Ryan Reynolds singing in a unicorn costume will make your day

Anita Lyons
Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

In a truly surprising turn of events, Hollywood A-Lister Ryan Reynold’s can sing.

Appearing on a Korean competition show King of Mask Singer, while promoting his new flick Deadpool 2, the Canadian actor surprised the studio audience (and the rest of the world) with a killer rendition of ‘Tomorrow’ from Annie.

Ryan Reynolds proves he can sing on Korean singing competition ‘King Of Masks Singer’, while promoting Deadpool 2. Source: MBC Ent.

Dressed in a glittery unicorn mask (with matching cape), the audience and judges had zero idea who was underneath until the mask came off…. and they actually went bananas (video below).

The 41-year-old is the first Western contestant to appear on the show and judging the reaction on and after the show, will not be the last.

Ryan revealed himself on the competition and the audience (and judges) went nuts! Source: MBC Ent

Ryan, safely back home in New York after a whirlwind trip around the globe, has appeared with his wife Blake Lively at the premiere of his new Marvel film, and as usual, they are couple goals.

Ryan and wife, Blake Lively, attend the New York premiere of his new film Deadpool 2. Source: Getty

The star-studded event featured Ryan’s co-stars, 26-year-old Zazie Beetz, Gotham actress Morena Baccarin and Brooklyn Nine Nine’s Terry Crews.

Ryan’s co-stars of Deadpool 2 were in attendance, including, Morena Baccarin, Terry Crews and Zazie Beets. Source: Getty

If you’re thinking of seeing the new flick, however, Ryan does not want you to spoil it for everyone else.

The star posted a pic to Instagram, written by Dead pool himself, asking fans not to spoil the ending of the movie.

Ryan posted a letter on Instagram written by Deadpool himself, asking fans not to spoil the movie for others. Source: Instagram/vancityreynolds

“Only a handful of people know the film’s true plot. One of them is not Ryan Reynolds,” Ryan‘s “character” wrote.

“We’re asking that when you see Deadpool 2, you don’t say a f***ing word about the fun s**t in the movie. Cause it’d be super lame to spoil the fact that Deadpool dies in this one. Kidding. Not kidding. Kidding?”

Deadpool 2 opens in Australian cinemas on 16 May.