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Turns out, Glenn Close is an Experience Unloaded fan.

While the star lost the best supporting actress Oscar to Minari’s Youn Yuh-jung on Sunday (April 25), Close won the best moment of the night she busted a move to E.U.’s 1988 hit, “Da Butt.”

The surprising turn of events all started when Questlove and Lil Rel Howery hosted an Oscars trivia game, in which they played attendees various songs and they subsequently had to guess if the track had won an Oscar, was nominated or none of the above.

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When Lil Rel attempted to throw the 74-year-old Close for a loop by blaring the School Daze track, she responded by listing off facts about the song, shouting out E.U., and eventually jumping up to, well, shake “Da Butt.”

Watch the trivia game, with Close’s big moment beginning at the four-minute mark, below.

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