Bill Murray knows how to have fun! The 63-year-old actor and comedian was invited to a dinner party with friends on Saturday, Sept. 13, and after eating, Murray strutted his stuff with the other guests!

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The "Lost in Translation" star "turned the party up for sure," chef Brett McKee told Us Weekly of the actor's dedication to the dance floor, shaking his stuff to DJ Snake and Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" and air-guitaring to Tommy Tutone's "8675309."

 "Bill didn't crash the party," McKee, who cooked the dinner party meal, explained to Us (in May this year Murray crashed a bachelor party in a nearby location). "Larry and Julie Reynolds are friends with Bill, they've known him for a while. Larry and Bill share a birthday, they're a few days apart, so Larry invited Bill to the party."

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McKee insists that despite being a Golden-Globe-winning actor, Murray doesn't have an ego. "He's just a regular dude and cuts up like a normal person," McKee continued. "There's very few celebrities that would just go out to the suburbs and let loose after a dinner party. All the guests shared a four course meal and then everyone, including Bill, started dancing and having a great time!"

Murray happily posed for pictures with McKee and didn’t object to being filmed in a collection of videos the chef later shared on his Facebook page.

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“When he was dancing to "8675309"….,” McKee remembers. “I don't think any of us will think of that song the same way again!”

Click on the video above to see Murray shaking his hips to "Turn Down for What!"


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