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Jimmy Loses It with Robert Irwin on a Hot Mic Before Animals Segment

Jimmy and Robert Irwin, 15-year-old son of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, get into an accidentally public confrontation backstage that spills into an awkward animals segment that includes a lizard, an owl and a cat from Staten Island.

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5 Thoughts to “Jimmy Loses It with Robert Irwin on a Hot Mic Before Animals Segment”

  1. Cassie Lynn

    Applause for Robert! Lol he’s awesome!💕

  2. iesha Robinson

    This was some good stuff, just imagine though if he was like this lol.

  3. Dr Fungus

    He said popping boners all the time..

  4. Kartiah Vergara

    don’t trust him, australia doesnt actually exist they’re all actors to convince you that it does

  5. CoolxFrigginxBeans04

    I miss Tina and Jimmy on SNL. Actually the whole cast from ’98 to ’02

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