Sir Chris Hoy tells us all about Flying Fergus's antics in his latest book, and Radzi gets creative just in time for Pancake Day. Also with Horrid Henry creator, Francesca Simon.
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-Hello. On today's show, we don't know what's going to happen.
-Storm Doris has taken the nation by, well, storm.
-And nobody has made it to the studio.
-Which means that's gone.
That's gone. It's all gone.
-Yeah, welcome to the "livest" Blue Peter ever.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Hello. Hi. Yes, that was today's show.
But now we don't need a script any more because it's all
brand-new to everyone. How are you doing?
It's a live Blue Peter,
and to celebrate the extravaganza that is World Book Day and
the Blue Peter Book Awards next week, we had two guests in
the studio today, but they couldn't make it because of Storm Doris.
But don't worry about it, because we have got them on the phone
and we're going to be speaking to them soon.
That is the legend that is Sir Chris Hoy and Francesca Simon.
-And they're going to be talking about their books
Horrid Henry and Flying Fergus. So, Barney, that got me thinking.
-I thought I could be Laughing Lindsey.
Which would make me Barfing Barney. That doesn't work, does it?
-Let's go...Bonkers Barney. That's a good one.
-We like that.
What would your alliterative name be? Hello, camera two.
Maybe you're called Colin. You'd be Crazy Colin, something like that.
Maybe you're called Hannah, you'd be Happy Hannah.
You get the idea. Let us know what your alliterative name would be.
Head to the Blue Peter website and leave your comment.
We'll try read out as many as we can later in the show.
Now, it's a real page turner of a show. I didn't write that bit.
But it sounded good, didn't it?
So we're going to be looking at the best storybook nominees,
Also, Shrove Tuesday is just around the corner,
so Radzi is going to be cooking us some pancakes with a difference.
I cannot wait for that. He's going to be showing his flipping skills.
Speaking of which, where is Radzi? Is he held up in the storm as well?
No, Radzi is not held up in Storm Doris.
He is doing a very exciting Blue Peter challenge pretty much
right now, and we can't tell you anything more about it.
It is so cool. I actually know what he's doing.
-Can I tell them a little bit?
-No, not one bit. No.
All the producers are going, "No! Don't say anything."
How about Spot Shelley? You know the game by now,
it's called Spot Shelley. It's very simple.
She's going to be hiding in the show somewhere today.
The first person to get in touch and tell us where she was hiding
-wins their very own weather balloon.
-No, you don't win a weather balloon.
-You win a shout out.
-Are you going now?
I'm about to have a phone call, aren't I?
Yes, so, we wanted to get the legend that is Sir Chris Hoy into the
studio to show you just what a legend he is.
He couldn't make it, but he is on the phone. Sir Chris, are you there?
-I am, yes, hello.
-So good to hear your voice, so good.
-You've had a bit of a nightmare today, haven't you?
I've been trying to get from London up to Manchester and it's just
-been one thing after another, but...
-Even with your thighs.
-Nice to be on the phone.
-Thank you very much for being on the phone and
talking to us.
Obviously if I was to give you a short intro, it would be
impossible because you've done so many things over the years.
You are 11 times world champion,
you are six times Olympic champion, you've got seven Olympic medals.
Six of them are gold, one of them is silver.
You are the joint most successful cyclist of all time.
You are a Blue Peter gold badge holder,
you are a race car driver, and now you're an author.
Is there anything else that you can't do, Sir Chris?
-I can't cook.
-You can't cook?
Well, listen, Radz is going to show you how to make pancakes very soon.
Let's talk about you being a racing car driver first, because the
last time we saw you, you were on two wheels, and now you're in four.
-So, tell us how that's going.
-Yes, it's going really well.
I raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race last year
in France, and that essentially is a nonstop race for 24 hours.
So a real taste of endurance and you do it with two other team-mates.
And it's brilliant fun. Racing in cars, flat-out, 200mph.
Yeah, very exciting and a lot of fun.
We're watching a video here, it looks absolutely awesome.
Let's move on to you being an author, which is, I guess,
a little more sedate, you're sat at home and you're writing rather
than whizzing around a track at 200mph.
But you are talking about Flying Fergus,
who does fly quite quickly. Is he a little bit of you, Fergus?
There's a little bit of Fergus, yes. A little bit of me in Fergus.
He's basically a nine-year-old boy who...
He's a very ordinary boy, but he has an extraordinary imagination,
and he loves his bike.
And he gets a bike for his birthday, it's an old second-hand bike.
But it turns out the bike has magical powers.
So it's about all of his adventures and what happens when
-he rides his bike.
-Watching you on your bike,
everyone thought you had magical powers, do you know that?
But it was just the size of those legs.
So, how about the new stories?
Has he got any adventures he's about to go on that you can tell us about?
Yes. Well, there's a new book out this week, book number five,
and it's called The Winning Team.
And he has to team up with his arch nemesis, Wesley Wallace, to
compete at the National Championships.
So it's all about cooperation and working together as a team, but
also all the fun stuff as well when he goes to Nevermore,
the magical kingdom,
-and all the exciting things that happens to him there.
Sir Chris, it was so good to speak to you, thank you for joining us.
-Thank you so much.
-All the best on your forward journey going home.
And you mentioned you're not a great cook.
Well, if you watch this later on,
you'll see that Radzi is an amazing cook. He really is.
And it also gives you a bit of a pick-me-up as well.
