Jack Whitehall looked dashing on Wednesday as he landed in Italy for a Prime Video production.
The comedian, 33, put on a stylish display in a navy polo shirt and white trousers, while wearing brown trainers as he strolled through San Gimignano during filming.
He looked effortlessly cool in a pair of black sunglasses as he kept a low profile on set.
Look good: Jack Whitehall looked dashing in a navy polo shirt and sunglasses on Friday as he landed in Italy for a Prime Video production
Earlier today, Jack wore a gray Nike top and black shorts, paired with a cap and trainers as he jogged through the medieval town.
And the actor made the most of his trip by sharing a photo of himself sightseeing with his 2.8 million Instagram followers.
Alongside the message, he wrote: “In Florence, visiting my glutespiration. #BigDave #BunsOfSteel
Filming: The comedian, 33, put on a stylish display in white pants and brown trainers as he strolled through San Gimignano during filming
Sporty: Earlier today, Jack wore a gray Nike top and black shorts, paired with a cap and trainers as he jogged through the medieval town
Jack recently said comedians need to be careful who they are aiming at with their jokes after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain, he said awards show hosts would ‘check their jokes in the future’ and said he himself had once been caught in a headache by a disgruntled fan while he was on stage.
The Oscar swap between Smith and Rock came after Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, saying, “Jada, I love you, GI Jane 2, can’t wait to see it “, in reference to the 1997 film which featured Demi Moore with a shaved head. (Pinkett Smith, 50, has alopecia, which causes hair loss.)
Tourist: The actor made the most of his trip as he shared a photo of himself sightseeing with his 2.8 million Instagram followers
Smith then came on stage and punched Rock, then went back to his seat and yelled at him twice, “Keep my wife’s name out of your fucking mouth!” in front of a dumbfounded audience.
Jack, who has already hosted the BRIT Awards four years in a row, joked: “I always thought I pushed it far enough on the BRITs, but maybe I didn’t push it far enough.
“I never got to crack Olly Murs and get on stage and slap myself, I feel like it was a missed opportunity.”
He added, “I think the hosts in the future are definitely going to check themselves every time they write a joke for their monologues.”
He also explained that comedians very rarely get help because people always assume that when things go wrong, it’s part of the act.
He said: “The only time someone came on stage with me was pretty scary. I was doing a Christmas show in Bournemouth, there was a big party that was heckling me so I picked a guy and he came on stage and gave me a headache.
“The problem with that and you kind of saw it happen, but most people think it’s part of the show and they don’t do anything.”
Infamous: Smith and Rock’s Oscar swap happened after Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head
“I felt quite vulnerable but everyone in the room was laughing because they thought it was a bit, even the bouncers because they thought it was staged so they wouldn’t have come to my help.
“And that’s the problem with comedians is that when things go wrong on stage, you always kind of take on their part because nobody takes comedians seriously. I guess that’s why when the slap happened, a lot of people thought it was a set-up.
He also advised hosts to choose the target of their jokes carefully, saying, “My advice, too, is to be careful who you choose.”
He joked: “If I’m ever in a play I always throw Piers Morgan under the bus over and over again because I know he’s a very safe target because he would never get on stage fast enough to slap me. I could run away.
Suspicious: Jack said comedians need to be careful who they target with their jokes after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars