Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one of the largest stars in Hollywood, both literally and figuratively. The former WWE superstar is 6-foot-3 and weighs 119 kilograms, so he's more of a mountain than just a simple rock, if you know what I mean.
With that said, we can understand if you find yourself speechless when he pops up for a quick chat while you're out riding on a tour bus.
The Rock just loves making fans happy
It wasn't that long ago when Johnson gave fans the chance to meet him up close and in person when he drove by a tour bus full of tourists. After that impromptu meet-and-greet with fans went viral, Johnson has gone ahead and done it again. The only difference is that this time, the fans didn't seem as excited as the last one.
In one of his most recent Instagram videos, Johnson pulled up to another tour bus to ask them the same question that he asked the other tourists. Unlike the previous bus, who couldn't contain their excitement, it appears that these fans could barely say anything at all - we guess due to a mix of shock and excitement?
Either way, it doesn't matter. What's evident is that Johnson loves what he's doing. He talks about how making other people happy is one of the best parts of his status as a celebrity and it's clear that he's having a ton of fun making fans happy.
The reason why we're pointing this out is that Johnson doesn't have to do this. Johnson is well-known for his incredibly busy schedule and work ethic, so for him to take the time to say hi to fans is amazing.
With that said, as often as Johnson has posted videos of him surprising fans, it appears that he actually does it more often in real life. If you read through the comments on his videos and from other accounts online, Johnson has a knack for making fans happy. One can't help but think just how much better the tour bus company is doing knowing that tourists are almost always half-expecting a surprise visit from The Rock.
For those who can't exactly go where The Rock is, there are several ways to see him in action. Disney's Jungle Cruise is still available in certain theaters and on Premiere Access via Disney+. Fans can also look forward to seeing him in action in Red Notice later this year and Black Adam in 2022.