Mad Men actor Jon Hamm appeared onstage during Belle And Sebastian‘s set at Bonnaroo Festival over the weekend.
The festival took place in Manchester, Tennessee, with the Scottish band performing on Saturday night (June 13). During their performance, Hamm took to the stage and proceeded to try and throw gummy bear sweets into the mouth of frontman Stuart Murdoch. Watch a clip of that below.
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Jon Hamm also appeared onstage with The Hangover actor Zach Galifianakis at Bonnaroo. The pair performed a duet of 1985 USA For Africa charity single ‘We Are The World’.
Meanwhille, Hamm recently suggested a Mad Men spin-off series centred on Sally Draper, the daughter of his character Don, in which she would become a Joan Jett-like rock star in the 70s and date Kurt Cobain in the 90s.
He explained: “We would want to watch Sally grow up. Move through the 70s and turn into a rock star and turn into Joan Jett or something. Ride a motorcycle and kill a guy. Make a bunch of money and then become Oliver Stone in the 80s. Date Kurt Cobain in the 90s. She’s just a touchstone for every generation. Yeah, I’d watch that show. Sally Through the Decades.”
Asked about Hamm’s mooted spin-off, actress Kiernan Shipka – who played Sally Draper on the show – replied: “That was funny! I think they all decided the title would be Sally Through the Decades! I’m good with it. I’m not saying no.”