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First it was a season on NBC’s The Voice and now Usher is returning to the small screen again, this time for Sesame Street.
The singer, who has two kids of his own, appeared on the long-running kids’ show to help teach children their ABC’s.
He sings a song to help viewers learn the alphabet, which includes lyrics such as “Move your body to the letters/ You know it’s true/ ‘Cause the ABCs are moving you,” Vibe notes.
Usher grooves with Grover, Murray Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby, showing you can associate letters with certain phrases.
E! Online notes Usher sings D is to "duck down," E is "elbows out" and more. He even incorporated his signature phrase, singing “Y is for Yeahman!”
Usher has two sons; Usher Raymond V and Naviyd with his ex-wife Tameka Foster. He has primary custody of them, although Foster tried to change that after a pool accident over the summer to no avail.
Watch Usher on Sesame Street below: