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Yes, that is none other than Will Ferrell, ultra-famous celebrity who has been dominating the world of comedy for the last decade.
And yes, that is him sporting a mustache (thereby making him tougher than you, because we all know real men wear mustaches, or use turtles to motivate their team) at Tuesday night’s Suns-Lakers game.
However, while the star of Anchorman, Elf, Ricky Bobby and a thousand other movies was sitting courtside, he was not doing so in a manner you might be inclined to think.
He was not chillin’ and rubbing elbows with the likes of Jack Nicholson. He was not having cocktails and schmoozing with fans and other celebrities as Hollywood’s finest (and yes, they’re still way bigger than the Clippers; one season does not make or break a franchise).
Instead, Ferrell, in the trademark red blazer of the Staples Center security team, spent the evening running a tight ship. Or making sure everything was run smoothly. Or keeping the fans in the stands. Anything you want to call it.
Ferrell had crashed the game as a security guard, because when you’ve literally done it all — from providing the people of San Diego with their news to making out with Borat after a NASCAR race — what is left for you to do?
Be an actual security guard in real life, while pretending your name is Ted Vagina, that’s what.
h/t: Last Angry Fan