Guillermo, who is a part of the popular late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” got a chance to be a part of Gwen Stefani’s stage performance in Las Vegas recently. He dressed in a banana costume for the performance, and the singer jokingly said that she regretted hiring him.

Stefani has an extended Las Vegas residency at the Zappos Theater, where she has been performing for some time now. Her shows are titled “Just A Girl,” and they require a huge number of backup dancers to perform with the famous singer. In the recent episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the host revealed that Guillermo decided to audition for the role of a backup dancer after learning of an opening.

The audition involved Guillermo bargaining into the room and handing Stefani his resume and an organic banana. “Honey I don’t audition I’m a legend,” he said, before proceeding to show the shiny, golden tank-top he wore for the audition that had the words “rich girl” printed on it.

“He definitely has a different look from anyone on our show and that’s a good thing,” Stefani said with a straight face in the video.

However, she quickly changed her mind after seeing him dance. “How did he get the address?” she asked.

Guillermo finally got the job thanks to an emotional speech about having a big heart, a big belly, and a big butt. He got a chance to be on stage with Stefani, dressed as a big banana. He also got to sing a little of “Hollaback Girl.”

Backstage, Stefani said that she regretted hiring Guillermo. He too admitted that his performance was bad. The singer, however, shared a picture of her with her new backup dancer on her Instagram page.

Guillermo was there for that night’s performance only and he is not expected to return any time soon. Meanwhile, Stefani will continue to perform in Las Vegas until Nov. 2, People reported.

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Gwen Stefani is in Hong Kong, where she will perform at a live concert. In Picture: Singer Gwen Stefani attends the grand opening of her 'Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl' residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Ethan Miller