• Fri, Mar 28 - 4:22 pm ET

This Video Of Tom Hiddleston Recording Vocals For The Pirate Fairy Is Sinfully Adorable

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Stop whatever it is that you’re currently doing; this is not a drill. I repeat, this is NOT a drill. New video of the world’s most precious adult human, Tom Hiddleston, recording vocals for Disney’s The Pirate Fairy has been released and it is all the way adorable. It was a tough choice, but I’d even go so far as to say that Vocal-Recording Tom totally skips Karaoke Tom, Dancing Tom, and Acceptance Speech Tom in the line to my heart. Sorry, guys, that’s just the way it has to be.

In this beautiful gem of a video, Tom’s giggling, filling his voice with wonder, and uttering such words as “the power of the pixie dust is finally ours.” And just oh my god, hearts weren’t meant to experience so many simultaneous bouts of swelling at once.

Um, excuse me (!!!), videos like this are doing nothing for my exponentially growing obsession with him. Some might even say that it’s making it even worse. It’s also affecting my physical health at this point because each new set of ovaries I get, he goes and giggles one more damn time and they’re exploded all over again.

I just need a second to get in contact with a doctor about my condition. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to watch the video 16 million more times. I know I did.

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  • LadyClodia

    Urgh, I love Tom, and I love to watch him doing just about anything, but I hate the Disney Fairy movies. I made the mistake of watching this now, and my boys heard it and wanted to watch it too and are now very excited about this movie. Plus, they know who Tom is too; my 5 year old knows he plays Loki, and my 2 year old knows Tom hung out with Cookie Monster, which is really all that he cares about.

    • Olivia Wilson

      Maybe his wonderful voice will make it enjoyable for you? Also, it sounds like me and your boys have a lot in common.

    • LadyClodia

      His voice will definitely help. :)
      One of the best things is that kids are impressionable, so you can transfer your interests onto them, hehe. I was so happy when we were able to add the Thor and The Avengers movies to the movies they’re allowed to watch (they’re not allowed to watch all of the Marvel movies.)
      When my 2 year old first saw Loki he said “it’s Papa!” although I have no idea why, and he said the same thing when he saw the video of Tom with Cookie Monster. My husband is good looking but does not look like Tom, apparently my son thinks he does, though.