Russell Brand, one of Britain’s funniest and most audacious comedians, has admitted to worries over his wedding day speech. The comedian, who is due to marry singer Katy Perry, admitted his wedding day speech nerves in an interview at the weekend.
As if that wasn’t enough, Brand was also recently named the world’s worst-dressed man in showbiz. Because an online poll by WENN.com saw Brand receiving some 31% of the vote. So, that’s some accolade.
The source of the wedding day speech nerves problem seems to be the Perry family. Since, Katy Perry’s father is a Christian minister. So, in all likelihood, he’s adept and well-versed in public speaking. Therefore he says the right thing and keeps on message. Now, who doesn’t that remind you of?
And the problem? Well, Russell Brand is a fluent comedian with a knack for definitely saying the wrong thing. At the wrong time, which makes him very funny…and calamitous at times.
This wedding day speech could be a total hoot…or it could all go very pear-shaped. No doubt he can free up some time in his current book signing tour for some public speaking practice.
You can always read about how to prepare for your very own wedding speech with our regular series of public speaking tips. Or, you can listen to the podcasts or even watch the training videos. And, when you want to get even more from your public speaking opportunities, then why not train yourself? Because a public speaking training course is a really convenient option to get you ready for your big day. Or, perhaps get someone else ready for your big day. We’re thinking of the father of the bride’s speech or the best man’s speech, perhaps. So, please don’t hesitate to get in touch when the time is right.
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