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The official livestream of the Paper Towns Get Lost Get Found event at the YouTube Space LA.

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 Saint Motel, My Type (00:00)



Tech: Four, three, two, one! (crowd cheers)


(Saint Motel plays "My Type")


A/J Jackson: (sings) Take a look around the room
Love comes wearing disguises
How to go about and choose
Break it down by shapes and sizes
I'm a man who's got very specific taste

You're, You're, You're just my type
You got a pulse and you are breathing
You're, You're, You're just my type
I think it's time that we get leaving
You're, You're, You're just my type

When there's loving in the air in the air,
Don't fight it just keep breathing
I can't help myself but stare
Double check for double meanings
I'm a man who's got very specific taste

You're, You're, You're just my type
You got a pulse and you are breathing
You're, You're, You're just my type
I think it's time that we get leaving
You're, You're, You're just my type

(la-de-de's)

You're, You're, You're just my type
You got a pulse and you are breathing
You're, You're, You're just my type
I think it's time that we get leaving
You're, You're, You're just my type.


 Intro (3:45)


Ben Lyons: Ladies and gentlemen make some noise, Saint Motel. Alright alright, you guys feeling good? Welcome everybody to the Paper Towns Livestream event at YouTube space LA. I'm your host for the evening, Ben Lyons. I'm really excited, I've seen the film.


Any fans of the book here? We got some fans of the book here, yeah. (crowd cheers) You guys are gonna love it, they did a great job with the film, stayed true to the material, all that and there's a killer soundtrack that goes with the movie. Saint Motel ripped it one more time, make some noise (crowd cheers)


Alright, tonight's very special, we've got from the film Nat Wolff will be here, Cara Delevingne will be here, Halston Sage and of course Jaz Sinclair will be here, director Jake Schreier will be here and author John Green, the man responsible (Crowd cheers) for it all. We've got some incredible musicians as well. Their songs are from the film, you guys are gonna love it, they're gonna be playing live. I'm talking about Sam Bruno, any Sam Bruno fans here? (crowd cheers) Couple here? Yeah, Nat and Alex Wolff, (crowd cheers) Vance Joy, and of course the aforementioned Saint Motel.


So, if you haven't already picked up the Paper Towns soundtrack, please do so, what are you waiting for? It's available now. It's a great listen for the summer time and tonight, we want all you guys at home around the world to come party with these beautiful people here in Los Angeles. We've been waiting a long time, so we thank everybody here in the front for rocking out, we want everybody at home to be a part of the show as well so tweet your questions, for the stars of the film and for the bands using the #papertownsmusic. Uhh, I think it's like right over here, or something, right over there, if you're watching at home.


We've got a really big show and I can't keep tabs on everything myself, so joining me, Meg DeAngelis from the very popular YouTube channel MayBaby, she's hanging out in the crowd and she's gonna pick up the best fan-submitted questions, so what's going on, Meg?


Meg: Hey, OK, so that's right, make sure you #papertownsmusic because you may just make our social media wall and if that is not enough, we've also got an exclusive clip from Paper Towns that you can't see anywhere else. How awesome is that!? (crowd cheers) Back to you.


Ben: Alright thanks Meg, you'll be very busy tonight, some of those people watching around the world, I see people here on their phones. Look up, we're right here, you don't have to be on your phone. People tweeting all over, so you're gonna be very busy. We're gonna check in with you throughout the show. Let's get things going, shall we, what do you guys say? (crowd cheers) We got the cast.



 Enter Nat, Cara and John (06:00)



Ben: As Margo Roth Spiegelman herself would say, "This is gonna be the best night of your life" So without further ado, give it up for Q and Margo and the author of Paper Towns. Now we've got Nat Wolff, Cara Delevingne and John Green! (crowd cheers, actors greet host)


Give it up for the cast of Paper Towns! (crowd cheers)


I just love that we actually get you guys--


Cara: There's a seat belt up my ass.


Ben: OK, now we're off to the races. I just love that we actually get you guys in Los Angeles 'cause you've been traveling all over the globe.


