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Stop what you're doing and have and have a listen to Jordan Mailata belting out a tune.
The Australian NFL offensive tackle was captured on camera having a little sing song at a recent Philadelphia Eagles team meeting.
And you have to admit, he's certainly got a set of pipes on him.
It's often a tradition among NFL teams to have the rookies perform some sort of show for the rest of the staff during their preseason camp.
Yet despite not being a rookie himself, Mailata grabbed the mic and stole the show with his angelic singing voice.
Mailata, who was drafted to the Eagles after a stint in the NRL, nailed every single note as he sung Chris Stapleton's hit classic "Tennessee Whiskey".
And by the sounds of it, his teammates were seriously impressed with what they were hearing.
Eagles OT Jordan Mailata has the voice of an angel. :open_mouth: :musical_note:- theScore (@theScore) August 11, 2021
(:movie_camera:: IG/sdot_bradley) pic.twitter.com/2RnwgNpEOp
Waking up to the amazing voice of Eagles starting LT Jordan Mailata- John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) August 11, 2021
Everyone needs to stop what you're doing and listen to 6'8" 350 lb Jordan Mailata sing Tennessee Whiskey at the Eagles team meeting tonight. Kid has PIPES #FlyEaglesFly- Connor Thomas (@ConnorThomas975) August 10, 2021
(h/t Brandon Graham's insta) pic.twitter.com/G6h2u5Gjjs
While the Aussie absolutely nails all the high and low notes, his Eagles teammates are gushing in the background and are clearly loving every second of the performance.
"Dayyummmm!!" Philly linebacker Shaun Bradley said in his video posted on social media.
"I felt that mf note in my soul."
When the clip of Mailata's beautiful singing voice eventually made its way onto Twitter, other fans wasted no time in re-sharing it
Let's face it, if the 6-foot-8-inch 346-pound Aussie ever gets bored of football, then a career in the music industry is probably his next stop.
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