Billie Eilish Scares Her Fan Melissa McCarthy – EXTENDED


Melissa was a huge
Billie Eilish fan and wanted to be in a video. So we kind of made that happen. Dream fulfilled, guys. Not that Billie knew. She was– Yeah, it wasn’t
sanctioned by Billie. No, we didn’t– I don’t think she was hankering
for a 48-year-old mother to be in her video. But– But it happened. We made it happen. [MUSIC – BILLIE EILISH, “BAD
GUY”] White shirt now
red, my bloody nose. Sleeping, you’re
on your tippy toes, creeping around
like no one knows, think you’re so criminal. Know what? It’s raspberry. So you’re a tough guy, like
it really rough guy, just can’t get enough guy,
chest always so puffed guy. I’m that bad type, make
your mama sad type, make your girlfriend mad tight,
might seduce your dad type. I’m the bad guy. Whoo! 23. But then I– first, that was
the summer when I was 14. Then I turned 15 and met Roger. Oh, boy. Roger. Oh, I think you’re
too hard on yourself. You’re real [INAUDIBLE],,
like a feather. Ha! Oh, allergies, huh? Need a lozenge? A lozenge. What a crazy word. Oh, here I go. I’m only good at being bad. Bad. We’re practically twins. We’re blood twins. I’m a bad guy. You got [INAUDIBLE]. Oh my god. It was so fun. All right, have
you heard from her? I haven’t. Somebody’s– I think
she put it out. So I’m hoping that
she’s OK with it. I think she is. She’s pretty funny. And her mom– I think I said,
maybe I said this. For her mom was my
first improv teacher. No way! Maggie Baird, who is amazing. So they were– I think when this
came out, they were on tour. Do you know that
if she probably– [SCREAMING] Oh my god! I love you! Oh my god. You scared me! Oh my god. I’ve never been scared
like that before. I didn’t know. How you doing? Oh my god. What if you– what if you
knocked me out, if I like– oh my god! Oh my. Holy cow. How long were you in there. Were you just
hanging out in there? I was in there
for a minute, man. For a long time! Whoo! And she’s going on tour. So she rushed to do this
just as a favor to you. Are you– oh my god. She– is it OK? Were you happy with it? It’s so cute! It’s cute. I [INAUDIBLE] Oh, I got a lot of– it made me cool for a minute
with my kids, sorry to say. Did it? I’m glad. Yeah, I’m glad. I’m glad. I’m glad. No, it was so cute. You’re the only poster up in
Vivi’s room, that you met. Them claws is real. Yeah. Don’t want no cat
fight with you, girl. What? Play it back? All right, let’s just
see what happened here. Oh, god. –that if she probably– [SCREAMING] Oh my god! Oh my god! I literally thought– I thought I was like, I
got sparkly for a minute. I was like– Did you know it was her? I didn’t know what it was. I was like, it’s Santa! It’s not Santa. Is a Santa man about
to pop out now? Where– [INAUDIBLE] falling off. Oh my god. No Michael B. Jordan
or nothing like that? It’s Santa. It scared the– They went– they got scared. They went in another direction. I went that– I went behind. I threw Tiffany in front of me. Yeah. That’s what I would do. I’m still weirdly shaking. You’re just not supposed
to experience that. Really? I mean, it’s delightful,
but also terrifying. She wanted to do it. She loves the
scares on the show. I did. I pulled up. I was like, I had to avoid you
because you actually got here at the same time I did. Really? And so I had to pull
my car into, like, my own private little spot. Oh my gosh. Was that why I
couldn’t go over there. Yeah, it was. Oh. It was. We had to run by
halls and stuff. But she did this for you,
because she’s got to take off. She’s starting her tour tonight. So– Where do you go? Where’s first? [CHEERING] [INAUDIBLE] I really
don’t know what’s first. But I’m gone for a
month, once again. So I’m excited. I’m actually, like– We’re coming to see you. Are you doing any south of LA? Yes. I’m at the Greek. I’m at the Shrine. I just bought tickets today. You did? You bought tickets? Why are you buying them? I can get you in, though. Yeah, she’s awesome. I didn’t know you’d be
coming out of a box today. I would have asked you. How are you? You good? I’m good. I’m good. How are you? OK, I’m good. Yeah? All right. I’m good. All right. I got a cramped knee now. Oh no. My leg is all kinds of cramped. Got to stretch it out! I know. The kitchen is in
theaters August 9. We’ll be right back. Billie Eilish, everybody!

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