Trevor Noah's Attempt To Imitate Italy's Balcony Singers In New York Goes Awry

"The Daily Show" host is sharing comedy bits online to help alleviate viewers’ anxiety about the coronavirus.

Trevor Noah, seemingly inspired by a video in which some Italians sang in unison over their balconies during the coronavirus lockdown in their country, tried to do the same in New York City.

But “The Daily Show” host received a rude response in the setup comedy bit released Tuesday on YouTube. “Shut the fuck up,” someone can be heard screaming to Noah off-camera as he sings the opening lines of “A Whole New World” from “Aladdin.”

Check out the clip here:

Noah’s late night talk show was suspended last week amid concerns about the spread of the virus.

In lieu of full broadcasts, he has now taken to releasing shorter clips on YouTube in a bid to alleviate viewers’ anxiety about the pandemic, which has now sickened nearly 200,000 people worldwide.

Fellow late night hosts Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon are doing the same.

Noah on Monday released this “Quarantine Dispatch”:

And on Tuesday, he highlighted his cleaning routine with this parody segment:

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