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If people are thinking twice about joining Tinder, this will definitely have them changing their minds.

Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday and gave viewers a treat they never knew they needed: He sang Tinder profiles. Are you confused as to what that might entail? Well, let us explain.

Jimmy Kimmel displayed several people's Tinder profiles (faces blurred) and had the "Gold Digger" rapper sing the "About Me" section of each and every one. Taking on different voices and different beats, Foxx somehow made even though most questionable characters sound somewhat appealing. Then again, we might just be dreaming about a date with the Django Unchained actor.

"Let me hear you say Tinder love!" Foxx belts out to the crowd. Graciously, they accepted and cheered him on.

Foxx began with 38-year-old Dennis' profile, "I'm not here for hookups, um, unless you are," Foxx sings with his melodic voice. "Then we should talk."

Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel

ABC

How do you turn that down?! Again, we might just be confusing our swooning over Dennis' profile for Foxx's singing.

But whether or not 30-year-old Rob, who is a "sucker for white cheddar popcorn," or Felix, 31, who once peed himself to stay in a soccer game, is your type, you will undoubtedly be swiping right to any one of these fellows because—again—FOXX. He really is foxy though, right?!

The Oscar winner also gave a special harmonic shout out to those living in the western part of the U.S., crooning, "This is for everybody in California. This is for everybody on the West Coast who eats air for breakfast and wind for lunch..."

With such a heartfelt dedication, Foxx introduces the next Tinder user whose profile reads, "Please don't be vegan." LOL! Realizing that there are more possible matches for this guy than he could have ever imagined, Foxx transitions his voice to take on a country music sound because, according to the Ray star, "veganism is a sin" in other parts of the country.

If none of this is enough for you to swipe right, just wait until you hear Foxx's Tinder take on Valentine's Day.