John Bishop claims that his new BBC show will ‘inevitably’ irritate someone, but he will not censor jokes.

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John Bishop claims that his new BBC show will ‘inevitably’ irritate someone, but he will not censor jokes.

EXCLUSIVE: John Bishop, the Doctor Who star, has stated that he will not censor his jokes in order to appease “snowflakes,” claiming that he cannot function as a comedian if he has to “double-think” everything.

John Bishop, the Doctor Who star, is refusing to censor his jokes in order to appease the snowflakes.

When it comes to writing gags, the 55-year-old comic believes it’s critical that he doesn’t worry about offending people.

“It’s not possible to double-check everything you think and say,” he told the Brinkwire on Sunday.

You’d never say anything if you did that.

“I’m not going to be able to live like that.”

I can’t be a double-thinking comedian.”

Last night, John debuted his new ITV chat show, and he’s fully expecting his content to offend some viewers.

“Of all the TV shows I’ve done, this one is the closest to a stand-up routine,” he said.

It’s a joy for me to bring the atmosphere I get at live shows into people’s living rooms.

However, it is a risk.

“When you’re on TV, you’re in their living room without their permission.

There will inevitably be those who say things like “He swears too much” or “I wish he hadn’t gone on to that topic.”

“Something will always irritate someone.”

However, there is nothing you can do about it.

“We’ll have to wait and see.”

On social media, the show is likely to polarize opinions.

However, John is confident that the whining we see on the internet does not reflect the majority of people’s feelings.

“There are two worlds,” he said.

One is the online world, in which everyone has an opinion.

And then there’s the world you get at a show when everyone is in the same room and everyone has paid to see me.

“They know what I’m about when they do that, so I’m less likely to say something that will irritate them.”

John is one of television’s biggest stars, but he still enjoys stand-up comedy.

He’s currently on the road, giving fans a much-needed chuckle.

“Every show feels like I’m bursting a bubble because there’s so much pent-up desire for light relief,” he explained.

It’s wonderful.

“It’s been a long time since we’ve been able to laugh without feeling naughty or guilty.”

“We’ve got to get that back.”

On ITV next Saturday, The John Bishop Show will continue.

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