Cara: ...not a sitting skirt, sorry.


Ben: Where have you guys been sharing this movie?


Nat: We went to Madrid, Berlin, Paris,


Cara: London


Nat: London, Brazil, Australia, (crowd whoops)


John: Dallas!


Nat and Cara: Dallas


John: Shout out to Dallaaaas!


Cara: Columbus,


Nat: Indianapolis, where John is from.


John: My hometown, Indianapolis, we were in Columbus, Ohio.


Cara: Did we say Columbus?


Nat: Columbus


Cara: Dallas, no we said that, New York,


John: New York City


Nat: New York, that's where I'm from.


Ban: These are all real towns, they're not paper towns.


Nat: um, LA


John: We have not been to a paper town yet.


Ben: LA, make some noise for Los Angeles here (crowd cheers) And I'm sure like every stop you guys get the same questions, right?


Cara: yeah.


Ben: The same questions. And what's like the question you've been getting over and over and over again?


John: "What is it like to work with Cara? She's a model, not an actor, is that weird?" (crowd laughs)


Ben: Cara, is there one question you just get over and over and over?


Cara: uhh, "What's it like to play Margo, how do you relate to her?"


Ben: Is there one question Nat that you--


Cara: Oh NO, "what's the craziest thing you've ever done at school?" Obviously I'm never gonna say what that really is.


John: Yeah.


Cara: Stupid question.


John: No, we get that all the time, like "what crazy stuff did you do in high school?" and I'm just like "No comment, obviously."


Ben: And is there one question that you wish you got over and over? That you wanted to...


Nat: "Why are you SO good looking?"


(crowd whoops) That's one that I don't quite get that much but um...


Cara: She's like "awww"


John: She wasn't implying that you weren't good looking she just felt bad for you that you weren't.


Nat: I mean, we get a lot of the same questions but honestly having Cara and John, we're such good friends, we've been doing most of this stuff the three of us together


Cara: He's lying.


Nat: I'm acting. Yeah, it's made it much easier.


Ben: I love seeing the fact that not only are you guys having to answer questions, walk red carpets, perform, hang out with the fans, like some of us are having to beatbox on this stage and seeing that going on recently. Do you want to...


Cara: I don't know what he's talking about.


Ben: Do you want to bless these fans who've been waiting for hours and hours and hours. (crowd cheers) Just like a little, like a little something.


Cara: Oh lord. Why did no one warn me about this? OK,


Nat: Did you take this off?


Cara: I don't know, 'cause it's the...


Nat: Here, I'll take it off, too.


Cara: (clears throat) are you gonna help me with this?


Nat: I'll jump in.


Cara: (beatboxes)


Nat: Paper Towns. Paper Towns. John Green. Paper Towns. Paper Towns. Pa-pa-pa-Paper Towns. Pa-pa-pa-Paper Towns.


Cara: Paper Towns


Nat: Pa-pa-pa-Paper Towns.


Cara: Pa-pa-pa-Paper Towns.


Nat: Towns


Ben: Come on, alright we got a lot more coming up with these guys, so don't go anywhere, we got performances from--


Nat: We spent four weeks perfecting that.


Cara: I do birthdays, Bat Mitzvahs,


Ben: Oh, alright, here we go, with Band's Choice,


Cara: Hire me. 


Ben: Sam Bruno, Nat and Alex Wolff,


Cara: And weddings. I'm an eighth Jewish.


Ben: Uh-oh, alright, the show's going off the rails. We're live, it's gonna be a lot of fun.


Cara: We're live!? So if I say... no. (crowd laughs) Shiitake mushrooms.


Ben: Let's get to the music video, Cara, we got Nat and Alex Wolff's "Look Outside," Here's a little taste.


Cara: Look how cute you are!


