Chris Hemsworth dances on Miley Cyrus’s song Wrecking Ball with kids

Chris Hemsworth Miley Cyrus

Chris Hemsworth Miley Cyrus

Chris Hemsworth might play the Asgardian God of thunder in Avengers, but there is a different side of him at home. But after a long day of combat, Thor needs to let his hair down and get in touch with his inner Asgardian.

The hilarious video has Chris really getting into "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus, who happens to be dating his brother Liam Hemsworth. Even Cyrus approves. The singer posted the video to Twitter along with some loving heart emojis. Recently, the 34-year-old actor posted a video on Twitter, in which he can be seen dancing with his attractive kids. "Never work with Kids or Animals". The video shows the actor dancing around the house with his kids and the family dog.

Hemsworth's video has since garnered more than 22,000 retweets.

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Hemsworth denied in the interview that Liam and Cyrus had Wednesday in secret. "I'm insisting constantly. I'm like, 'When's the performance coming?' But she's just a lot of fun".

Maybe the next time Chris Hemsworth and his kids have a family dance party, they should consider inviting Miley Cyrus over to sing for them in person.

"There's just so much to unpack here?"

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