Steve Martin Jokes About Not Being Recognized Because Of Masks

Steve Martin shares hilarious joke about not being recognized in masks
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Wearing face masks are becoming the new normal during the coronavirus pandemic. Turns out some celebrities actually might like wearing them! If they wear sunglasses and a face mask they are basically unrecognizable to their fans. Comedian Steve Martin made a joke and offered up a hilarious solution to this problem.

For those celebrities who actually want to be recognized, Steve offered a solution. He wrote on Twitter, “I always wear a mask when I go outside. But something about it was leaving me anxious and unsettled. I thought about the problem, addressed it, and here is the solution.”


Steve Martin jokes about being unrecognizable in a mask

Steve then shared a photo of himself in a mask and sunglasses, with a sign that said “Steve Martin” and pointed down at his head! When he’s not making his followers laugh, he has been busy performing the banjo during the quarantine.

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He’s shared some video clips of his banjo playing and it is quite impressive! Steve also picks a winner for his Steve Martin Banjo Prize every year. He chooses winners who have excellent Banjo skills and he will be holding the contest this fall.

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According to the website, “The Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass provides the winner with an unrestricted cash prize of fifty-thousand dollars, as well as a bronze sculpture created specifically for the prize by noted artist Eric Fischl. Created to bring recognition to an individual or group for outstanding accomplishment in the field of five-string banjo or bluegrass music, the prize highlights the extraordinary musicianship of these artists and bluegrass music worldwide.”

In addition, “The winner is determined by a board consisting of J.D Crowe, Pete Wernick, Tony Trischka, Anne Stringfield, Noam Pikelny, Alison Brown, Neil V. Rosenberg, Béla Fleck, and Steve Martin.”

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