Steve Harvey‘s playlist is filled with old-school classics.
The “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” author took to Instagram on Wednesday and posted a video showing him getting glammed up before a stage appearance. As his makeup artist groomed him, Harvey began playing the song “Baby Come Back” by the rock group Player.
“I was wrong and I just can’t live without you,” the comedian dramatically sang while bopping his head to the music. He even added his own ad libs to the track, saying, “Yeah man just sitting up in here man.”
Clearly feeling his vocal skills, Harvey captioned his post, “Just a quick vibe for everyone this morning.”
Over 450,000 people viewed his post and hit the heart button.
“Go head and take it back one time Unc! Baby Come Back is the song…. When music and lyrics meant something… 💖💕”
“I love that song! Ah, the memories. 💖 Steve i love everything you do.Im Glad we have strong men in this world like you.It gives men like me hope.Thanks for all the knowledge you spread”
“Now that is an awesome tb jam you better sang dat song! Living a life full of melody ❤️ that legendary blue-eyed soul! 💪🏾”
“🔥🔥 🙌 Jam it out my man!! One of your biggest fans stuck in the Midwest Brrrr🥶 nice, this song brings back great memories. Sing it big man”
“Yesss…. sang Steve sang!!! ❤️ Oldies but Goodies💕 I listen to you every morning. Thank you for your words and knowledge. You’re so motivating 💕 real vibes Steve”
Harvey’s post comes just a few days after he celebrated his wife Marjorie Harvey for International Women’s Day. He posted a photo of his wife of 12 years to his IG page and sent her and his female followers some love.
“Today I honor the most special group on planet earth, WOMEN … the one group who is responsible for every single human life ever made in the world … Past present and future …. I honor and thank you. For your amazing accomplishments,” he wrote.
Fans, along with Marjorie, gushed over his sweet message. The fashionista sent her husband a few kiss emojis, while one fan called his post “sweet” and another fan thanked him for his “genuine” words.