February 08, 2019

Sam Elliott bewitched the audience by copying Lady Gaga's lyrics

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Sam Elliott is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, but even more famous than his face is his deep and masculine voice.

During a guest appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the actor was asked to use his voice to read a couple of Lady Gaga's lyrics.

The moment was hilarious and made everyone in the audience laugh out loud, with the video ending up on Youtube for the entire world to see.

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Elliott's voice is iconic, and no matter what he says, it will always sound magnificent and powerful, even if he is just ordering food at a restaurant.



Colbert was well aware of that and he knew just what to do with that valuable piece of information, which was why he set the actor up for the funny skit.

The host asked Elliot to give some of Lady Gaga's lyrics 'the Sam Elliott treatment' and the Hollywood legend agreed, although he was hesitant at first.



Once Elliott started reading the lyrics presented to him, he started feeling a little embarrassed, but pushed through and read every single word on the screen.

It was all in the name of great fun and, in the end, the 74-year-old managed to draw a lot of laughs, especially when he said 'I won't tell you that I love you, kiss or hug you cause I'm bluffin' with my muffin.'



Elliott has been quite busy in the past few months, having starred in "The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot" and the critically acclaimed "A Star is Born."

The latter has received very positive reviews and Lady Gaga, who worked alongside Elliott and Bradley Cooper in the film, couldn't help but admire Elliott for his incredible talent at the Toronto Film Festival.