Hollywood actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson cooked up a storm in Washington, D.C., after he was spotted rubbing shoulders with lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
The legendary wrestler caused a stir on Wednesday when he met with Senate representatives to discuss military recruitment.
However, his appearance stoked further buzz about a possible White House bid, after the actor revealed last week that was approached by political parties in 2022.
Johnson remained tight-lipped about any possible campaign though, and declined to answer when reporters asked if he was considering running.
He and XFL business partner Dany Garcia were on the Hill to meet with several Senators, including Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin.
They discussed The Fast and Furious star's efforts to help with military recruitment and his XFL football league, NBC reports.
Senator Jon Tester, who arranged the sit-down, told the outlet that Johnson, is 'going to advocate for people to join the military over a period of time.'
'He's got an incredible following, maybe the biggest,' he added.
Senator Susan Collins admitted she 'got as many pictures with him as I possibly could.'
The Rock and Chuck Schumer— Ben Siegel (@bensiegel) November 15, 2023
"Can you smell what The Rock is cooking?" someone shouted.
"Are you running for president?" another reporter said. pic.twitter.com/cPeRe9jZDo