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WOULD you like a bunch of co­me­di­ans sitting around mak­ing fun of your wed­ding? That’s what The Chaser team is set to do with its ‘‘ al­ter­na­tive’’ live com­men­tary of the Royal Wed­ding for ABC2.

They re­turned to TV last year to take aim at Ju­lia Gil­lard and Tony Ab­bott with Yes We Can­berra! Now they have Prince Wil­liam and Kate Mid­dle­ton in their sights.

‘‘ The Chaser couldn’t be more thrilled to be cov­er­ing the big day. And who knows, if it goes well hope­fully they ask us back next year to cover the di­vorce,’’ Ju­lian Mor­row says in a taste of what’s to come. Let’s face it, The Chaser’s Royal Wed­ding Com­men­tary couldn’t be worse than Balls of Steel. What was Craig Reu­cas­sel think­ing when he agreed to that? The Aussie ver­sion of the UK prank show is an ab­so­lute shocker. That show should elim­i­nate Reu­cas­sel from send­ing up any­one else for the rest of his life.

Come to think of it, fel­low Chaser Andrew Hansen should be banned for life as well af­ter fronting Strictly Speak­ing last year.

He filmed 13 episodes of the ABC speech-mak­ing se­ries but only five episodes

Chaser tar­get: Prince Wil­liam

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