Nat: (singing) Sleep now, the sun is out
Sleep now, the sun is out
I'll meet you in the evening
Meet you in the evening
We'll do it all again
Sleep now, don't mind the birds
Sleep now, don't mind the birds
I'll meet you when it's dark out
Meet you when it's dark out
We'll do it all again


(crowd awws)


Cara: That's so emotional.


Ben: Cara, what did you just say to him when he playing "can you be a little..."


Cara: "Can you be a little less cute?" (crowd laughs) WHAT ABOUT MY FAVORITE song you ever did? What's my favorite?


(? 10:40)


Cara: OK. What did... remember? How did it go?


John: Ok, so Nat...


Cara: How did it go!? Come on.


Nat: Wait, what?


Cara: Your favorite, my favorite one that I know by heart. Nooo.


Nat: Oh, Cara told me when she came to the chemistry that she's a big fan of Naked Brothers Band, the show-- (crowd cheers)


Cara: I was.


Nat: I had when I was a kid


Cara: What's the song? How does the song go?


Nat: If that's not love


Cara: (singing) If that's not love then what is?


If that's not friendship then what is?


And we watched it, and we teased him, and we (? 11:05) it.


Nat: And when I wrote that song I sent it to everybody in the cast, when I wrote Look Outside I sent it to Cara...


Cara: He really wanted me to be in the band as well.


Nat: Yeah, I begged her and begged her.


Cara: 'Cause he didn't know me, so.


Ben: Well you guys are gonna be performing a little bit later, so maybe you jump in the back and kind of play the trampoline.


Cara: I'm playing the triangle.


Ben: The triangle, yeah, there you go.


Cara: The trampoline?


Ben: It's... I don't know.


Cara: Do you wanna...


Ben: It's live TV. Hey!


Cara: (taunting) I'm gonna steal your job, I'm gonna steal your job.


Ben: Before-- yeah, you're gonna steal my job coming up next, but before you steal my job, let's take a minute to welcome, oo, she got a hit song called Search Party, it's on the Paper Towns soundtrack, ladies and gentlemen make some noise for Sam Bruno.


Sam: I'm Sam Bruno, that's Luke on the keys, and this is Search Party. (crowd cheers)



 Sam Bruno, Search Party (12:00)



(piano plays)


Yeah yeah, Meet me out in Paris
I'll be on the elevator
Halfway up the Eiffel Tower
Halfway up to space
Lately, I've been dreaming 'bout the desert, uh
We'll be riding through the thunder on a midnight train
And baby, would you say these are the best of our days?


They're gonna be out looking for us all night
Got a search party with their big flashlights
Searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky, flying super high
Gonna be out looking for us all night
Got a search party with their big flash
And they searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky and they're flying super


Meet me out in Paris
I'll be on the elevator
Halfway up the Eiffel Tower
Halfway up to space
Jamaica, jumping over the equator, uh
While we underneath the water, we could ride the waves
Baby, let 'em chase us for the rest of our days


They gonna be out looking for us all night
And they got a search party with their big flashlights
Searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky and they're flying super high
Gonna be out looking for us all night
Got a search party with their big flashlights
And they're searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky and they're flying super high


Boats and trains and cars and planes like
Boats and trains and cars and planes like
Oh, like oh
Saying "na na na na na, catch me if you can" HEY
(? 14:30)
Ain't no coming down, no, no, ain't no looking down
H-ah-ah-ah-igh
Na na na na na, catch me if you can HEY


Gonna be out looking for us all night
And they got a search party with their big flashlights
Searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky and they're flying super high
Gonna be out looking for us all night
Got a search party with their big flashlights
Searching high, searching low, searching super wide
Ghetto choppers in the sky and they're flying super high


Be out, all night
Search party, flashlights
Be out, all night
Search party, flashlights
Be out, all night
Search party, flashlights
Be out, all night
Party


 Q and A (15:52)


Ben: Let's hear it for Sam Bruno! (crowd cheers)


Meg: I'm Meg DeAngelis and I'm here with an amazing fan, Lindsey, who has a question for Nat.


Lindsey: Alright Nat, onscreen you have egged a car--


Nat: Hey!


