“I’d like people to really see a lot of my body for the first time,” he said. “What’s interesting is that the world has changed so much since when I first got into television; you have to be increasingly fearless. So, I want people to see parts of my body that no one should see."
“At my show I have a chicken-wire barrier that separates me from the angry audience so that they can’t physically get to me to kill me when I’m doing the string dance,” he said. “But I think if I started doing the string dance in front of that MTV crowd, there would be a riot. I’ve been asked by security not to, in fact. They said, ‘We cannot guarantee your safety at the Nokia Theatre when it’s filled with teenagers and movie executives.’ ”