The comedian performed at The Give Back-ular Spectacular! event in Los Angeles on Wednesday night
Swifties can count Jack Black as a one of them!
During The Give Back-ular Spectacular! event in Los Angeles last night, the comedian, 54, delivered an impromptu cover of a beloved Taylor Swift track.
In a fan-posted video on X (formerly Twitter) from the fundraiser, which was held to support members of SAG-AFTRA during the Hollywood strike, Black is seen removing his shirt and sauntering around the stage in boxers as the audience cheers him on. After his striptease, the School of Rock actor heads over to an attendee to ask where they're from, to which they reply "Los Angeles."
In a video from the event, Black takes off his shirt, wearing just some boxers, as the audience cheers after the move. He then walks down to an audience member to ask where they’re from, getting just “Los Angeles” as a hilarious response.
Then, he heads back to the stage where he asks for song requests. While he shoots one of the songs down because of the SAG-AFTRA strike, someone seemingly shouts out a track that he "knows," and he bursts into a Swift song.
“I know that one!” he told the audience member. “Everyone knows that f---ing song.”
Black then delivered a theatrical rendition of the "Anti-Hero" chorus, while prancing from side to side across the stage and doing a backward shuffle when he gets to the “It’s me, hi, I’m the problem, it’s me” lyric.
The Give-Backular Spectacular! —organized by Marta Kauffman, Paul McCrane and Paul Scheer — also featured performers including Rachel Bloom, LeVar Burton, Nicole Byer, Bryan Cranston, Lil Dicky, Lindsay Dougherty, Simon Helberg, Janelle James, Michael McKean, Kumail Nanjiani, Patton Oswalt, June Diane Raphael, Andrea Savage, Dax Shepard and Julian Velard.
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Earlier this month, the Tenacious D performer attended a celebration for the 100th birthday of Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello’s mother, Mary Morello, and performed a cover at the event. Along with a band of 12 and 13-year-olds, including Morello’s son Roman Morello, Black covered Ozzy Osbourne’s 1980 classic “Mr. Crowley.”
The Rage Against the Machine musician, 59, shared footage of the performance on Instagram, which featured Black alongside a pre-teen guitarist, drummer, bassist and piano player on a makeshift stage as they delivered a blistering rendition of the iconic metal song.
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