Corey Feldman Returns to the 'Today' Show for Another Bizarre Performance
"We're doing something new that hasn't been done before," the '80s film actor says.
Corey Feldman returned to the Today show Thursday morning to talk about his last, headline-making visit and to perform another song off his latest album, Angelic 2 the Core.
This time around, the 45-year-old actor, best known for his work in numerous, memorable '80s films, was dressed in white and gold — last time it was all black. He was once again surrounded by his all-female band, dressed as angels, called Corey's Angels.
Last time he was on the show, Sept. 16, Feldman went viral with his singing and dancing performance of "Go 4 It."
"We're doing something new that hasn't been done before," Feldman told Today's Tamron Hall on Thursday. "But it's all about innovation and being an artist, and we can't be afraid to share our art." He then proceeded to sing "Take a Stand." And yes, there was dancing once again.
Before he began, Feldman said he was upset about the negative feedback he received from his last appearance on Today but was lifted by compliments from Pink, Miley Cyrus and Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris.
As he did in the "Go 4 It" performance, Feldman shed a few layers of clothing and, at one point, waved a mini American flag.
Watch Feldman's latest appearance below: