They Will Survive: Stars Belt Out Gloria Gaynor's 70's Disco Classic

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Oscar victor Matthew McConaughey, 47, and "Star Trek" actor Chris Pine, 36, lead a cast of Hollywood stars through Gloria Gaynor's 1978 post-breakup anthem "I Will Survive" in a super fun mashup video produced by W magazine and Conde Nast Entertainment. Now exactly what the celebrities are determined to survive is never explicitly stated.

And of course, during the 2016 presidential race, numerous celebrities contributed to political PSAs aimed at discouraging voters from voting for Donald Trump.

"I'm not sure that I will survive, but that's what we're gonna do", deadpans Joel Edgerton. Others give a dramatic interpretation.

Taraji P. Henson, Emma Stone, Matthew McConaughey, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Michelle Williams, Chris Pine, Andrew Garfield, Hailee Steinfeld and Felicity Jones were among those playfully channeling their inner Gloria Gaynor for the magazine's Lyrical Improv video series.

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