Texas singer Sharleen Spiteri roasts audience with savage jokes during wild Sydney show

Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri has certainly made her mark on Australia after she roasted the audience during her rock band’s much-anticipated  Sydney concert on Thursday night.

The Scottish singer, 55, didn’t hold back as she made savage jokes at the audience’s expense when she took to the stage at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre.

She is said to have made a string of digs at the crowd during the gig, from criticising a man for putting his drink on the stage to complaining about the Australian weather.

While sending the audience wild with Texas’ hits, Sharleen lambasted the crowd for wearing sunglasses indoors and asking her for selfies, according to News.com.au.

Sharleen reportedly criticised a man in the front row for placing his drink on the stage as she said: ‘What am I standing on right now – would we call this a stage? OK, because I thought I was dancing on a bar.’

Texas’ Sharleen Spiteri made an impression when she hilariously roasted the audience during her much-anticipated Sydney concert on Thursday night (pictured at Glastonbury in June) 

She is said to have jokingly told him to move his drink, before saying she was tempted to kick it into his face and criticised him for his concert etiquette.

A woman is also said to have asked her for a selfie between songs, prompting another outburst: ‘F**king hell. Do I not have better things to do right now than take a photo with you?’

Despite her blunt response, Sharleen then posed for an array of selfies with the eager fan, before continuing with her set list.

However, she was reported to have then told a fan to ‘f**king leave it’ as they tried to take a peek at the set list lying on the stage floor.

Among her list of digs, it was also claimed Sharleen roasted one fan for wearing sunglasses inside during the nighttime event.

She also shared her exasperation at the humid Sydney weather and she said: ‘F**k. My. T*ts,’ and reportedly told any fans who didn’t recognise the closing track – Elvis’ Suspicious Minds – to ‘go home’.

Sharleen is well-known for her sense of humour and previously revealed the ‘worst thing’ she has ever done as she shared how she got her own back on a rude customer.

In August, she told how she got her revenge on a woman who was ‘horrible’ to staff and made an assistant ‘cry’ at a Glasgow salon, where she previously worked.

The singer, 55, (pictured in June) reportedly made savage jokes at Sydney's Enmore Theatre, from criticising a man for putting his drink on the stage to complaining about the weather

The singer, 55, (pictured in June) reportedly made savage jokes at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre, from criticising a man for putting his drink on the stage to complaining about the weather

Speaking to Martin Compston and Gordon Smart on the Restless Natives podcast, Sharleen told how she served spat out food to the unpleasant customer.

She explained how the woman would always demand that a member of staff fetched her a tuna roll from a nearby sandwich shop, leading to Sharleen’s revenge plot.

Describing it as the worst thing she has ever done, Sharleen told how she once chewed the tuna and spat it back out into the roll before serving it to the woman.

She recalled: ‘I know the worst thing I have ever done. When I was a hairdresser there was this woman that used to come in on a Saturday morning as soon as the doors opened.

‘She must have been about late fifties or early sixties and she was a pain in the a**e. She was horrible to everybody.

‘This new junior had just started and she made her cry so I said ‘Listen, let me show a trick that will make you feel better.’

‘The woman would always send somebody across the road to get her a tuna roll. 

Sharleen is well-known for her humour and previously revealed the 'worst thing' she has ever done as she shared how she got her own back on a rude customer when she worked at a salon

Sharleen is well-known for her humour and previously revealed the ‘worst thing’ she has ever done as she shared how she got her own back on a rude customer when she worked at a salon 

Before soaring to fame in rock band Texas, Sharleen (pictured in 1999) worked at the Irvine Rusk salon in Glasgow

Before soaring to fame in rock band Texas, Sharleen (pictured in 1999) worked at the Irvine Rusk salon in Glasgow

‘So when the girl brought the roll back I put a big bit of tuna in my mouth, chewed it and spat it right back into the roll.

‘I cut it for her, took it back up the stairs and watched her eat it. So never, ever be mean to anybody, she made this young girl cry.’

‘My name’s not Spiteri for nothing,’ she quipped.

Before soaring to fame in rock band Texas, Sharleen worked at the Irvine Rusk salon in Glasgow.

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