Mike Myers was repping his Canadian roots when he stepped on stage to perform “BBC” from “Austin Powers” on Monday night.
Clad in a “Canada” t-shirt, Myers hit the stage with musicians Neill Finn of Crowded House, his son Liam Finn, Mac Demarco and Weyes Blood to perform the catchy ode to the U.K.’s favourite broadcaster.
The Los Angeles venue, the Largo, shared videos of the electric performance on their Instagram account.
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#NeilFinn and #LiamFinn rocked us twice in the past week. Last night was a killer! 05/06/18 #MikeMyers sat in and brought the house down with #AustinPowers #BBCHeaven Thanks #Finns and your fantastic band(s) and families and fans and the gift of your music and love ❤💙 @neilfinnofficial @liamfinn
A fourth “Austin Powers” installment is rumoured to be in the works with Myers reprising his now-iconic role more than 20 years after the first film hit theatres. Just last month, Myers appeared as Austin Powers nemesis Dr. Evil on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” to take a few digs at Donald Trump.