However, the purity of the video doesn’t stop there. At the time, Rudd was rocking out to Foo Fighters covering “Blitzkrieg Bop,” originally by the Ramones.
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Additionally, when comedic writer and director Aaron Chewning shared the video during the Foo Fighters’ Atlanta stop to Twitter, it garnered positive reactions and hilarious responses.
“Here’s Paul Rudd loving the hell out of the Foo Fighters show last night,” Chewning says in a tweet.
Check out the video of Rudd jamming to the “Fighters of Foo” below.
Here’s Paul Rudd loving the hell out of the Foo Fighters show last night pic.twitter.com/ykxmhqCna1
— Aaron Chewning (@AaronChewning) February 4, 2019
Of course, fans were quick to share their dancing Paul Rudd gifs. Additionally, they shared clips of Rudd’s performances in cinematic masterpieces such as I Love You, Man and Role Models Check out Twitter user’s responses below.
— Evan Thon (@Evan_Thon) February 4, 2019
— Ashley Trout (@ashley_trout) February 4, 2019
— The Headass Horseman (@Jacob4L) February 4, 2019
— ᴀᴍᴀʏᴀ ✪ 81 days (@petersuwus) February 4, 2019
In recent Foo Fighters news, Foo Fighters are rescheduling their shows at the Fillmore in New Orleans, due to a “band injury.” The rockers took to Twitter on Monday to update fans and concertgoers of the development.
An update on the upcoming New Orleans, LA shows. Please read below. pic.twitter.com/kC5gVyB4ju
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) February 4, 2019
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