Monday, August 3, 2015

VIDEO: Conan announces Alec Baldwin/Shia LaBeouf 'Farewell Tour'

Shia LaBeouf and Alec Baldwin would like to be left the hell alone. The two actors-who recently clashed while working on a play, together-have each made a concerted effort to make a spectacle of their desire to leave a public life behind. LaBeouf, after wearing a bag that said "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE" on his head at a movie premiere, held an art exhibit in Los Angeles called #IAMSORRY. The fringe exhibit saw the actor wearing a similar bag on his head and apologizing to fans one at a time. This is a thing that actually happened.

VIDEO: Conan announces Alec Baldwin/Shia LaBeouf 'Farewell Tour'

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Shia LaBeouf and Alec Baldwin would like to be left the hell alone. The two actors—who recently clashed while working on a play, together—have each made a concerted effort to make a spectacle of their desire to leave a public life behind. LaBeouf, after wearing a bag that said "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE" on his head at a movie premiere, held an art exhibit in Los Angeles called #IAMSORRY. The fringe exhibit saw the actor wearing a similar bag on his head and apologizing to fans one at a time. This is a thing that actually happened.

Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin's mug filled the cover of the latest issue of New York magazine, which happens to include an eternal manifesto in which he counts his gay friends and acquaintances to prove he isn't a homophobe. In this profile he announced he'd be leaving his public life behind.

On Wednesday's episode of Conan, the Team Coco folks had a little fun at the expense of Baldwin and LaBeouf, throwing together a trailer for their upcoming "STOP PAYING ATTENTION TO US" international tour.

Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf—two celebrities plagued by negative publicity and hounded by the media—are announcing their retirement from public life with a MASSIVE, 48-CITY FAREWELL TOUR! It's the Baldwin-LaBeouf "STOP PAYING ATTENTION TO US TOUR!"

It's got explosions and the monster truck rally voiceover guy for added dramatic effect.

Click here to watch the video.

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