The crowed cheered at his arrival and after some audience interaction he discovered two women had came two hours early to secure front-row seats. “Why’d you do that?” asked Kidgell. “Commitment,” they replied.
The act followed the structure of sharing a number of “stories” from his travels, including a repeat Uber driver in Canberra to entrepreneurship potential in Thailand.
He repeatedly remarked how “stupid” he was, which seemed to gain some validity when he slipped in that Thailand was a country in Indonesia and made cheap jabs at minorities, from the disabled to people living with AIDS.
But with over 400,000 online fans and a radio show on Fox FM, it’s worth checking in to see what all the fuss is about.