Ross Noble had the boys in stitches on multiple occasions, lighting up the studio with his iconic British wit.

Much like his stand-up routines, Ross’s style is largely improvised and surreal, with a ‘stream of consciousness’ delivery. This was evident in his chat with the boys, as he went from making dinosaur sounds with the microphones to talking about his “terrible, hairy, arse”, before going through the finer details of trying to fit a whale into a car.   

It was a wild and hilarious ride, as a casual chinwag quickly turned into much more. WATCH above if you’re in need of your daily giggle!
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