Heidi Klum took the stage this weekend when UNICEF, a global charity organization, held a karaoke event with celebrities to raise money for a school in Africa.
At the event, Klum was set to sing “My Girl” with Smokey Robinson. He never showed up, which could've been a disaster, but things took a very positive turn.
The New York Post reported that Klum came out and told the audience the news: “Smokey stood me up. He was supposed to sing ‘My Girl’ with me."
"Will anybody else sing with me?”
Little did she know, there were other plans in motion. The host of the event suggested everybody join together in a rendition of the Village People’s "YMCA."
It turned out to be quite the star-studded performance!
Klum tweeted photos of the event showing herself and other celebrities in Village People attire. The celebrities joining Klum included Wayne Brady, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, and Castle stars Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever.
Talk about making awesome lemonade out of lemons.