Kevin Bacon and Kayra Sedwick may be one of Hollywood’s best-known couples, but that doesn’t mean it has always been effortless sailing.

The “Footloose” star, 62, appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on Wednesday and spoke to the film star about her engagement with “American Idol” Alum.

“I proposed to her on Christmas Eve,” Bacon recalled. “Back then we were stocking, so I put the ring in the toe of the stocking, so it opened up a bunch of useless crap and had an engagement ring underneath it.”

Tare said he “really” didn’t want anyone to know that he was about to pop the question, so he refrained from telling friends and family, meaning he would have to pick a ring on his own.

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“I got this ring and I felt it bang, I mean I was like, ‘I found it, I won it.” I gave it to her, she was very touched, cried and said, ‘I do,’ “she said.

However, about three months later, Bacon wakes up in the middle of the night to find Sedgewick crying.

“She is crying and she is crying, and she cannot even say what is going on, I am like, ‘Oh my God, what has happened?’ I thought maybe she was breaking up with me or I don’t know what I thought, “Missed the star.” Finally, she goes, ‘I don’t like the ring.’

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He Continuous: “I stopped talking to him – ‘It’s all right, it’s all right … We’ll go back. I don’t mind, we’ll take it back’ – he felt awful.”

Kyra Sedwick and Kevin Bacon have been married for 32 years now.  (Photo by Roy Rochlin / Getty Image)

Kyra Sedwick and Kevin Bacon have been married for 32 years now. (Photo by Roy Rochlin / Getty Image)

Things have worked in his favor, however, after the couple has been married for 32 years. They share two children: Travis, 31, and Sosi, 29.

During the interview Bacon also admitted that he had agreed to give his wife bikini wax in the house during the epidemic.

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“It was a complete disaster,” he said. “But I think it gave us a full appreciation for those waxers who are on the front lines of doing God’s work.”