Hot on the Mic

Hot on the Mic

Clubhouse's premiere venue for stand up comedy shows, roasts and alcoholism (just kidding?)
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Evening, just before bed. Jump on Clubhouse. Decide to try my luck with "7th Layer of Hell", a comedy gameshow room. I love good standup, but my Clubhouse time has been more NFT than lol so far. That changed last night.

Alone in a dark apartment, I couldn't stop laughing. Full-blown, funniest-person-you-know, laugh-out-loud type laughter. This is rare. Hilarious YouTube clips rarely draw more than a chuckle when I'm watching alone. Not last night.


Like many comics earlier this year, Leah Lamarr had a problem: The stand-up comedy world was on life support, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic closing down clubs and keeping performers off stage. This was bad news not only for comedians, who depend on the art form to make a living, but also for comedy-lovers who have been unable to get their fix live for nearly a year. “I’m a comic, I love to perform,” Lamarr recently told TheWrap. “And people need comedy as a relief.”

Comedian Leah Lamarr hosted a standup comedy show on Clubhouse in mid-January with a number of comedians that drew an audience of 1,300 people.

“It’s been very hard to make money for comics this year,” she said in a Clubhouse discussion last week involving a couple of dozen prominent moderators. “People have had to transition online. (The comedy night is) a pretty good way to do a living. I don’t have to do hair and makeup and travel? I’m in. I don’t have to have people coughing on me? I’m in.”

Leah Lamarr Is the Queen of Clubhouse Comedy

Although comics are boisterous by nature, you’re unlikely to hear Lamarr crown herself as comedy royalty. Instead, I’m giving her the crown, because I’ve been online long enough to recognize someone on their grind when I see it.

Lamarr has an unmatched work ethic, and she’s dedicated to the Clubhouse platform. Her passion comes through clearly to the ears of anyone.

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Past guests
Maz Jobrani
Bald and Beautiful
Tim Dillon
Stand-up comic
Chris Redd
Reggie Watts
Comedian, actor, beatboxer and musician
Georgia Hardstark
My Favorite Murder podcast
Henry Zebrowski
Last Podcast On The Left
Jessica Kirson
Host of Disgusting Hawk Podcast
Esther Povitsky
Stand-Up Comic
Daphnique Springs
Stand-Up Comic
Margaret Cho
Stand-Up Comic
Corinne Fisher
Krystyna Hutchinson
Stand-Up Comic
Chad Goes Deep
Chad Goes Deep
Ben Gleib
Host of SDSC, Idiotest
Shahak Shapira
Marlena Rodriguez
TV writer
Fahim Anwar
Stand-Up Comic
Daniel Franzese
Neel Nanda
Stand-Up Comic
Rosebud Baker
Stand-Up Comic, Vape Queen
Joseph Yomtoubian
Creator of TheTinderBlog
Nicole Aimée Schreiber
Stand-up comic
Elon Musk of comedy
Fizaa Dosani
Jackie Fabulous
Alex Edelman
Comedian. TV writer.
Danish Maqbool
The Dmaq Hour
Paul Elia
Actor | Comedian | Creator
Omid Singh
Alan Starzinski
Taller than @robertdowneyjr
Scott Rogowsky
Quiz Daddy Emeritus
Kiran Deol
Comedian / filmmaker / actor
Nicole Behnam
Co-founder at Beyond the Interview
Ron G
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About the host
Leah Lamarr
Leah Lamarr is an accomplished Comic + Actress + Host, Producer & professional microwaver (and probably outside your window right now) that’s been featured on HBO, E!, CBS, Comedy Central, Amazon and credited with bringing Comedy to Clubhouse. Her mission is providing laughter to your lives through diverse, inclusive, and funny AF shows the whole world can enjoy.
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