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My Catastrophe I’m a Celebrity redeemed only by naughty bits

FRANKIE wasn’t going to Hollywood then.

She takes the A55, turns left onto the North Wales Highway to Gwrych Castle, and sits there, freezing what’s hers, until Storm Arwen arrives and she has to be evacuated to her Covid bubble.

I gave up this run in August, when ITV announced that they would not be returning to Australia

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I gave up this run in August, when ITV announced that they would not be returning to AustraliaCredit: Rex

There she waited and waited and waited while perhaps contemplating a reunion tour on Saturdays and her role in one of the biggest television disasters of the year.

Line 21 of I am a famous person. . . Let me out of here! (The Crystal Maze year). A show that I’ve grown old and grumbled about is waiting for it to come to life like it was in Noughties, when they used to fill it with titular killers like David Van Day, Janice Dickinson, Darren Day, Rhona Cameron, Nigel Benn and John Lydon.

However, I gave up this run in August, when ITV announced that they would not be returning to Australia.

Just the flip side of the creepy

Of course, at that point, the network told its bookkeepers to get lost and ruin the show until they could give Ant & Dec the context in which his performance they really deserve it.

They didn’t, however, and to be fair to ITV, without the encouragement of a free week at the Versace hotel in Surfers Paradise, they still managed to come up with a few recognizable and relevant bookings. with the image of Richard Madeley, who lasted all five days, football player David Ginola, soap veterans Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson, and Arlene Phillips, who really struggled to adjust to his new sleeping arrangement. What would you be like if you had spent the previous 78 years hanging upside down in a cave.

There are many common flotsam, like Frankie’s Bridge, Emmerdale’s Danny Miller, Louise Minchin, who arrived with her 21st birthday present (a “1970”) jumpsuit, partner of Tom Daley, who is so anonymous I actually forgot his name and a self-made character call me Naughty boy, who was last spotted volunteering to produce Gemma Collins’ single on Diva Forever.

So he’s clearly prepared to do ANYTHING to get on TV.

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However, to my great surprise, Naughty was the closest thing this storm had to real success. Since he not only has a flexible relationship with the truth (he’s 40, not “36”), Naughty is also just the flip side of the creepy and has the nasty habit of threatening to quit the show and throw stuff. Play her out of the stroller whenever things don’t go her way.

In the right context, and with equally flammable companions, he could have become a true I’m A Celeb legend, but, only at that point, did the little girl self-pity. the matter evaporated, Storm Arwen came and blew them all away. If I were in charge of ITV, I think I’d take the hint, call it a pause, and invite Richard and Naughty Boy back to Oz as soon as possible.

That may infuriate advertisers, but it won’t be as self-destructive as the decision to show two nights in a row the feature film I’m a Celebrity, which just reminds people how important it is. of the beautiful jungle setting to the show’s success.

It also became clear, when viewing these collections, that ITV was too stupid or self-interested to make the most of this show, because we saw a lot of networkers, like Stacey Solomon and Anne Hegerty , but there’s no one in the series or the other really important characters like Lydon and David Gest.

They once filled I'm A Celeb with genuine sociologists like David Van Day, Janice Dickinson, Darren Day, Rhona Cameron, Nigel Benn, and John Lydon

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They once filled I’m A Celeb with genuine sociologists like David Van Day, Janice Dickinson, Darren Day, Rhona Cameron, Nigel Benn, and John LydonCredit: Granada Television

Of course, it’s not entirely ITV’s fault that the show often disappoints. It came to a fork in 2010, when the public voted on the final choice of Solomon or Shaun Ryder to win. And they chose badly. So now she orders them to “Put Your Life Out,” every Thursday and always has at least one passenger on I’m a Celebrity who looks like they’re auditioning for Loose. Women.

Thanks almost entirely to the hosts, whose link is better than any activity, I’ll probably never give up I’m a Celebrity or the possibility that it will one day back as before.

But I feel exactly the same about this current series as I did about Dannii Minogue on The X Factor in 2010.

It returns to Australia as soon as possible.

Best Ed for TV Exit

However, like all middle-class Labor giants, Ed Balls is desperately hoping to find a son with the shrewd hand of hard work, somewhere on the East Anglian family ladder. his, who canceled his private school.

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However, like all middle-class Labor giants, Ed Balls is desperately hoping to find a son with the shrewd hand of hard work, somewhere on the East Anglian family ladder. his, who canceled his private school.Credit: BBC

At the end Who do you think you are? of the series, BBC1 sent the former politician and diehard Norwich City fan Ed Balls looking for ancestors in Norfolk.

Not quite a needle in a haystack mission, in that part of the world.

However, like all middle-class Labor grandmothers, Ed is desperately hoping to find a horny tough son, somewhere on his East Anglian family ladder, who has cancel private school and all the other wonderful advantages of capitalist life. bestowed upon him.

