The 84-year-old entertainer has brought his live show to the Royal Albert Hall and the Hop Farm Festival in recent months.
Speaking about bringing his shows to new audiences, he told Daybreak that he finds it more fun than presenting Strictly Come Dancing, as live television is stuck to a set time-frame.
"I love doing my one-man show more than anything. On Strictly, I'm a presenter and it's so well-timed, but it is a presenter job.
"But at the Royal Albert Hall or at festivals I'm doing the same old stuff and I'm getting back screams [from the audience]. It works."
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He also spoke about his pride upon receiving his knighthood from the Queen, but said that most comedians from his era did not get recognised.
"The support I got, from the House of Commons and on the internet was lovely. [People said it was wrong I had not received a knighthood], but neither did Morecambe and Wise, or Tommy Cooper.
"It seems the comedy field and the entertainment field are never recognised in the same way [as others]".
Forsyth also revealed his daily exercise regime in order to stay fit, saying: "I'm very regimented, I get up and do my exercises at 6am.
"I don't eat too much, I try to eat wisely. I drink plenty of water and eat fruit, all the things that they tell you to do but nobody does."
Bruce Forsyth recently reignited his feud with Louis Walsh during his warm-up act at Strictly Come Dancing's launch.
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