Everyone has, at some point, imagined a scenario where he is an amazing singer stepping onto a stage, and wowing thousands of people with his voice.
Since we can't do that, we'll stick to the next best thing -- writing about those people who can sing -- because living vicariously through them is so much more fun.
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Also, try not to smash your phone to pieces when you come across characters from canceled shows you're still pissed about, because it is a cruel world we live in, and no one likes us having good things.
Settle down as we count down these 31 characters who you'd never expect can sing anyone back from the edge, and do it with style!
Walter Bishop (Fringe)
Yes, John Noble does sing. Walter sings his way into our hearts in an attempt to entertain a young girl in the lab. Sure, he was high on his famous strain of weed -- Brown Betty -- but that doesn't make it any less awesome.
Eliza Dooley (Selfie)
In this superb show that was taken from us way too soon, the magnificent Karen Gillan played the part of Eliza Dooley; a narcissistic yasss queen who, in the tenth episode, has her heart broken at an office party by her mentor/love interest. She goes on to get super drunk like any normal person in her shoes would, then summons the courage to get on stage and belt out a heart-wrenching rendition of Sia's Chandelier which left everyone on either side of the TV screen with jaws wide open, and a tear rolling down one chin.
Larry Paul (Ally McBeal)
There really isn't much to say about this one other than the fact that there is no greater sight than a suave-looking Robert Downey Jr singing River while playing the piano.
Jake Peralta (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
In hands down the best cold open of this show, detective Peralta leads five guys in a suspect line-up in an impromptu cover of I Want it That Way by The Backstreet Boys. It's all good though because it helps them identify the murderer amongst the guys. In the off chance that this cop thing doesn't work out, Jake can join a choir, and we're sure he'd make a killing -- not literally of course.
Joe West (The Flash)
The Arrowverse is swarming with actors who have had a chance to showcase their vocal talents on-screen before with one of the few exceptions being Joe West. Now, this probably didn't come as a shock to people who had prior knowledge of his career on Broadway but to those who were seeing him onstage with a mic for the first time on The Flash, it was one of those moments where your only reaction is "what the hell am I seeing?".
Lucy Preston (Timeless)
On Timeless Season 2 Episode 3, Lucy and the guys find themselves in 1941 at a party filled with Hollywood studio execs. Undercover as someone in the showbiz, she finds herself backed into a corner when the host requests she serenades his guest with her supposedly mesmerizing voice. I'm sure a lot of people were already screaming at their TVs for her to make an excuse and get out of there. It turns out Lucy is an undercover siren, and she had everyone in a hypnotic trance before she was done.