Johnny Knoxville won our hearts terrorizing Bam Margera's parents and getting bitten by alligators on Jackass. Now, he's taken on the weightier role of producer at his own production house, but serious Johnny hasn't gotten too big for his homegrown britches. In fact, his definition of fancy includes BBQ, beer on tap, Jesco White, and King of White Trash, Kid Rock.
When Tribeca Films picked up Knoxville's documentary, The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, a celebration was in order; and Knoxville stayed true to his Tennessee roots by hosting a hoedown style party. An eclectic group of celebrity friends showed up, including Kid Rock, Jaimie King, Brittny Gastineau, Michael Rosenbaum, Arielle Kebbel and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. In true BBQ form, the group knocked back some beers, listened to live music, and caroused outdoors. Although we miss the vision of people dropping various objects on Johnny's balls, it's nice to see the Johnny still knows how to class it for a party.