During the latest Comedy Central Roast, Dennis Rodman took a lot of heat from the audience when his untimely jokes fell flat. According to reports, the taping of the roast of Bruce Willis over the weekend, while it went well for Demi Moore, was received less positively on the side of Rodman.
The basketball star took to the stage to berate the Die Hard action star but supposedly didn’t perform that well in front of the audience.
He “fumbled” over his pre-planned material, garnering a negative reaction from attendees. The audience booed him when he joked about his involvement with the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un.
In a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Dennis supposedly said Bruce Willis and Kim were similar, in the sense that they both made bomb movies, “but Kim at least is smart enough not to release his.”
Unfortunately, Rodman’s venture into the comedy world didn’t go quite as smoothly as planned, but for others, it went much better.
Demi Moore, Bruce’s ex-wife, stole the show when she made fun of their former marriage. Demi said Bruce was one of her top three husbands, and that he was like The Sixth Sense because he was practically dead the entire time.
However, in Rodman’s defense, this was the first time he had ever written jokes and performed them in front of an audience, unlike all the other comedians on stage.
The last time someone bombed during a roast, was Mike Sorrentino from Jersey Shore when he and other comics made fun of the now-president, Donald Trump. Mike, or “The Situation,” bombed when he joked about sleeping with women, seemingly boasting about his own success, rather than making fun of the real estate mogul.