South Korean pop star Psy is taking over the world with his K-Pop smash "Gangnam Style." It seems like everyone is trying to do the "horse dance" Psy created for the video - everyone including "Wolverine" star Hugh Jackman. The singer, dancer and actor took some time to learn the dance from the man himself - and he even did it in full Wolverine gear.
"Had a great time with @RealHughJackman," Psy tweeted, along with a photo of the pair together.
"Slicing gangnam style!" Jackman added. "Great to meet @psy_oppa who visited set yesterday."
Jackman isn't the only celeb getting in on this trend. Seems like everyone in Hollywood has gone "Gangnam Style."
The Jonas Brothers
The three singing Jonas Brothers admitted they can't get enough of the infectious pop song.
"We met him and he wants to have a drink with us," Nick Jonas told Fuse recently. Could a collaboration be in the works?
"There's a lot of people that have opened the door. We're close with [Korean K-Pop label] JYP and with his group the Wonder Girls. I think K-Pop is awesome," Joe Jonas added in the same interview.
Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber is on the "Gangnam Style" train - and he better be, considering his manager Scooter Braun is now managing Psy's career in the United States.
"We just made a phone call and I talked to him and said 'Hey, so many people asked did you meet Justin Bieber?'" Psy told The Hollywood Reporter of Bieber. "What he told me was he is really good at the dancing, my one, the horse dance."
Surprisingly, Britney Spears is one of the first stars to jump on the "Gangnam Style" train with a tweet in early September.
''I am LOVING the video - so fun! Thinking that I should possibly learn the choreography. Anybody wanna teach me?'' she tweeted.
She ended up learning the dance from the man him, thanks to Ellen DeGeneres. The talk show host brought out the star while Spears was a guest on the show and then proceeded to show her the dance.
His instructions? ''Bounce like you are riding an invisible horse.''
Do you think Psy will make it in the United States, or is just a one-hit wonder?
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