'Pretty Little Liars' Star Ian Harding's Singing Will Make You Beg For A Cover Album — VIDEOS
Talk about a man of many talents. When he isn't busy strutting his stuff as Ezra Fitz on Pretty Little Liars, Ian Harding is showcasing his singing abilities. That's right, the 29-year-old actor is quite the singer. If you follow Harding's PLL co-star Keegan Allen on Snapchat, then you know that the man who brings Toby Cavanaugh to life loves to share snaps of Harding singing random songs. So, it's time to honor him by putting together a list of videos of Ian Harding singing that not only will make his fans swoon, but will make them realize that he needs to make a cover album, stat.
I'm content with the behind-the-scenes footage some of the PLL casts shares via Snapchat, but being able to watch Harding sing is really the cherry on top. Granted, most of the time he's just messing around and kind of making a fool of himself in a hilariously good way. However, behind that goofiness, it's clear he has a really good voice. Here's hoping Ezra will serenade Aria in an upcoming episode.
Until then, let's bask in the gloriousness that is Harding covering popular songs. You won't be able to help but watch on repeat, because he is just that good.
When He Channeled "Boyz II Men"
I'm pretty sure Allen meant Harding is busting out All-4-One's "I Swear," unless Boyz II Men has their own version of the '90s hit that I don't know about? Whatever the case, Harding still does it justice. Also, I would love to hear him sing some Boyz II Men. "I'll Make Love To You" would be a great choice.
When He Turned The Beat Around
Clearly, Gloria Estefan's "Turn The Beat Around" brings out the best in Harding's singing voice. As Allen says in the video, "That's amazing, though, Ian." Agreed, Keegan. Agreed. Check it out here.
When He Just Wanted To "Shut Up And Dance"
And here I thought I couldn't fall even more in love with the Walk the Moon song than I already am.
When He Couldn't "Let It Go"
How adorable is that? I. Need. More.
When He Sang To Lucy Hale
Yass, Ian. Yass.
So, Ian, when should fans expect the release of your cover album?