Jack Black let his “Master Exploder” hang out on Instagram.
The “Holiday” star and his Tenacious D bandmate, Kyle Glass, posed nude on social media Friday to announce the return of their band’s Spicy Meatball Tour.
Black posed in a rocker-like position and concealed his manly parts with his guitar. Glass, on the other hand, pretended to strum his guitar that also conveniently covered him up.
“The Spicy Meatball is rolling into town…” the “School of Rock” actor, 54, captioned the photo.
The tour will kick off in North Carolina on Sept. 6 and make stops in Tennessee, Arkansas and more.
Fans, however, were more focused on the naked image.
“The sexiest men in rock ‘n’ roll 🔥,” commented one follower.
“Sometimes life gives you little gifts like this.. 🤘,” photographer Matt Blum added.
“❤️💛💚🤘🏽,” famed music manager Guy Oseary wrote.
“This is a hot picture,” admired Chelsea Handler.
Before Black became a star for his films and music, he credited late actress Anne Bancroft for giving him the confidence he exudes on stage.
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Pal Bob Odenkirk wrote in his 2022 memoir, “Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama,” that he once asked Black how he had so much conviction while working despite being relatively unknown.
“F–kin’ Anne Bancroft,” the “Nacho Libre” star replied before explaining that he and Bancroft’s son, Max Brooks, whom she shared with Mel Brooks, attended the same Los Angeles high school.
“We did a production of ‘The Miracle Worker’ that Anne Bancroft was in the original movie of [and won an Oscar for], and so she came to the show, even though Max wasn’t in the show,” Black told Odenkirk, according to the book.
“But she knew that we were doing this play, she knew the author, and she came and gave us a little pep talk before the show.”
The “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Star” star went on to explain that after the show, he returned home to find a message on his answering machine.
“A tape that I played hundreds of times, he recalled. “She said, ‘Jaaack … born to do it … you were born to do it.’ That just meant so much to me.”