Lindsey: Hey, what's up. egged a car, vandalized another, and you've shaved off someone's eyebrows for love,


Cara: Veet.


Lindsey: For a girl, so I'm wondering what's the craziest thing you've done in real life for love.


Nat: Huh. Yeah, I've done a lot of bad things to cars it seems like. Uhm, I don't know that I've ever don anything...


John: Maybe that's because he's a--oh, my mic doesn't work.


Cara: Why aren't our mics... guys, can you turn our mics on? Thank you.


John: Maybe that's because Nat's a terrible, terrible driver.


Nat: I am the worst driver in the world. I got my license about five days before we started shooting. (crowd laughs)


Cara: Nearly ran someone over on set.


Nat: Because Fox called me and said "You're doing a road trip movie, you gotta get your license or we're gonna fire you." (crowd laughs) And so I got my license, I passed by like two points on my test (crowd cheers) Yeah. And everybody in the cast was always so mean to me about my driving except for Cara who was always like giving me positive reinforcements like "your not that bad" until I saw HER drive and she's worse than I am. (crowd laughs) So that's probably why.


Cara: I don't have my license. Thanks, Nat, I'll never be nice to you again, cool.


Nat: Haha!


Meg: Well congrats on getting your license, and thank you for the awesome question, and keep sending your questions in using the #papertownsmusic. Ben.


Ben: Thanks, Meg, give it up for Meg and Lindsey over there, hanging out on our social media wall. If you're just joining us, my name is Ben Lyons and we're here at YouTube Space LA with the stars of Paper Towns, Nat Wolff, Cara Delevingne, and author John Green. John, I know people are always asking you about like, what's it like to work with these guys, right here, so we kind of thought it would be nice for them to ask you a few questions for a change. We're gonna go through these rapid-fire, so why don't you guys come... Cara joked around saying she was going to take my job earlier and she probably will, so she can take my job now and play host.


Cara: wh--why?


Ben: And we're gonna ask John some questions.


Cara: I'm scared.


Ben: Come on, come on, we'll all make room over here, take a seat, take a seat guys. Alright we're gonna go through these--


Cara: Ahhh, gentlemen. Look it's your (?)! Sorry.


Ben: you're just turning


John: Oh yeah, look, Nat, it's crazy, it's your little brother!


Nat: Guys, you're giving away something.


John: Oh, sorry. I haven't seen your little brother in like three days. Hey buddy! Oh, sorry, what were we talking about?


Ben: Let's talk about Paper Towns, let's go through these quickly, alright?


Cara: you're blocking my... thing.


Ben: Alright, sorry


John: Do not get in Cara's light!


Ben: What's your favorite day on set, John, go.


John: uh, my favorite day on set was this night that we stayed up all night, we had a highway closed and it was amazing.


Cara: I was there? No, I wasn't there.


John: Uh, Cara, was not there...


Ben: oooooh


Cara: I'm so glad that's your favorite... What about when I would hit you in the head with hand warmers?


John: Yeah, 'cause, Cara was always throwing these little heat packs at me. We had to pretend that we were in Orlando, but we were actually in North Carolina in Winter, so everyone was always really cold, and Cara would have these heat packs to keep her hands warm and then she would throw them at me. And, I mean among Cara's many talents is that she is the most accurate thrower of hand packs in the history of the world. The director of the movie who's here tonight, the great Jake Schreier, he would take a little half-step backwards and I would be like "why is Jake moving away from the monitor's, that's..."


Cara: BAM


John OH! (crowd laughs)


Ben: Nat, keep it going, what do you got?


Cara: And I would literally like throw it one way and it would boomerang round back into it.


John: Yeah, she could also, it's like the matrix, she can make things move. I'm sorry, what's the question?


Ben: Slowest rapid fire question ever.


Cara: Favorite line from the movie that you didn't write.


John: My favorite line from the movie that I didn't write? Uh, it was improvised by the great Halston Sage, she plays Lacy, "I'm more of a Charizard girl, myself."


