In a recent episode of the talk show “Alan Carr: Chatty Man,” comedian Adam Hills left the audience in stitches with his witty and candid interview. The topic of prostate exams came up, and Hills didn’t hold back. He boldly declared that prostate exams are “kinda nice” if your prostate is healthy. He humorously explained that the fear many men have about the test being painful is unfounded, and even went so far as to say that it can feel good. This unexpected revelation was met with laughter and applause from the audience.

But the conversation didn’t stop there. Hills also shared his personal experience of being on high alert because his wife is due to give birth in a few weeks. With a three and a half-year-old daughter already, Hills humorously expressed his concern about being away on tour when his wife goes into labor. He even shared a heartwarming moment where his daughter, through a Skype call, spoke to his wife’s pregnant belly and asked their future child to wait for a few more weeks before making an appearance.

During the interview, Hills also talked about his new tour called “Happy ISM,” which explores the philosophy of happiness. He amusingly revealed that he had a dilemma when he was invited to perform on an American TV show that aimed to make fun of celebrities. Hills, who is not known for being mean-spirited, struggled with making jokes about Megan Fox‘s weight. This experience led him to host a show for the Dalai Lama, where he learned about comedy and the importance of using a microphone to speak about meaningful topics.

The interview took an even more interesting turn when Hills shared his experience of being on stage with the Muppets. He revealed that he was asked to drop a joke from his routine for the opportunity to perform alongside the beloved characters. His friend jokingly told him to “touch the Frog” and Hills embraced it as the theme of his show. To highlight this, someone even sent him a “Touch the Frog” cushion.

Throughout the interview, Hills had the audience laughing with his charming and honest storytelling. He also touched on his disability, as he has a prosthetic leg. He shared that, contrary to advice he received early in his career, he now openly talks about it on stage and even lifts his trouser leg to show the audience. This moment always garners applause and adds some extra humor to his performances.

Hills also talked about his show “The Last Leg,” which provides a platform for people to ask questions they’ve always wanted to ask about disability. The show started as a way to discuss the Paralympics but quickly gained popularity as a platform for discussing diverse topics.

The interview took a political turn when the topic of the Winter Olympics in Russia came up. Hills talked about the team’s decision to use humor to address the controversial anti-gay laws in the country. He shared that they jokingly made Vladimir Putin a gay icon, which received international attention. Hills revealed that they even received a phone call from someone at MI6, suggesting they shouldn’t continue to infer Putin’s sexuality. Despite the potential backlash, Hills and his team continued to use humor to highlight important issues.

In typical Adam Hills fashion, the interview was full of laughter, witty remarks, and heartfelt moments. Hills’ ability to blend humor and honesty made for an entertaining and engaging conversation. Fans can catch more of Hills’ comedy on his upcoming tour, and his new DVD will be released soon.