Nothing makes a woman swoon quite like Matthew McConaughey -- especially when he gushes about his wife in front of a room filled with A-list celebrities.
McConaughey took home his first-ever Golden Globe on Sunday (Jan. 12) for his role as Ron Woodroof in "Dallas Buyers Club" and he gave the most "Matthew McConaughey" speech as he accepted his statue, starting out with his signature catchphrase, "All right, all right, all right!"
But what got every lady in the room's eyelashes fluttering -- well, what got Reese Witherspoon's eyelashes fluttering -- was the actor's nod to his wife Camila Alves, who looked on as he beamed at her from the stage.
"My wife Camila, who has not only put up with me for all this time in our seven years and this last three years of this wonderful work, but, I mean, [she] kicked my a-- out the door and said, 'Go get it. Go get it, McConaughey. Go get it, my man, my king.' Yes m'aam, yes m'aam," McConaughey gushed.
And as he said those words, his "Mud" co-star Witherspoon didn't stare at him, but at Alves, who took in every moment of her man's speech -- including the part where he sent some love home to their three children, Levi, Vida and Livingston aka "Mr. Stone."
Ugh, how does this southern gentleman not melt your heart.