Hannibal Buress Took Adderall & Read A Children’s Book On ‘The Project’ Last Night
American comedian and actor Hannibal Buress is currently in Australia with his new comedy show The Hannibal Montanabal Experience, and last night he did an amazing interview on Channel Ten’s The Project, during which he read an entire children’s book called My First Numbers live on air.
After answering a few standard questions about Australia, his career and his live show, Buress admitted that his real purpose in Australia is to promote ‘his’ new book. He began to read the AFL-themed numbers book while the audience and the entire panel just giggled in bewildered stupor.
After he completed reading the book in its entirety, he flat out ignored pleas from members of the panel to explain what the hell he was even doing, instead saying, “I’ve got part two coming out soon. 16 through 30. Part two check it out.”
The clearly quite-fried Buress had earlier in the interview admitted that he’d taken “five Adderalls” throughout the day to combat jet lag, having only arrived in the country yesterday morning.
Check out the Aussie dates for The Hannibal Montanabal Experience below, alongside Hannibal’s amazing The Project interview.
Watch: Hannibal Buress On The Project
The Hannibal Montanabal Experience Australian Tour
On sale now.
Thursday, 1st December (AA)
Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday, 2nd December (AA)
Hamer Hall, Melbourne
Saturday, 3rd December (18+)
Astor Theatre, Perth
Tickets: Astor Theatre
Monday, 5th December (18+)
The Tivoli, Brisbane