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Photo: Aaron Paul Disguised As Pope Francis During Arcade Fire Coachella Set
Aaron Paul was certainly having a blast at Coachella. The Breaking Bad actor was seen last weekend at the fest photobombing folks with a excited thumbs-up pose. But what festival-goers might not have realized was that Paul was disguised under a bobblehead at Arcade Fire's closing set on Sunday.
Consequence of Sound reported today that our favorite dude who played Jesse Pinkman on the seminal drama was right under the Pope Francis papier-mâché head.
Well-regarded fan Twitter account @ArcadeFireTube tweeted out the following message, confirming Paul's disguise:
Meanwhile, @ScottQuest Instagrammed a photo of Paul holding onto the Pope head at the festival.
We're not sure who else were secretly under the other heads, but we can only assume more big names. According to Consequence of Sound, The Strokes' Julian Casablancas hid under the bobblehead that was made to look like Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler at Lollapalooza Argentina earlier this month. You can see Casablancas revealing his identity at the 1:29-minute mark in the video below:
Also, in Sept. 2013, Arcade Fire premiered a 30-minute-long "Here Comes the Night Time" special on NBC that included a plethora of stars, and had Ben Stiller and Bono under the bobbleheads.
This isn't the first time Paul and Arcade Fire have shared a stage together. Paul made a cameo on SNL as Jesse Pinkman for a sketch back in Sept. 2013. Arcade Fire was the musical guest on that episode. Who knows? Maybe the seed for Paul hiding in the bobblehead might have been planted back then!
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