- Kevin Bacon serenaded his goats with an acoustic rendition of “Heated.”
- He strummed a guitar as he sang the song without the rap verse.
- The song appears on the “Renaissance” album from the star.
Kevin Bacon sang an acoustic version of Beyoncé’s new song “Heated” to his goats.
The “City on a Hill” actor posted the video of himself singing to his farm animals on his Instagram. He smiled as he sang the opening lyrics, “Got a lot of bands, got a lot of Hermès on me / Got a lot of bands, got a lot of Ivy on me / I gotta fan myself off, I gotta fan myself off.”
“Hot day, hot song. The goats and I are feeling Heated, @beyonce. Loving this track,” he wrote in the caption for the clip.
Bacon sat on an elevated wooden structure strumming a guitar surrounded by three different colored goats as he sang. The black and white goat bopped along in the plastic tub beside Bacon while a black goat hopped on his knee to get closer to the performance.
The video appeared to be taken at his Connecticut farm in Sharon that he shares with his wife, Kyra Sedgwick.
Beyoncé is not the only artist Bacon uses to soothe his goats.
He previously chose the Taylor Swift and Chris Stapleton duet “I Bet You Think About Me” to sing to the animals.
Bacon also serenaded the goats with the Beatles song “When I’m Sixty-Four” when the actor himself turned 64 years old in July.
“Heated” appears on “Renaissance,” the seventh studio album from the “Break My Soul” singer. It was released July 29. Other celebrities including Jimmy Fallon, Quinta Brunson, SZA, and Lil Nas X have expressed their love for the album. Most critics rated the album positively as well.