Like a boss.
The Lonely Island played their first ever show last night (May 27) in preparation for their headline show at Clusterfest this week.
The comedy trio have played live numerous times on TV over the years, but last night’s gig in Pasadena, California was their first ever full live concert set.
Clusterfest is a collaboration between Comedy Central and Superfly and will take place in San Francisco between June 1-3.
Check out footage from the rare Lonely Island performance below.
Fan footage of the comedy trio playing their various hits in the appropriate uniforms including white tuxedos for ‘I’m On A Boat’ and blue turtlenecks for ‘Jizz In My Pants’.
After news of a cancellation from Fox, Andy Samberg-starring sit-com Brooklyn Nine-Nine was revived by NBC. It was confirmed that NBC has recommissioned the show for a 13-episode run. It’s said that Netflix, Hulu and TBS were also keen to snap it up.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine debuted in 2013 and has since won three Golden Globes and two Emmy nominations.
Back in 2016, a teacher was suspended after playing The Lonely Island’s T-Pain collaboration ‘I’m On A Boat’ and Duck Sauce’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’ to his class of 15-16-year-old Grade 10 students, during a lesson on satire.