John Robbie tries his hand at comedy

Ex 702 radio presenter John Robbie is starring in an episode of Famous Last Words, a new celeb/comedian show starting on Comedy Central.

In the show they pair comedians with celebs and John is paired with Kagiso Lediga. The celeb has to do a stand up comedy and the comedian has to do something that typical of the celeb, so Kagiso will do something typically Irish.

Lediga says John Robbie had a lot of fun on set and is quite a funny character. He adds that he was also a sweet and interesting guy.

What John thinks is funny is very different to what is funny.

Kagiso Lediga, Comedian

Lediga says he is has been making films and has just returned from the Los Angeles film festival.

The episode featuring Kagiso and John airs on Monday, 21 August.

Listen to the clip below for more:


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