Conan O’Brien rocks a cowboy hat as he and wife Liza stock up on snow-friendly supplies during trip to Aspen
Like many coping with Los Angeles’ current lockdown, Conan O’Brien got out of town for the holidays.
The 57-year-old comedian was spotted strolling through Aspen with his wife Liza, 50, as they hit up UTE Mountaineer to stock up on some snow-friendly supplies on Saturday.
The late night host leaned into his adventurous side as he rocked a cowboy hat for the outing.
Mask off: Conan O’Brien, 57, stepped out to snag some supplies while vacationing in Aspen with his wife Liza. He was seen sans mask in a ‘mandatory mask zone,’ above
Not reading the room, Conan went mask free upon exiting in a designated ‘mandatory mask zone’.
He carried a bag of mountain supplies in his hand while rocking jeans and snow boots.
Layered up for the outing he wore a down puffy jacket over a striped shirt.
His wife of 18 years sported a more casual look as she was seen in red sweats and a taupe colored furry accented jacket.
Stocked up: The couple of 18 years stocked up on some goods before returning home to their temporary residence while enjoying some laid-back vacation time for the holidays
Seemingly stocked up on supplies for days on the slopes, the pair headed back to their residence.
Trying to instill some humor in his 28.6M twitter fans over the holidays, he wrote: ‘For anyone feeling nostalgic for office holiday parties, Yankee Candle makes a great ‘Bottom-Shelf Bourbon and Hotboxed Lyft Car’ scented candle.’
Getting the news that his late night show Conan would not be renewed by TBS in recent months, he recently scored a weekly variety show with HBO Max ahead of his final episodes in June 2021.
A source told the National Enquirer: ‘Conan was made aware months ago that [Conan] would not be renewed.’
Moving on: It was recently announced that Conan’s late night show Conan would be coming to an end in June 2021 as reports say he was ‘pushed out’ by TBS and shopped around for another opportunity which is how he scored a variety show with HBO Max
They added, ‘ratings weren’t great, and the network was looking to replace it’ which prompted O’Brien to ‘set up meetings with other networks’.’
The source continued to say that he would have preferred to leave on his own terms but was growing disillusioned with the gig, even scaling back the show’s running time to a half hour.
In a jokey statement about ending his 28-year late night career Conan said, ‘In 1993 Johnny Carson gave me the best advice of my career: “As soon as possible, get to a streaming platform.” I’m thrilled that I get to continue doing whatever the hell it is I do on HBO Max, and I look forward to a free subscription.’
New opportunities: ‘I’m thrilled that I get to continue doing whatever the hell it is I do on HBO Max, and I look forward to a free subscription,’ he said in a statement as he takes his talents to another network next year
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