This ain't Texas ... this is Ireland! The Gardiner Brothers and Cairde have put their own Irish dance spins on Beyoncé's latest hit song "Texas Hold 'Em."

The Gardiner Brothers have another verifiable viral hit on their hands with their Beyoncé mashup.

Posted on February 15, their Irish dance TikTok has racked up a staggering 2.7 million likes:

@gardinerbrothers Beyoncé 🤝 Irish dancing #beyonce #countrymusic ♬ TEXAS HOLD 'EM - Beyoncé

Ever so humble, the Gardiner Brothers made sure to also post a TikTok of their Beyoncé-themed bloopers:

@gardinerbrothers Beyoncé Bloopers #texasholdem #gardinerbrothers ♬ TEXAS HOLD 'EM - Beyoncé

Matt and Mike Gardiner were born in Denver, Colorado to Irish parents and moved as a family back to Ireland in 2006. In Galway, the talented brothers trained with the Hession School of Irish Dance and went on to win multiple World Irish Dancing Championship titles.

While they have both retired from competitive Irish dancing, the Gardiner brothers have toured with the likes of Riverdance, The Kilfenora Ceili Band, and Fusion Fighters. They enjoy a huge following on social media.

Meanwhile, Cairde has also gotten in on the fun with their superb take on the "Texas Hold 'Em" trend.

"Beyoncé’s gone country and we’re not angry about it," the lads captioned their TikTok post that has been liked nearly 12k times.

@_cairde Beyoncé’s gone country and we’re not angry about it 🤠 @Beyoncé #cairde #irishdance #beyonce ♬ TEXAS HOLD 'EM - Beyoncé

Cairde is made up of six Irish dancers from Ireland -  Brian Culligan, Dara Kelly, Francis Fallon, Ronan O’Connell, Seamus Morrison, and Stephen McGuinness - who used to compete against each other but during the pandemic lockdowns, decided to come together to start making dancing videos. 

Beyoncé surprised fans when she released two new songs - "Texas Hold 'Em" and "16 Carriages" - the night of the Super Bowl, February 11. With "Texas Hold 'Em," the Houston native has become the first-ever Black woman to debut at number one on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

"Texas Hold 'Em," as it happens, also has an unexpected Irish connection - Grammy winner Rhiannon Giddens, who plays the banjo and viola on the new tune, currently lives in Co Limerick where she is an Artist-in-Residence at the Irish World Academy of Music & Dance.

Sharing the "Texas Hold 'Em" Irish dance video from The Gardiner Brothers, Giddens said: "this Limerick based girl's worlds are colliding!"

This limerick based girl’s worlds are colliding!

— Rhiannon Giddens (@RhiannonGiddens) February 16, 2024