Rob Lowe sheds his shirt and does his best Julie Andrews

In what may be the most memorable Julie Andrews impression ever, Rob Lowe posted a video this week using the popular Dubsmash app to dazzle fans with a fierce rendition of “The Hills Are Alive” from the hit musical The Sound of Music. The 51-year-old Parks and Recreation star twirls and twirls in the shirtless – and hilarious! – clip.

This is what I’m doing on my Saturday night. Enjoy,” the actor captioned the video on Twitter, in which he’s shed his shirt and spins around in what looks like his living room, giving his best Julie Andrews lip sync.

Rob Lowe attended Comic-Con this week.

When he wasn’t dancing around, the actor kicked off his weekend at San Diego’s Comic-Con convention to promote his new animated show on Comedy Central, Moonbeam City, produced by Ben Stiller and featuring the voices of Elizabeth Banksand Will Forte. He also has been busy promoting his new role on the Fox comedy, The Grinder, which he felt was made for him.

“I read everything. I’ve never read a show like this,” he told Hello! at a screening for the new series. “What I like about it is that it’s the best part of inside baseball, without it being inside baseball.”

Rob was also vocal last week about popstar Ariana Grande’s “doughnut-gate” scandal, sharing his reaction on social media. “Cannot wait for the new Ariana Grande/Dixie Chicks jam to drop. #IActuallyLoveAmerica,” he tweeted.

His twitter account is also full of notes on other news stories as well as appreciation for his family. On Sunday night, he took to his go-to social media outlet to congratulate his brother, Pretty Little Liars star Chad Lowe, on a baseball victory. “Congrats to my sluggin’ bro @ichadlowe who just CRUSHED one out at the celeb #ALLStarGame !!! #LowePower #MLBAllStarGame,” he tweeted with an image of their father next to his “new friend” Snoop Dogg.

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