Ian Somerhalder and Norman Reedus Had a Better Weekend Than Any of Us
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Ian Somerhalder and Norman Reedus Had a Better Weekend Than Any of Us

By Vivian Kane | Celebrities Are Better than You | March 3, 2014 | Comments ()


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While we were all sitting around complaining about/marveling over the Oscars, Norman Reedus and Ian Somerhalder had a better idea. They were flinging beads off a parade float in New Orleans.

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They were named Grand Marshalls of the Endymion parade, because what better representatives could you choose for anything than Daryl and Boone? Seriously, I challenge you.

The two took over Esquire’s Instagram account.



Which is fun, but not quite as entertaining as Paul F. Tompkins taking over Esquire’s Twitter account during the Oscars (he called out every “bow-tie” coward in that room!).

Norman is suspiciously absent from the Esquire page, but one look at his own posts gives us an indication of the state he may have been in.

It’s the state we would all be in, were we in New Orleans right now.





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