We already know that Joseph Gordon-Levitt can act, sing and play the ukulele. But he's also got a few high-octane dance moves up his multi-talented sleeves.
For the "Dark Knight Rises" star's opening monologue, Gordon-Levitt did his best Channing Tatum impression, spoofing a striptease from this summer's ode to the male form, "Magic Mike."
"It is so great to be back here hosting 'Saturday Night Live.' You know what my favorite superhero movie of the summer was? 'Magic Mike.' And you know what my favorite part of 'Magic Mike' was? This part..." Gordon-Levitt said as he ripped off his shirt and gyrated on the stage floor.
Flanked by SNL cast members Jay Pharoah, Bobby Moynihan and Taran Killam, Gordon-Levitt danced half-naked to "The Weather Girls" classic, "It's Raining Men."
Though the full monologue hasn't hit Hulu or NBC.com yet, you can watch a homemade version on YouTube below.
Obviously, there's also GIFs.
Gordon-Levitt hosted SNL to promote his upcoming film "Looper," in theaters September 28.