If we had to pick just one (of so many) things we love about Dan Levy, it's definitely how relatable he is and how real he keeps it.
The Emmy-winning Schitt's Creek creator took to Instagram recently, showing us all that no matter how famous and successful you get, we are all still subjects to things like gravity, and sometimes it can get the better of us. Such was the case when Levy was, as he recalls, walking home from a lovely dinner last night while trying to make it home in time to use the restroom. But, in true fashion for a hilarious comedy of errors, rushing home to pee turned into a much bigger, and more physically catastrophic, ordeal...
"Ever have to pee so bad walking home from dinner that you start to run, then finally get home only to run to the bathroom, slip on the carpet, face plant on the thin rug covering hardwood flooring, bust open both knees, elbows, and forearms before actually making it to the toilet?" Levy asked his Instagram followers, captioning his most recent Instagram post detailing his epic fall. "We're doing great, everyone. Wishing you and yours a pleasant evening!"
Despite the recent fall though, overall, things look to be going well for Levy. Though folks are still eager to hear any and all updates about a possible, upcoming Schitt's Creek reunion, fans who need more of Levy in their lives can expect to see the multi-hyphenate writer/actor/director later this year hosting and judging HBO Max's highly-anticipated, upcoming, brunch-themed cooking competition The Big Brunch, which just found its co-judges -- chef Sohla El-Waylly and restaurateur Will Guidara -- recently.
"We owed it to our competing chefs to find judges who could help them in really meaningful ways -- both in the kitchen and beyond, and Sohla and Will do just that," Levy and fellow The Big Brunch producers Andrew Fried and Sarina Roma said in the announcement at the time of El-Waylly and Guidara's casting. "They each have such distinctly unique culinary voices that combined, speak not only to flavor and technique, but also business and hospitality. We couldn't be more excited that Sohla and Will have joined us, as their expertise and insight are an invaluable asset to our incredibly inspiring group of undiscovered chefs."
Levy was also soon on Insta earlier this month living his best life and catching some sun rays wearing nothing but a silver chain, which we are totally not complaining about.
The moral of the story? If you ever have a hugely embarrassing trip/fall, just get back up, be cool about it, and have a laugh with your followers!
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