Norwegian talk show gathers stars of the '80s for puzzling Beatles cover song video
What better way to close out the week than by watching Huey Lewis, George Wendt, Steve Guttenberg, Tonya Harding, Roger Moore, Philip Michael Thomas, David Faustino, Alphonso Ribeiro and basically every other bold-namer who we thought was safely stowed away back in the '80s sing "Let It Be" in front of a green screen in a promo for a Norwegian talk show?
But, um, what is Glenn Close doing with this crowd? I guess "Fatal Attraction" qualified her for inclusion?
Credit for this juicy find goes to BlogPost's Melissa Bell, tireless locator of really important stuff.
(If your appetite has only been whetted, there's more after the jump, )
Bonus! It's "We Are the World" as interpreted by Lou Gossett Jr., Larry Hagman, Lorenzo Lamas, Linda Evans and more:
| December 3, 2010; 4:25 PM ET
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