Transcript for Keke and Lance Bass celebrate #NationalIceCreamDay
for sundaes because it's national ice cream day. Who better to help us celebrate than the two founders of the museum of ice cream, maryellis bunn and manish Vora. Hi, guys. You guys look fabulous. Look at this. We brought some crowns. The king and queen. It's official now. Oh, yes, baby. Oh, yes, baby. It's perfect. We make this look good. We do. Now, I love ice cream as much as the next person, but what inspired you guys to make a whole museum about it? We think ice cream can change the world. I agree with you. Right? I like how she said that have matter of fact. Who loves ice cream? Me. Everyone. As a little girl, I imagined to go into this ocean filled with sprinkles. Why don't these things actually exist? We set out to build places for adults to live out their biggest imaginations and for the last three years we have seen 1.5 million people and amazing moments have taken place. It's truly universal. Ice cream is a unifier. We got all these pints in front of us. We just launched the new seven flavors. You taste ice cream throughout the experience. And we ask you to not just eat, we ask you to savor, dance, it's a playful experience. These are the seven new flavors. You're holding the queen B. Beyonce -- Definitely inspired by Beyonce. If you saw Beyonce went to the museum in L.A. And blew up everyone's Instagrams. English of the -- toffee with almonds. You know, I'm lactose, but this is a moment. It doesn't matter now. Sorry, Lance. Very tasty. I'm still loving queen B. My favorite. Of course we couldn't let everyone start their weekend without some ice cream. Everyone in the studio audience is going home with a pint. Oh, yeah. And as we have been saying all show long, we have museum of ice cream passing out ice cream to everyone in times square. Enjoy. Peanut butter. That was really good. Hope you guys enjoy it.
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