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Kevin Bacon Dances onto Tonight Show Stage After Jimmy Fallon Bans Dancing [WATCH]

This has to be the greatest TV show entrance ever!  After Kevin Bacon heard dancing was banned on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, he recreated his ‘Footloose‘ moves, on what happened to be the movie’s 30th anniversary. 30 years later, Bacon still has it. Well, other than the stunt double doing all the flips and tricks.

Fans are treated to both his sexy barn dance and his grand finale. It was so good, Fallon declared ‘I hereby proclaim dancing is now legal here at The Tonight Show thanks to Kevin Bacon.’

Next time Bacon should just go on The Ellen Degeneres show, where dancing is encouraged.

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