- Trevor Noah is definitely not used to spending time not being in front of an audience
- The comedian said he really misses entertaining huge crowds and making people laugh
- Trevor revealed this during a virtual interview with Ellen DeGeneres
Trevor Noah is completely bummed about having to be away from comedy during the current worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
The star has revealed that he's concerned about entertainment shows probably being the last things to return following this pandemic.
He opened up to fellow talk show host Ellen DeGeneres about how difficult not being able to practise his craft is for him.
"That is maybe the worst part of what is happening for me individually. It is horrible. I've never been the kind of performer who likes the sound of my own voice or telling myself jokes in the mirror, I don't perform for myself. I like to make people feel better, I like to make them laugh, Doing this is a very strange experience."
Besides not being able to perform until possibly 2021, Trevor said he's coping really well with being forced to stay indoors.
He told Ellen, "I won't lie. I'm doing as well as one can be doing in this situation. I've always been an introvert. I've always been an indoor child. Staying indoors is not a punishment for me. This is how I grew up. Other than worrying about what will happen to the world, I'm pretty chilled out," Trevor said.
Trevor also revealed that he's growing an afro because he can't cut his own hair.
Those are the types of problems that the likes of rapper Sho Madjozi don't have.
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za revealed that the multi-talented Sho has kept busy braiding her own hair during our lockdown period.
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