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Here are Jeff Goldblum and Sarah Silverman singing a beautiful duet
Hopefully they take requests.
In YouTube video uploaded by Silverman, Goldblum takes some time off from fatherhood to join his Run Ronnie Run co-star at her piano. There, they launch into a rendition of the 1927 tune “Me and My Shadow,” which has historically been performed by such musical greats as Judy Garland, Perry Como, and even James Caan in the movie Funny Lady.
So how well do they match up to a performance by Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr.?
In addition to Run Ronnie Run and an episode of The League, Goldblum and Silverman were also going to appear together as ex-lovers on the series Susan 313, but the idea was scrapped by executives after the pilot.
Screengrab via Sarah Silverman/YouTube | Remix by Max Fleishman
Mike Fenn is a former contributor to the Daily Dot whose beats included Reddit, YouTube, and all things WTF. His work has also appeared in Forbes and News.com.au.