John Legend belted out a Tim Tebow inspired version of his hit, Ordinary People, renamed Extra-Ordinary Tebow on ESPN's First Take Wednesday. (PHOTO: Screen Capture / YouTube / ESPN 1st Take).
The Tim Tebow show isn't over yet, even with Super Bowl Sunday around the corner.
The young quarterback can thank R&B singer John Legend and his song Ordinary People.
On Wednesday, Legend took his musical talents to ESPN's First Take, where the 33-year-old belted out a Tebow-inspired version of his hit, renamed Extra-Ordinary Tebow.
You know, people rhymes with Tebow. I wrote a song about it, Legend said, before diving into his piano-heavy tune.
In the performance, which has been viewed by more than 31,000 people on YouTube so far, Legend even gives a shout out to First Take debaters Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith, who were watching from the sidelines.
A non-stop honeymoon / Way past the infatuation phase / And now it's the Super Bowl / And while you are sitting home / Skip and Stephen debate you every day, Legend croons.
After the performance, Legend, a huge football fan, took to Twitter to plug the song.
I had an 'extraordinarily' good visit to First Take! Thanks to my debate partners @RealSkipBayless and @stephenasmith. That was fun! Legend wrote.
Ordinary People is a single from Legend's 2004 debut album, Get Lifted. The song, which peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart, earned Legend a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance the following year.
So who will Legend be cheering for come Super Bowl Sunday?
I think the Patriots are just going to be a little hungrier this time . . . I think they're tired of losing to the Giants, he said on First Take.
Low scoring, and I think by 3, Patriots win, he added.
Scroll down to watch John Legend show some love for Tim Tebow, with Extra-Ordinary Tebow.