Rob Lowe Spinning, Shirtless, & Singing 'Sound of Music': This Is Just One of Our Favorite Things (VIDEO)

rob loweSo, how did you spend your Saturday night? Because Rob Lowe spent his spinning and singing "The Hills Are Alive" naked (okay, probably just shirtless) and that's a pretty darn magical Saturday night at home. You will want to see the video he shared on Twitter. Oh yes. You will want to see it.


'Memba last summer when Lowe did that amazing Shark Week promo? Well he's back, and as far as we're concerned this is the Viral Video of Summer 2015™. Who knows what possessed Lowe to put this all together: Spinning, The Sound of Music, no clothes. He's been sober 25 years, so we know it wasn't booze or alcohol. Clearly he is high on LIFE and SUMMER and MUSIC, and that is all you need.

Okay, actually, Lowe wasn't singing so much as lip-syncing with the app Dubsmash. I'm still inspired. I've spent most of 2015 collecting videos, gifs, and memes that express irritation. But this? This is brilliant. Now I can use it to express unfettered joy! Think of all the opportunities we'll have this summer to use Rob Lowe singing "The Hills Are Alive" to show how elated we are at the moment.

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These are a few of my favorite summer things:

1. When I walk out of the heat and into an air-conditioned building.

2. When I smell linden blossoms on the street, not garbage.

3. When I decide to let the humidity do my hair for me.

4. When I take that first sip of my iced coffee.

5. When I have cocktails at a rooftop bar.

6. When I eat an ice cream cone.

7. When I find shade from the sun.

8. When I wake up after the sun has risen, not before.

9. When I leave my home without gloves, a hat, a scarf, and a coat on. 

10. When I leave for vacation.

Or maybe you have more exciting plans for the summer? As far as I'm concerned, it's the little things that fill me with joy. And I'm glad Rob Lowe is here to help celebrate them.


Image via Rob Lowe/Twitter

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