WATCH: Vin Diesel covers Sam Smith's Stay with me

WATCH: Vin Diesel covers Sam Smith's Stay with me

Singer Vin Diesel, wait … no thats not right … Actor Vin Diesel has covered Sam Smith’s ‘Stay with me’ for UK’s Capital FM.

… and its the funniest thing you will watch all day.

The radio station gave the ‘Money on my Mind’ star lyrics and a backing track and here was the result.

So, what did you think?

Sam Smith reacted to the cover on Capital Breakfast saying "It's amazing. Brilliant. The falsetto!”.

"First of all I thought it was going to be good, but when I heard it it's the most hilarious thing I've heard in my life," he went on to say.

"It's so weird for me because i remember watching 'xXx' when I was like eleven years old! I definitely think we should do a duet one day, it would be amazing," finally adding.

Sam Smith and Vin Diesel duet! Now thats something we would pay to hear.

Hats off to the actor for giving it a go!

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