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Vin Diesel Danced to Katy Perry's 'Dark Horse' and Beyonce's 'Drunk in Love'

January 28, 2014 (11:48 pm) GMT
In celebration to his 'Riddick' DVD going number one, the actor busted moves to the Grammy songs.
Vin Diesel Danced to Katy Perry's 'Dark Horse' and Beyonce's 'Drunk in Love'

showed his fans that he is not only rock hard actor but also hard rocking one. On Tuesday, January 28, the "" star posted a video of him busting moves to ' collaboration with husband , "Drunk in Love", as well as 's "Dark Horse".

The black and white video started with Diesel adjusting the camera and him mouthing the lyrics to "Dark Horse" while dancing. He banged his head and stuck his tongue out before telling fans why he was in such a good mood.

"Guys, I'm excited, I'm happy," the actor said. "Universal just called me and said Riddick is number one on the DVD charts. It's a win for all of us. Really really want to thank you so much ...Of course Universal said they want to develop the next one."

Before he launched the Beyonce song, Diesel asked fans, "Did you guys see the Grammys last night? I couldn't go, I had to do work." He then gave away his rendition of the song and even did the "surfboard" dance. The video ended with the words "All love".

Diesel had previously displayed his love of music in a video posted last September when he did a karaoke to 's single "Stay".



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