David Archuleta Can’t Play Basketball, But Can Cover Stevie Wonder

’s latest video blog features the ‘American Idol’ alum talking about what he’s been up to, including the participation in a charity basketball game, before singing ‘Ribbon in the Sky’ by Stevie Wonder a capella. “Now I think I have plenty of witnesses to back me up on this that I can’t play basketball,” the singer confessed. “Not even if it was to save my life. But it was fun. I had a good time.” Watch the video via YouTube below.

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8 thoughts on “David Archuleta Can’t Play Basketball, But Can Cover Stevie Wonder

  1. TrudyFOD says:

    Oh my gosh…David Archuleta’s latest vlog of him singing to the fans “Ribbon in The Sky” is amazing. He just blows me away how he takes time out of his day to just tweet he is going to do a version live and a capella of the song. And he songs so good. I don’t think David has to worry that he can’t play basketball — his talent definitely lies with making beautiful music!

  2. Linda says:

    David is amazing! On of the few artists who can sing anything and acapella,OMG. Can’t wait to see you on tour.

  3. casey says:

    David is an amazing singer & humanitarian. Love him!!

  4. js says:

    Love him!!!

  5. Hannah says:

    DUDE! He should do more of that!

  6. D Fan says:

    Who cares if he can play when he sings like that? Love the soulfulness. Hope he sings more of that stuff there.

  7. me says:

    WOW just WOW!!! That boy can sing!

  8. Lorri says:

    Simon Cowell should create a celebrity competition where all these famous so called singers have to leave the autotune and dubbing etc behind and just sing a capella – David would come out on top … but of course not many ‘singer’ celebs would agree to go on such a show because they’d be revealing that they can’t actually sing after all. Well done David :) Please do more soulful sounds.

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