Sandra Bullock is a woman of many talents, as the Oscar-winning actress proved during an Oct. 12 appearance on the U.K.'s Jonathan Ross Show. The Gravity star first proved herself to be a skilled rapper by performing the 1979 hip-hop classic "Rapper's Delight."

"I mean, the sad part is I learned the words because I liked this guy in high school and I was like, ‘Next time I go to that dance I'm gonna know every word and I'm going to make sure he sees me lip syncing it. I'm going to catch his eye and I'm gonna say the words and he's gonna like me,'" she recalled. "It sadly worked."

After the audience applauded, Bullock smiled and said, "I know. I have those skills." The 49-year-old movie star then agreed to rap the Sugarhill Gang song, with a caveat. "I need some betas," she told host Jonathan Ross. "Gimme some beats, yo."

Later in the show, Bullock joined fellow guest Tom Hanks on stage as he recreated the famous piano scene from his 1998 movie Big. Though the Captain Phillips actor worried about Bullock tickling the ivories in stilettos, she assured him, "Oh, I can do ‘Chopsticks' in my heels."

She certainly can. Is there anything she can't do?!

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