HOLLYWOOD superstar Jack Black has high kicked and spun in his backyard wearing nothing but cowboy boots, cowboy hat and short shorts.
The actor put on the show for his Tik Tok fans where he showed of his dance skills in range of styles including boot scooting and Russian squat dancing.
Standing in front of his kids' trampoline, Jack, 50, showed off his impressive dance moves in the energetic video.
Dancing to his own music, Jack added the hash tags distance dancing and happy at home to show fans how he was keeping himself entertained during the coronavirus crisis.
Running toward the camera while flapping his arms like a bird, the comedian seemed to be loving his interpretative dance.
He did not even miss a beat, when during one dramatic twirl his hat spun off but ever the professional, Jack just got on with the show.
The video has racked up almost 250,000 likes with many users committing to learn the seemingly improvised performance.
One TikTok user wrote: "Alright I'm learning this ASAP."
Another wrote: "This is what I meant when I said I wanted a dad."
The video managed to make its way across to other social media platforms where fans loved it just as much and thanked him for keeping them entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.
A Twitter fan wrote: "Coronavirus silver-linings: Jack Black is now on Tik Tok."
A second added: "Does any other creator feel pressure to step up and create more, awesomer stuff (jack black dancing!) to keep people going during this time?"
The Jumanji actor only created his Tik Tok account only a day ago but already has almost 287,000 followers.
He has posted four videos, three of which were recorded by his son Sam who seems to have inherited his dad's knack for comedy.
Sam, 13, recorded his dad trying to send a message to his fans, but hilariously cuts him off each time.
In the third and final video of the series Sam turns the camera on himself but let's the video keep recording even after his dad has stopped speaking.
Jack also has another son Thomas, 11, with his wife Tanya Haden whom he married in 2006.
He shot to fame in the early 2000s in films such as High Fidelity, Shallow Hal and School of Rock.
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