Stars appear in saucy web video
Los Angeles (ANTARA News) - Stars like Brad Pitt, Robin Williams, Macy Gray and Cameron Diaz have taken cameo roles in a hit internet video series started by chat show host Jimmy Kimmel and his risque comedienne girlfriend Sara Silverman.
Silverman started the spoof series by releasing a video called I'm F---ing Matt Damon in which she breaks up with Kimmel by telling him she has been unfaithful with Damon, DPA reported.
Damon, who is married, joins Silverman in the video and the two describe all the different places they are supposedly having sex.
Silverman then confesses, "Last week when I was playing Scrabble with you online, I was f--ing Matt Damon."
The original video was a viral hit on the net. But Kimmel got his revenge with his own spoof music video that he aired on his post-Oscar talk show, in which he revealed he was having an affair with actor Ben Affleck who won an Oscar with Damon for writing Good Will Hunting.
The video parody features a shirtless Kimmel quietly strumming his guitar in a romantic ballad dedicated to Affleck, who then joins Kimmel in a series of embarrassing poses.
The video features Brad Pitt as a low-key delivery-man bringing Kimmel a cake to celebrate his relationship with Affleck. It ends with a We Are the World-style
tribute to the couple, starring singers such as Robin Williams, Macy Gray, Cameron Diaz, Joan Jett and Huey Lewis. (*) END