Last weekend saw Coachella blow the door of this festival season with its humongous lineup, but per Funny or Die, not even Arcade FÃ¼hrer or Kanye Vice could eclipse the star that was Jeff Goldblum.
His recent collaboration with Biz Markie on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon already cemented the fact that the 58-year-olds musical chops were definitely up to par, but his impromptu performance at the festivals campground was apparently the stuff of legends or at least good enough to piece together a four-minute clip that will undoubtedly go viral before the day is over.
The satire is officially called Goldblum At Coachella, and while fans and bloggers were undoubtedly confused when Goldblum and his band The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra randomly appeared on a portable stage, Funny or Die producer Allison Hord knew exactly what she wanted she was pulling off. Its not even inside Coachella. Its on a cheap wedding stage on the campground, she told the Los Angeles Times, [its] just an amazing opportunity to combine humor with a music festival if anything, campers will get a kick out of it.
They got more than a kick. Gawkers who get dubbed Brundleliers in the video were undoubtedly pleased, and Goldblum and the band sounded tight. Hell, he even invited a spectator named Tim Foley to lead the boys through a version of the standard Imagination Is Funny. Watch the crowd get Goldblumed below.