Saskatoon man featured in joke on the Tonight Show
- Author: Michelle Webb Feb 22, 2017,
Feb 22, 2017, 0:52
Steve Irwin died ten years ago, when Robert was just two-years-old, after being stung by a stingray.
On Feb. 17's The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon - between a joke about all-in-one shampoo and long underwear - a member of a relatively unknown, indie band had his photo shown during Fallon's "Thank You Notes" segment.
Steve Irwin's son Robert Irwin stopped by The Tonight Show Thursday alongside a collection of furry friends to share his love of animals.
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It was hilarious to see Jimmy Fallon to meekly acknowledge to Robert Irwin that he is actually a little afraid of animals. He will be accompanied with his mom, Terri, and older sister, Bindi. "So I think I'm the luckiest kid on planet Earth". Steve Irwin passed away in 2006, but his children are carrying the nature-loving torch. "You're actually your dad". "I'm forever thankful to be your sister". The Irwin family actually owns Australia Zoo, which the family totally reinvigorated, and Bindi also took over the wildlife charity Wildlife Warriors.
Of course, Robert brought with him a host of exotic animals to meet Jimmy, most of which the talk show host was initially scared to get close to. Despite the admission Irwin continued to show all the animals that he brought one by one.