Curtis Pritchard launches attack on Maura Higgins during 'comedy routine'

Dusty Baxter-Wright
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Photo credit: Instagram/Curtis Pritchard
Photo credit: Instagram/Curtis Pritchard

From Cosmopolitan

Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins from Love Island have proved time and time again that they're less than friendly exes. After she hinted he was a "f***boy" and suggested he wasn't faithful, he has now launched a fairly savage attack on her during a comedy routine.

In quotes obtained by The Sun, they allege that Curtis, 25, takes aim at Maura, 30, as part of a new Channel 4 comedy show called Stand Up And Deliver.

In the stand-up routine, which aims to raise money for charity, the report suggests Curtis compares his time in the Casa Amor villa to working in a kennell.

"Looking back now it reminds me of Love Island because when the dogs are in season they go crazy, there was bitches running around left, right and centre," he says. "They were trying to ride each other non-stop, it was wild... [like] dogs marking their territory."

He also apparently jokes that the women on the show are like second hand cars, adding: "You’ve got all these different shapes and sizes in front of you, take it for a spin, take it for a test drive and if you don’t like it, you send it back."

In another quip, Curtis apparently says he likes to drink a smooth whisky, because it’s "trusting, the flavour will never cheat on you…unlike my ex girlfriend."

Watch: Celebs Go Dating's Curtis Pritchard cried over Maura Higgins split

Speaking about his comedy routine, Curtis explained (via The Sun), "Love Island is in there, absolutely. There was lots of comedy elements in that. Comedy’s meant to be edgy, pushing the boundaries and at the end of the day, it’s meant to be just good fun and enjoyment for everyone that’s going to listen. That’s the answer I’ll give for that."

No doubt Maura will have something to say about this.

Cosmopolitan UK have reached out to reps for Curtis for comment.

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