Cara: That was great.


Nat: What's the most surprising thing about Cara.


John: uh, I mean, I think that people project a lot of stuff onto Cara and have a lot of expectations around her, and uhm, the most surprising thing to me about Cara I guess when I met her is how smart and sensitive and dedicated and hard working she is, and even though maybe she deflects that with her great sense of humor, the truth is that she cares very very deeply and she's one of my favorite people.


Cara: waaaa, I love you John.


Nat: Which brings me to the thing you hate the most about me.


John: Oh! Oh what a great question.


Cara: That's a great question.


John: I'm sorry, I thought this was the rapid-fire round. (Nat and Cara laugh)


Nat: Oooooh!


John: Oh god, unfortunately I think honestly Nat the only thing that I can think of is that uhm--


Cara: His shoes!


John: When we don't make movies, I don't get to hang out with you as much. The hardest thing about Nat, the thing I hate most about Nat is when he leaves.


Ben: Last one: is a hot dog a sandwich.


Nat: What?


John: Uh, nope. It's not. It's a hot dog.


Ben: It's a piece of meat between two pieces of bread.


John:: Yeah, but it's not a sandwich. That's been well established by the Earl of Sandwich, who Cara I believe is friends with.


Cara: Yeah.


Ben: Alright, let's just take a little clip of Paper Towns, here's a sneak peek.


Cara: Why? We can reenact it!


(clip plays)


Radar: Roscoe, Rockland, Beaverkill, Agloe, Chathum, Wallaceburg. These are all the towns in that general vicinity.


Quentin: Are any of them paper towns?


Lacy: What's a paper town?


Quentin: It's a fake city that map makers would put on their maps so that if they get copied illegally, then they'd know.


Radar: Whoa.


Quentin: What?


Radar: Agloe, New York.


Quentin: She's in Agloe.


Ben: Q, you gotta go.


Quentin: I can't go to New York.


Ben: What is stopping you?


Quentin: Like 1200 miles.


Ben: You love her, right?


Quentin: Yeah, I do.


Ben: There you go, your true love waits.


Quentin: You're right. I'm gonna do it.


Ben: Do it!


Lacy: Wait, I want to go.


Ben: If she's going, I'm definitely going, yeah.


(crowd cheers)


Ben Lyons: Hey John, what can you tell us about Night on the Towns?


John: Oh, Night on the Towns, the night before the movie premiers, it comes out on Friday, July 24th, but on the evening of July 23rd, there's a special showing and it's gonna be amazing. You get to hang out-- like, there's a livestream with Cara and me and Nat and the whole cast, and it's gonna be really really fun. You can go to nightonthetowns.com to get your tickets, there's like 400 theaters around the country, It's gonna be really special and I'm really excited.


Cara: That sounds cool.


Ben: July 23rd, Night on the Towns. You don't have to wait until--


Cara: Did you say I'm going now?


John: Yeah, you're going, you're gonna see it before.


Ben: You get to see it before it comes out, cool. So you don't have to wait until then to see our next performers, with their song Look Outside from the soundtrack, you want to introduce them, Cara? Why don't you introduce them.


Cara: OK. These are the best, they're my favorite people ever and I really hope you enjoy this as much as I will 'cause I might cry. Nat and Alex Wolff! (crowd cheers)

Ben: Let's go!

 Nat and Alex Wolff, Look Outside (22:25)


(piano plays)


Nat: Sleep now, the sun is out
Sleep now, the sun is out
I'll meet you in the evening
Meet you in the evening
We'll do it all again


Sleep now, don't mind the birds
Sleep now, don't mind the birds
I'll meet you when it's dark out
I'll meet you when it's dark out
We'll do it all again


And aaaaah, it's not so bad
Aaaaah, it's alright
Aaaaah, it's not so bad
Aaaaah, look outside
Look outside
Look outside


Wake up, it's time to laugh
Wake up, it's time to laugh
Everyone is winding down
We're just getting started
We're just getting started


Wake up, I got your back
Wake up, I got your back
I can hold you up when you're feeling down
And you can do the same


And aaaaah, it's not so bad
Aaaaah, it's alright
Aaaaah, it's not so bad
Aaaaah, look outside
Look outside
Look outside
Look outside
Look outside


 More with the rest of the cast (25:20)


Nat: Thanks.


