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Bam Margera as Fuck Face Unstoppable

Once a Jackass, always a Jackass. That’s certainly true for skater/daredevil Bam Margera, who emerged as a star when MTV launched Jackass in the 2000s. While Margera didn’t achieve the same fame as fellow prankster Johnny Knoxville, he still has his followers — he has some 1.6 million Facebook fans. While details about his current tour are sketchy, from what we can tell, he’s fronting a band he calls Fuckface Unstoppable. In a YouTube video he sings (or shouts, actually) his way through the TurboNegro tune “All My Friends are Dead” with backing from a few ex-members of the punk group CKY (who make up the Fuckface band that’s backing him). Margera is a pretty mediocre singer but the guy appears to have energy to spare and that will undoubtedly get him through the tour. (Niesel)

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