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We know Russell Wilson has the goods to win Super Bowls, but can he star in one of his leading lady's music videos?

While traveling to the Essence Festival Saturday afternoon, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback and his fiancée Ciara decided to have some fun with an impromptu video shoot.

We don't want to spoil anything, but Russell's voice and dance moves may surprise you.

"Music Video Chronicles In The Streets Of #NewOrleans," Ciara captioned on Instagram as her main man bust out into song. "Stick To Football Fellas. @DangeRussWilson @Rob2Da_ #TheBestTimes."

Wait, he's not that bad at all. Heck, wait until you see his singing voice in an airplane. Just a couple of hours earlier, Russell belted out a '90s classic that was all caught on tape.

"Don't judge me by my hair but by the sweet lady next to me!" he wrote on Instagram while belting out a throwback tune. "#PlaneChronicles haha #SillyCrew." Is it just us, or has traveling never looked so fun?

The couple's latest travels come as fans continue to hope for a wedding sooner rather than later. While the pair is keeping their plans under wraps, there's no hiding their affection for one another.

"He inspires me with how driven he is and how committed he is to what he does. He's also so much fun. We have a good time both in-season and off-season, of course off-season we get to do a little more fun things," Ciara recently shared with E! News. "He's the same guy no matter what day of the year, no matter what time of the day."

Russell also can't help but gush about the "I Bet" singer such as when he was interviewed for Rolling Stone.

"I knew God had brought me into her life to bless her and for her to bless me and to bless so many people with the impact that she has and I have," he explained to the publication. "He has anointed both of us—he's calling for us to do something miraculous and special."

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