Who Knew Timothée Chalamet Singing About a Tiny Horse Could Be a Bop?

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Who knew Timothée Chalamet could sing? We already knew he could act, rap, and play the piano, but during his hosting stint on Saturday Night Live on Dec. 12, he showed off his vocal prowess in a sketch about a tiny horse. As the son of a family on hard times at a farm, Chalamet's character realizes he has to sell his best friend, and what follows is one of the best uses of claymation we think we've ever seen. Chalamet really puts his heart and soul into "Tiny Horse," and we'd be lying if we said it didn't tug at our heartstrings. Then again, seeing Chalamet yell at a tiny horse struggling to run away because of its tiny little legs is one of the funniest things we've seen in a while. You can watch the full clip above to get lyrics like, "There he is, my tiny horse," stuck in your head for the foreseeable future.