Comedian Nikki Glaser Would Rather Be ‘Fuckable’ Than Funny

Nikki Glaser is a globe-course stand-up comedian, a ruthless celebrity roaster, and an endlessly partaking daily podcaster. Now, she’s also a reality Television set star many thanks to her new gig hosting the deliberately absurd relationship clearly show FBoy Island on HBO Max.

On this week’s episode of The Last Chuckle podcast, Glaser talks about how she landed her dream position right after “embarrassing” herself on Dancing with the Stars, shares her unvarnished views on system graphic and terminate tradition, and reveals some wild at the rear of-the-scenes stories about roasting Ann Coulter, Caitlyn Jenner, Alec Baldwin, Blake Griffin, and extra.

“I employed to be so ashamed of trying to glance incredibly hot,” Glaser admits. “So now I’m just sort of indulging in that. I am one. I never care if I’m perceived as sexy. I need to be. I’m trying to uncover a mate. I’m seeking to find another person who appears at me and goes, ‘Oh, that would make my dick fill with blood and I form of would like to put my penis in that.’ I’m not attempting to find a lifetime companion who goes, ‘Oh my god, she’s so funny.’ That is not what I’m wanting for in a romantic relationship, is a person who tells me I’m amusing all the time. Mainly because I know I am.”

“I just want someone who tells me I’m fuckable all the time,” she carries on. “Because I don’t know that I am. So till I obtain a person to really like me endlessly, I’m going to preserve placing thirst pics out there. Why not?”

That unapologetic attitude mirrors the overall aesthetic of FBoy Island, which was filmed on the Cayman Islands earlier this yr and pits 12 self-described “nice guys” from 12 very pleased “fuck boys” to earn the hearts of 3 beautiful gals.

“I told my agents I want to get the job done in actuality due to the fact it’s all I enjoy,” Glaser clarifies. “Why am I seeking to make articles that I don’t even take pleasure in or have a enthusiasm for? And I’ve viewed ample reality to know accurately what I would want to do, what voice I would want to carry to it.” She spends substantially of the sequence, which premieres this Thursday, July 29th on HBO Max, roasting the male contestants, who do not appear entirely in on the joke.

It’s Glaser’s second large foray into truth Television set just after becoming the 1st superstar voted off of Dancing with the Stars in 2018, an practical experience she nevertheless considers “one of the most embarrassing times of my life.”

She suggests she should have witnessed the composing on the wall because, “You know this match is rigged, ideal? And you can just search at the agenda? You can just really feel the vibe of the producers not making eye get in touch with with you and anyone not genuinely worrying about your next dance.”

Her newfound career as a reality Television star has the prospective to drive Glaser into yet another stratosphere of celeb, but she’s presently wary about the scrutiny that might invite.

“It can make me anxious to do everything that can make you even a tiny little bit additional famed simply because that’s when folks start out sorting via your previous materials and attempting to come across ways to acquire you down,” she says. “It’s coming, and I know just the jokes they are likely to appear immediately after me for.”

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