Drew Bledsoe’s Zinging Brady Jest: Wife’s Behind-the-Scenes Assist

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Bledsoe’s Bold Joke at Brady’s Roast, Inspired by His Wife

Former NFL star quarterback Drew Bledsoe took center stage at Tom Brady’s lavish Netflix roast, where he delivered a string of hilarious remarks that had the audience in stitches. However, one joke in particular stole the show and sparked a heated debate.

“Buddy, You Got Used to Not Being Touched…”

“Obviously, buddy, you got really used to not being touched — just like the end of the marriage,” Bledsoe said, referring to Brady’s recent divorce from supermodel Gisele Bündchen.

The crowd erupted in a mix of laughter and gasps, as many were not prepared for Bledsoe’s sharp wit. However, the joke didn’t come without its consequences. According to Bledsoe, his wife played a crucial role in the creation of the controversial punchline.

Credit Where Credit Is Due

In an interview on the “Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,” Bledsoe revealed that the Bündchen joke was not his original idea.

“My wife, one of the funniest humans I know, she helped out,” Bledsoe confessed. “And I’m gonna get in really, really big trouble for this, but I’m willing to wear it. The Giselle joke, that actually came from my wife. Don’t tell her I told you.”

Bledsoe explained that he had initially written a much more “wicked” joke, but his wife stepped in and vetoed it, suggesting the “softer” version that made it to the stage.

Bündchen’s Reaction and the Impact

Meanwhile, sources close to Bündchen suggest that she was not amused by the jokes directed at her during the roast.

People magazine reported that she was left “deeply disappointed,” and that the barbs had “affected” their two children.

Bündchen and Brady divorced in 2022 after a 13-year marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The couple share two young children, Benjamin and Vivian.

Despite the ongoing controversy, Bledsoe has remained unapologetic about his joke, claiming that he was simply following the spirit of the roast’s “no holds barred” format. However, it remains to be seen whether his humor will come at a personal cost, as Bündchen’s reaction and her children’s well-being hang in the balance.

Data sourced from: foxnews.com