"Bizarre Foods" host Andrew Zimmern re-located from the kitchen to the dance floor to host some famous foodie friends Friday at his non-stop dance party.

Zimmern, who makes a living dining around the world but calls Minneapolis home, said earlier in the week that this Super Bowl would be a little different than the past 11 he's attended.

"It's like being the bride and the groom at the wedding," he said. "You don't get to eat."

But you do get to sing.

Zimmern joined the house band, The Spazmatics, during several numbers at The Mansion in Uptown as they rolled through one classic '80s tunes after another. The enthusiastic crowd included Guy Fieri, "Top Chef"'s Tom Colicchio and "Man v. Food"'s Adam Richman, as well as local-media personalities Eric Perkins and Jason DeRusha.

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