Give her a “celebrity slap!” Rebel Wilson’s mom Sue rolls hilarious with her daughter after not being impressed with her jokes about Pooch Perfect
Rebel Wilson is arguably one of the most popular comedians in Hollywood.
But in a hilarious new trailer for the Bridesmaids star’s new Channel Seven show Pooch Perfect, her mom Sue Bownds isn’t impressed with her jokes.
Rebel, 40, shared a clip on Instagram on Thursday, in which her mom rolled her eyes at her and gave her a celebrity slap.
Give her a “celebrity blow down!” Rebel Wilson’s mom Sue hilariously rolled her eyes at her daughter after she was unimpressed with her jokes, in a new teaser for Pooch Perfect
“I hope if you watch this show you will like some of my jokes,” Rebel says in the promo for the program.
Her mother is silent but rolls her eyes.
In a caption for the clip, Rebel explained that it was “ classic mom, ” adding that the show airs Thursday at 8 p.m. due to a news special on the corona virus.
Cheeky! Rebel endorsed the Instagram clip, saying it was “ classic mom, ” adding the show airs Thursday at 8 p.m. due to a news special on the corona virus.
One for all the family: The show follows ten professional pet stylists as they take on dog grooming challenges
Sue is a professional dog handler, so her involvement with the show comes as no surprise.
Pooch Perfect follows ten professional pet stylists who perform dog grooming challenges.
Earlier, Rebel spoke of her childhood, saying her family would travel through Australia for dog shows.
“My childhood was full of weekend adventures at dog shows across Australia, and my family owned a company that sold pet products from a caravan – such as leashes, treats, and the best styling equipment around,” she said in a statement recently.
She is aware! Rebel has previously spoken about her childhood, saying her family would travel through Australia for dog shows
Despite Rebel’s passion for the dog grooming industry, Pooch Perfect has struggled with the ratings.
Earlier this month, one episode in its prime time slot drew only a meager 388,000 viewers.
After losing nearly half of the viewers who were in on the show’s premiere, industry commentator and Mediaweek editor James Manning told The Daily Telegraph earlier this month that the disappointing results may be due to Rebel.
“Despite reasonable numbers for the first episode, the number of visitors on the weekend has been dramatic for two and three weeks,” he said.
“The series indicates that Rebel Wilson should not yet prove to be a major draw for the Australian TV audience.”
The program launched on February 27 with 624,000 viewers.
Are you a fan? Despite Rebel’s passion for the dog grooming industry, the show has struggled with the ratings