(crowd cheers)


Meg: That was amazing! That was so awesome. Let's see what's happening on Twitter with our #papertownsmusic. Alright, so @sweetjulesrules tweeted "@natandalex The. Best. Ever. Love that song!"


@Mel_fabs tweeted "Cara, you look A-MA-ZING! #screaming"


and @paperstarsgirl tweeted "PaperTowns countdown! #sevendays #dying"


So keep your questions coming and don't forget to #papertownsmusic. We've got an exclusive clip from the film coming up later in the show, but right now Ben's got a few people with him who may look familiar. Ben.


Ben: Thanks Meg, one more time give it up for Meg, (crowd cheers) maybaby on YouTube, does an awesome job. I'm back with Nat, Cara, John, and the director, Jake Schreier, and Lacy and Angela from the film, Halston Sage and Jaz Sinclair. Now, guys, what I love about the film is that like, friendship is the heart of this movie. As you can see, they're friends in real life, so Jake, I always imagine as a director it wasn't hard to kind of make that chemistry shine onscreen, but what was the trick, you think?


Jake: Uh well, first you cast great actors and great people and then you know, we all lived in an apartment building together when we were filming it and everyone just kind of fell into their characters and hung out off-screen and it was easy.


Ben: Halston and Sage, talk to me about the road trip. How many days did you guys shoot on the road.


Halston: uh, it was fun. I don't know exactly, but we definitely had enough time, maybe a few weeks.


Jake: (whispers) Three.


Halston: Three?


Jaz: Three that's it?


Halston: Three days!?


Jaz: No way. Didn't we spend more time on that?


John: We'll have this fight later. (crowd laughs)


Nat: We are missing two really important people, we're missing Justice Smith and Austin Abrams, who are both great actors.


Ben: They did a great job in the film.


Nat: They are great actors and great friends of ours.


Cara: Do you remember when you where shooting it, in the green screen and I tried to be in the boot and you wouldn't let me.


Halston: Yeah, in the trunk.


Cara: The trunk, sorry.


John: Yeah, Cara tried to--


Halston: "the boot" is so much cuter, though.


Cara: The boot. But don't you say "car boot sale?"


John: No, we call them trunks and then we call boots boots.


Cara: (mimicking John)


Nat: What do you guys call boots?


John: Trunks.


Cara: But do you remember when I tried to be in the trunk and you wouldn't let me?


Jake: Yeah, yeah, I do.


Cara: And I kept calling "action" and you got angry.


Ben: And of course the film takes place on the eve of high school graduation and something that's great about the end of high school of course is the yearbook, right? All the superlatives, like "most likely to succeed" or like "most likely to host a YouTube livestream one day" or something like that, right? So we're gonna play a little game of Paper Towns yearbook, alright? So we're gonna go through the cast and I want you guys to tell me who from the cast is "most likely to..."


Ben: Alright, so


John: OK, is everybody ready?


Ben: You guys ready?


Several: Yeah.


John: Focus.


Ben: Alright, FOCUS, Cara, focus.


Cara: 'scuse me?


Ben: We're here, we're here, we're here.


(Nat makes robot noises)


Ben: Most likely to take the longest in hair and makeup?


(pause)


Nat: John.


Cara: Jake.


Halston: Yeah, John.


Jaz: Nat. Nat.


Nat: John for sure.


John: Yeah, probably me.


Nat: Definitely John.


Ben: Most likely to have the messiest trailer?


Nat: Me.


Cara: Nat.


Everyone else: Nat.


Ben: Unanimous on that one. Most like their character?


John: uuuuuuugh


Halston: Everyone's like their character.


