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Matthew McConaughey Couldn’t Stop Thumping His Chest To Beyoncé At The CMAs

Matthew McConaughey may be like, “All right, all right, all right.”

And Beyoncé may be like, “To the left, to the left. Everything you own in a box to the left.”

But that doesn’t mean the “Wolf of Wall Street” actor isn’t a complete and utter fan of Queen Bey just like all of us.

While at the CMAs on Wednesday night, Matthew McConaughey was seen grooving to Beyoncé’s collaboration with the Dixie Chicks, as the ladies absolutely nailed a performance of “Daddy Lessons.”

Watch the video of their performance below.

But wait, what was that? Did you guys see that?

Did Matthew McConaughey thump his chest to Beyoncé?

CAN I GET AN INSTANT REPLAY, PLEASE? OR, SINCE TIME IS A FLAT CIRCLE, CAN I GO BACK IN TIME AND WATCH IT AGAIN?

Thanks, instant replay. I appreciate it.

So, he really did thump his chest.

Hold up, though. This seems really familiar, doesn’t it?

That’s because Matthew already pulled of this chest-thumping move in the coke frenzy that was “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

If you need a refresher, here’s his famous dance move from the Martin Scorsese masterpiece.

This brings up this very serious concern: Does Matthew McConaughey know how to dance in any other way?

Can someone please maybe call a dance instructor? I’m worried about him, y’all.

All kidding aside, I’m just really happy to see Matthew enjoy Queen Bey as much as I do.

Sure, I actually do dance moves that look more like this:

However, to each their own. You do you, Matthew McConaughey. I won’t judge.

Do you think Beyoncé is a fan of Matthew McConaughey? Like, does she mouth along to the lines in “Dallas Buyers Club?”

I just want them to be friends IRL. Is that too much to ask from the world?

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