Trevor Noah made a cheeky swipe at Prince Harry at this year’s Grammy’s.
The comedian, who hosted the 65th Grammy’s ceremony on Sunday (February 5), mocked the Duke of Sussex's cheeky confession about experiencing a “frostbitten” penis as he revealed in his explosive tell-all memoir, Spare.
Taking to the star-studded event in Los Angeles, host Noah took the opportunity to share the details about the Prince's confession to a worldwide audience.
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His cheeky jab was made when the South African presenter was tasked with introducing British comedian James Corden on stage.
Noah began: “James Corden is a 12-time Emmy winner and the host of The Late Late Show.
“He’s also living proof that a man can move from London to L.A. And not tell everyone about his frostbitten penis,” as he made the cheeky mock directed at Harry.
Fans instantly flocked to social media to react to the joke, as many were speechless the host made the quip on such a public level.
One fan wrote: “A lot of people missed Trevor Noah’s Prince Harry diss and it was funny too,” as another added: “I bet Harry wasn’t expecting that!”
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“Did Trevor Noah just diss Prince Harry while introducing James Cordon?” one fan asked before writing: “Honestly, the highlight of the whole ceremony for me.”
One fan believed Harry himself would find humour in the joke, as they wrote: “I’m sure Harry found it funny. He has a good sense of humour.”
It comes after Harry confessed in his explosive bombshell memoir that he experienced the early stages of frostbite.
The Duke of Sussex explained that he witnessed “frost nip” on his “todger” after taking part in a charity trek to the Arctic with four ex-servicemen who were badly wounded in the war in Afghanistan.
“These amazing veterans were doing a walk to the North Pole. They had all the training, I had none,” he confessed.
“I turned up thinking, how bad can this be? It’s only the North Pole. It’s only minus 35 degrees.”
Harry confessed that it wasn’t until weeks later did he realise something was wrong downstairs.
There was “nothing visible, nothing obvious. It was a slow deteriorating situation,” he said.
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