Matthew McConaughey was in a flirty mood at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.
He called out Carrie Underwood -- who, on Sunday, became the first female artist to win entertainer of the year twice-- for a sexy remark she previously directed at him.
At last year's show, after McConaughey, 40, told the audience how George Strait's boots once got him "lucky," Underwood, 27, jokingly said to him, "I want to see those boots, Matthew." (Underwood later apologized for the line, as Camila Alves - the mother of McConaughey's two kids - was sitting in the audience.)
So at this year's show, he handed her a pair of cowboy boots.
She laughed it off but made no reference during her acceptance speech.
That wasn't McConaughey's only racy moment.
While presenting the Top Male Vocalist of the Year award, he told the audience: "After the show last year, my lady and I, Camila, we even went back to the hotel and conceived the little lady who is now our daughter Vida Alves McConaughey."
The audience gasped, and Alves, 28, closed her eyes and put her head in her hands.
"That's a true story," a smiling McConaughey then added. "Now I'm back, I'm having a great time again, but I promise you me and Camila are going to try not to get so lucky this year," he went on. "Two's enough! We are flush for a while."