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Matt LeBlanc Is THAT Embarrassing Dad on the Taylor Swift Live performance

Matt Leblanc
Matt Leblanc

Not even Taylor Swift can get Matt LeBlanc’s daughter to suppose her dad is cool. The Associates star has a 12-year-old daughter, Marina, and thought that will rating the final word “cool dad” factors by taking her to a Taylor Swift live performance and even getting up on stage with the pop star.

“Taylor was good sufficient to allow us to come backstage,” he instructed Conan O’Brien on Tuesday evening. “I went backstage and Chris Rock was there together with his two little ladies. So Taylor met all the women after which she mentioned, ‘Hey, , in one in all my movies, the man from my video is right here and he’s the primary male mannequin on the planet. I need to introduce him on stage, after which I’d like it should you and Chris got here up on stage, and I might introduce you guys because the quantity two and quantity three male fashions on the planet.’”

“I had no thought it was coming. Chris and I checked out one another and he hadn’t shaved, , not likely able to go on stage on the Staples Middle,” he joked, however mentioned he felt obligated to assist out Swift. Plus, perhaps his daughter would suppose it was cool.

“We’re like, ‘No matter you want, Taylor, we’re right here to assist.’ So subsequent factor I do know, we’re beneath this stage,” LeBlanc says. “The mannequin man, he goes up first after which walks down this lengthy catwalk. And Chris Rock and I are there and I bear in mind simply standing there him beneath the stage and pondering, ‘Wow that is very weird. I’ve by no means labored with him earlier than, don’t actually know him that nicely.”

“We each take a look at one another and simply form of go, ‘Okay, simply flip it as much as 11 and act like a idiot. Right here we go. And it was form of enjoyable, simply stroll down the stage and dance.”

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