Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick sing a charming song in honor of their 30th anniversary

Oct 12, 2018
09:57 P.M.
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Famous couple Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary with a video singing a Bee Gees' 1967 song.


Bacon, 60, and Sedgwick, 53, were married on September 4, 1988. To honor their pearl anniversary, the actor took to social media to share a sweet video of the couple singing "To Love Somebody" by the Bee Gees.

"30 years! I can’t believe it. [Sedgwick] is the woman of my dreams and the music in my life," Bacon captioned the post.

Both of the stars can carry a tune perfectly. In the clip, they can be seen harmonizing and strumming along side by side.


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The pair shared a kiss at the end of the clip. “Well done,” Bacon told Sedgwick. “I love you.”

Sedgwick then responded with an Instagram post of her own. “30 years (yesterday). Lucky Lady,” she wrote.

Bacon, who was previously in a five-year relationship with actress Tracy Pollan, in the 1980s, also added one more snap of his wife lounging solo with an incredible desert scene in the background.

Bacon and Sedgwick met on the set of the PBS version of Lanford Wilson's play "Lemon Sky."


The two have starred together in "Pyrates," "Murder in the First," "The Woodsman," and "Loverboy." They share two children, Travis Sedgwick, 29, and Sosie Ruth, 26.

In 2012, Sedgwick got candid about what makes Bacon a great better half.

"I don't know how he does it, but he always makes me feel like I'm the most beautiful woman in the room – the only girl in the room," she said.

"He says 'Honey, you look beautiful. You are sexy!' Always, always, always!"


Sedgwick added: "He is so honorable. He is so ethically true. He has high moral standards, and he doesn't lie and he doesn't cheat – and I find that sexy! I am constantly in awe of Kevin's levelheadedness and his lack of 'crazy.'"

Meanwhile, Bacon opened up about the secret to his long marriage in a 2015 interview with ET.

"Whatever you do, don't listen to celebrities on advice on how to stay married," he said. "That's my secret."