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Jack Black's interaction with two girls on Golden Globes red carpet is winning everyone's hearts

The 'High Fidelity' actor stopped in his tracks as the girls joyfully sang his song and couldn't help but sing along with them.

Jack Black's interaction with two girls on Golden Globes red carpet is winning everyone's hearts
Cover Image Source: Jack Black attends The Skatepark Project Gala at Chateau Marmont on November 17, 2023, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for The Skatepark Project)

Very few celebrities are known for being quite down-to-earth when meeting their fans and Jack Black is one of them. With the Golden Globes awards being the talk of the town right now, the internet is full of interesting videos from the red-carpet interviews. Two little girls, Amina and Avery, joined the Recess Therapy (@recesstherapy) host Julian Shapiro-Barnum and met several celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey and Margot Robbie. However, this heartwarming video of the interaction between the girls and Jack Black is stealing many hearts on the internet.

Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy
Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy

As the "School of Rock" actor entered the red carpet, the girls were frantically singing his song "Peaches" from his recent film "The Super Mario Bros. Movie." Looking at them singing with vim and vigor, Black couldn't help but stop in his tracks and join along with them, singing, "Peaches, peaches... peaches, peaches, peaches... I... love... you..." The host, Shapiro-Barnum, told the actor, "We're big fans over here." As the girls continued singing, the actor cheered for them and said they should be in the next part of the "Super Mario Bros. Movie." The host jokingly asked, "Yeah, can we hook that up?" to which Black replied that he wasn't in charge of casting.

Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy
Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy

"If it was up to me, these two would be in," said the "King Kong" actor. Amina pointed out that she had two favorite parts in the "Super Mario Bros." movie, in which Black played the antagonist, Bowser. "I loved it when you defeated Mario and Luigi," she said and added that she loved how he screamed "Peaches!" Black was amused that that scream was her favorite and she even imitated it just like in the movie. The host then asked the girls, "Was Jack scary (in the movie), girls?" and the duo instantly replied, "No."

Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy
Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy

Amina finally added, "You were not scary, but you were funny," to which the actor said, "Thank you." It's a great compliment to hear someone call "funny" and Black got that approval from the most adorable fans. The viral video received so much love from the internet and people were impressed by how Black matched the girls' energy during their interaction.

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Image Source: TikTok | @notallyson4r
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Image Source: TikTok | @raesploveart
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Image Source: TikTok | @em.basile

"These girls have lived my dream and I'm so happy for them," wrote @porno_forpyros. "Jack Black is the most amazing person. He's always kind, he's always funny and he's always self-deprecating," wrote @jadeahn2. "I don't care about red carpets, but I love this one," commented @user667366881. "He is just in the zone with them right away," wrote @grimmandapanda.

Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy
Image Source: TikTok | @recesstherapy

The little girls had yet another wholesome interaction with Hellen Mirren on the red carpet. The actress asked if the girls were sisters since both their names started with the letter 'A' and the girls replied that they were friends. The "1923" actress received a handmade gift from the girls and to her surprise, it matched her outfit too. The girls made a purple friendship bracelet for the actress and it read "BFFA," which meant "best friend and actor." The actress wanted to put it on instantly and Amina, Avery and Mirren wore the bracelet and showed it to the camera. 

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