Jamie Dornan Lifting Weights To 'Mamma Mia' Songs Is The Only Thing You Need Today
We've all been watching eagerly at what our fave actors and musicians have been up to during the pandemic. From Henry Cavill building a computer to Judi Dench's TikTok adventures with her grandson, there's been plenty of behind-the-scenes footage of celebs having a bit of fun and letting us in on the joke too.
Now, in news that's sure to cheer you up, it turns out that actor Jamie Dornan loves a cheesy tune as much as the rest of us.
Yes, that's right, the Northern Irish actor loves a dance tune so much that he recently posted a clip of himself working out to an Abba tune.
In the video, posted on Jamie's Instagram, the Fifty Shades of Grey actor can be seen lifting weights to the soundtrack of Dancing Queen from the Mamma Mia musical.
Check out the video in all its glory below:
The star captioned the swoon-worthy vid: "If you don't workout listening to songs from musicals you're getting it ALL wrong." We'd quite agree, Jamie!
In it, Jamie comes into a shot of a Peloton bike (not that we needed convincing the actor works out tbh), with a kettlebell, which he then proceeds to lift, complete with a sweat.
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At the end of the short clip, the actor looks to camera - and we can't help but fall for his rugged looks!
Jamie shot to fame after starring in The Fall in 2013 and also appeared as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades franchise from 2015 to 2018.
It was turned into a successful Hollywood film in 2008, starring Amanda Seyfried and Meryl Streep.
A sequel to the film, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, was released in 2018, with Seyfried returning to her role fo Sophie and Cher cast as her grandmother. Streep also made a cameo appearance in the film as Sophie's mother.
If ever there's a third film planned, we'll be the first to suggest Jamie Dornan as a potential new love rival for Skye!
In the meantime, though, we're left wondering what song Jamie will work out to next.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/ Jamie Dornan