The ‘Mad Men’ star Jon Hamm and the ‘Hangover’ star Zach Galifianakis perform a duet of a 80’s pop hit at the Bonnaroo Music Festival.
It seems Jon Hamm has truly bid adieu to his character of the 60’s ad agency man Don Draper. Jon along with his new co-star Zach performed a pop hit ‘We Are The World’ at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee on Sunday.
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During the performance the Jon did not even remotely resemble the character of Don Draper which brought him immense success. However the change is understandable as Jon recently wrapped up his role as Don Draper in the seventh and last season of ‘Mad Men’ earlier in May.
The 44 years old Jon and the 45 years old Zach were recently in Atlanta, Georgia and filmed their upcoming comedy film ‘Keeping Up With The Joneses’ which is set to be released on the 1st of April, 2016. The co-stars apparently decided to make a visit to Manchester, Tennessee where they decided to take the stage in a surprise performance of a duet.
Jon and Zach enthusiastically performed the 1985 charity song originally performed by Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Bruce Springsteen and Cyndi Lauper for aid in Africa. The duet took place during the Superjam party of the Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee where artists cover classic songs in the late night concert.
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The performance seemed to be a spur of a moment decision by the pair. Jon took the stage in casual attire of black sneakers and t-shirt, paired with blue jeans, while Zach wore a similar attire of blue jeans, polo shirt and green sneakers, according to DailyMail. The co-stars seemed to be having the time of their lives during the performance as they encouraged the audience to take part in the performance.