Some of the early stand-up you did back in Belfast was quite close to the bone. I didn't think that any of that stuff was particularly daring because we were living through it.
I think most of the people who were actually at the gigs thought it was quite entertaining.
Since then the 40-year-old star has gone on to see huge success in America as the host of hit show Speaking about her happy marriage to Irish comic Patrick, Cat revealed how she fell for her husband: “He was very clear this was what he wanted, and that was what got me.
At 44 years of age, the Co Down comedian and television presenter is happier now than he's ever been.
He tells me this without the slightest hint of smugness - if anything, Kielty still can't believe how fortunate he's been over the last few years and is half expecting the bubble to burst anytime soon.
It's quite hilarious to see Los Angeles people discuss the rain. But the worst thing you can possibly do in LA is ask “How are you doing? People over here have “issues” you pay a therapist to discuss. When you see how the world has then changed, that accent is the least of people's worries. There are two things that are funny about being Irish in America.
I'm in Los Angeles, and we had a day of rain and everybody seemed to completely lose themselves. ” they have the stock phrase “Oh, I'm not too bad”. Over here they've got that veneer where everybody appears to be happy. What's quite nice over here when I go out with my missus is that all eyes are on her [Cat Deely presents US TV show So You Think You Can Dance] so I can be a social spy and sit back and observe. In England, the Northern Irish accent used to be something that people very much didn't want to hear.