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West Ham United star Declan Rice has fulfilled his promise after taking part in the ‘Sing Your Dialect’ space on Twitter last night.

You may be wondering – what on earth is ‘Sing Your Dialect’?!

Twitter user @jacobbmc2 has started hosting spaces on Twitter where people from around the word join in and sing to the world.

Think of it as social media meets a karaoke bar where anybody can appear ‘on stage’.

Celebrities have been getting involved in this trend, and West Ham star Rice has been eyeing up a slot.

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West Ham star Rice belts out ‘Rice Rice Baby’

Rice took to Twitter to hint that he would be singing on Sing Your Dialect on Tuesday night.

Sure enough, Rice went live around 11pm last night as he gave a rendition of ‘Ice Ice Baby’ by Vanilla Ice.

Of course, Rice had to change the words to chant about himself, instead singing ‘Rice Rice Baby’ to the world.

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Twitter reacts to Rice singing

Rice’s rendition of course has Twitter buzzing, with the West Ham star celebrating his performance.

Pundit Jamie Carragher called Rice’s performance ‘brilliant’ whilst Arthur Masuaku simply said ‘this guy’.

West Ham’s official account were all over it too, with many other players surely wanting to follow in Rice’s footsteps with an appearance on Sing Your Dialect.

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