The Rock delivers ‘greatest moment in live TV history’ on Pat McAfee’s show with incredible Moana rap as viewers go wild

WWE legend Dwayne Johnson has left TV viewers in awe after a jaw-dropping rap performance during the Pat McAfee Show.

The Rock, 51, appeared on the popular ESPN show on Friday live from Boulder, Colorado.

The Rock left TV viewers in awe after dropping a rap performance during the Pat McAfee Show

The Rock continued to rap as Pat McAfee (pictured right), fellow host AJ Hawk, the rest of the show’s hosts, and the Colorado crowd were hyped

During the hour-long interview, McAfee sang a snippet of “Your Welcome,” a song that The Rock sang and rapped as the character Maui in the 2016 hit animated children’s movie Moana.

That caused The Rock to sing one of his lines: “What can I say except you’re welcome.”

When one of the hosts, Digs, mentioned the movie, The Rock hilariously cut him off and continued to rap his movie character’s lines.

“Honestly I could go on and on.

“I could explain every natural phenomenon.”

“The tide, the grass, the ground.”

“Oh, that was Maui just messing around.”

The Rock continued to rap as McAfee, fellow host AJ Hawk, the rest of the show’s hosts, and the Colorado crowd were hyped.

Then, the 51-year-old star finished his rap lines: “Look where I’ve been
I make everything happen.

“Look at that mean mini-Maui just tickety-tappin.”

The crowd and the TV crew then cheered and clapped after The Rock’s performance.

McAfee would dap up The Rock and say: “Still got it.”

And TV viewers went ballistic over the WWE icon’s rap.

One said: “Greatest moment in live TV history.”

Another wrote: “This is so cool.”

And a third added: “My lord. What a legend!”

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