Bill Cosby is already making funeral arrangements.
During an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Monday night, the former The Cosby Show star auditioned The Roots to play for his funeral. “I heard you guys play something before I walked out,” the comedian told the band. “You know the thing you played before I walked out, before you played “Sweet Georgia Brown,” I want you to play it again,” he said.
“Ladies and gentleman for a long time I have thought about my passing,” the 76-year-old told the audience. “And with that I went through people that I want to say over my coffin. Aretha Franklin, but these guys did a song, this is it with that singing as people come by,” the comedian explained.
Bill then lays down on the ground pretending to be dead and tells The Roots to play the song he heard prior to coming out on stage. The moment was awkward, but leave it to Cosby to make an awkward moment rather funny.
Check the clip out below: