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Mark Wahlberg Still Has The Touch 16 Years After Boogie Nights! Watch HERE!

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Honestly, we don't know what's MORE HIGHlarious here:

That Mark Wahlberg had the balls to re-experience one of the most AH-MAY-ZING, cringe-worthy moments from his break-out acting role, or that all of this is coming from a man who got his start in the entertainment industry as a MUSICIAN!

Either way, THANK THE LORD THAT THIS HAPPENED!

You may recall that way back in the '90s, when the now-successful-actor was still widely regarded as Marky Mark, he broke into the film world with a critically lauded performance as a '70s porn star in the movie Boogie Nights who eventually attempts - and fails - to go mainstream with his very own single, You Got The Touch!

Seriously, if you haven't seen it, you simply MUST give the scene a watch HERE!

Well apparently, it's a favorite of Jimmy Kimmel, because the late night talk show host convinced Mark - who is busy promoting his new flick Broken City - to perform one HELL OF AN ENCORE of the musical majesty as he walked on to the Live stage last night!

Man oh man, was it just as glorious as we remembered it or WHAT?!

Ch-ch-check it out for yourself (above)!

And to think, folks: that song was NOT written for the movie! It actually EXISTED prior!

Who else wants to see Mark take the power on the road?!

C'mon, boy! ENCORE!

You can even make it into a mash-up with Good Vibrations! Just saying!

LOLz!

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2 comments to “Mark Wahlberg Still Has The Touch 16 Years After Boogie Nights! Watch HERE!”

  1. caravaggio_the_humble says – reply to this


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    Absolutely unfuckingbelieveable. A genius song with genius songwriting abilities. "You've got the touch,….neh neh…neh neh…. you've got the powerrrr….neh neh……YEAH!"

  2. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Saw that movie, it was kind of weird, but if you want to see a really weird movie, check out Blue Velvet I think it is called with Dennis Hopper. Never could figure out what that movie was all about.