Jimmy Fallon is at it again photobombing tourists’ NYC memories, this time with the amazing Jon Hamm. Hamm and Fallon took to the town to add some laughs to people’s Christmas cards.
What would Don Draper think of this madness?
The king of quirky indie films is no stranger to odd situations, and as you can see, it goes way back. Michael Cera causally hanging out behind two macaw parrots could like a poster for his next film.
Of course, the parrot guy is none the wiser and is just proud to show off his two feathered friends.
Mr. Loveable can do no wrong. This exhausted young fan had the fortune of passing out beside the nicest man in Hollywood, perhaps the world. Clearly, nothing could keep him awake.
Not even pizza or Tom Hanks. I mean, what else do you really need?
Photobombs at their core are awkward. If you're a celebrity, often your sheer star power gets you out of those truly embarrassing situations. Not the case over here. Bill, hold yourself together and smile to the camera, you know, where the lens is.
We hope this didn't ruin this young lady's shot with one of her political idols.
Here the tables have turned, and it's not just celebrities awkwardly walking in on family shots or couples. This little old lady stumbled on the king and queen of the music industry and could not quite believe it. Her face is priceless.
Beyonce at least shoots her a gracious smile. Jay Z doesn't seem to notice, though. Who would with Beyonce on their arm?