Vin Diesel Dances to Katy Perry's 'Dark Horse' — And She Responds

PHOTO: Vin Diesel, left, is pictured on Aug. 28, 2013 in Westwood, Calif. Katy Perry, right, is pictured on Jan. 27, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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The idea of Vin Diesel dancing and singing for seven minutes doesn't sound that entertaining -- but Katy Perry certainly approves.

On his Facebook page, the actor has posted a video that runs about seven minutes and 30 seconds, showing him standing in a room, singing along to Perry's hit "Dark Horse," bobbing his head and jumping up and down. He continues to dance and move around and then, finally, after more than three minutes, he turns down the music, and makes an announcement.

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"Guys, I'm just, I'm excited, I'm happy and calling you guys or shouting out to you guys to say thank you," says Diesel. "Universal just called me and told me that Riddick is No. 1 on the EVD charts. There's no way in the world Riddick would have been made without you guys ... and it's a win for all of us, and really, really, really, thank you so much. Yeah, I'm excited. And, of course, Universal is also saying they want to develop the next one!"

He then says, as Juicy J does in Perry's song, "There's no goin' back," and continues to dance and occasionally rap to the song. After that, he begins talking about the Grammys, cranks up Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" and dances to that until the video ends. He captioned the video, "You know I love music."

Perry's reaction? On Twitter, she wrote, "YES VIN DIESEL." No word yet from Beyoncé.

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