Transcript for Michael Pena plays 'Tune the Beat Around' game with the 'GMA' anchors
But little known fact you're a musician, by the way. Yeah, I was a drummer for this band called Nico Vega. You guys had a hit. Yeah, we had a -- this beast that we wrote on my birthday. ??? There it is. There it is right there. Oh, wow. We're hearing it. You wrote it on your birthday which makes it even more special. You're a musician. See, the drums are very simple. I'm just doing this. It's like that little toy. That's all I'm doing. I'm acting like a drummer. Close enough. Yeah. All right. You're a musician. You're here for "Chips." Homage to the '70s so we'll play a game. We call this game -- we call it tune that beat around. Like ??? turn the beat." Tune that beat around. We have these cards in front of you. No, don't touch them yet. Now, what you'll do is you'll pick the card up. Has a name of a '70s card on it and you have to hum the song and everybody else will have to guess. Oh, my gosh, I've done this before. Michael, really? Cranium. You're in the center seat. That's the power seat. You're up first. I'm the dealer. No, don't look at the card. He's going to hum it. Guess. [ Humming [ singing "By you, Mary" in Spanish ] -- You're a musician. Robin. I get it. There you go. There you go. A little -- You're a little pitchy, Michael. I've been doing a lot of interviews. They got it earlier. They just wanted you to keep on going. That's why they did it like that. Is that it? Sara, you're up next. Don't cheat, Amy. Okay. That's why I was a drummer, by the way. Okay. ??? "Tell me something good." "Chips" in theaters tomorrow. Make sure you check it out. Thanks so much for being here,
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