Dr. Drew Pinsky is a man of many skills -- longtime radio host, addiction therapy specialist, fixture on reality docuseries – but did you know he can also sing?
The 57-year-old Loveline host attended the Los Angeles Kings game against the Edmonton Oilers at the Staples Center in Downtown L.A. on Saturday, and stepped out onto the ice to sing the American "National Anthem," with an operatic twist.
While singers usually perform the classic song a capella, Pinksy was accompanied by the King's organist for his skillful rendition, which was met with resounding applause.
Pinksy's wife, Susan, proudly took to Instagram to share photos from the special event-- posting this collage of her man in action, calling it "a glorious night" in the caption.
Also at the game were Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Colin Hanks, who frequently attend L.A. Kings games to show their support.
Wilson, 59, shared a pic to Instagram of herself and her husband at the game which she posted "because the guys photobombing us asked us to."
After the game, the two-time Oscar winning actor actually got hit by an errant hockey stick. As a player for the Kings boosted his stick over the glass partition to give to a fan, Hanks accidentally ended up getting knocked in the head.
An eyewitness tells ET that the 59-year-old star laughed off the incident as he walked out with his wife and son.
For more awesomeness from Hanks and Wilson, check out the video below where the Bridge of Spies star explains why he would love to join his wife when she goes on tour to promote her new album.