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Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick add a special twist to Chicago's 'Saturday in the Park'

Kyra Sedgwick, while carefully dodging the animal droppings plays the song tune on the kazoo and sings, 'Goats ate prancing, pigs are dancing.'

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick add a special twist to Chicago's 'Saturday in the Park'
Cover Image Source: (L) Instagram/ Kevin Bacon and (R) 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals - Getty Images/ Kevin Winter

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick are couple goals and people love to see them together having fun. This time, they put their own twist on Chicago's "Saturday in the Park" song. In an Instagram post shared on Bacon's page, the duo is seen in a barn with the actor playing the guitar and Sedgwick on the kazoo. "Saturday, in the barn I think it was the Fourth of July. Another day in the barn I think it was the fourth of July," sings Bacon. The video is captioned, "Happy 4th! Beware of goat poop." 

Image Source: 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Show - Getty Images/ Kevin Winter
Image Source: 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Show - Getty Images/ Kevin Winter

Sedgwick, while carefully dodging the animal droppings, plays the song tune on the kazoo and sings, "Goats ate prancing, pigs are dancing." Bacon then sings, "My wife's eating ice cream, singing Italian songs," and the actress takes a bite of something she is holding in her hand. She continues, "Eh Cumpari, ci vo sunari. Can you dig it?" He concludes, "Yes, I can. And I've been waiting such a long time for today."

People just loved the couple’s twist to the song. @denicebalelo commented, “Ok! Here are the people who deserve their own reality show.” @angelinabalentina23 wrote, “Some days you're productive, other days you watch Kyra Sedgwick play the kazoo while trying not to step in goat poo. I love the love in this!!”


 
 
 
 
 
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The couple will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary this September. They have two children together, Travis and Sosie. In 2022, the couple had done another farm musical rendition of The Beatles’ song, “Two of Us.” They were seated next to one of their miniature horses.


 
 
 
 
 
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They also love dancing together. The two posted a video dancing to Taylor Swift’s song, “Karma.” They wore matching shirts supporting drag queens as many states passed anti-trans legislation. Their T-shirts read, “Drag is an art and drag is a right,” reports PEOPLE. In an interview with E! News, Sedgwick said that their marriage has been cooking for 35 years and there could be a tasty reason. “Sometimes there’s sparks, sometimes there’s chicken,” said the actress.


 
 
 
 
 
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"Sometimes it's romantic and it's like, 'Oh my god.' And sometimes it's chicken," she continued. She stated that the poultry in making is a “roast chicken” and it is always good and reliable.” Sedgwick added that the "secret to a long-lasting marriage is not to take advice from celebrities about the secret to a happy marriage.” The two first met on the sets of “Edge of Seventeen” and fell in love with each other. "If someone had told me when I was 21 that by the time I was 23, I would be married and have my first child, I would've told them that they were f**king insane," Sedgwick told Vulture in 2019.



 

"So when I did fall in love with Kevin, it really just felt like there was some urgency to get married, and I don't know what it was. Suddenly this thing came over me and I was terrified. Because I didn't count on people," the actress added. She always felt that there was something special about Bacon. "He just was the one, you know?" she said. "He was just the soul mate, he was just the one."

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