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See Howie Mandel Dance His Heart Out to Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion's "Bongos"
The America's Got Talent Judge let loose in a silly new video.
Howie Mandel has got some moves!
This week, the America's Got Talent Judge shared the funniest clip set to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion newest single, "Bongos". In the video posted to his official Instagram page, the comedian danced with some energetic footwork to the new hip-hop track in what appears to be an office setting while sporting a tie and some slacks.
Mandel surely has never been one to take himself too seriously. Last week, he shared a snapshot of himself and his wife of more than 40 years, Terry Mandel, wearing matching tie dye outfits it preparation for John Stamos' 60s themed 60th birthday party. Then, in August, he also wore some matching neon overalls with his 38-year-old daughter, Jackelyn Shultz, clearly living his best life.
Always able to poke fun at himself, Mandel has also been known to embrace his signature bald look, despite rocking some luscious locks in the past. In a recent Season 18 AGT red carpet interview with NBC Insider, he made a light-hearted, humble joke at his own suspense about his hair situation.
“Because most of my hair right now is in my ears and my nose, so when I can display it outside of those orifices, it’s just special,” he said to us.
“Do I have a choice? How do you know I’m embracing it? I love turtles, and I think I look like a turtle,” he also quipped when asked how he embraces his current look.
Howie Mandel's podcast, Howie Mandel Does Stuff
Mandel also shows his sense of humor with the podcast that he's been hosting with his daughter Jackelyn Schultz called Howie Mandel Does Stuff. The podcast started in 2021, and episodes typically run around an hour long, and are usually released once a week. During the episodes, Mandel interviews a slew of A-listers, and asks them interesting questions about their personal lives and careers. And given Mandel's reputation for raunchy jokes, no question is off limits.
“[The podcast] came out of the fact that during the pandemic, we couldn’t see each other—we would spend hours on the phone together, me and Jackie — and we’d be making prank calls, and we would be just laughing, and being inappropriate, and pranking her mom, just having fun,” Howie explained to creative inspiration behind the project in an interview with Access Hollywood. “My wife would walk in and go, ‘Who is this for, what is this even for?’ And I’d go, ‘We’re just having fun.'”