Chris Pine Talks First Concert Experiences And Raps ‘Ice, Ice Baby’ On ‘Kimmel’

Chris Pine appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Thursday night and spent most of the show geeking out over his favourite music.

The “Wonder Woman” star was at the Forum in Los Angeles last week for the Chris Cornell tribute concert, which Jimmy Kimmel hosted, and talked about how excited he was to see Metallica, one of his all-time favourite bands.

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Pine admitted to having “one too many” drinks and trying to strike up a debate with the heavy-metal rockers about the best drummer in the world. “[The discussion] could have been with myself, I’m not quite sure,” he laughed. “I think they all may have left at that point.”

Kimmel then started chatting with the “I Am the Night” actor about their first concerts, as well as Pine’s high school band, which he was in with his math teacher and English teacher.

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Pine’s first concert was Faith No More, with support from Kyuss and Babes in Toyland. Kimmel topped that though by revealing he went to see Sammy Davis Jr. in Vegas when he was nine years old — though he lost some cool points when he confessed to going to see Lionel Richie with his mother.

To finish off the music talk with a bang, Pine bust out an impromptu performance of Vanilla Ice’s “Ice, Ice Baby”, apparently the first song he learned all the lyrics to. He’s still got it.

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