Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard had a night to remember with “Forever and for Always” watching Shania Twain at the Hollywood Bowl.
On Monday, Bell, 42, released a series of photos and videos from the concert—including several of them being bombed by Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson.
“I saw @shaniatwain at @hollywoodbowl last night and sat next to some really cool randoms!” Bell wrote alongside photos and videos of Hanks and Wilson, both 66 years old.
In the first shot, Bell and Hanks are both wearing sports hats and the quad is smiling at the camera. Bell later caught Shepard crying while singing along to one of Twain’s songs in two videos, with recent photos showing Hanks hilariously throwing a photo bomb at the couple.
Hanks and Wilson’s participation in the show comes a week after the couple made headlines after a misunderstanding about the Cannes Film Festival 2023 red carpet.
couple joined Asteroid City It will premiere on May 24 with co-stars and director Wes Anderson. In a photo taken at the event, Hanks was pointing with a wrinkled face and he and Wilson talking to an attendant on the red carpet.
Later, Wilson released a screenshot of a report claiming that, based on the photo, her husband “appeared to have very brief interaction with a worker”. She denied the allegation and explained what was happening in the photo.
“It’s called I can’t hear you. People are shouting. What did you say? Where are we going?” She told Wilson about her noisy red carpet experience. “But this story doesn’t sell! Nice try. We had a great time! Go see Asteroid City!”
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On Thursday, Hanks delivered a graduation speech to Harvard University graduates. The Ivy League school awarded the actor an honorary doctorate of arts, jokingly for which he received his degree “without a little work, no time in the classroom, not even once in that library.”
“I don’t know much about Latin, I don’t have a real passion for enzymes, and it’s something I scanned public global policy in the paper just before I did Wordle,” he joked to graduates while speaking at Harvard Yard’s Tercentenary Theatre. before he urged the students to stand up against “the indifference of a struggle-weary people.”