Brian Bell, Rivers Cuomo and Scott Shriner of Weezer

Weezer performs on Day 2 of the Osheaga Music and Art Festival on Aug. 1, 2015 in Montreal, Canada. 

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There was a time when getting an invite to the Playboy mansion was a bucket list item for many young Hollywood stars (or wannabes). But getting to film a music video on the grounds and snagging a cameo from Hugh Hefner himself? Get out! Weezer are well aware that they captured some special mansion magic in their 2005 "Beverly Hills" video, so on Thursday (Sept. 28) the group paid tribute to Hef, who died on Wednesday (Sept. 27) at age 91 of natural causes.

In a sweet photo montage posted on Twitter, the band wrote, "Thanks for taking our phone call, Hef! R.I.P. to one of the more unlikely guest stars in a weezer video ever. #beverlyhills."


The mansion was the site of decades of famous excluvie parties, one of which was caught on camera for the band's Marcos Siega-directed video, which featured a bunch of Weezer fans frolicking on the mansion's lawn.