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Ventriloquist David Strassman says his bawdy new show is not for children

Ventriloquist David Strassman warns mother and father his bawdy new show is NOT for children – as he opens up about his unbelievable act of kindness for sick youngsters

World-famous ventriloquist David Strassman is in Australia performing his bawdy one-man show The Chocolate Diet to sold-out crowds.

The comic additionally has another excuse to return Down Under, as he will likely be visiting hospitals to entertain sick children as an envoy for the HeartKids charity.

Strassman, 65, advised Daily Mail Australia he is decided to convey some laughter into the lives of children affected by coronary heart illness.

World-famous ventriloquist David Strassman (pictured) is in Australia performing his bawdy one-man show The Chocolate Diet to sold-out crowds 

‘I put a smile on youngsters’ faces and assist alleviate their ache. It is my honour to offer again to the Australian neighborhood,’ he mentioned.

The American-born entertainer added that whereas his materials for children’s hospitals is family-friendly, his precise touring show is not appropriate for little ones.

‘It’s for ages 12 and up, it is undoubtedly not The Wiggles. My puppet Chuck calls some folks c**ts,’ Strassman mentioned. 

The comedian also has another reason to come Down Under, as he will be visiting hospitals to entertain sick children as an ambassador for the HeartKids charity

The comic additionally has another excuse to return Down Under, as he will likely be visiting hospitals to entertain sick children as an envoy for the HeartKids charity 

He mentioned the show touches on a number of social themes, with one iconic puppet even popping out as transgender.

‘It’s a hilarious pro-LGBT, pro-woman routine. It promotes gender fluidity,’ Strassman defined.

‘My show is common and can enchantment to everybody. It’s culturally related.’

Strassman told Daily Mail Australia he is committed to bringing some laughter into the lives of kids suffering from heart disease

Strassman advised Daily Mail Australia he is dedicated to bringing some laughter into the lives of children affected by coronary heart illness

It additionally tackles powerful points with the long-lasting Ted E. Bear changing into hooked on junk meals.

‘The show is about physique picture and being proud of you’re. Ted E. gained weight throughout Covid and is consuming nothing however chocolate. He’s impossibly fats,’ he mentioned.

Strassman is performing The Chocolate Diet at The Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne till Sunday earlier than taking the show to Adelaide. 

Strassman is currently touring his bawdy one-man show across Australia

Strassman is at present touring his bawdy one-man show throughout Australia

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