Sean Evans: Last News


Related News
Sheryl Crow and Paul Rudd help raise money at Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City
The Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City, Missouri kicked off on Friday in person for the first time since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The event is a fundraiser for the local Children's Mercy Cancer Center, and is hosted this year by four actors who grew up in the Kansas City area:Eric Stonestreet, Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle and David Koechner, according to the Kansas City Star.They were joined by about 30 celebrity guests, including musician Sheryl Crow, actors Adam Scott,James Van Der Beek, Ginger Gonzaga, Heidi Gardner, Richard Kind, Kat McNamara, Anthony Hill,Seth Herzog, as well as YouTuber Sean Evans, sports commentator Joe Tessitore and WWE wrestler Baron Corbin, among others. Star power: Musician Sheryl Crow lend her support for the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City that's a fundraiser for the local Children's Mercy Cancer Center Celebrity fundraiser: Paul Rudd was among the four co-hosts who grew up in the Kansas City area, which also included actors Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner; Rudd is pictured with YouTuber Sean Evans, who's the co-creator of the series Hot OnesLike years past, the weekend full of fun features an array of fun-filled events, includinglive music, comedy, magic,live auctions and a Friday afternoon softball game at Kauffman Stadium.With all the celebrities hanging around over the weekend, some of them, like Crow, took part in meet and greets and VIP experiences to help raise money.
Watch Dave Grohl drink multiple shots and discuss his love of UFOs on ‘Hot Ones’
Dave Grohl has made his debut appearance on the hugely popular YouTube interview series Hot Ones.The Foo Fighters frontman made the appearance on the First We Feast show, which sees celebrity guests answering questions while eating increasingly hot chicken wings, to promote the band’s new movie Studio 666, which is set to be released tomorrow (February 25).During the interview, which you can watch in full below, Grohl was told that he was one of the “most-requested Hot Ones guests of all-time” and responded by regularly taking shots with host Sean Evans throughout the wide-ranging interview.The former Nirvana drummer spoke highly of Lorde, Thundercat and Billie Eilish‘s respective appearances on Hot Ones, while he also recalled how he was once electrocuted on stage after jumping into a pool mid-performance.Grohl reserved particular praise for Alabama Shakes during his Hot Ones interview, despite recalling how they beat Foo Fighters to the Grammy for Best Rock Performance in 2016.Grohl also spoke about his ambition to one day play live with AC/DC (“the only thing I have left to do in my life is jam with AC/DC”) and was asked about his long-standing fascination with UFOs.“From an early age, I was super-into UFOs,” he explained. “I read this book, Above Top Secret, and in that I saw the term ‘Foo Fighters’.