Here's something you didn't know you needed, but won't be able to live without now that you know it's a thing: Jon Hamm fed Zach Galifianakis gummy bears at Bonaroo in a selfless gesture of compassion and love. Vulture reports that Hamm made a surprise appearance at Bonaroo Superjam's 80s-themed dance party last Saturday, where he took to the stage to join Galifianakis in an audience-wide rendition of "We Are The World." Yes, seriously. At one point during the performance, Hamm produced a bag of assorted gummy bears and fed some to Galifianakis (the definition of friendship, people). Because, well, why not?
The gesture reportedly made Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian want in on some of that sweet gummy bear action, like an open-mouthed baby bird chirping sweetly in the nest. Hamm started feeding Murdoch gummy bears as well, to much applause from the audience. I have a lot of questions about all of this: where did the gummy bears come from? Are theyy Hamm's snack of choice that he keeps on hand just in case? And, most importantly: where I can wait in line for Jon Hamm to feed me candy, too? Is this something he's doing now? If so, where do I sign up? It doesn't have to be gummy bears. I'll accept peach rings or gummy Coke bottles, too. I'm not picky, if it's being fed to me by Don Draper.
Check out the great videos of the singing and gummy bear-eating below, and be prepared to worship Hamm and Galifianakis even more than you already do. Seriously, could these guys be any cooler?