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Jamie Foxx, Colin Jost & Aidy Bryant surprise NYC bar-goers with free drinks and comedy

The Grey Goose surprise NYC bar takeovers by Jamie Foxx, Colin Jost, and Aidy Bryant launched the super-premium vodka brand’s new global platform Live Victoriously.

At the Times Square EDITION hotel bar, Jamie Foxx surprised unsuspecting bar patrons with Grey Goose cocktails and an impromptu stand-up comedy routine – a quick preview to his upcoming comedy tour, which he officially announced will be titled “Kill the Comedian” during the set. “Kill the Comedian” will be the Golden Globe, Oscar, and Grammy award-winner’s first comedy special since 2002. See a lucky bar-goer’s Instagram video of the title announcement here:’s tweet about the night is here:


At the after-work hotspot Underdog in NYC’s Financial District, Colin Jost was seen flexing his biceps while shaking Grey Goose cocktails for lucky ladies at the bar. After his stand-up routine, Jost was asked about his relationship status, and confirmed – to the audience’s dismay – that he was still going strong with girlfriend Scarlett Johanssen. To mend the broken hearts, the 36-year old SNL star entered the crowd to take selfies and photo booth images with a few lucky ladies. See Colin’s photo booth GIF with a fan in the dropbox link below, and another fan’s Instagram post here: See Colin’s tweet about the night here:

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