Hot Clicks posted a recent William Hung performance yesterday, and let’s just say that after several viewings we’ve come to the conclusion that the Hungamaniac hasn’t lost it. We were so moved by his ability to continue to bring his A game after all these years that we’ve decided it is our duty to catch up the masses on the life and times of the single most talented person to ever grace the set of American Idol. Enjoy.
The first and last time William huffed freon. Sometimes you can simply party too hard.
The time Tedford decided to bring out the big guns to motivate his team for Saturday’s game.
One of the many, many mornings William couldn’t remember how ended up somewhere but was just excited to not find a dead hooker.
The time Yao Ming begged his way backstage at a Hung concert.
William, in studio, making the magic happen.
William’s audition for the role of Arthur Fonzarelli in Happy Days: The Musical. They went in another direction.
The time Larry King tried to pull a fast one on the Hung. “Not so fast, Larry…”
The time it finally dawned on William that he was the most famous person to ever attend Cal Berkeley.
William’s foray into interpretive dance. He later admitted he just did it for the poon.
The time William thought Ashton Kutcher was punking him, but it instead turned out he had only prepaid for a two hour studio session.
The gig that got his agent fired.
On the Teen Choice Awards red carpet in 2005 where William admitted his choice for the year had been complex carbohydrates.
On the set of his his (Chinese) feature film. Seriously.
The time Seacrest thanked William for making his career.
William’s minor league tuneup performance preparing him for his 2008 NFL halftime circuit.
William documenting his complex relationship with the controversial Cal hippy tree.
William’s interview for Mark McGrath’s gig on Extra. It didn’t go as well as he hoped.
Telling the story of how he lost half his thumb in a freak bagel slicing accident.
Once again explaining to the ladies that there’s only so much Hung to go around.
His Narnia audition. He still feels there was no reason to CGI the lion.
You DO NOT want to know where the Hung’s hands are.
And William’s cameo appearance on Arrested Development. Accompanied by his backup band, The Hung Jury. Arguably the pinnacle of his career.
The Hungster is now available for both Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, so please keep him in mind.
Previous Editions of Life and Times:
- The Life and Times of the 20 All-Time Greatest Photo Bombers
- The Life and Times of Uncle Joey
- The Life and Times of Mr. Belding
- The Life and Times of Homeless Dudes Left Ravaged by Ninjas