WATCH: Texas Firefighters Heat It Up In Lip-Sync Video

Is there a hotter way to kick off the weekend than by watching a shirtless firefighter prancing in a pink tutu to a ‘90s pop hit?

Chase Reynolds of the Paris Fire Department in Texas is the breakout star of a lip-sync video that has gone viral.

The slickly-produced video, which explores the musical dreams of various firefighters, kicks off with two of them doing Miley Cyrus’ 2013 smash “Wrecking Ball” – before shirtless Reynolds comes in swinging.

Next up is a trio of firefighters lip-syncing “The Fireman,” a 1984 song by George Strait. 

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The hoses come out for five firefighters – and department mascot Sparky – doing the 2017 Imagine Dragon track “Thunder.” Two words: Wet T-shirts.

Cut to a firefighter foaming up his face in the bathroom mirror and wondering if police officers think “we’re as cool as what we really are.” This leads to a pair of bogus cops lip-syncing the 1997 Foo Fighters song “My Hero” (complete with donut powder on one’s chin). Oh, snap.

Reynolds returns to the spotlight for the final track, Aqua’s 1997 hit “Barbie Girl,” which lets him roll over a bed, slide down the pole and jump onto the back of a truck in a tutu – and not for the first time, we’re guessing.

The Paris Fire Department is one of dozens of fire and police departments across the U.S. currently challenging each other to create lip-sync videos. 

Watch all the fun below: