Who said Brad Pitt isn't funny?
The actor made a surprise cameo as a weatherman on The Jim Jefferies Show last night, in a bleak comedy sketch about climate change.
Host Jefferies ended his debut late-night Comedy Central show by touching on Donald Trump's recent withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, telling the audience: "Now of course the world is grappling with Tump withdrawing from the Paris accord, and we wanted to address it one more time before we say goodnight.
"To help us understand climate change and what it means to the world, here's our own Jim Jefferies weatherman."
Cue Pitt, dressed in a '70s-style tan suit, complete with a busy brown tie, standing in front of a scorched map of the world, and ready to present a grim forecast.
"Things are going to be getting warmer in this area here, and this area," Pitt points out matter-of-factly.
When Jefferies asks: "Do you have any future forecast for us?", Pitt deadpans: "There is no future."
Trump controversially withdrew from America's commitment to the Paris Climate agreement last month, prompting climate change activist Leonardo DiCaprio to lament: "Our future on this planet is now more at risk than ever before."
Meanwhile, Pitt recently assured fans that he doing OK following his separation from Angelina Jolie and their custody battle over their six children.
"Kids are everything. Kids are your life. They're taking all the focus, as they should anyway," the star told Press Association.
He then laughed: "I'm not suicidal or something. There's still much beauty in the world and a lot of love. And a lot of love to be given. It's all right. It's just life."