Chris Pratt Sings a Sweet Goodbye To ‘Parks and Recreation’

For six seasons we’ve watched Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) pursue moderate-sized dreams of stardom on Parks and Recreation. His band Mouse Rat’s biggest gig to date was the Pawnee Unity Concert, where they were joined on stage by the legendary Duke Silver (Nick Offerman) to pay tribute to a beloved horse. With the delightful NBC comedy coming to an end next year (no, YOU’RE the one who’s crying!) it’s only fitting that the entire cast and crew joined together in song to say goodbye. Jesus, the final season hasn’t even started and we’re already a mess.

Pratt sang “5,000 Candles in the Wind” (affectionately known to many as “Bye-bye Li’l Sebastian”) at the Parks and Recreation wrap party on Sunday. Yes, just like when he raps Eminem, the silky sounds of Pratt’s voice bring down the house. The final season of Parks and Rec begins on Jan. 13. Get your tissues ready.

Check out one of 2014’s biggest breakout stars’ transformation from sidekick to leading man.

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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  • Chris Pratt

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Watch Pratt discuss his jump into the world of superheroes in the video below.

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