Joe Rogan isn’t afraid to speak his mind.
The muscle-bound comic, podcast host and UFC commentator returns to his television franchise “Fear Factor” at 8 p.m. EST tonight on NBC. That means he’s doing the publicity rounds to drum interest in the rebooted show, and it’s pretty clear Rogan isn’t concerned about insulting his fellow celebrities.
Consider how he takes down singer Miley Cyrus, and today’s celebrity mindset, in one glorious rant.
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I watch Miley Cyrus talk in interviews — I really study her, from a psychological standpoint. This poor f–king kid! What kind of a life is that? Sure, she’s got a ton of money. Yes, she’s not going to have to deal with the financial problems that a lot of people have. But my god, her character! Her mind! She’s delusional. Her perception of reality must be so twisted. They really do think that what they have to say is more important than what a “regular” person has to say. The reason you hear a lot of famous people say a lot of really egotistical things or do really stupid sh-t … your whole life is series of actions and reactions. “I show up at work everyday, and everyone kisses my ass.” They develop thinking that is a normal part of life.
“Fear Factor” viewers will care more about watching pretty people risking life and limb than anything Rogan has to say. But his willingness to deconstruct the famous personality mindset makes him far more than a reality show host.