AceShowbiz - %cChris Hemsworth% recently visited BBC Radio 1 as he continued to promote his new film, "The Huntsman: Winter's War". In addition to talking about the movie, the actor gave a dramatic reading of %cRihanna%'s latest hit, "Work", during his appearance on %cNick Grimshaw%'s breakfast show.
In a video uploaded to BBC Radio 1's YouTube channel, the Australian hunk sits in front of a microphone while holding a sheet of paper with the lyrics. He looks so serious and tries not to smile as he reads the nonsensical chorus, making the lyrics of RiRi's highly-danceable track sound like something written by Shakespeare.
"I just lost myself in that," Hemsworth jokingly said after Grimshaw praised his performance. "It just drummed up a whole lot of feelings, emotions and past experiences. Makes you just want to get to work."
"Work", a collaboration with %cDrake%, is the first single lifted off Rihanna's latest album, "Anti". The song is currently spending its sixth week at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100.
Meanwhile, Hemsworth's "Huntsman: Winter's War" is hitting U.S. theaters on April 22. The sequel to 2012's "Snow White and the Huntsman" will also star %cCharlize Theron%, %cEmily Blunt%, %cJessica Chastain% and %cSam Claflin% among others.