Jack Black sat down with HuffPost Live May 6 and wowed host Josh Zepps with an impromptu dance in honor of the LGBT rights movement, which made its way to the Supreme Court last month in the Obergefell v. Hodges case.
Black, who said his new film "The D Train" pushes boundaries with its portrayal of bisexuality, weighed in on the progress on same-sex marriage and other LGBT issues.
"It's a good time for civil rights. ... Get out of the way, oldies!" he said as he busted a move on the HuffPost Live couch.
Check out all the fun in the video above and watch the full HuffPost Live interview with Jack Black here.
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