When comedian Matt Bellamy gets the chance to be an atheist

Matt Bellamies ‘God’s Comedy’ video, which has been viewed more than one million times on YouTube, has gone viral and was featured on the Today Show and ABC’s This Week.

The clip was shot in the US, and was part of the comedy troupe’s global tour of Australia last year.

In the video, the comedian talks about the importance of God in his life.

“I had this dream last night that I was going to be a priest, and I said, ‘You know what?

That’s cool.

I can do that.

I know that’s cool.'”

He talks about being in an all-male choir and singing a religious song to a group of girls.

“I sing it because it’s not just about Jesus but it’s also about the fact that it’s a Christian church and I can sing a Christian hymn to my congregation.””

But as the show wraps up, he admits the experience is hard.””

I sing it because it’s not just about Jesus but it’s also about the fact that it’s a Christian church and I can sing a Christian hymn to my congregation.”

But as the show wraps up, he admits the experience is hard.

“There are moments when I just have to shake it off and I say, ‘I’m not here for God.

I’m here for my own happiness,'” he said.

Matt Bellamy and his wife, Jennifer, celebrate their marriage in a video posted to YouTube in December 2017.

The show also featured an interview with former US President Barack Obama, who was the guest of honour.

“Matt Bellamys new book ‘The Divine Comedy: The Comedy of Matt Bellams Journey into the Unseen God’ is out on September 17,” the show said.

The comedian also discussed his relationship with comedian Kathy Griffin and the death of his friend Jon Stewart.

“In a lot of ways, it’s about me being able to go out there and tell jokes,” he said about his relationship and his relationship to the comedy world.

“My relationship with the world, my relationship with my friends, my family, my fans, is the best in the world.

But the funny thing is that sometimes when you’re at the height of your fame, when you’ve got all these fans, they can make you do stuff that you’re not capable of doing.”

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