Antonio Banderas has moves.
The actor, 59, was in Malaga, Spain on Saturday for the Goya Awards where he wowed the audience in a gold outfit and top hat as he hit the stage with the ACL touring group for a precision dance performance.
Banderas proved that he had been clearly practising the routine as he hit every leg kick and top hat trick.
And not only did he dance, he also knew all the words to the song. If the Rockettes ever need a back-up, they know who to call.
The night didn’t end there, Banderas’ film “Pain and Glory” took home seven awards including Best Male Actor for Banderas.
The other wins included Best Supporting Actress for Julieta Serrano, Best Director for Pedro Almodóvar, as well as Best Original Screenplay.
“Pain and Glory” also gained Banderas his first Oscar nomination which takes place on Feb. 10.