This could become really big -- and it sounds horrifying.
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David Spade was headed to dinner on Wednesday night when his Range Rover got smashed by another vehicle when the actor was taking a left turn at a busy intersection in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Blvd.
TMZ reports the oncoming car sped up to beat a yellow light when the driver hit the back right side of 52-year-old's SUV — deploying the airbag and sending its rear wheel flying about 100 feet — and causing the comedian to crash into another vehicle.
While law enforcement sources told the outlet no one was transported to the hospital, an eyewitness reportedly told Us Weekly that Spade was rushed to a nearby medical center.
A second source told the mag:
Another year, another celebrity painfully skewered by jokes at Comedy Central's annual roast!
Only it wasn't the roastee who received the bulk of the heat at this year's Roast of Rob Lowe!
On Monday night, the Parks and Recreation alum subjected himself to the comedic barbs from the likes of David Spade, Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson, Peyton Manning, Jewel, and roast veteran Jeff Ross.
The actor certainly got roasted throughout the night, mostly for the 1988 sex tape he made with a 16-year-old girl — like when roastmaster Spade quipped:
"Rob starred in Austin Powers two 16 years ago. Can you believe that? 16? Or as Rob calls it, ‘18'… Rob has been called a comeback kid… sorry I read that wrong, he came on a kid's back."
While the 52-year-old took plenty of jabs — Davidson claimed doctors described him as "Gonorrhea patient zero" — it was one of Lowe's roasters Ann Coulter who took most of the abuse during the special.
This is too funny!!!
Though it may not air until Labor Day, Rob Lowe's roast was filmed last night for Comedy Central and it is SO brutal and funny!!
Peyton Manning, David Spade, Jewel, Jimmy Carr, Jeffrey Ross, and more were there to blow up the actor's spot in the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, and it is too funny to wait until early September to see!!
Ch-ch-check out some of the best one-liners from the show (below), including this gem from Spade:
And we've gotta say… the 24-year-old's debut was pretty darn creative!
"Hello Instagram! It only took me until the year 2016 to finally join, sorry I'm so late to the party haha
Huge thank you to my buds @adamsandler and @davidspade for helping me introduce my page"
You just gotta see this one for yourself! Watch (below)!
Adam Sandler is baa-aack!
He's got a brand new flick, The Do-Over, coming out soon on Netflix — and now we know exactly when it'll be streaming — as well as a little bit about what the movie encompasses!!
After reminding us, for some reason, of Sandler's previous Netflix outing, The Ridiculous Six, the brief teaser drops the date of the upcoming (action?) (comedy?) film.
It also showcases a little action, a little attitude, a little David Spade, and of course… a little bare butt. All in only about 30 seconds!!!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above) for now. And on May 27 — Memorial Day Weekend — you'll be able to stream The Do-Over worldwide!
We'll just have to see whether this movie is, ahem, good or not…
Color us jealous!
Though, we shouldn't be too surprised the new item made the trek to see the Cardinals play since it is the country crooner's favorite team. However, The Voice judges weren't the only A-listers at the game as David Spade took to Instagram to share his funny run in with the famous couple.
If you've seen the 1995 comedy Tommy Boy, you'll remember the hilarious scene of the late Chris Farley putting on David Spade's jacket and singing "fat guy in a little coat!"
Spade appeared on Monday's Conan to give a bit of insight on just how that iconic line came about!
According to The Ridiculous 6 actor, he and Farley shared an office at Saturday Night Live.
While Spade was trying to write sketches, Farley would always distract him by putting on his tiny Levi's jacket and reciting what is now the classic line!
So, when they needed to fill up time with some comedy while filming Tommy Boy, they figured they might as well use the bit that always made them laugh — and it totally worked!
Check out the interview (below) to hear the comedian retell the full story!