Gabrielle Union: I've Made a Ton of Bad Decisions in Relationships

01/28/2014 at 04:30 PM EST

Gabrielle Union: I've Made a Ton of Bad Decisions in Relationships
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union
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The couple that sings together, stays together.

Gabrielle Union and fiancé Dwyane Wade sang karaoke for a cause Monday at South Beach Battioke at the Fillmore Miami Beach, which benefitted Shane Battier's Take Charge Foundation.

Union strutted her stuff to "I've Got Friends in Low Places" while reigning NBA MVP LeBron James sang "Back That A–– Up" and brought the house down when he, Wade, and Udonis Haslem grooved to Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines." The Hangover star Ken Jeong also made an appearance with a convincing Guns N Roses rendition.

Prior to showing off her country side on stage, Union opened up to PEOPLE about the overwhelming support she's received since announcing her engagement.



"For everyone who's kind of given up, and is maybe a little older and it's the second time around, I think everyone kind of feels like it's their wedding and we're all in this together," she explained.

Of the twosome's wedding plans, the Being Mary Jane star joked, "He's in charge. I'll just get a save the date and ... see what happens."

Happily engaged since December, Union said she is still able to relate to her character's questionable relationship judgement saying, "I'm divorced, so I've made a ton of bad decisions in relationships."
– Becky Randel



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