Watch: Vanilla Ice brings back ‘Ice Ice Baby’ on DWTS

Vanilla Ice performs on NBC's "Today" show during the "I Love The 90's" morning concert at Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, April 29, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

LOS ANGELES (WTNH) — All right stop. Collaborate and listen, Ice is back with a brand new invention.

Well not exactly new, Vanilla Ice, also known as Robert Matthew Van Winkle, brought back the moves from his hit song ‘Ice Ice Baby’ on Monday night’s season premier of Dancing With The Stars.

Ice and his dance partner Whitney Carson only had one week to rehearse their performance to the 1989 throwback and nailed it.

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Originally after Carson told Ice they were going to perform his song but he seemed nervous to do it.

“No! That scares me. I could humiliate myself to my own song.”

He stepped up and delivered a funny and entertaining performance that had people raving about it on social media.

You can catch Dancing With The Stars on News 8 Monday nights 8|7 c. 

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