Kevin Hart Looks Up at His Towering Security Guards During a Stroll in Perth

As Kevin Hart arrived in Perth for his comedy show, he was surrounded by towering security guards who made him look even smaller than his 157cm height. The comedian, known for his humor, was dressed in a laid-back all-black ensemble, sporting a hoodie, track pants, and a Nike cap worn backwards. Despite his small stature, Hart confidently strolled alongside the Swan River and Elizabeth Quay, cracking jokes with his security team who couldn’t help but laugh along.

Kevin Hart was dwarfed by his security guards as he touched down in Perth on Wednesday ahead of his gig in the Western Australian city

Kevin Hart arrived in Perth on Wednesday for his upcoming show in the Western Australian city, surrounded by his towering security guards who made him look small in comparison.

The 157cm tall comedian, 43, opted for a casual all black outfit pairing a hoody with tracksuit bottoms and a backwards Nike cap

The 43-year-old comedian, standing at 157cm, chose a laid-back look by wearing an all-black outfit. He rocked a hoodie with matching tracksuit bottoms and sported a backwards Nike cap for a cool and casual style.

The popular American celebrity had his first Australian appearance in 2016 with the What Now tour.
Now, he’s back with even more than just his stand-up routine in the Reality Check tour, delighting his audience Down Under.
With a massive 169 million followers on Instagram, it’s no surprise that his Australian shows sold out in a flash.
Due to overwhelming demand, an extra show was added in Sydney to accommodate all his fans.
Following that, he made his way to Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre, Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, and Perth’s RAC Arena to perform.
Kevin’s visit to Australia coincides with the exciting announcement of his new E! show, Celebrity Host Wars, where he joins forces with Nick Cannon.
To promote the series, the dynamic duo pulled a prank on the public with a faux trailer for a show called Who’s Having My Baby?
Despite the initial confusion, it was all just a teaser for their upcoming series, Celebrity Prank Wars, set to premiere on April 6th.

The American star made his debut Down Under with his What Now tour in 2016. He is now back with his Reality Check tour where the crowd can expect more than just his stand-up comedy

The popular American entertainer first graced Australia with his presence during his What Now tour in 2016. Now, he’s returning with his exciting Reality Check tour, promising audiences more than just his usual stand-up comedy routine.

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