Camo and kids! No, that isn’t a new show on TLC. It was the vibe of the Monster Jam truck show held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., over the weekend.
Chris Pratt was one of several star parents to attend with his mini-me, Jack, marking one of a few appearances he’s made since his split with Anna Faris. (He’s otherwise been farming, as wealthy soul-searchers are wont to do.) See the fellas — as well as more stars and their kids — having fun amid car collisions, exhaust fumes, megasize tires, and a ton of noise.
The Pratt fellas gave the event, which took place Saturday, Feb. 24, an enthusiastic two thumbs up. Father and son both rocked the camo — and take note of Jack’s Captain America shirt. While his dad plays a superhero, young Jack’s fave is this one, currently portrayed by Chris Evans. It was
Jack’s Halloween costume last year. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)
Chris Pratt has been spotted out only a handful of times since he and Faris announced in August that they would be divorcing. One of the few other public events Chris has attended was a basketball game with his No. 1 boy in December. But trucks definitely are their jam — though Chris seems even more excited than Jack. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)
Also on single dad duty was Josh Duhamel, who was there with his son, Axl. The guys posed next to some
giant wheels. (Keep in mind: The actor is 6-foot-4.) “Had a blast at Monster Jam!!” wrote Duhamel, who reportedly has a new romance brewing with Eiza González following his split with Fergie last year. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)
opened up about marital trouble last week, but things looked OK with Hank Baskett as the pair posed on a mini monster truck with their kids, Hank Jr. and camo lover Alijah. Though if you are having trouble getting along with someone, a monster truck event is a safe place to be because you can’t hear each other over the noise. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)
Retired bar owner and perennial boybander Nick Lachey brought his eldest, Camden, for some father-son time. “Boys night!!” he wrote on Instagram. If he blinks a few times, his kiddo is going to be driving him around for real — though probably not in a vehicle that says “Grave Digger” across the front of it. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)
Saved by the Bell alum brought two of his four kids — sons Michael and Dekker — to the truck show. His two daughters apparently weren’t having it. (Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Feld Entertainment)