Trevor Noah is a man of the world so he should have known better than to sing from his New York City balcony after being inspired by the videos from Italy.
The host of “The Daily Show” tried to share some cheer with his fellow New Yorkers on Tuesday but it ended up backfiring in his face. Noah shared his funny video with his millions of fans on Instagram but apparently his neighbors are not too fond of his antics. The star stated that he was inspired by all the videos coming out of Italy where people are singing and playing music from their balconies so the whole neighborhood can hear. He stepped out on his own balcony and began singing “A Whole New World” from the classic Disney movie, “Aladdin.” He was met with harsh criticism.
“Nothing can break the human spirit. Except that guy. That kinda hurt. Will try again tomorrow. #AwholeNewSong,” He wrote in the caption of his post.
Trevor never claimed to be a good singer and we now know why. He is a quick-witted man that makes people laugh by telling political jokes on TV and by doing his hilarious stand-up routine (he’s quite good, we’ve seen him on tour) but he should stick to “The Daily Show” and not sign up to sing the next Disney ballad.
As soon as he got through the first line of “A Whole New World,” his neighbor yelled, “Shut the f**k up!”
The comedian announced that he was postponing his tour dates scheduled over the next month to help curb the spread of the Coronavirus.
“In support of the World Health Organization’s efforts to inform and help individual communities slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus I will be postponing all tour dates for the next month. By reducing large gatherings we can help flatten the curve of any possible outbreaks to keep it manageable within our communities. All postponed dates will be rescheduled and new show info will be posted to my website as it comes in. Looking forward to seeing you all on a happier and healthier note!” Trevor explained on social media.