Together with artist Kalib Lindey he flexed his vocal chords at the 2nd Annual Rob Pruitt Art Awards in Webster Hall.
Actor and future Oscars co-host James Franco tested his musical skills on club-goers in New York on Wednesday, December 8 night when he took the stage to perform a duet with artist Kalib Lindey.
The "Spider-Man" star, who will present February's Academy Awards with Anne Hathaway, attended the 2nd Annual Rob Pruitt Art Awards at Manhattan nightspot Webster Hall. And he sent the crowd into a frenzy when he took to the mic and joined Lindey for a rousing duet during the prizegiving.
Franco recently admitted he is contemplating showing off his vocal talents during the Oscar broadcast on February 27, saying, "I might just sing at the Academy Awards."
The actor is on top of his game after critics lauded his performance in Danny Boyle's drama thriller "127 Hours".