Jack Black covers Taylor Swift in boxer shorts

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Jack Black sang ” Anti-hero » during a charity event to raise money for striking crews in Hollywood.

Wednesday evening, Jack Black took advantage of his speaking time during the Give Back-ular Spectacular! Show at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles to sing Taylor Swift.

After stripping down to his underwear and socks, the actor and musician asked the audience for their suggestions. A few people suggested songs, and after turning one down, he stuck to a song he could do: ” I know this one, everyone knows this damn song “. Then he launches into Swift’s hit. He even dances a little, which you have to see to believe. Are you ready ?

Jack Black was one of the celebrities who made appearances at the event, which was a fundraiser for television and film crews as the SAG-AFTRA strike continues. The evening was billed as “ an evening of music and comedy ”, two things Mr. Black excelled at in seconds, and included appearances from Jason Alexander, Halle Berry, Lily Tomlin, Lil Dicky, Bryan Cranston, Patton Oswalt, and more.

Workers have not received salaries for more than six monthscan we read on the event website. Many are facing severe financial hardship: they have lost their homes, lost their health insurance, and are struggling to feed their families. The Give Back-ular! will raise emergency relief funds for union and non-union team members who are in need due to the work stoppage. »

Negotiations were to resume this week, Tuesday, according to the NME.


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