USMagazine, Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 9:40am (PST)
Turns out Vin Diesel was among the millions inspired by Beyonce and Jay Z's hot Grammys performance, too! The "Fast and Furious" hunk posted a video to his Facebook page early Tuesday, Jan. 28 of himself singing, dancing and doing the "Surfboard" to the powerhouse singer's hit single, "Drunk In Love."
"You know I love music…" he shared with his 63 million-plus fans on Facebook, along with a 7-minute, 29-second long video. The action star starts off looking like his normal self: wearing baggy camo-printed shorts and a white tank revealing his bulging biceps. He then slowly inches away from the camera to the tune of Katy Perry's hit single "Dark Horse," and the madness ensues.
The action star twirls his right pointer finger to the ground and the video transitions to the star banging his head (like Taylor Swiftduring her Grammys performance Sunday) and shaking his stuff to Juicy J's rap.
As the song comes to an end, Vin Diesel shares a heartfelt message with his fans: "Guys, I'm excited, I'm happy," he said. "Universal just called me and said Riddick is number one on the DVD charts." He continued, "It's a win for all of us. Really really want to thank you so much…" adding, "Of course Universal said they want to develop the next one."
He then asked fans, "Did you guys see the Grammys last night? I couldn't go, I had to do work." Although he missed out on Bey and Jay's sexy "Drunk in Love" performance, the actor felt inclined to give music's royal couple a nod with his very own rendition of the song! Starting at the 4:40 mark, Vin Diesel snaps, grabs his crotch, sings along to the hit song, twirls around the room, and gives his own version of the "surfboard" dance. (The "surfboard" is a euphemism for a sexual act.)
Like Blue Ivy's parents, Perry also took to the stage Sunday -- only the pop singer dressed like a witch and was "burned" at the stake during her performance of "Dark Horse." Vin Diesel concluded his celebratory tribute in Tuesday's video with the words "All love…" scrawled across the screen.