Last month, he unveiled the results of a hair transplant and his teeth repaired during the lockdown.
And Jimmy Carr, 48, admitted he feared being canceled when he returned to standing comedy, as he showed off his new look in the latest pre-recorded episode of The Jonathan Ross Show, which aired Saturday.
The comedian, who looked adored to perfection with his new hairline and sparkling white smile, explained that he thought he might lose fan support because he would be “dizzy and over-excited. »By performing on stage.
New hairline, who is it? Jimmy Carr, 48, showed off his new look in the latest pre-recorded episode of The Jonathan Ross Show, which airs Saturday
The TV star admitted he fears being canceled as he returns to comedy because he will be “dizzy and too excited” after the latest nationwide lockdown.
He told Jonathan: “Not being able to go out there and do what we normally do was a challenge.
“They are talking about June 21 – I have concerts booked from June 21… God willing, that would be a return to normality…
“I think I’m probably going to be called off, I’ll be a little dizzy and too excited. I’m helping out now.
Canceled!? The TV star admitted he was worried about being canceled as he returned to comedy because he would be ‘dizzy and too excited’ after the last lockdown (pictured in 2005)
Jimmy also discussed joining the new BBC series I Can See Your Voice, explaining, “It’s a crazy idea. It’s a singing show, a talent show… nobody sings.
“We have a line-up and we say who we think could sing, based on nothing.
“It’s like working at the airport, you basically profile people: ‘Those shoes with that dress on? No, she can’t sing… she doesn’t hold the microphone. We just look at the people and say who can sing.
“Then on the next round, they mime. Each time, I have never been so sure and so wrong.
New look, new show: Jimmy also discussed joining the new BBC series I Can See Your Voice, explaining, “This is a crazy idea. It’s a singing show, a talent show … nobody sings
Jimmy explained that while I Can See Your Voice sounds bonkers on paper, it’s very pleasing to the eye.
He said, “The reason I think the show works, every hour there are six big moments. Because either they can sing and it’s entertaining or they can’t and it’s funny.
‘It was so much fun. We filmed it during the second lockdown. Just to be out of the house. We were kind of reunited – me, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden – we had a lot of fun together.
The Jonathan Ross Show will air on Saturday April 10 at 11:35 pm on ITV and ITV Hub.
It works! “The reason I think the show works, every hour there are six big moments. Because either they can sing and it’s entertaining, or they can’t and it’s funny, ”Jimmy explained.
Last month, Jimmy revealed he got his teeth fixed during a mammoth three-day dentist appointment and also had a hair transplant.
Speaking on Gabby Logan’s Midpoint podcast, Jimmy said he decided to change his appearance after feeling disappointed that he didn’t look as good in real life as he did on TV.
He said: “I had my teeth cut, it’s the first thing I did, it’s more than veneers. I made every tooth in my head in one sitting.
Shocked! Last June, Jimmy left Save Our Summer viewers stunned by his striking resemblance to Woody from Toy Story, as he showed off his new hair transplant.
Back in the day: Last month, Jimmy revealed he got his teeth fixed during a mammoth three-day dentist appointment and had a hair transplant as well.
“I did 12 hours on the chair the first day, then 12 hours the second, it was like a three day thing where you have temporary things, it’s pretty full. ”
Regarding his hair transplant, the actor explained: “I was not backing down. I have had the same hairline since I was 17, I had a big widow’s peak. I looked like a vampire accountant. It was right after the lockdown, I did it.
The TV personality said that in addition to these physical changes, he also exercised a lot and took a lot of protein pills and vitamins.