Daniel Sturridge left his new Sky Sports colleagues in stitches with his initiation song at Stamford Bridge.
Though Manchester United legend Roy Keane was left asking, ‘where’s it all gone wrong?’ after being less than impressed by his vocals.
Sky SportsKeane looked away as Sturridge began to sing his Sky Sports initiation song[/caption]
The former Liverpool forward was quick to ask Keane for his thoughts on his performanceSky Sports
Sky SportsHe was left in stitches by Keane’s response[/caption]
And as the show drew to a close, host Dave Jones mentioned how they ran out of time for Sturridge to perform an initiation song.
Asked what he would sing, the two-time Champions League winner was given a request by Micah Richards – Usher’s hit 1997 track ‘Nice and Slow’.
He proceeded to perform a rendition of the song, as he sung the lyrics: “It’s seven o’ clock on the dot, I’m in my drop top, cruising the streets…”
Unbeknownst to Sturridge, Keane could be seen looking awkwardly away next to him, with Richards then bursting into laughter after noticing his colleague’s reaction.
Sturridge then turned to Keane to ask whether he liked it, to which he simply stated: “It was very nice.”
The 33-year-old then cracked up as he put his arm around the Irish icon, with Richards and Jones also joining in on the laughter.
Keane then quipped: “Where did it all go wrong? Where did it all go wrong?”
Sticking up for himself, Sturridge remarked: “Sometimes you have to drop a vibe!”
Having his say, Jones praised Sturridge, as he said: “That was sensational! Wow.”
Social media was sent into meltdown over the incident, as one fan tweeted: “Keane doesn’t look pleased.”
A third added: “Keane is never agreeing to a show with Sturridge again after this.”
Meanwhile, this supporter ssid: “Daniel Sturridge is pure vibes!”