December 6th, 2010, 04:39 PM
If you’ve been on the internet over the past few days, you’ve most likely already seen this. If not, enjoy this bizarre video of countless celebrities, many of them washed up B-Level stars, singing The Beatles’ “Let it Be” to promote a Norwegian TV show called Gylne Tider (Golden Times).
Look at that line-up of stars! Jason Alexander from Seinfeld! Ricki Lake! Glenn Close of Damages fame! Huey Lewis (who, in a related matter, should change his band name to Huey Lewis and the Old News)! Inadequate replacement for Sean Connery in the James Bond movies Roger Moore! Judd Nelson from The Breakfast Club! That guy from Police Academy! Theo from The Cosby Show! Those are just a few of the blast from the past celebs who make cameos in this extended promo/best music video ever. Oh and of course Dee Snider from 80’s hair band Twisted Sister and his own reality show Growing Up Twisted, because he doesn’t pass on anything. I believe he would write this blog post if I emailed him.
So how did a Norwegian show about interviewing stars from years ago, which it just so happens most Americans have never heard of, get all these stars to sing Let it Be in front of a green screen for a commercial? Turns out they may have bent the truth a bit! David Faustino (aka Bud Bundy from Married… with Children) claims he was pulled aside by the crew for an interview at a red carpet event, and following the interview they asked him to take part in a charity music video they were recording. Maybe in Norway TV shows are considered charities? Also, what red carpet is Bud Bundy walking down these days? Maybe he works at a carpet store.