Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Embarrassing Moment Jeff Bezos cut off the emotional William Shatner to begin with champagne showers

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William Shatner turned fiction into reality on Wednesday, decades after his reign as Captain Kirk in the 1966 series “Star Trek”, when he took off into space.

However, attention was soon drawn to the incredibly uncomfortable moment when Amazon founder Jeff Bezos cut off an emotional shatner to start a champagne spray party.

When the capsule returned to Earth on Texas soil, Jeff Bezos opened it to make sure everyone on board was safe.

On his return, Shatner summed up his lifelong dream with “It’s fun”.

The Canadian actor then told Bezos: “Everyone in the world has to do this – it was incredible.”

“What you have given me is the most profound experience. I’m so full of emotion about what just happened. I hope I never recover from this. I hope I can keep what I feel now I don’t want to lose it, ”he added.

As Shatner continued to open up about his profound experience in space, Bezos decided to interrupt him in the middle of the speech to pop the champagne.

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Social media went into a frenzy after witnessing the “terrifying” interruption.

One tweeted, “A massively uncomfortable moment when Shatner starts telling Bezos how deep the room was, but all Bezos wants to do is open some champagne.”

“It’s so fascinating to watch William Shatner at a poetic moment amid a load of champagne popping billionaires,” added another.

“I watched this part contract,” remarked another user. “This man had a transformative experience and you want to spray champagne? Pooh. And @MandaEdge I thought the same when she made SURE she was in that camera shot. “

The 90-year-old actor made history as the oldest person to launch into space aboard the suborbital Blue Origin capsule developed by Bezos.

He was assisted by Audrey Powers, a vice president of Blue Origin; Chris Boshuizen, co-founder of Planet Earth imaging satellite company; and Glen de Vries, a senior executive at French software company Dassault Systèmes.

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