Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick twin in “Footloose” outfits: 'After you've been together… you start to look alike'

"Nobody knows me like you do" indeed.

Kevin Bacon is once again cutting loose with Kyra Sedgwick.

The Tremors actor and the Closer actress, who have been married for 35 years, donned matching Footloose-inspired outfits in a new Instagram video Thursday. The couple lip-synced Muni Long's viral track "Made for Me," which features lyrics like "Nobody knows me like you do/ Nobody gon' love me quite like you."

"They say after you've been together for a while you start to look alike. I don't see it," the couple wrote in their caption. The video cuts between footage of Bacon and Sedgwick separately grooving down the same hallway (presumably in their family home), sporting white tank tops and jeans to emulate Bacon's character from the 1984 classic (with white Crocs for a slightly more modernized look). Even their glasses look like they match!

<p>kevin bacon/instagram</p> Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick on Instagram

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Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick on Instagram

This is far from the first time that the couple has paid tribute to Bacon's most iconic project. Bacon recreated one of the movie's memorable dance sequences to celebrate the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike last year, and in 2022 Sedgwick and her husband joined the "Footloose drop" trend. "I don't remember this being part of the original #Footloose choreography," Bacon captioned his 2022 post, "but figured we'd give it a spin."

Bacon also revisited his toe-tapping role on The Tonight Show in 2014. "This is the Tonight Show. There has to be dancing!" the actor said during the segment.

Despite his enthusiasm for revisiting his roots, Bacon isn't excited about the prospect of a Footloose sequel. "Never say never… I think it would be a disaster," he said on a February episode of his podcast Six Degrees. "It's funny, because they made countless Friday the 13ths and I was in the very first Friday the 13th. Then they remade Footloose, then they remade Flatliners, and I decided that they're just remaking all the movies I'm in that begin with 'F.' So if I do another movie that begins with 'F,' they'll probably make it."

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