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Hollister twins channel Ed Sheeran for 'Sports Illustrated' talent contest
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Patriots fans who can't wait for Ed Sheeran to get to Gillette Stadium next year were just given the perfect gift.
It may be a surprise to Patriots fans but Jacob and Cody Hollister have some hidden talents. The twins are gifted musicians, with Cody rocking out on guitar and both singing, so when 'Sports Illustrated' announced its NFL Most Valuable Performer contest, they didn't hesitate to pull together a duet.
For the contest that allows NFL players to submit videos of them performing off-the-field talents, Jacob and Cody brought out the guitar for a cover of "Make it Rain" by Ed Sheeran [insert fire emoji here].
And with soulful harmonizing, the brothers kill it. You can check it out for yourself in the video below.
The Most Valuable Performer is a chance for players from across the league to showcase their talents, including juggling, violin and piano. Fans have a chance to vote online, and the lucky players who advance will participate in a talent competition on CBS.