If you're still sobbing from Grey's Anatomy's shocking ending Thursday night, let Terry Crews console you and wipe your tears away with an epic performance of Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles."

The Who Wants to Be a Millionaire host appeared on Lip Sync Battle to take on Mike Tyson, choosing Carlton's piano-infused classic. Wearing a white blazer over his bare chest, Crews channeled his inner teenybopper and absolutely slayed the 2000 hit. Lip syncing, twirling and dancing with ribbon wands, Crews showed off his best moves. Even co-host Chrissy Teigen couldn't help but join in on the ribbon dancing.

The crowd ate up his performance with a spoon, smiling and singing along with the former football player. But if you're wondering why "A Thousand Miles" came so naturally to the Old Spice spokesman, it's because he's sung it before!

Lip Sync Battle, Terry Crews

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Never forget when he appeared in the Wayans brothers' comedy, White Chicks, and didn't just lip sync! His character, Latrell, belted out the tune while on a date and even provided his own interpretive dance moves based on the lyrics LOL. We think it's safe to say that he probably loves this song in real life, or else he wouldn't be performing it all the time! Then again, can you blame him? It's a pretty legendary song.

But Crews is a man of many talents. In addition to phenomenal lip-syncing abilities, the 46-year-old Brooklyn Nine-Nine star proved he is also an avid "nip syncer." While appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the athlete-turned-actor bared his chest once more and let his nipples do the talking while host Jimmy Fallon used a green screen to appear more muscular. The pair put their pecs to work to perform Paul McCartneyand Stevie Wonder's hit "Ebony and Ivory."

Watch the video above to see just how passionate Crews gets about his favorite song! 

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