Drew Carey Says He Would 'Stick My D--- in a Blender' to See Another Phish Concert at Las Vegas Sphere

Phish performed four sold-out shows at Sphere in Las Vegas this month, and the band will release its next album in July

<p>Slaven Vlasic/Getty; Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty</p> Drew Carey; Phish at the Sphere

Slaven Vlasic/Getty; Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty

Drew Carey; Phish at the Sphere

Seeing Phish perform at Sphere in Las Vegas was life-changing for Drew Carey.

The 65-year-old comedian attended one of Phish's four sold-out concerts at the technologically-advanced Sin City venue from April 18-21, taking to X (formerly Twitter) afterward to share some explicit thoughts about just how badly he'd like to see the show again.

"I swear I just talked to God," wrote Carey on Monday, April 22 alongside a video of Phish's intricate visuals displayed on the massive screens of Sphere. "I would give you all my money, stick my d--- in a blender and swear off p---y for the rest of my life in exchange for this. Bro I met God tonight for real. I feel like I just got saved by Jesus no lie."

Related: Phish Announce 2024 Residency at Las Vegas Sphere: 'Thrilled to Present This Completely Unique Experience'

<p>Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty</p> Phish

Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty


A fellow attendee replied to the Price Is Right host, saying the show left him feeling "melted." Carey then responded with even more NSFW thoughts — comparing the act of watching Phish's live show to "what it must feel like" to experience sex with female genitalia.

"Because if it’s even close I’m [flying] to wherever tomorrow and getting the best p---y money can buy. I don’t need to be a man no more of it means I can feel like this all the time," wrote the TV star. "F---ing keep it bro if I can get this feeling instead."

"That was God at work or something," added Carey of the performance. "Like it felt like I was being saved by Jesus no lie."

Related: Drew Carey Gets Candid About Taking Care of His Mental Health, Says Therapy, Close Friends Help (Exclusive)

<p>Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty</p> Phish

Rich Fury/Sphere Entertainment/Getty


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Over the four shows at Sphere, Phish performed 68 different songs in unique setlists the jam band has become known for throughout its decades-long career. The group, comprised of lead vocalist and guitarist Trey Anastasio, bassist Mike Gordon, drummer Jon Fishman and keyboardist Page McConnell, is currently gearing up to release its 16th studio album, Evolve, on July 12.

Phish's Sphere residency was announced in November 2023, with Anastasio telling fans in a statement at the time, "From the moment we first heard about Sphere and its potential, we’ve been dreaming up ways to bring our show to this breathtaking canvas. We’re thrilled to present this completely unique experience to Phish fans."

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