Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry surprised a huge crowd attending Paramore concert at the Chase Center on Monday night. The four-time NBA champion took the stage and joined lead singer Hayley Williams to perform the hit song 'Misery Business' from their 2007 album 'Riot'.
The video has gone viral on social media where the 35-year-old Warriors star surprised Paramore fans by appearing on the stage. Curry took the mic and performed alongside Williams as the two-time NBA MVP walked up to the edges of the stage and also leaned toward the crowd last night in San Francisco.
Williams introduced Curry to the crowd and said, "So look, you know us and Steph, we go back a few years. And tonight is our reunion. Tonight we’re going to sing something together. And listen, from the moment Steph takes the mic, this is no longer a Paramore show, this is a Steph Curry show."
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After canceling a show on July 22 two hours before its beginning due to illness at the Chase Center, the Paramore concert took place on August 7. During lead singer Williams' mid-performance interaction with the crowd, she told the fans about being still sick, however, got some help in singing from Curry.
Steph Curry finishes 8th 'Curry Camp'
Meanwhile, Stephen Curry recently finished the eighth edition of his annual 'Curry Camp', a basketball training camp for the country's top high school ballers. Curry took to X and wrote, "Another year, another unbelievable #CurryCamp 🙌🏽 8 years in, and we just getting started. Appreciate the support from everyone who makes this possible."
During the camp, Curry offered words of wisdom for the campers and said, "The hardest thing to do is fight through fatigue, all the while maintaining a sense of competitiveness, and communication, that’s the biggest thing." He also stated, “I felt like I was the loudest one on this court down here and that’s a problem, alright? We need everybody to talk, especially if you’re trying to build a team or lead a team."