Ryan Reynolds competes on a Korean singing show disguised as a unicorn

The 'Deadpool' star surprises everyone when he competes on a Korean singing show, 'King of Mask Singer' disguised as a unicorn!

                            Ryan Reynolds competes on a Korean singing show disguised as a unicorn
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While Ryan Reynolds was overseas doing press for 'Deadpool 2', he decided to appear on a Korean singing show disguised as a unicorn. He was seen in a colorful, glittery mask with a rainbow cape and no one in the audience had the faintest idea that it was actually Reynolds. 

As Reynolds sang the lyrics of "Tomorrow" from Annie, the video has taken the internet by storm and has got millions of views. When Reynolds finally took the mask off, the audience completely lost its mind. 

"Hello, everybody. I'm so sorry about that song. I was wearing an adult diaper!" said Reynolds.

After the performance, he thanked the show for having him and told the audience, "This was such a thrill. This was an unbelievable honor for me, you guys pushed me to my own limits and I thank you for that. It's just the best." The singing show is known as 'King of Mask Singer'.

Fans from all around the world were delighted to see the video and Reynolds and took to various social media platforms to comment on the humorous video. 

Reynolds has been able to teach himself how to express his emotion while wearing a mask for the 'Deadpool' franchise, a skill which may have paid off for Reynolds' surprise singing performance. Reynolds spoke on ITV's Lorraine and shared that "anxiety does not discriminate" after his co-star Zazie Beetz shared her struggles.

"It destigmatizes when you talk about it and your sort of look at people in a profession that looks glamorous and amazing and you think they have everything on. But it [anxiety] doesn’t discriminate. It affects everyone," Ryan shared. 

In the year 2017, in an interview with Variety, Ryan shared that it was his wife Blake Lively who helped him deal with all the stress and emotions of working on the first Deadpool movie. "Blake helped me through that,’ he said. ‘I’m lucky to have her around just to keep me sane," he revealed.