‘Extra’: Billy Bush’s lewd Kendall Jenner joke a part of ‘inventive course of’

Billy Bush is in scorching water for crude jokes as soon as once more, years after his notorious “Access Hollywood” dialog with former President Trump leaked in 2016.

This time, the controversial tv host reportedly made a sexual remark about “Kardashians” star Kendall Jenner and her 2022 Halloween costume throughout a taping of “Extra” in October. On Friday, the Every day Beast printed unauthorized audio of Bush, 51, talking inappropriately in regards to the mannequin, 27, who dressed up as “Toy Story 2” cowgirl Jessie.

“Kendall goes as Jessie and, believe me, there were a lot of woodies,” Bush reportedly stated, including a sexual spin to Tom Hanks’ “Toy Story” character, Woody. His joke was reportedly met with laughter from a number of “Extra” staffers.

In a press release shared with The Instances on Friday, a consultant for “Extra” producer Telepictures stated the host’s remark was simply part of the manufacturing course of.

“As with many forms of production in the entertainment industry, the show’s creative process allows the flexibility to try different jokes and banter,” the assertion stated. “In the end, some material lands on the cutting room floor, including remarks that may be too edgy to air on broadcast television.”

Representatives for Bush and Jenner didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark when contacted by The Instances on Friday.

Clearly, Bush hasn’t had a lot luck with scorching mics. In 2016, the “Access Hollywood” veteran got here beneath fireplace when a 2005 dialog with Trump surfaced. Within the recorded audio, leaked forward of Trump’s election, the previous president and Bush spoke about feminine genitalia and benefiting from girls.

“When you’re a star,” Trump instructed Bush, “they let you do it. You can do anything.”

“Whatever you want,” says Bush.

“Grab ’em by the p—,” Trump continued.

Bush was subsequently suspended from the “Today” present and NBC Information. In October 2016, he apologized for his dialog with Trump.

“Obviously I’m embarrassed and ashamed,” he stated in a press release. “It’s no excuse, but this happened eleven years ago — I was younger, less mature, and acted foolishly in playing along. I’m very sorry.”