.

Watch him rap

Don't be fooled though. Chris Pine is not an oldie at heart. He can also drop some bars. Just days ago, while talking to Jimmy Kimmel about the first concerts he went to as a kid, he snuck in a mini-performance of the first songs he learned.

Fans weren't expecting it, but the actor began to flawlessly rap the lines to Vanilla Ice's Ice, Ice Baby. This man is full of surprises, isn't he?!

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