John: Halston? Cara?


Ben: (? 28:25)


Nat: Jaz.


John: Jaz?


Ben: Most likely to go off the map and start over?


John: Most likely to go off the map and start over?


Cara: Jaz?


John: Could be Jaz.


Nat: Might be you!


John: Could be Ben.


Ben: Yeah, started this livestream. Most ninja like in real life?


Everyone: Cara.


Ben: Unanimous on that one. That scene when you jumped through the window?


Halston: She's in all black already. She's ready.


Ben: That was really awesome. Alright, I know Meg's been checking that social media wall, so let's go back over to Meg and all the fans at home have been unstoppable with their #papertownsmusic, so what've you got over there, Meg?


Meg: Yeah, the response has been so insane on Twitter, so here's a question from @benbenten_ten and he wants to know "Cara, what is it about Quentin that leads Margo to enlist his help?"


Cara: huh?


(John whispers the question to her)


Meg: What is it--


Cara: I didn't--


Meg: Do you want me to read it again?


Cara: No. 


Meg: OK. No?


Cara: Don't ask me, I didn't write the book. uhh... wait, what? (laughing) Because she needed to borrow his car.


John: Alright.


Nat: Sounds so cool.


Cara: And 'cause he was her first partner in crime so she wanted-- I'm taking all the lines from the movie-- so she wanted him to be her last.


Nat: Yeeeeeah.


Meg: So, not to brag, but we've kind of got the hookup. Anybody want to see an exclusive scene from Paper Towns? No? (crowd cheers) Yes, yes you do.


John: Yes!


Meg: Are you guys ready?


Alright, so we're gonna count down. Will you count with me? Three, two, one! (air-horn)


Margo: Bingo


Quentin: Wait, why do you need an air-horn?


Margo: All will be revealed shortly, my young friend.


Quentin: Six months older than you, remember that?


Margo: Oh really? Are you?


Quentin: Margo, don't (air-horn) Stop, stop, don't.


Margo: It's really loud.


Quentin: Stop.


Margo: What, were you trying to say some-- (air-horn)


Quentin: You can't do that. Shhh. (air-horn) Stop! Stop. What else do we need? (music starts) Interesting capitalization.


Margo: I'm a big believer in random capitalization. The rules are so unfair to the letters in the middle.


(scanner beeping)


Quentin: It's not as weird as it looks.


Clerk: Still weird.


Ben: No, I've seen the movie, it is as weird as it looks.


Cara: (clapping) Don't clap, it's fine, I don't care. (crowd cheers)


Ben: So guys, you guys, the light at the end of the tunnel, the film comes out in a week, what are you gonna miss about hanging out, traveling around the world, interacting with the fans?


Nat: We're gonna keep traveling around and hanging out, even after the movie comes out, we're just gonna take a bunch of vacations, and then we're just gonna tweet out all the fans.


Cara: We're gonna do a Paper Towns world tour.


Jake: We're forming a traveling theater group.


Ben: Other Paper Towns world tour.


Jaz: On ice. Paper Towns on ice.


Cara: What happened to our group track.


John: Paper Towns on ice!


(everyone freaks out)


Halston: Paper Towns on ice, that is so smart.


John: We could still hang out, I'm so good at ice skating


Cara: What about the musical. The musical ice skating.


John: Well there's gonna be music.


Nat: (sings) Where's Margo?


(crowd laughs)


John: You're onto something.


Cara: (sings) I'm right here. She's behind you, Quentin, she's behind you.


Jake: Shortest musical ever.


Nat: Shortest musical. It's an eight second musical.


Ben: We're not over tonight, we're gonna keep things going, we're gonna throw it over to our next performers who came all the way from Australia to hang out with us. With the song Great Summer from the Paper Towns soundtrack, ladies and gentlemen it's Vance Joy.


