Channel 4’s Sunday brunch host pokes fun at the comedic Reginald D’Hunter abuse on TODAY’s Breakfast Show.
Red-faced Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer’s faces turned red when the 52-year-old unexpectedly shouted “a***”.
The presenters were talking about the American comedian’s return to the stage after the coronavirus pandemic.
Reginald said, “Being locked out, you get used to using your inner voice and talking to one person at a time.
“You need two or three gigs to make you go, ‘Oh well, I must be a little cocky, oh, I must be a little s***.’
“Can I say that on television during the day?” “
Tim Lovejoy said, “Uh, I don’t know. Don’t say that anymore.”
His co-host Simon Rimmer laughed, “We’re trying to figure out where the line is.”
Reginald said, “I don’t want people to cancel by looking at you and filling in that guy. I understand that I got you all in trouble when I couldn’t pick one bad cookie.”
“But yeah, every gig I’ve done is different. It took people a good minute to make people feel comfortable being together again, we’ve come a long way with this thing, but I think That we still have a long way to go.
American comedians are known to be quite controversial and sometimes get in trouble for their unusual material.
But he has been a stand-up comedian for over 20 years and has been in the UK for just as long.
He is known for his tours and appearances on 8 out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC Two) and Have I Got News for You (BBC One).
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