Transgender Comedian Strips Naked on Live TV Broadcast and Plays the Piano with His Penis

Transgender Comedian Strips Naked on Live TV Broadcast and Plays the Piano with His Penis

A transgender comedian made an appearance on BBC’s Channel 4 on Friday night and shocked the live audience by stripping completely naked at the end of the song and then playing the piano using his penis.

Channel 4 celebrated its 40th-anniversary celebrations on Friday with a one-off comeback special of the iconic 1980s comedy series broadcast showcasing comedy legends and rising stars.

During the Friday Night Live segment, Jordan Gray sang an expletive-filled song on her journey as a trans woman while dressed in a bright pink suit, curled hair, and bold lip color.

Gray decided to strip completely naked at the end of the song and play the piano with his penis while the audience cheered for him.

Channel 4 did not cut the feed despite the fact that children might have been watching at home.

Outrageous!

Watch the video below: (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT)

Daily Mail reported:

Before the performance, Gray, who was the first transgender singer on talent show The Voice in 2016, told her Twitter followers: ‘Tonight we make history.’

‘I haven’t had a Yorkie bar in five years,’ she said at the start of her set, in a refence to the chocolate brand’s former slogan ‘it’s not for girls’.

Gray took to the keyboard in a bright pink suit, telling the audience: ‘This is the coolest night of my life, you’re watching me experience the coolest night of my life.’

She opened the song with the lyric: ‘I look out in the faces in this room, and wish that I could crawl back in the womb.

‘And start again, against God’s plans, with different glands and smaller hands.’

The dark curly-haired comedian added: ‘I wish the world could finally understand: I’m more than just a female Russell Brand.’

She then launched into the comedic song referencing the Chuckle Brothers’ ‘to me to you’ skit before saying ‘now back to me – this song’s about me’.

The song moves into her own version of Do-Re-Mi and increasingly intense keyboard playing.

As the song draws to a close, she tells the audience: ‘You know the best thing about live TV? I can do stupid stuff like this!’

She then jumps up from the piano before counting down ‘one, two, three’ and ripping off her suit and exposing herself entirely.

Below is the full performance:

(Article by Jim Hoft republished from TheGatewayPundit)

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