 Vance Joy, Great Summer (32:00)



(guitar plays)


James Keogh: Coming to your house
Knocking at your door
Your mouth a sip of wine
You cool me, cool me down


Do you know me, you know me, you know me, do you know me now?
Do you love me, you love me, you love me, do you love me now?
Oh


Left your clothes next to the bed
Some pretty pictures in my head
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away


Now I'm in the dark
I'm not so used to doubt
You're my first cigarette
Cause you calm me, you calm me down


Do you love me, you love me, you love me, do you love me now?
Do you feel me, you feel me, you feel me, do you feel me now?
Oh


You left your clothes next to the bed
Some pretty pictures in my head
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away
The kid you used to be
But I know that you're still there
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away


Why'd I let you go? Why'd I let you go?
Why'd I let you go? Why?
Why'd I let you go? Why'd I let you go?
Why'd I let you go? Why?


Your clothes next to the bed
Some pretty pictures in my head
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away
The kid you used to be
But I know that you're still there
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away


You left your clothes next to the bed
Some pretty pictures in my head
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away
The kid you used to be
Well, I know that you're still there
I hope you had a great summer, a great summer away



 Stuff (34:55)



(crowd cheers)


Ben: One more time, give it up fro Vance Joy! That was awesome, dude. Well done, well done. Let's get the whole cast up here. Shall we? The cast of Paper Towns. We had a blast tonight, everybody have fun? You guys have a good time? Get all your pictures and everything? Alright, I want to thank Cara and John, Halston, Jaz and Jake, come on make some noise for the cast. Our incredible performers, Saint Motel, Sam Bruno, Nat and Alex Wolff, and Vance Joy, he was awesome, and my amazing co-host maybaby, Meg you did an awesome job, you have fun tonight?


Meg: Yes, so much fun!


Ben: Got some Cara fans here, alright, it's getting nuts. Uh, thank you guys at home for being a part of this and for watching all over the world, a special shoutout to each and every fa of the book. Without the book, this wouldn't all be possible, so if you love the book, you're gonna love the movie. Don't forget the Paper Towns soundtrack is available now and Paper Towns hits theaters everywhere July 24th, so we have one more treat for you. Of course, get tickets for Night on the Towns, that's happening July 23rd, that's nightonthetowns.com, but one more song.


Ben: Uh, gotta give a special special goodbye celebration here from my guy, he's got his new song Riptide, it's Vance Joy everybody. Make some noise (crowd cheers)

 Vance Joy, Riptide (36:09)


(Riptide plays)


James Keogh: (singing) I was scared of dentists and the dark
I was scared of pretty girls and starting conversations
Oh, all my friends are turning green
You're the magician's assistant in their dream
Oh, oh, and they come unstuck

Lady, running down to the riptide
Taken away to the dark side
I wanna be your left hand man

I love you when you're singing that song and
I got a lump in my throat 'cause
You've gone and sung the words wrong

There's this movie that I think you'll like
This guy decides to quit his job and heads to New York City
This cowboy's running from himself
She's been living on the highest shelf
Oh, oh, and they come unstuck

Lady, running down to the riptide
Taken away to the dark side
I wanna be your left hand man

I love you when you're singing that song and
I got a lump in my throat 'cause
You've gone and sung the words wrong

I just wanna, I just wanna know
If you're gonna, if you're gonna stay
I just gotta, I just gotta know
I can't have it, I can't have it any other way
I swear she's destined for the screen
Closest thing to Michelle Pfeiffer that you've ever seen, oh

Lady, running down to the riptide
Taken away to the dark side
I wanna be your left hand man
I love you when you're singing that song and
I got a lump in my throat 'cause
'Cause you gone and sung the words wrong

Oh Lady, running down to the riptide
Taken away to the dark side
I wanna be your left hand man
I love you when you're singing that song and
I got a lump in my throat 'cause
You've gone and sung the words wrong

Oh lady, running down to the riptide
Taken away to the dark side
I wanna be your left hand man
I love you when you're singing that song and
I got a lump in my throat 'cause
You're gonna sing the words wrong

And I got a lump in my throat 'cause
You've gone and sung the words wrong


(cheering fades)