Gotta love Fred!
The comic was spotted in the lobby of the Beverly Hilton in a shaggy wig "disguise" performing a couple songs. He was apparently at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour to promote the new IFC show 'Documentary NOW!'
Here's a few more angles of his epic performance...
Yesterday, the Internet received a lovely gift in the form of 1,000 musicians all playing the same Foo Fighters song at once. The video has been viewed almost 6 million times as of this writing and has been spread to the four winds of the world wide web.
The stunt was coordinated by Fabio Zaffagnini in an attempt to get the band's attention and persuade them to play in his small northwestern Italian town of Cesena.
Gracious and classy guy that he is, Dave Grohl responded July 31, with a (vertical) video. He gave a message in Italian to the musicians and fans that put together the impressive piece of music and declared an intention for the Foo Fighters to indeed play there.
Here's our transcription of the video with the help of basic linguistic skills and Google translation:
"Hello Cesena, [Unclear, we're not that good] I don't speak Italian. Just a little, a little. This video was beautiful. Very beautiful. Thank you very much.
Yes, we are coming. Promise. I'd love to go there soon. Thank you very much. I love you. Good bye."
The Rockin' 1000, as they're called, has yet to put up a video response on their YouTube account, but they freaked out accordingly on their Facebook page.
Just goes to show you, if you want to get your favorite band's attention, gather 1,000 of your closest musician friends and make a viral sensation.
It's as easy as that.
Chrissy Teigen's Instagram account continues to give up the goods, even if she won't.
Enjoying a hot summer day, July 30 Teigen posted a little snippet of what it must be like to live around the supermodel/actor/Lip Sync Battle cohost.
Poor John Legend. No one feels bad for you.
Teigen's relationship with Instagram has been a wild one to watch. It stems from the fact that she is routinely, and delightfully, very honest about her personal life.
She regularly posts topless pictures to her account, angering the Instagram censors, but obviously bringing her lots of joy.
Here's a censored version of her most recent topless picture, which Instagram removed because it violated their terms.
This probably, definitely, won't be the last, or the least, we will see of Teigen on Instagram.
As if lion hunters weren't having a bad enough week, now the Terminator's after them.
Joining the growing outrage over the Minnesotan lion-hunting dentist who illegally killed a Zimbabwean lion, Arnold Schwarzenegger took to Instagram July 30. He had a few things to say about the ongoing practice of hunting big cats.
He used the hashtag #5forbigcats drawing attention to a National Geographic donation drive raising money to expand conservation efforts.
Big cats in the wild are disappearing at an alarming rate. In fact, within our lifetime, lions in the wild could disappear forever. In support of World Lion Day (August 10), we're raising money to preserve big cats—like lions—and their habitats through National Geographic's Big Cats Initiative.
Your donation, no matter how small, will make a very real difference in the lives of these majestic creatures. From building livestock enclosures to save snow leopards in Nepal to combating lion snaring and poaching in Zambia, the Big Cats Initiative provides on-the-ground conservation and education support to preserve big cat populations worldwide. 100 percent of your donation supports the fieldwork and expeditions of the Society's scientists and explorers, and our work to share their remarkable discoveries with the world.
Earlier that same day, before using his old body building accolades to define a trophy, he posted another message to big cat hunters on Instagram.
July 30 was also Arnold's birthday. The former governor of California chose to spread a little message against big cat hunting while turning 68 years old.
Appropriately, he's a Leo.
If there is a God in heaven this will happen.
Here's what Cuban told Business Insider about potentially being Trump's VP:
"Would I consider?" Cuban responded. "Yes."
However, the "Shark Tank" star and outspoken investor said he would probably not end up accepting the hypothetical offer.
"Would I do it. Probably not," he continued. "I'm not cut out for politics. At least [the] way they are now. Maybe in the future if Trump truly impacts how the game is played."
So, yeah it probably won't happen. But Cuban did make a pretty good POTUS in Sharknado 3.
Perhaps he should reconsider?
As documented by Amy Schumer's Instagram account, she rode on a jet ski with Jennifer Lawrence.
She playfully called JLaw a "maniac" and the Internet's heart bursted with love.
Amy Schumer is me, I am Amy Schumer, we are one. literally me tho if I was this close to Jennifer Lawrence. pic.twitter.com/6c0DPmPElB— meg (@sweetlawrence_) July 30, 2015
New Best Friends Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer Went on a Girls Trip Together: Now this is a squad worth joining.— ~Misaki Mei~ (@C0l0_) July 30, 2015
Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence being friends is exactly what this world needs right now. #squadgoals— E (@Ellephant11) July 30, 2015
I want Jennifer Lawrence & Amy Schumer as my bffs :((— K. (@_mynameisK) July 30, 2015
Who knows how long this budding best friendship has been building, birthed from the shared consciousness of western culture. But Schumer did react very favorably eariler this month when Lawrence mentioned the Trainwreck start at Comic Con.