This Impression Of Legault & Trudeau Watching The Super Bowl Is Pure Gold (VIDEO)

It's all fun and games until they start comparing themselves to Laurent Duvernay-Tardif...
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This Impression Of Legault & Trudeau Watching The Super Bowl Is Pure Gold (VIDEO)

Let's face it, even if you've never watched the Super Bowl, it's probably been on your mind this weekend. You might think — do leaders like François Legault and Justin Trudeau spend this night glued to the TV with a bowl of chilli?

One Quebecer, Samuel Paradis, seems to believe they both watched the 2021 Super Bowl and made the funniest impression of them doing so.

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You must wonder if your favourite celebrities are watching the same thing at the same time as you sometimes, too — no?

Okay, so maybe Legault and Trudeau aren't celebrities per se, but I think it's fair to argue that after months of thousands of people tuning in to their press conferences every day, they've basically become reality TV stars now.

With his stellar impersonations of the two political leaders’ voices, Paradis makes it feel like you’re truly listening to a conversation between the two.

Paradis thinks they'd both be comparing themselves to Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, the Kansas City Chiefs player from Montreal who took this year off of football to study online at Havard and work to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Basically, he's superhuman.

And Legault and Trudeau's fake conversation takes a turn when the two men realize their wives both probably wish they were more like Duvernay-Tardif...

Paradis probably wasn't wrong about that one either.

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