Corey Feldman sings on the 'Today' show - UPI.com

09/18/2016

The 45-year-old, former child star -- whose films include The Lost Boys, Gremlins, The Goonies and Stand By Me -- appeared on the morning program to promote his latest album Angelic 2 the Core.

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NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UPI) -- Actor and musician Corey Feldman sang his song "Go 4 It" with his band on Friday's edition of NBC's Today show.

"OH WELL! I GUESS THE ANGELS N I DID R JOBS #GO4IT ⚡️ "People can't stop talking about Corey Feldman's performance," Feldman tweeted after he and the show were trending on social media, following the musical set.

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OH WELL! I GUESS THE ANGELS N I DID R JOBS #GO4IT ⚡️ "People can't stop talking about Corey Feldman's performance"https://t.co/EplvdQSduO

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