Our Favorite Thing Today: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Hilariously Dorky Version of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'

Our Favorite Thing Today: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Hilariously Dorky Version of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'

Aug 29, 2013

Though they'd rarely let it slip on air, the worst part of a promo tour for actors has to be when they have to go on radio talk shows. They're obviously not all bad, but often these shows tend to be hosted by two people who aren't really big movie fans in the first place and so they have to rely on some weird gimmick for the interview. In the case of one London radio station, that gimmick happened to be asking The World's End stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to do a live cover of Daft Punk's hit song "Get Lucky."

To their credit, Pegg and Frost seem to be good sports about it and play along. Then things get a little weird. The DJs bop along like it really is a hot cover, and then toward the end Pegg slips into this voice that sounds freakishly like British funnyman Matt Berry. Check it out.

And since we're talking about it, we can't help but share the one scene we picture every time we hear celebs on drive-time radio shows.

 

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