As part of a segment of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', tourists were asked by staffers at NBC to have their photos taken. What they didn’t know was that Jimmy Fallon and Mad Men star Jon Hamm were photobombing them.
For tourists heading to the Big Apple, having a bunch of photos taken against the backdrop of city’s beautiful landmarks is usually on top of the list. Well, visitors who recently had their pictures snapped at the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center, got an undoubtedly awesome surprise.
As part of a segment of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, tourists were asked by staffers at NBC to have their photos taken.
What they didn’t know was that Jimmy Fallon and Mad Men star Jon Hamm were photo bombing them. The two would walk, jump and pose behind the unsuspecting smiling tourists. Of course, they clowned it up.
They made silly faces and even shared a hoagie. The end result was a stream of hilarious photos, made even funnier because the tourists initially had no clue the two stars were behind them.
The photo bombing session serves as a nice publicity boost for Hamm, as the season 7 of Mad Men begins soon.