If you are suffering from the post-holiday, back-to-work blues, Sir Patrick Stewart is here to save the day.

In news that makes you go, “Hmmm,” Stuart seems to have turned into a country music star overnight. The British knight and veteran actor, famously known for starring in both the “Star Trek” and “X-Men” franchises, dressed up in full country swag and announced, “Happy 4th ‘Merica, yer a might fine country. Luv Cowboy Pat.”

Umm, what?

Clicking on the link will only further blow your mind. The 75-year-old Shakespearean-trained thespian has recorded a series of country music covers that he playfully titled “P Stew’s Cowboy Classics.”

So, again: WHAT?!

It’s hard to know if this a joke or not, but either way it is ridiculously entertaining. In the music video, the man we’re used to seeing as Professor X sings a sampling of “Don’t Fence Me In” and “Button and Bows,” just to name a few. And apparently this is something Stewart has been working on for quite some time. He’s recorded enough country tunes to make an entire double album compilation.

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“Sometimes it takes an Englishman to tell us what’s great about being an American,” the video teaser says via narration, which is such a hilarious statement, it makes one think that this is all just a July 4th hoax. But then there’s an actual website to buy albums at pstewsings.com! Then again, all the records are already conveniently sold out.

This whole thing is probably a joke, but if it’s not, well, it doesn’t really matter. It’s all still so wonderful. Yeehaw, Sir Patrick Stewart! Excuse us, Cowboy Pat!


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