Jason Sudeikis hilariously spoofs coach Ted Lasso in new Foo Fighters music video for Love Dies Young
He became everyone's favorite coach after taking the gig at the helm of AFC Richmond in Apple TV's popular television show, Ted Lasso.
And Jason Sudeikis spoofed his now iconic character as he suited up in patriotic garb for a new Foo Fighters music video, Love Dies Young, from their latest album, Medicine at Midnight.
The 46-year-old actor gave a rousing three-minute monologue in an Eastern European accent to a host of synchronized swimmers in the seven minute clip directed by Dave Grohl.
Sudeikis sported a bright red bomber jacket with white stripes running vertically across his chest and a blue panel with white stars.
He stuck with his old-school coach theme and wore a white polo shirt with khaki slacks while carrying a clipboard and notepad.
Tying everything together, Jason gave off strong Bela Karolyi vibes with a platinum blonde, '80s inspired wig with a matching mustache.
Sudeikis gave an inspirational speech to a team of swimmers in a locker room before a big competition.
Once outside on the platform, the swimmers face's were revealed to be superimposed with members from the band.
Grohl also appeared to pay homage to his past as he swam underwater, a nod to his Nirvana days and the Nevermind album cover.
'Love dies young and there's no resuscitation, Once it's done, no regeneration,' he sang. 'It's a losing game that'll make you play. Your hand against your chest. Love dies young.'
Jason recently won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Television, Series Musical or Comedy and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in the Apple TV+ series.
He stars alongside Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Jeremy Swift and Juno Temple in the Emmy Award-winning series which was renewed for a third season in October 2020.