For fuck's sake, make it all stop. Plagiarizing monster, heartbreaking loon, and dabbling artist Shia LaBeouf now has competition. Actor Jerry O'Connell has apparently started his own art exhibit, #IAMSORRYTOO, next to LaBeouf's #IAMSORRY.
According to LaBeouf's neighbors and frequent visitors at Buzzfeed, O'Connell is currently in situ at 7358 Beverly at the Artspace Warehouse, the gallery next door to the Cohen Gallery where #IAMSORRY is taking place.
The experience at O'Connell's show largely mirrors LaBeouf's. Buzzfeed writer Louis Peitzman describes a similar gallery set up, including a table filled with objects, such as a Blu-ray copy of Stand by Me. However, unlike LaBeouf, O'Connell is not silent when you sit down with him in the room. He wears a paper bag on his head that reads "SUPER FAMOUS" and apparently apologizes "for all the world's ills."
Peitzman tells of his encounter with O'Connell:
I asked for a photo, which he approved. And then disapproved. And then approved again. I snapped a few while he was approving.
O'Connell also told Peitzman it was hot under the bag and he could smell his own breath.
— Funny Or Die (@funnyordie) February 12, 2014
LaBeouf will be in his gallery until Sunday.
And no, I'm not going to go see O'Connell. No way.