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He previously faced a barrage of online abuse when he announced he would stage the event, which launches the campaign's new 'Please Don't Go' slogan.
But he said nothing could "be worse" than the comments he has received over the clothes he wears.
He said: "You've got to realise that I am transvestite so I've already had a lot of negative things said to me over the years in the street, so nothing in politics can happen which is worse than that."Mr Izzard, whose nails were painted with the British and European flags, said he thinks the Scottish Parliament should have as many powers as Scots want.
Mr Izzard said: "It wasn't me, an Englishman, saying look there's a Scotsman."It was just that we are British, and he was winning, and it was us, and I think that is beautiful."If you look back at the history of what used to happen between the Scots and the English, the war and the blood and the death, I think it is beautiful that we have got to this position of being together."Mr Izzard said he will be expecting some hecklers at the Better Together fundraiser at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre tonight.
He will be joined on stage by local comedian Andy Todd, author of the satirical book Fat Minister's Question Time.