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German ‘Talent’ Eats Sausages on TV With her Butt Shocks Judges!

SPOILER: IT’S GOING TO GET NASTY, PICTURES OF BUMS AND SAUSAGES COMING UP!

This was aired on German’s Got Talent recently, and it features a german comedian lady who performed one of the ‘weirdest’ and also horrific stunts LIVE on air!
Talk about showing the world your talent eh? Perhaps some things like using your butt to chum up objects would be something you want to keep at home. 😀

 

Duckie L’Orange, appearanced on Das Supertalent, pulled a string of sausages from her apron and dropped them on the floor. Judges then watched in disbelieve as she walked to the back of the stage, lifted up her shirt and dropped her pants to reveal a cute little dog face bum.

Sausage eating bum-dog (Picture: RTL)
Sausage eating bum-dog appears on stage for the first time! (Picture: RTL)

It was not clear what she intended to do at first as part of her act, however the moment she strip down to her pants, everyone started to get a little uncomfortable, the crowd were slightly horrified to say the least.

This judge was probably thinking why did she eat such a heavy breakfast before the show (Credits : RTL)
This judge was probably thinking why did she eat such a heavy breakfast before the show (Credits : RTL)

 

Who is this performer you may ask? Well on her website Duckie L’Orange , this was written on her portfolio:

Duckie L’Orange is a Berlin based performance artist with a twist. She does weird and wacky interactive performances for kids, and equally wacky but significantly dirtier shows for adults.

 

She’s been all around town like a hipster on a vintage bicycle – from performing at the Sydney Opera House Kids & Families, barking in a steam punk carnival with Antigua i Barbuda at Sydney Festival, telling stories at the Au Chat Noir in Paris or cheeky fun with BIZARRE Bushwick in NYC.

Well, we have to say this lady still has more class than this article about ‘taiwanese fashion’

 

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