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You probably know Kevin Bacon by his work Some good people either wild Things either the eater Or literally any movie made in the 80s, 90s, 2000s, 2010s or any decade. (He is a popular working actor! There’s a reason this game exists.) But perhaps Kevin Bacon’s greatest achievement is being one of the least unbearable actors on TikTok, and arguably one of the greatest actors of all time on the stage.
Bacon’s TikTok page is, in short, a delight. Unlike many other celebrities, he doesn’t usually try to jump on trends or dance cringe. He mostly posts good stuff from his Connecticut farm, where he makes his goats sing Harry Styles and chew corn in a skillet to make popcorn necklaces. He also frequently performs with his daughter, musician Sosie Bacon, and has a cooking series called Cook with Bacon (which is a little dad joke-y, but definitely on brand). In one video, he sings a parody Tom Jones song in praise of quarterback Tom Brady, which is a curse to all non-Pats fans, but he can pull off either way.
At 64 years old, Bacon is as foxy as ever, and a testament to the blessings God is willing to bestow on you if you choose to be unrestricted. He’s never been rebuffed for saying anything offensive about BLM or reproductive rights or Beyoncé, and he’s been in a steady relationship with actor Kyra Sedgwick for the past 34 years, an anomaly in Hollywood. In his videos, he regularly wears tight T-shirts and sexy Stanley Tucci glasses and he is a gift to all of us. In three-quarters of their TikTok, as well as the shower scene wild Things, A must-have ubiquitous staple of any horned person’s oeuvre.
This week on Don’t Let This Flop, Eise Dixon and Liz Garber-Paul (filler in for Brittany Spanos) gave Bacon the coveted title of Himbo of the Week, a segment dedicated to the head-ampest hotties on social media. They also discuss the beloved Nazis, how Prince William is unknowingly popularizing pegging, and the triumphant return of Bama Rush Tok.