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The annual ESPY awards will be televised live on Wednesday, hosted by Saturday Night Live’s Seth Meyers. Many celebrities and athletes will be in attendance, including actors Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
The duo is promoting their new movie, “The Other Guys,” and stopped by the ESPN studios to discuss the ESPY’s, and also chimed in on the show “Sports Nation,” which is hosted by Michelle Beadle and Colin Cowherd.
The first video features Ferrell and Wahlberg talking supposed ESPY awards, while the second video involves a debate between the two over “Sports Nation.”
When Chris Bosh isn’t asking his twitter followers what team he should sign with or enjoying not liking Toronto with Hedo Turkoglu, he’s probably filming a video.
The big man gained internet fame after posting a video a couple of years ago on YouTube endorsing himself for the 2008 All-Star game, and has released a few other videos that reached moderate success on his YouTube channel ‘cboshtv‘.
Today Bosh tweeted that he was “meeting with funny or die in a few”. Funny or Die is the comedic brainchild of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and is known for getting big names for their satirical skits.
Funny or Die, who have nearly 1.5 million followers on twitter, tweeted a photo of Bosh at the FoD office holding an official FoD hat.
This could only mean one thing, that Chris Bosh and Funny or Die have collaborated to make a video that will come out sooner or later. Until then, here is Bosh’s latest video, him doing an advertisement for Google’s newest phone, the Nexus One.
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Usually celebrities and A-list Hollywood actors make a fool of themselves during charity sports events, but not Woody Harrelson.
Harrelson’s sports resume isn’t completely blank, as he starred in the basketball comedy ‘Semi-Pro’ , but he doesn’t have the ties to soccer like fellow co-star Will Ferrell does.
The UNICEF Celebrity Soccer game which featured an England squad against the Rest of the World team, both teams made up of celebrities and retired soccer players. Harrelson and other celebrities such as Mike Myers and Ricky Hatton played in front of a crowd of 65,000 at Old Trafford in Manchester.
The game was forced into a shootout after a 2-2 tie at the end of 90 minutes, and an unlikely hero emerged. Harrelson nailed his penalty shot to secure the victory for the Rest of the World team to the dismay of the home crowd.
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