At 10 PM, another episode of Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle Season 3 will air, featuring two homegrown Belly Room legends, Kim Congdon and Olivia Grace, so be sure to check that out. Immediately following we are back in the underground verbal boxing arena ready to give a live show that is sure to blow you away.

Tonight’s judges will include the charming, handsome and always funny Cort McCown who often graces us with his presence in the VIP section. Another regular judge and fan of the show, Brody Stevens joins the firing squad with his always unique perspectives and high energy bursts of nonsense we’ve come to know and love. We’ve also got perennial favorite judge and another beacon of positivity, Jeff Dye, a Last Comic Standing finalist who’s appeared all over your TV screens since then. Lastly, actor and comedian Jon Huck will sit in as a judge, known best for his roles on Angel from Hell on CBS and Superstore on NBC.

As with many nights here at Roast Battle, we kick off the evening with two brand new victims of verbal decimation, Sam Brilhart and Isabel Herrman.

Sam and Isabel are two fresh-faced roast battle virgins. I don’t know much about them so we could be in for a pleasant surprise or a complete disaster. Sam apparently has a podcast where he prank calls people as a warlock and that probably sums him up as a person.

In our next undercard, also featuring a new face, Ashley Baca battles Darius Bennett.

Ashley Baca made her first appearance a few months back against Lou Vahram in which she earned the audience vote for a win. Darius, however, has not yet entered the ring and is a complete wildcard. Can he verbally outwit Lou’s victor, or will he crash and burn? We’ll find out.

Sure to bring the energy to new highs, Stephanie Tejada will then take on Ezekial Echevarría.

Bad Girls Club’s own Stephanie Tejada made an explosive debut against Jasmin Leigh months back. While still new to the roasting arena, Tejada has a sharp tongue and a big personality that plays well in the Belly Room. Her first time on the roast battle stage, she was comfortable and already slinging insults at the judges and the Saudi Prince that slaughtered the room. If she comes back with the same confidence and fiery performance, the crowd is in for a treat. Ezekiel is a more subdued presence but has had much more experience battling and has proven himself both in the former Temecula Roast Wars (RIP) and the Belly Room alike.

Next, two friends on fire, Malcolm Hatchett and Audrey Stewart round out these undercards.

Hatchett and Stewart are both killer stand ups that have a lot of heat following them. Malcolm has battled a few times and his energy and likability always make for a fun battle. This should be no different as he’s battling his good friend. Audrey has never battled before but she’s funny and quirky and sure to be a crowd pleaser. The talent level mixed with the chemistry between these two should make for an instant crowd pleaser.

Our main event is a bicoastal brawl featuring our favorite bisexual, Keith Carey versus New York’s Joel Walkowski.

Keith Carey returns to the ring after the release of his digital battle on Comedy Central where he and his roommate and future lover, Connor McSpadden battled nude in front of like, a bunch of people like the shameless savages they are. Keith never disappoints in the Belly Room and coming off the Comedy Central high, he’s gonna be ready to have some fun and get down and dirty in the Belly. His opponent, Joel Walkowski, is a top competitor in New York so this is sure to be a BANANAS bicoastal battle.

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