A HOLLYWOOD superstar stunned pub-goers as he belted out an Irish classic on a night out.
Pirates Of The Caribbean actor Orlando Bloom, 46, made an impromptu visit to a boozer in Windsor on St Patrick’s Day, where a live band was in full swing.
Orlando – appearing eager to get involved – jumped on the stage adorned with Irish flags.
A video showed the actor – who comes from a musical household with partner Katy Perry, 38, – wearing a baseball cap and dark hoodie taking the microphone.
In as deep, gravelly voice he belted out Irish song She Moved Through The Fair.
He could be heard singing the lyrics: “It will not be long, love, till our wedding day.”
Former Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark told how he had been in the pub at the time.
He took to his Twitter page to write: “To my mate:
“I’m fairly p***ed but I’m sure that’s Orlando Bloom belting out an Irish tune…
Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: “This has made my day haha. Love that man.”
A second put: “Should’ve asked him when his missus is releasing new music.”
A third then put: “Sharing that voice publicly takes a certain amount of chutzpah … or alcohol. Bless him. He needs to stick to his day job.”
His performance came hot on the heels of a photoshoot where he flashed his abs.
In an interview with Flaunt magazine to accompany the fashion shoot, the British actor — worth around £30million — offers a less-than-positive view of being a celeb.
“It’s like getting into a burning vehicle, right?” Orlando explains.
“Like, OK, just make sure you got a safety team, because you’ve got to have a fire-retardant suit on, a helmet, the gloves, you’ve got to get into the suit and everyone’s going to go, ‘Oh my god, it’s on fire, look at it’.
“Anyone who tells you different, I think, has maybe drunk the Kool-Aid, or bought the wrong ticket, because it’s a job.”
Orlando, who has starred in The Lord Of The Rings franchises, also credits Buddhism for helping him not to feel jealous of other stars in Tinseltown.
Last year, Katy revealed she and Orlando were in couple’s therapy.
On Chelsea Handler‘s podcast episode, she said it was due to “resentment issues.”
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