Best duet ever? Robert Pattinson and Katy Perry took their (very platonic) friendship to the next level during an unforgettable and very repeat-worthy karaoke session singing Boyz II Men's "I'll Make Love to You." In a newly released video -- with drinks in hand -- the British hunk and "Roar" singer tried their best to belt out the sexy tune during a night out at karaoke club Dimples in Burbank, Calif., a few years back.
In the clip, Pattinson, 27, and Perry, 29, sing the romantic tune in front of an enthusiastic crowd. At one point, John Mayer's love -- referencing the song's lyrics -- announces the chair she's sitting in is "too high to make love," as Pattinson replies, "Sit on my lap."
The two friends may have chemistry while performing, but the Hollywood A-listers have been quick to debunk rumors that they've previously hooked up. In August, the Prism singer told Elle U.K. in its September 2013 issue that they've never crossed that line. "Okay, so here's the proof there was never anything going on with me and Robert Pattinson. I fart in front of him," she said. "Properly fart. And I never, ever fart in front of a man I am dating. That's a rule."
She added: "He's my bud, I'm like his big sister. We just hang out. The other day, I said: 'One of the things I'm most proud of is not sleeping with you, Robert.' And that's true."
Indeed, when rumors began to swirl about the two canoodling shortly after his split from Kristen Stewart in May, Perry contacted his Twilight ex to set the record straight. "I sent her a text message saying: 'I know you've seen all this stuff but you know I would never disrespect you. I'm not that person,'" she continued to Elle U.K. "'I'm just trying to be a friend to him but it is unfortunate that I do have a set of tits.'"