Miami Heat's Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh And More Do Karaoke For Charity

News & Views | Bené Viera | 01/28/2014 | 01:49 PM EST

Miami Heat players get their Jodeci on during karaoke charity event

A few of last year’s NBA Championship winners have another talent in addition to basketball: performing Jodeci hits on stage.

The Miami Heat hit up The Fillmore Miami Beach for South Beach Battioke 2014 last night to sing karaoke for a good cause. Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem hit the stage as "The Heatles."

The trio went all out for their Jodeci performance with open plaid shirts and ripped jeans. Lebron James was even on one knee posing with the mic in his hand. They also did Robin Thicke's summer smash "Blurred Lines."

James Jones
did a Sisqo impersonation in what appear to be black leggings. He went topless for his moment of glory. Chris Bosh got the crowd on their feet with his performance of “The Humpty Dance.” He went all out with a humpty hat.

For the karaoke grand finale the entire team did Lil Jon’s "Get Low."

Gabrielle Union
was by her man’s side and even did a rendition of Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places.” Savannah James and Adrienne Bosh were there to support their hubbies.

Proceeds from the annual karaoke event go to Shane Battier's Take Charge Foundation. Seems like a good time was had by all.

(Photos: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images)

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