He has previously showed off his dance prowess when he nailed the Drake ‘Toosie Slide’ TikTok challenge last year.
And Anthony Hopkins showed off his smooth dance moves once again as he shared a fun video today.
The Silence of the Lambs actor, 83, smoothly popped and locked while wearing shades and a vibrant Hawaiian shirt in the bouncy clip.
The legendary actor began the performance by popping his shoulders before shaking his hands in the air.
Clearly feeling the beats move through his body, the Remains of the Day star began stepping backwards and forwards while calling out ‘hey hey!’
He then called out ‘I’m Colombian!’ as he swayed to the dance track filmed in scenic Hawaii.
In May 2020, Hopkins proved age is just a number when he busted a move and joined in on the popular TikTok ‘Toosie Slide’ challenge.
The actor shared a video to his Instagram where he danced to Drake’s hit song and tagged the rapper in the video.
He penned: ‘@champagnepapi I’m late to the party… but better late than never. @officialslystallone @schwarzenegger #toosieslidechallenge’.
After showcasing his moves, Hopkins to challenge his superstar pals to do the same.
He said to the camera: ‘Hey, Mr. Stallone, keep writing!’
He hilariously impersonated Sylvester Stallone’s iconic part of Rocky while challenging him to take part in the viral challenge.
Hopkins then shouted out Arnold Schwarzenegger’s pet donkey, Lulu, before reciting the famous Terminator line: ‘I’ll be back.’
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Few people are aware, but before Hopkins became an actor, he was a musician.
He studied music at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, graduating in 1957.
From there, he trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1960.
Hopkins wrote a waltz when he was just 19 years old, entitled ‘And The Waltz Goes On.’
Shortly after he composed the work, he served two years in the British Army.
The diversion kept him from pursuing music, and when he returned from his stint in the army he began his acting career.
He never heard the waltz performed – until now.
Watch below as Andre Rieu and His Johann Strauss Orchestra perform the beautiful piece of music for the first time ever.
Hopkins’ reaction is incredible!