Bill Murray Wears Dress, Rides A Horse With Murray-achi Band, Does Shots Of Tequila On Jimmy Kimmel
On Thursday night, Bill Murray once again took over an entire room. The 64-year-old made quite an epic entrance on Jimmy Kimmel Live by riding in on a horse while being escorted by a mariachi band, sorry, a Murray-achi band. And he was wearing a lovely red dress. The comedian also donned a cowboy hat with matching boots, a cardigan sweater and a crossbody tote. I have to be honest, at first I thought he was Carol from The Walking Dead.
Jimmy Kimmel perfectly introduced Murray, “He’s a one-man festival on his own, and he’s with us for no other reason than to bring joy to our lives.” The late night host was quite a gentleman and assisted the very ladylike Murray off his horse, which he was riding sidesaddle.
“What a cute outfit,” Kimmel admired. “You look very pretty, very beautiful.”
Once Murray finally got off his high horse, he discussed his philosophy on filling out a NCAA bracket and did shots of Don Julio Tequila.
Murray talked about his son Luke, an assistant coach of the Rhode Island Rams, who are playing in the NIT Tournament.
He described his unusual relationship with Rick Ross.
Murray tells why he jumps behind the bar and says his best mixology concoction as a bartender is water. He also gives scientific advice on how to avoid hangovers.
The show was shot at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, so anyone in the area should eagerly await a random Bill Murray appearance.
Who knew that Bill Murray had such nice legs.