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Priyanka Chopra has been going places. With her career graph growing by leaps and bounds, there’s no stopping her. She was recently crowned as the hottest woman in the world by Times Magazine and with her success, has managed to attract admirers from all over the world.
One such ardent fan includes American comedy troupe, The Tenderloins’ member Brian “Q” Quinn who can’t stop praising the Indian beauty.
Recently in an email- interview with IANS, the troupe member expressed how awestruck he was with Priyanka and called her a ‘worldwide treasure’. He further said,
“Personally speaking, we will never be able to pay back India for gifting Priyanka to the world. She really is something special. Thank you, India. Thank you so much.”
He also hoped to star opposite the beautiful actress in a Bollywood movie someday and was all praises for the historical culture of India.
Brian is now adding an Indian twist to his professional front. The Tenderloins, better known as , will be hosting a digital comedy challenge titled Sprite Comedy Konkout by Culture Machine.
Culture Machine, a digital media company, has got the New York-based comedy troupe comprising Joe Gatto, James Murray, Sal Vulcano along with Brian – on board.
The group will throw an open challenge to India’s digital comedians to find out the best from the lot. The challenge begins on YouTube on Wednesday.
Talking of the association, he said: “We are going to challenge these amazing talents to do what we do best, embarrass themselves in the name of laughter. We have no idea how the people of India are going to react, which is why we are so looking forward to seeing what they come up with.”
The Tenderloins caught onto the spiral of fame with the hidden-camera comedy reality TV series Impractical Jokers. They use a combination of hidden microphones and cameras to dare each other to go out of comfort zone and embarrass themselves. The show is in its fifth season.
Brian, who has also acted in TV series Jokers Wild and film Vulgar, shared that with Impractical Jokers the group has stumbled upon an “eye-opening” truth.
He said: “In making the show we have come to realise that you can get away with almost anything just by being confident and wearing a smile. It’s very eye opening.”
Sharing his knowledge about the comedy industry of India, Quinn said: “We are just becoming aware of the burgeoning comedy industry in India. The best comedy comes from a specific view point, and there is no doubt that the Indian culture has it is own take on the world.
“So it’s going to be an exciting time for Indian comedy.”
Any Indian star they would like to challenge? “Suraj Sharma was so excellent in Life Of Pi. It would be fun to have him goof off with us,” he says.