William Shatner brought his trademark spoken-word style to 'Lopez Tonight' on Wednesday, covering Cee-Lo's very not-safe-for-TV 'F**k You.' The '$#*! My Dad Says' star chose not to clean up the bitter ode to heartbreak, opting to leave the censoring to professionals.

This is far from Shatner's first foray into music, having recorded two albums in the past.

The actor first entered the music game with 1968's 'The Transformed Man,' which famously featured a spoken-word rendition of Elton John's 'Rocket Man,' following it up in 2004 with 'Has Been,' co-written and produced by Ben Folds. Watch his rendition of 'F**k You' below!