Zach Galifianakis is zany, wild and crazy. The funnyman will stop at nothing in order to get a laugh. The Hangover star freaked out the live audience on Saturday Night Live when he shaved his own head to entertain them during the show.
Unlike Justin Bieber, who pretended to shave his head on Jimmy Kimmel Live last month, this time it appeared Zach really shaved his head. Galifianakis quipped: “Thanks a lot everybody, but unfortunately we did not get to the Mr T sketch. A real bummer, if you ask me.”
But did he really shave his head? If you look close it appears Zach might have been wearing a bald cap which he shaved. It certainly looks like the read deal.
Galifianakis certainly wouldn’t hurt his image if he did actually shave his head because he is so popular right now he can do no wrong.
During the same performance on SNL Galifianakis praised the use of cannabis by holding up giant cards that read: “Clap if you endorse legalized marijuana” and “I smoke so much pot sometimes I forget to smoke it.” The studio audience was delighted with the stint on the NBC popular show.
The comedian went on to wow the audience even further when he performed a sketch that saw him dress up as the 80’s movie orphan, Annie. The actor gradually removed all his clothes, only to reveal he was wearing the famous red dress that little Annie’s character wore in the movie. Then he skipped gleefully across the stage, singing the words to the character’s hit song ‘Tomorrow.’
In yet another sketch, the wild and wooly comic dressed up as Hannibal Lecter from the movie, ‘Silence of the Lambs’. The title of the sketch was titled, ‘Scared Straight’.
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