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Paid PostUpdated on Jul 15, 2020. Posted on Jul 15, 2020Not many can say they got a surprise video call from their favorite celebrity, but these lucky superfans can! BuzzFeed’s very own Jameer Pond hosted a virtual event for superfans of both the hit show AP Bio and the Today show host Al Roker! BuzzFeed/Peacock…

Presented By Peacock: These Superfans Got Surprise Video Chats From Their Fave Celebs

Paid PostUpdated on Jul 15, 2020. Posted on Jul 15, 2020

Not many can say they got a surprise video call from their favorite celebrity, but these lucky superfans can!

BuzzFeed’s very own Jameer Pond hosted a virtual event for superfans of both the hit show AP Bio and the Today show host Al Roker!


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First, avid watchers of the comedy AP Bio got together over video for what they thought was an arts and crafts sesh inspired by the sitcom.


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But in the middle of all the cutting, gluing and bedazzling, stars Patton Oswalt and Glenn Howerton hopped into their sesh, and honestly, you just have to watch how it all went down.

A fan of the show AP Bio showing a puppet to a shocked Patton Oswalt and Glenn Howerton


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Seriously, how great are these reactions?!


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And because surprising people to the point of them falling out of their chair is so fun, we did it again with superfans of Al Roker.

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In the middle of a weather-obsessed craft class, the famous television personality dropped by to see what exactly his fans were up to.

Al Roker surprising fans on video chat


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He also took the time to ask a crafter from New Jersey about the state’s driving abilities. Turns out, in addition to forecasting rain or shine, Al Roker can also tell when a driver is from the Garden State without even looking at their license plate.

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