Stephen Hawking is one of the most famous men in the world, due to both his abilities and his battle with ALS.
Recently, he has been back in the spotlight after the film ‘The Theory Of Everything’ hit cinemas and even managed to bag leading actor Eddie Redmayne an Oscar for his portrayal of the 73-year-old genius.
Hawking has also featured on the Simpsons, The Big Bang Theory and Futurama to name a few, and now has turned his hand to singing.
Hawking performed the Galaxy Song, originally sung by Eric Idle in the 1983 film Monty Python and the Meaning Of Life, and his rendition is incredible. The song is all about the insignificant worries and troubles people face – ironic really considering Hawking’s personal situation – and the self-confessed Monty Python fan recorded it for the legendary comedy ensemble’s reunion show.
You can buy it from iTunes now or just have a watch of the YouTube video.