-Today is a big day, because
it’s the 40th anniversary of the premiere in New York
City, today, of “Grease.” -Amazing.
-And that’s cool. [ Cheers and applause ] -How about that?
-I can’t… I mean, also, just the fact
you made “Grease.” I know you’ve probably talked
about it a zillion times, but you’re such a great singer
in that, as well. -Aw, thank you. -We just had a karaoke party
the other day for our nieces. And they’re probably
10 or 12 years old. They all are singing your song
and doing you. They’re doing
impressions of you. I’m like — It’s just — Not only your singing,
but your dancing obviously. Everyone knows you
from your dancing, as well as your singing
and your acting. But I’m like —
The singing knocked me out. The dancing,
the part where you — At the end with
Olivia Newton-John. -The four corners, yeah.
-The four corners? -That’s a — Well, you know,
like in “Pulp Fiction,” I grew up with all these
kind of novelty dances. So, in “Grease,”
there were coming — They needed a step for that “You’re the One That I Want”
at the end. So I said, “Well,
we used to do the four corners. Why don’t we do that?” And then the choreographer said,
“Well, show it to me.” And I did and — -What is the —
Can you show it to me? -Sure. Come on.
Let’s do it. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -My gosh.
This is unbelievable! All right. All right.
What do I do? -Ready? [ Cheers and applause ] -What do I do? -Wait until it gets
into a good groove. -All right. All right.
So what do I do? -Right, left, back, back.
Right, left, back, back. Right, left, back, back.
Right, left, back, back. -You guys! John Travolta! “Gotti” opens this Friday! We’ll be right back
with Sophia Bush Stick around, everybody! -♪ The one I need,
oh, yes, indeed ♪ ♪ You’re the one that I want ♪ ♪ Ooh-ooh-ooh, honey ♪ ♪ The one that I want ♪