Wait, is that Will or Little Debbie? It’s BOTH! The hilarious comedian donned the costume we’ve all seen on our favorite snack packs of brownies and Swiss rolls! Click to WATCH!
We know who Will Ferrell, 47, is going to dress up as for Halloween! The Get Hard funnyman appeared on The Tonight Show on March 18 as Little Debbie. Yes, really. Complete with a curly wig and dress, Will discussed his “30-year deal” as the snack cakes lady!
Will Ferrell As Little Debbie On ‘The Tonight Show’
Will may be prepping to go to jail in his new movie, but he’s playing everyone’s favorite snack spokesperson — Little Debbie! No, this is not a joke.
Host Jimmy Fallon asked if he had to wear the plaid dress and sun hat all the time, and Will’s answer will surprise you. “This is all the time,” he said. “I signed a 30-year deal. I will be some version of Little Debbie until I’m 77.”
Well, we might as well get used to Will wearing this look. (But if we’re being completely honest, he totally rocks it!)
“If I do a movie, and it’s not a Little Debbie-based movie, I’m allowed to change and wear a costume that’s appropriate,” he continued. “But they do ask for one scene as Little Debbie.”
Will Ferrell starring as Little Debbie in a biopic would be epic. This must happen.
Less than a week before Will donned his Little Debbie costume, he reprised his role as Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy at Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central roast. From Bieber sex life jokes to Justin’s hair, Ron didn’t let the singer down easy.
“This kid has spunk, moxie and probably a few other STDs, OK?” Will said to Justin at the roast. “I’ve always encouraged people to stay classy, and what’s more classy than hanging out with Floyd Mayweather? Would I love to see Biebs spending time with Oscar Pistorius? Of course I would, but that day will come.”
In addition, Will as Ron Burgundy dissed Justin “gay figure skater” hair and said Justin only writes songs for “9-year-olds.” Yikes!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think about Will’s latest character appearance? Is he better as Ron Burgundy or Little Debbie? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson