Will Ferrell DJs Gameday Fraternity Party At University Of Southern California

Channeling his Old School party antics, actor Will Ferrell was spotted DJing at a University of Southern California (USC) fraternity party ahead of their football team’s triple-overtime win against the University of Arizona on Saturday.

In a number of videos circling on TikTok, the celebrated star of Anchorman, The Other Guys, and more comedy classics can be seen behind the decks spinning classic frat party bangers like “Eye of the Tiger” and “Mr. Brightside” at the USC chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu in Los Angeles.

Ferrell’s shenanigans continued as he hyped up students by blasting the party’s massive crowd with a handheld fog machine.

Though there isn’t much additional context in the videos, Ferrell’s gameday presence is fitting. He has long been known to be a diehard USC Trojans fan, having graduated from the university with a degree in sports information in 1990. As a high-profile alumnus, he gave a commencement speech at the school in 2017.

It appears Ferrell was in attendance for USC’s family weekend, as his eldest son Magnus is a second-year student at the university, in addition to being an aspiring musician himself.

Check out all the clips from Ferrell’s surprise DJ set below.


@webbbaker#willferrell #usc♬ original sound – Webb

@queenie1627Fuck it up will ferrell #usc♬ original sound – juno

Featured image from MuchMusic via TikTok.

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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