The Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational usually provides the golf world a highlight or two; it's no surprise with that much star power gathered in Las Vegas.
But this year's best moment came at the expense of the celebrities themselves, courtesy of a “statue.”
The Players Tribune captured the living statue scaring everyone who decided to pose for a picture near it, including former pro athletes Ray Allen and Ed Reed, news anchor Leeann Tweeden, anti-bullying advocate Paige Spiranac and even Jeter himself.
We brought a living statue to Derek Jeter's golf tournament and the reactions are priceless. #DJCI #Turn2 @JeterTurn2 @twentyer @paigespiranac @nbatvahmad @luisfonsi @d_ross3 @leeanntweeden @amaniatoomer pic.twitter.com/U3vJaO3dei— The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) April 22, 2018
The DJCI benefits the Miami Marlins CEO's Turn 2 Foundation, which works to help young people reach their full potential by creating and supporting initiatives that promote leadership development, academic achievement, positive behavior, healthy lifestyles and social change.