Shia LaBeouf, Jerry O'Connell

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Heads up, Shia LaBeouf! Fellow actor Jerry O'Connell wants people to know #IAMSORRYTOO.

In what has been confirmed by E! News as a Funny or Die skit, O'Connell has set up an art exhibit spoofing the Transformers art stunt in Los Angeles. O'Connell mocked Shia's display down to the smallest details, titling the exhibit #IAMSORRYTOO, a play off of LaBeouf's #IAMSORRY, and even set up the whole show in the space right next to Shia's exhibit.

Funny or Die tweeted, "BREAKING: Jerry O'Connell has an art exhibit directly next to Shia LaBeouf's. 7358 Beverly. Today only. #IAmSorryToo."

Jerry O'Connell, Twitter


According to Will Hackney, who attended both exhibits today, tells E! news that—like Shia's exhibit—guests are presented with a table full of objects, including "a mini vase of flowers, a bowl of tweets, but they were all tweets from him [Jerry] whereas Shia's were all about him, a toy kangaroo, a bottle of whiskey, a toy UFO where as Shia's was a toy Transformer and a Stand by Me DVD."

The difference? Instead of just sitting there crying, O'Connell talked to you!

"Shia didn't talk at all, but Jerry talked the whole time," Will said, adding that you could hardly get a word in. "He offered me a bite of his sandwich, so I took a bite."

He continued, "I just got a mouthful of cheese and bread, and I was not satisfied. I told him I wanted a personal apology, so he said, 'I'm so sorry.'"

Although O'Connell was a one-day-only thing, Shia LaBeouf will be sitting there crying (or laughing if you're lucky) with a bag over his head all week.

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