Paul F. Tompkins And Natalie Walker Join Forces For 'A Star Is Born' Moment
Today in Sometimes Twitter Is Good news, two entertainers known for Twitter Goodness joined forces for a moving yet funny cover of A Star Is Born’s catchy jam “Shallow.” Comedian Paul F. Tompkins makes his mark on Twitter with general silliness, some spirited singing, and a level of wokeness surprising for a famous white guy. Writer/performer Natalie Walker is Twitter famous for her running series of “audition tapes,” each a scathing parody of the bullshit, sexist supporting roles offered to actresses.
Here is my audition to be in a movie as lady we hate because she is temporarily keepin the people w the symmetrical faces from bein together pic.twitter.com/IM2ftsYubT— Natalie Walker (@nwalks) February 8, 2018
There’s a whole thread of greatness, but the above is my favorite. Though the one below is a close second.
Here is my audition to be in a movie as lady who is married to the great white man who is solving racism forever all by himself pic.twitter.com/lCmDS6G9Oi— Natalie Walker (@nwalks) July 24, 2018
This talented twosome recently appeared together on stage, blending comedy and bravado to perform a cover the Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper duet from A Star Is Born. A snippet of the performance surfaced on Twitter, then thankfully a hero shared a fuller version of this impeccable performance.
I have some good news! pic.twitter.com/W3N6zdOe20— Stephanie Mangano (@MsStephMangano) November 18, 2018
Tompkins and Walker shared the link and the love.
I mean god damn this was fun https://t.co/Q1j44fF0Pj— Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) November 18, 2018
I said at sound check this felt like fanfiction I wrote and now I see it absolutely looks like fanfiction I wrote https://t.co/JE1pZHK3ZH— Natalie Walker (@nwalks) November 18, 2018
Do not meet your heroes unless your heroes are Paul F Tompkins in which case by all means meet your heroes as they are simplyyyyyyyy The Best™️ pic.twitter.com/LPF2pWkkHK— Natalie Walker (@nwalks) November 18, 2018
Header Image Source: Getty
- What if 'Independence Day' with Will Smith is a Warning?
- With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Voting for the Pajiba 10 Begins Now
- The 10 Best Movies Of 2019 So Far
- Meghan McCain Wants to Quit 'The View' (WHY, GOD?!)
- 'Yesterday' Is A Love Letter To East Anglia