Kevin Bacon and his goats are part of the BeyHive.
In his latest #GoatSongs video, the 64-year-old actor treated his followers to a lighter version of Beyoncé’s song “Heated,” which features on her latest album, “Renaissance.” Dressed in a white tank top, hat, gray jeans and sneakers in the clip, Bacon sits outside with his guitar as his goats surround him.
“Hot day, hot song. The goats and I are feeling heated, @beyonce. Love this track. #GoatSongs #Renaissance,” the actor captioned his video on Instagram.
The actor begins his performance by strumming his guitar and saying, “Hot day, hot song.”
“I got a lot of bands, got a lot of Ivy on me / gotta fan myself, gotta fan myself / gotta cool it (heated), oh,” he then begins to sing.
During his performance, one goat in particular nibbles the strings, with Bacon saying, “He really played.”
“You played, it was pretty good,” he says as he finishes his song.
The “Footloose” star has posted a number of videos of himself playing guitar with his goats and other animals. On his birthday, he play “When I’m Sixty-Four” by The Beatles.
He even covered “Good For You” by Olivia Rodrigo and was accompanied by his daughter, Sosie Bacon.
It is also make a duet with his wife, Kyra Sedgwick.
Bacon has been a hit on social media. In June, he and Sedwick took the Footloose Drop Challengewhich sees one person holding the other horizontally while squeezing their hand and one leg, as they “unroll” them towards the ground.
“I don’t remember this being part of the original #Footloose choreography but thought we’d give it a spin,” he wrote alongside the video.