December 6th, 2010
09:58 AM ET
I don't know about you, but I've always wanted to see Jason Alexander, Huey Lewis, Kathleen Turner and Ricki Lake sing the Beatles' classic "Let it Be."
Lucky for everyone, the Norwegian interview show "Gylne Tider" has made that dream come true. Watching this music video on Youtube, featuring celebrities from the 1980s and '90s sing (or more accurately, lip-sync) to the famous tune, is a surreal experience.
Just when you think a more random assortment of famous people isn't possible, it proves you wrong. Tonya Harding? Fab Morvan of Milli Vanilli? "Miami Vice's" Phillip Michael Thomas? They're all here.
The video started making the rounds on Twitter late last week, even though it's been online for over a month. It was made to promote the new season of "Gylne Tider," in which three guys (who wear red shirts with their names on them, at least here) interview stars of the past and see what they're up to these days.
One has to wonder if the likes of Malcolm Jamal-Warner, Kelly McGillis, and Judd Nelson had any idea that the video (which received hundreds of thousands of more viewers over the weekend) would take off the way it has in the U.S.
What do you think of this gathering of famous faces from the past? Share your thoughts below.
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