'Feeding America Comedy Festival': Wayne Brady's 'Mr Sanitary' steals the show, fans call it night's best skit
Rocking out a musical skit as 'Mr Sanitary', Brady's performance was one of the best to be featured
The 'Feeding America Comedy Festival' on NBC brought some of America's biggest talents in the field of comedy together for a night of laughs. And Wayne Brady stole the show.
Rocking out a musical skit as "Mr Sanitary", Brady's performance was one of the best to be featured. And considering this is all for charity, we're hoping it helped raise a substantial amount of funds for the cause. Just take a look at some of these reactions fans had.
One fan took to Twitter writing, "GOT DAMN IT then came @WayneBrady!! This dude HERE!! #MrSanitary Y'all this #FeedingAmerica #ComedyFest WAS ON TIME!"
Featuring the talents of comedy greats ranging from Tina Fey and Kevin James to Will Smith and Adam Sandler, there were a lot of laughs to be had during the event. But it seems that fans agree that Brady was the funniest of the night.
Was it a 100% family-friendly? Maybe not, but we also saw Jack Black gyrating his junk in his underwear so that's pretty excusable.
"@WayneBrady is by far the funniest dude ever!" A fan declared. "#HappyMothersDay #mrsanitary."
And then we have this one fan who pointed out that "Wayne Brady aka Mr. Sanitary has a GREAT house."
"Please @nbcsnl make Mr. Brady @WayneBrady the next host when you return in the fall," one particularly earnest fan wrote petitioning to get Brady on 'Saturday Night Live'. "#MrSanitary was all that!"
The Feeding America Comedy Festival is a joint attempt by Feeding America, NBC and Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios and Funny or Die to raise money to provide food to those who cannot afford it at this time. The two-hour comedy special features a star-studded ensemble of comedy stars including Sarah Silverman, Kevin Hart, Margaret Cho, Marlon Wayans, Cedric the Entertainer, and many more.
The 'Feeding America Comedy Festival' was broadcast on NBC on Sunday, May 10, 2020, at 7pm.