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  1. This news makes me very happy. He was adorable on Graham Norton's show this evening. Think this interview could be a good un.
  2. Have been thinking about this, and find it really hard to think of anyone on TV I actually find attractive. Don't watch soaps, so I suppose this limits my choices. I was in love with Paxman and various other reporters during the Gulf War. Don't find Paxman so attractive nowadays though. Hmm, Ant and Dec and Dermot O'leary are lovely. I think I prefer film stars, dead or alive, as they are unobtainable. I also like funny men. Robert Webb, even though he's losing his hair. Russell Howard's a cutie, I'd agree. Interesting interview with Sara Cox the other day. He seemed much deeper and more serious than you'd imagine. See here for my crushes: http://www.unofficialmills.co.uk/communities/album.php?albumid=10
  3. Not nice to have to leave the little one.
  4. Yup. Did a Jolly good job too.: <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Gm6_UzZEpfY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  5. Haha. That was actually No. 1 on Timsk and my list. The Busta Rhymes rap is one of the fastest we've ever heard, and his section in the middle isn't that rude. Only one word to be changed really. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/_p9I5ipJFs0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  6. What I've heard of the show this week, I've thoroughly enjoyed. This stuff about Rihanna fancying Scott is hilarious. The features are all entertaining and I do think having Chris there permanently works. We have some rap suggestions for Beccy, but she might have to alter the words slightly.
  7. I really like this, it's interesting. Bits of it remind me of Don MacLean's American Pie, but other parts of it seems pretty Killers-ish\ My Chemical Romance.
  8. Nice one Lee. Or 'Geppetto' as you should henceforth be known.
  9. Well, he's no Chappers, but I do think his presence lightens the show, so I reckon this is good news.
  10. I haven't been remotely interested in this for years, but seeing as I've just found out I'm singing in it this year, I suppose I ought to take a passing interest at least. Here is my entry.: <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/pFNv9pjqZkk" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Let me know what you think, don't pull any punches. Must say it reminds me of the melancholy tones of my favourite hit Les Bicyclettes de Belsize, which was better tbh. <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/XhjfMwVeXlM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> I also rather like Graham Norton.
  11. Have caught most of Chris covering for Greg over the past couple of days, and it has really brought a smile to my face. Was discussing it with Kelly (used to be on here) earlier on Twitter. We agreed that it really showed the 'Moyles doubters' (I never use the word 'hater', as I don't hate anyone. Wasted emotion) that he is more than capable of presenting a pretty last-minute, unscripted show, without a team. Most impressive.
  12. Really looking forward to this. Dunno why it appeals to me so much, because I'm by no means a 'corporate type'. Quite the opposite. Perhaps, that's precisely the reason. I derive a huge amount of pleasure out of watching them fail miserably at their silly tasks. It's like watching It's a Knockout in the boardrooom, or clowns, but not ones at the circus, they give me the creeps. On another note, I was somewhat disappointed by former winner Tom the Inventor's much hyped new product which was revealed the other day. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2115600/Apprentice-winner-Tom-Pellereau-proudly-unveils-new-curved-S-shape-nail-file.html?ito=feeds-newsxml It's a bloody nail file! I've got several of them, and they came free with some other beauty product.
  13. Pretty sure it's 'harvest'. I think the Hackney lineup is pretty impressive. Of course there are some bands\singers I'm not so keen on, but there really is plenty to suit everyone's taste.
  14. Think it just went over her head. Maybe she objected to the Schrodinger reference. She's not particularly keen on cats, is she? I know we have our songs for today, but Christmas isn't Christmas without a nice bit of Jose Feliciano. Enjoy! <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/xMtuVP8Mj4o" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  15. I seriously can't believe ITV cut that song out of Johnathan Ross's show tomorrow. It's charming. I'm becoming more and more tired of this 'PC, tail between the legs, Oh, can't say that because it may offend someone who hasn't even f*cking seen it' broadcasting.
  16. Strange you speak about yourself in the third person like this, but it's nice to hear you care.
  17. Thank you very much for the kind messages on here. I had a great day. There was lots of love; received loads of messages, cards and pressies, but I mainly ate tonnes of gorgeous food prepared by Timsk.
  18. Oh there is a thread for you. Sent you a message yesterday, but I'll send you another Happy (belated) Birthday on here. Sagittarians are the best! Hope you had a great day.
  19. Happy Birthday! Seems people aren't doing B-day threads on UM any longer...:( Hope you have a lovely day. :) How's the reading going?

  20. Sorry Danni, only just noticed this thread. Belated Congratulations to you and your lovely little Pixie.
  21. Afraid I didn't really enjoy Vernon at all on Chris's shows. His interview with the guest on Monday seemed incredibly awkward and stilted. Noticed this this morning from Emma Freud on Twitter: http://yfrog.com/kgxffpkj Was Chris is NY again? Thought he was spending a quiet weekend with his mum and dad. Maybe he took them, but I'd hardly describe NY as quiet.
  22. Anyhow, back on topic. I'd heard this song before and loved it, but saw it today with this animation, and thought it was so sweet, and yes, 'sentimental', but nevermind. Now we're in December, here you go. Hope it hasn't been posted previously. : <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/vWQuDtxD2-c" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  23. She'd only chuck it in a bin. Speaking of which I follow a very amusing chap on Twitter called @RichNeville, who won a Twitter award for his @CatBinLady account - which details the daily thoughts and views of a somewhat bitter, antisocial woman with an irrational dislike of all things feline. It's rather amusing and worth a read. He has also written a book based on this character.
  24. I'm not entirely sure that the vote at the top of this thread is in keeping with the topic. The thread concerns our thoughts on Clarkson's comments on strikers, but the poll asks about our own opinion on the strike... Two very separate things. I pretty much agree with everything Doovde has said above. I think Clarkson is an arse, but he does make me laugh on occasion. People seem to be unable to detect irony nowadays, and this saddens me. It does not bode well at all for the future of Britain's beautifully subtle comedy. Interesting that on The One Show this evening, when John Bishop, a veggie of 25 years said "I'd eat my own dog if I was hungry enough", Chris ironically butted in with apologies to qualify this; the BBC doesn't condone this sort of thing etc. As if to say: people need to get a sense of humour, stop taking things so f*cking seriously and are you just saying this to sell your dvd?
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