Kevin McKidd to Showcase Musical Talents?

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Get ready to see an entirely new side of Kevin McKidd.

According to Fancast, Owen croons a bluesy tune when Kevin makes a tiny cameo in the final, January 21 installment of the Seattle Grace: On Call webisodes.

But try not to read too much into it, he says.

"It kind of ties in loosely with the [Grey's Anatomy] episode airing that night – but very loosely,” McKidd said, noting that the tune he was given to sing was “a really nice number” – and, more importantly, written by someone other than himself.

“Initially they asked me to write something,” he said, “and I was like, ‘There’s no way I’m going to sit on network TV and sing a song I wrote in my bedroom.’”

Owen, Teddy, and Richard

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I've read elsewhere that KimaRaver is joining GA as a season regular. I am not surprised

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K McK looks great in a toga, love'Rome'

Anja

Love McHotredhaired dude! Nothing's better then a redhaired doc with a matching guitar:)

Owentina

He's a hot doc AND plays the guitar, you gotta love Kevin.
i can't wait for you cameo!!!

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