Comedian Joel Creasey has "feuded" with Russell Crowe via social media, had a fling with an AFL player and interviewed Cher at the Mardi Gras.
Not surprisingly, his new show also incorporates another celebrity encounter - a meeting with the Duchess of Sussex.
"People have to come to the show, but I met Meghan Markle in Melbourne last year," he said. "I was invited to meet her and Prince Harry at a morning tea at Government House.
"And the chemistry between Meghan Markle and I, we just did not get on at all.
"It was probably all my fault, but it's a funny story, and definitely a highlight of my stand-up show this year."
The comic has hosted Eurovision and Mardi Gras coverage on SBS, Take Me Out on Channel Seven, and was a team captain on Ten's Show Me The Movie.
He also has a global Netflix stand-up special as part of the Comedians of the World.
Meanwhile, Creasey has returned with a new stand-up show, Drink. Slay. Repeat.
"Stand-up is definitely still the first love, because you get that instant validation of the laughter," the 28-year-old said.
"Whereas TV you've got to film it months in advance, and then wait and do that sad thing where you sit on Twitter and see if people like the show," he laughed.
"Stand-up's also great because you can say a lot more on-stage than you can on TV. You don't have to worry about what the network will think, or if the producers will let something make the final cut of the show."
Creasey's no-holds-barred style of comedy often features frank insights into his personal life.
How do his partner and family members react to some of his stand-up content?
"My parents are really good, because I've been doing stand-up for 12 years, so they get it and they understand," he said.
"My partner, he's a very big part of this show. Last year, it was all very complimentary about him.
"This year, I said to him, 'I can't do that again. It'll still be complimentary, but you've got evolve the story for your audience'.
"The first night of this new show, the one I'm bringing to Wollongong, he was a little bit shocked... But he's seen it a few times now and I think he enjoys it. But he might just be saying that," he laughed.
Having performed in Wollongong many times in the past, Creasey will return after a few years' absence.
He'll be fresh off the plane from a series of meetings in Los Angeles following his Netflix special.
"Unlike other comics, I don't write my material down word-for-word," he said.
"So I just re-tell them like you would a story at a dinner party. By the time I get to Wollongong I'll have done a whole bunch of shows, so it'll hopefully be a well-oiled machine."
Creasey will perform on Friday, May 3 as part of the Spiegeltent Wollongong.
Tickets are available here.
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