However, instead. . .

The production team only unearthed fragments of horns and a hand in the shape of three-time great-grandfather William Dunbar, assistant surgeon on HMS Victory, long after Nelson was killed. Dunbar later became a sex offender at his local work home, in Kent, where he was “inappropriately liberal” with the governor’s 16-year-old daughter.

In a subsequent investigation, we learned, William confessed to “kissing her a few times and pulling her back”, but staunchly denied that he had “revealed himself to her”. .

Everything was fine, but the news still made Ed pale and restless.

In fact, it took him a few seconds to recover the sensitivity and power of his words as he struggled to find the right words to summarize this heinous event, before he finally “It’s a roller coaster,” exclaims.

No, Ed, it’s the story of the rooster and the ball.

Random TV stimulation

ITV’S I’m A Celeb filler reminds us that Matthew Wright is an 11-year-old boy trapped inside the body of a 56-year-old man.

Overwhelming desperation to be famous Own Wyn Evans, the Welsh weather drummer.

BBC1’s Which doctor? reaches the incomprehensible stage of “not suitable for broadcasting”.

TV presenters insist “We’re not talking about mental health,” even though they hardly talk about anything else these days.

And the uncomfortable feeling I get, whenever he’s on TV, BBC1 reporter Amol Rajan trying to sell me something.

Mostly himself.


In the final episode of Miriam And Alan: Lost In Scotland, Channel 4's multi-millionaire luvvie travel buffs boldly declared: 'We hate golfing'

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In the final episode of Miriam And Alan: Lost In Scotland, Channel 4’s multi-millionaire luvvie travel buffs boldly declared: ‘We hate golfing’Credit: Blink Movie

ON the last episode ofMiriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland, Channel 4’s multi-millionaire luvvie traveller boldly declared: “We hate golf”.

Obviously a “shrewd” position, but why is there so much venom?

Well, says Alan Cumming of New York: “I have a lot of problems with golf, in terms of class, economy and things like that.”

Oddly enough, golf contributes more than half a billion pounds annually to the Scottish economy and keeps 12,380 people employed.

While Miriam Margolyes claims it’s because of you: “Boobs get in the way.”

It’s even worse, as Colin Montgomerie topped the European Commendation List for seven years running.

After all the torment and suffering of the past two years, don’t you think it would be nice to see BBC2’s Giles Coren stay at Amazing Hotels again?

No, I think not.


Unexpected fools in the bagging field

TIPPING Point, Ben Shephard: “In 2017, the TV series The Marvelous Mrs Maisel was released on which UK direct-retailer streaming service?”

Eileen: “Greggs.”

Mastermind, Clive Myrie: “Which 19th-century British prime minister was nicknamed Dizzy?”

Kathryn: “Gillespie was stunned.”

NSvi Shephard: “What sport is the classic arcade game of the 1980s Pole Position based on?”

Jody: “Tennis.”

Great Sports Insights

PAUL MESON: “I guarantee Conte will bring out the best in these players. And if he doesn’t, they disappear. “

Wilfried Zaha: “I’ve found things easier when they’re simplified.” Chris Sutton: “It’s the Jurgen Klopp derby. The real Klopp compared to Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Jurgen Klopp. ”

(Composited by Graham Wray)


SHOCK admission of the week. I’m A Celeb, Frankie Bridge: “Never thought I would see Adam Woodyatt face to face in a bowl full of testicles.”

Then my dear friend, haven’t watched EastEnders lately.


Gold TV

PADDY and Christine McGuinness shed light on autism, with help from Paul Scholes, on BBC1. Jonny Owen’s beautiful Netflix tribute (I Believe In Miracles) goes to the great Nottingham Forest team of the 1978-80s who, at their peak, were almost as good as Aberdeen’s 1983 team.

And This Morning’s Dermot O’Leary writhed uncomfortably as he was congratulated by Barry Humphries for being “bravely born”, at 87, funnier, more unpredictable and more dangerous than Frankie Boyle, Adam Hills and all the rest of the people. Others the awakened warriors, now infiltrating BBC1 and Channel 4, will always be in their dreams.


SURVEILLING this week’s extensive collection of regulars and guests, Have I Got News For You host Jack Dee asked: “What food would you compare yourself to? I’d say a beef Wellington for Ian Hislop. “

And I mean a file on the Turkish Dinosaur by Bernard Matthews (best before September 1997).


The look of the week

Boris Johnson and the Adorable Snowman from Papa John's Christmas advert

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Boris Johnson and the Adorable Snowman from Papa John’s Christmas advert

This week’s winners are Boris Johnson and the Adorable Snowman from Papa John’s Christmas ad.

Emailed by Karen Michele.

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