Spreading holiday cheer! Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson channels Elvis for annual Rock The Troops special
He is all about giving back this holiday season.
And Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's annual Rock The Troops special is just the latest in a long line of holiday cheer the actor has been spreading.
The 44-year-old shakes his booty singing Jailhouse Rock, while dressed up as Elvis and flirting with a group of female soldiers, accepting beautiful leis from them.
Giving Back! Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, 44, hosted his annual Rock the Troops special set to air on Spike TV on December 13
The Moana star hosted this year's special at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii.
The show is meant to honor, inspire and entertain the men and women who fight for our country.
Nick Jonas, Matthew McConaughey and Kevin Hart all joined Johnson to help spread a little holiday cheer.
Shake it! The 44-year-old shakes his booty singing Jailhouse Rock, while dressed up as Elvis and flirting with a group of female soldiers
Quite the performance: The talented star pulled out all the stops to entertain the troops at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii.
The former NFL player took his performance very seriously and did not disappoint with his rendition of the famous Elvis song, showing off his impressive voice.
But this isn't the first time The Rock has spread a little holiday cheer this season.
On Friday's episode of The Tonight Show, the former pro wrestler and host Jimmy Fallon played Santa's helpers as they conducted a surprise for a military family so heartwarming it brought Fallon to tears.
He's philanthropic: The Moana star is known for giving back and has a special place in his heart for the armed forces
Rock the Troops: The show is meant to honor, inspire and entertain the men and women who fight for our country
Toward the end of his interview, the 44-year-old actor commented about giving back to the troops before amazing the audience and reuniting a family.
Giving back to the troops is something the philanthropic star has always supported.
'There is one more thing I would like to do before I leave tonight, Jimmy,' the Fast & Furious star teased during the segment, 'I'd like to give back to a military family who's in the audience.'
Surprise! The Fast and the Furious superstar surprised one of Jimmy Fallon's producers on The Tonight Show Friday by bringing her husband home for the holidays
He and the 42-year-old comedian proceeded to search the audience for said military family - ending up backstage in the control room, where they found The Tonight Show's producer Karina Kabalan.
'I hear you're a producer of this show and you're an army vet,' Johnson began, giving the shocked and confused producer a hug.
'I heard that you met your husband when you were both deployed in Iraq. And your husband's name is Todd and he is a master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.
Best gift ever! 'And we wanted to bring your husband home for the holidays. Turn around and hug your husband,' he told the producer
'And that you guys have been living apart for the past year and a half because he's 5,000 miles away.'
In the emotional clip, Dwayne proceed to thank her and her husband for their sacrifices and surprises Kabalan with the thing she wanted most for Christmas.
He continued: 'And we wanted to bring your husband home for the holidays. Turn around and hug your husband.'
Sexy! The former wrestler was named People magazine's 2016 Sexiest Man Alive
It's been a big year for the Fast and the Furious star. In November he won People magazine's coveted Sexist Man Alive title.
When asked about the prestigious award on Ellen, he replied: 'I can tell you now that what this means is I still have to drive in my pickup truck and change Jasmine's diapers but now I'm just still the Sexiest Man Alive.'
His daughter Jasmine, with wife Lauren Hashian, turns one years old in December.
Dwayne's annual Rock the Troops special will air on Spike TV on December 13.
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