Merry Christmas from Billy Eichner! In order to properly bring the holiday spirit on the Dec. 10 episode of ‘Billy On The Street,’ Billy enlisted his own Santa’s helper: Will Ferrell! Their hilarious romp through New York City involved Bill Murray, hay and profanity. Click to watch.
If watching Billy Eichner, 37, and Will Ferrell, 48, rush around New York City while wearing pajamas doesn’t put someone in the Christmas spirit, nothing will. The Elf star decided to help out Billy in spreading some holiday cheer — by shouting, cursing and handing out Leo DiCaprio ornaments.
This holiday madness all went down during the Dec. 10 episode of Billy On The Street. The ambush “quiz show” hands out $1 prizes for the right answer to questions like, “Which is the better Christmas movie, Elf or Scrooged?” Despite Will being right there, Billy said Scrooged was the correct choice! What, no A Very Murray Christmas? It had Miley Cryus sing “Silent Night” and more!
When Billy and Will, both dressed in festive footie pajamas, asked a guy in bike helmet who starred in Scrooged, some rando woman came up and said “It’s Charles Dickens, you idiot.” Not only was that wrong, it was rude! Billy threw it back in her face, saying “Actually, it’s Bill Murray, you tw*t!” Yikes! Someone’s going on the Naughty List.
After a while, Will got a bit fed up. After Billy rewarded another person for picking Scrooged over Elf, Will ripped the person’s dollar right out of their hand! You can watch Elf, Meet the Santas, Fred Claus and more — just check out when they’re playing during the 25 Days Of Christmas.
It wasn’t all just shouting and Bill Murray. Will and Billy actually handed out presents. For one lucky person, they were given a bale of hay. Yes, exactly what someone in New York City needs: hay! Despite Will and Billy’s generosity, the person didn’t seem that grateful. You can avoid ending up like Will and Billy by getting all your friends and family exactly what they want with HollywoodLife.com‘s gift guides.
It may have been a “Miracle on 34th Street,” but Will finally met someone who picked his holiday film as their favorite Christmas movie. For a moment, it was as if Buddy The Elf was alive and well, as Will and this woman stranger shared a moment. Ahh, Christmas. It really is the most wonderful time of the year.
What did you think of Billy and Will’s adventure, HollywoodLifers? Would you love to see them make their own Christmas movie?