Found June 18, 2012 on New England Sports React:

So I was gonna wait till Friday to post this video but… its just too good. It needs to be seen, so without further ado here is Tom Brady singing “Call me maybe” ! Enjoy!

I think I’m in heaven…

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- Zach Braga

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