For a bunch of guys from a show called Jackass, this group has a lot of heart.
Earlier this month, we were pleased to hear that MTV was putting together a tribute show for Ryan Dunn, who passed away after a fatal car accident back in June.
Now, the trailer has been released (above), and the show premieres tonight at 10:30/9:30c.
As we mentioned before, Ryan's
Bam must be very happy that this is happening!
Back in June, Jackass star Ryan Dunn passed away after a fatal car accident, leaving so many of friends, colleagues, and loved ones devastated.
Now, MTV is putting together a tribute to Ryan, which will air on Nov. 28 as a one hour program.
We're hearing that the tribute show will "focus on Dunn’s life growing up in Ohio and his rise to fame on Jackass."
During the show, Ryan's co-stars/close friends will tell stories about his life. The list includes Johnny Knoxville, Rob Dyrdek, Wee Man, Chris Pontius, Jeff Tremaine, and Bam Margera.
Also, the show will feature never-before-seen stunts by Ryan Dunn.
Here's what Johnny Knoxville had to say about this upcoming tribute show:
Hugh Hefner would have been in heaven at The Blonds fashion show on Wednesday night.
As we mentioned before, David & Phillipe's spring collection was all about Playboy, the only difference is the models were actually wearing clothes.
Some of the celebs who got to see the bunny-rific costume up close in the front row included our girl Kat Graham, Bam Margera, Johny Weir and Jay Manuel.
[Images courtesy of Seth Browarnik/WorldRedEye.com.]
In memory of his late friend, Bam Margera decided to get a tattoo of Ryan Dunn's face.
Aww. Wishing you well, Bam!
This sucks to hear!
Bam Margera is in the hospital for taking a tumble down some stairs — as he was goofing around with his neighbor and fell because he "tackled" him.
Apparently the two dudes
Shortly after hearing the sad news of Ryan Dunn's death, Brad Pitt sent a text to Jackass star, Bam Margera, with condolences.
The movie star worked with Margera back in 2002 on a Jackass sketch and obviously knows how to stay connected.
Still mourning the loss of his friend, Bam opens up, letting everyone know how thankful he is
Yesterday, family and friends of Ryan Dunn went to his memorial service to pay their respects. It had to have been the hardest day since the accident.
Among those grieving were Bam and his wife, Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney from Always Sunny, and Johnny Knoxville, who spoke.
Also, yesterday the police said that no charges were going to be filed against the bar that served Dunn, as video surveillance and eye-witness accounts told that Dunn showed no signs of being over the limit.
We hope that everyone is doing okay, and that they know that with each day, it'll get a little better and better.
We are so sorry for your loss.
[Image via WENN.]