Bill Murray has appealed for people to let him know if they see Rick Ross after he didn't turn up to shoot a song they recorded together.
The 64-year-old actor and the 39-year-old rapper joined forces in a studio in March to record a song for an upcoming Christmas show, but the Hollywood star is clueless as to why the record label boss hasn't been in touch since.
Speaking on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', he said: "We're doing a Christmas show and my friend is friends with him so thought he would be great to sing this one song. So he came and recorded the song and ... that was the last we saw of him.
"He didn't show up to shoot it. If anyone out there sees a 300lb guy who looks like he's supposed to be in New York two weeks ago let me know.
"It was a lot of fun, he just got lost. I kept saying, 'He better be dead, otherwise he's in trouble.' "
Bill was anything but lost as he made his way onto the set of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', which is being shot at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, this week, as he bizarrely entered the studio on horseback while wearing a red dress, cowboy boots and a cowboy hat.
Jimmy found the 'Ghostbusters' star's entrance particularly entertaining and praised the actor for his "great legs".
He said: "You look very pretty, very beautiful. You look great, you really do, you have great legs."
Bill joked: "I'm usually in jeans and a T-shirt. This is just for tonight because it's special."