It's not every day you get to see a group of fun-loving Hollywood A-listers belting out a disco classic — but it should be!
Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, 47, and "Star Trek" actor Chris Pine, 36, lead a cast of Hollywood stars through Gloria Gaynor's 1978 post-breakup anthem "I Will Survive" in a super fun mashup video produced by W magazine and Conde Nast Entertainment.
Not that McConaughey, really sings, mind you. The "True Detective" star contributes low-key musical mumbles as he chomps on gum.
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Meanwhile, Pine lets loose with bluesy whoops he sustains all throughout the video.
The actors are joined on lead vocals by a bevy of this year's Golden Globe Award winners and nominees including Andrew Garfield, 33; Emma Stone, 28; Amy Adams, 42; Taraji P. Henson, 46; and the video's only singing duo, "Manchester by the Sea" star Michelle Williams, 36, and Aussie actor Joel Edgerton, 42, star of "Loving," among many others.
The clip's most enthusiastic performer? Hands down, that honor goes to "Hidden FIgures" star Henson. The actress fiercely growls her way through the song's triumphant lyrics.
Watch the "I Will Survive" mashup video now!