Aussie hunk Chris Hemsworth just did a dramatic reading of Rihanna’s “Work” during a UK radio interview. The actor, whose most popular role is of a Norse god, read the slangy duet which “drummed up a lot of feelings.”
Chris Hemsworth did a dramatic reading of Rihanna’s US number 1 hit, “Work” during an interview on BBC Radio 1, informs News.com.au. The song, whose lyrics are “Work, work, work, work, work, work, he see me do mi, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, so me put in work, work, work, work, work” stimulated a lot of feelings and past experiences, revealed Hemsworth.
According to the AV Club, “Work” is a duet helmed by Rihanna and Drake and consists of Caribbean slang and colloquial expressions. The word “work” itself figures up to 18 times in the track. “It just drummed up a whole lot of feelings, emotions and past experiences,” he jested. “It makes you just want to get to work, doesn’t it? Hear that, kids? Get a job,” he added.
Hemsworth recently revealed that he is planning to do more contemporary work. According to another interview published by News.com.au, the actor is almost ready to do an ordinary, average Joe sort of a character. “I definitely I have a yearning for something contemporary and real and simpler. That would be the focus,” explained the actor. “It’s exhausting, physically and emotionally, trying to ground the bigger films, the fantastic worlds,” he added.
Hemsworth has starred in a number of movies including “Ghostbusters” which sees him playing the role of a receptionist. He is also a part of the Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt flick, “The Huntsman: Winter War.” He has started preparing for his role as Thor in “Thor: Ragnarok.” The actor has also starred in 2013’s “Rush” and “The Cabin in the Woods,” which released in 2012.