Who doesn't like pancakes? But who doesn't like pancakes with a twist?
'Are you tired of making the same, boring pancakes every year?
'Well, don't be downbeat, because it's time to transform that treat.'
Let's do this!
'I'm going to learn how to brighten up my pancakes,
'and who better to show me than the guys behind online cooking
Welcome to chocoholics not so anonymous.
'Barry, Jamie and Mike show off their kitchen creativity to
'over 1.5 million viewers every week.'
-Why would you do that?!
'And it's all under the watchful eye of professional chef Ben.'
-It's my favourite today.
-Ben, absolutely lovely to meet you.
-So, how on earth is it possible to make pancakes exciting?
Well, I think the thing with pancakes is they're so simple.
Once you've got the classic batter made,
basically it's up to your creativity to come up with something awesome.
I like the sound of this a lot. Here we have the classic batter mix.
Very, very simple. You're going to make it. All the dry stuff in first.
-So we've got flour.
That's what I wanted to happen. 'We'll try that again.'
Flour. Fantastic. A little bit of salt.
We're going to slightly sweeten it with some sugar and baking powder.
Give that a whisk up. So, a couple of eggs. We can crack those in.
And then just pop the shell beside you.
And then if you add in the milk a little bit at a time,
basically it avoids lumps.
Last bit of milk.
And then a really handy top tip.
Rather than having to oil or butter your pan every time you cook
a pancake, take some melted butter and add it into your mix.
'That, my friends, is what we call in the business a game changer.'
-OK, I think we're done.
Now, that looks completely smooth and lump free.
It still is just basic batter. So how can it be creative?
You can change up the cooking method.
You can put it into different shapes.
You can serve it with whatever you want.
Because it is so simple,
-it really is just like a canvas for so many new ideas.
-But here are three that I made earlier...
-..so that we can have a pancake batter.
'I'm taking on the rest of the team, Barry, Jamie and Mike,
'to see who can make the most imaginative pancakes possible.'
-Gents, are we up for it?
-Let's do this.
'Jamie and I are working on our own.
-'And Barry and Mike are teaming up as a duo.'
-Let's do this.
-'Let battle commence.'
-Now, I like pancakes.
But I also really like pizza. So I'm going to make pancake pizzas.
We are making pancakes and cupcakes.
-Some could call them pancake cupcake bites.
-But most don't.
Everybody loves sweet stuff. Well, I do anyway because of my sweet tooth.
So I'm going to combine all of that in lollipop pancake things.
-That's a great description.
Now the pancake is into the pan,
I can start chopping up my pepperoni and my sun-dried tomatoes and
grate in some cheese and sprinkle it on top when the underside is cooked.
Oh, it looks a little bit overdone, that, mate.
-What? I've just poured it in.
-Yeah, I knew that.
So, first thing we've got to do is zest
a lemon into our premade batter.
While you do that, Baz,
I'm going to line a muffin tin with some butter.
Now, I have washed my hands.
Now, we're going to kick off with the cocoa powder,
and I'm going to use half of my batter, like so.
I'm going for the sweet, cos I think...
we've had lunch, we had dinner, oh, I need a nice little desert.
Hello, chocolate swirl pancake...things.
'Time might be tight, but we're still having fun.
'Triple blueberry challenge, anyone?'
No spillage, that is impressive.
OK, here we go.
I need to do a swirl, a perfect swirl.
How big are these lollipops?
Uh, we will find out.
'Hey-hey, looking good.
'But Jamie isn't messing around with his pizza creations.'
Now, obviously, the best thing about a pizza is,
you can put whatever toppings you want.
As long as everything you put on is cooked, it's going to be great.
'And Barry and Mike are getting serious with their cupcakes.'
Now, this is the good bit.
We're going to be putting blueberries
and white chocolate into the batter.
I think yours is burning.
Hello. I mean...
Yes! That has actually worked.
Oh, mate, that looks amazing.
These go into an oven at 220 for about 13 to 15 minutes.
-Excuse me, excuse me... Stop it!
No messing around in the kitchen.
THAT is a pancake pizza.
'Time to add our final touches.
'But before our creations get judged,
'there's just one thing left to do.'
It's the Blue Peter badge.
OTHERS: Flip it! Flip it! Flip it!
Three, two, one...
-You triple flipped it.
-Well, that didn't go to plan.
'So then, who has produced pancake perfection?
'Jamie, with his pizza cake?
'Barry and Mike, with their pancake/cupcake bites?
'Or me and my pancake lollipop swirly...things?
'Yeah, still working on a name.'
So, for a winner...
I love the fact that this is completely out of the box.
However, this is super-arty and creative. But, for me...
-..this is my winner!
You know what, last cake, always, sorry, I've just got to say...
Ah, there's one rule that we do have here at SORTED,
-and that's last one in the kitchen does the washing up.
-See you, mate.
Go, go, go, go!
That's what Radzi is like
-when we go for lunch, isn't it?
-It really is.
We always leave the restaurant
-and he's still left eating.
-He never washes up, either.
How good were his lollipop pancakes though?
I hope he saved me one.
Speaking of which, if you have a go at any of those pancake recipes...
Send them to us - the pancakes, not the pictures.
Yes, we're calling them pancake selfies - "pelfies".
-We might try and get that trending. No?
-That's not going to happen.
OK, fine. Have a look at this week's Big Badge Wall,
-where your pelfies could end up.
-It's covered in all your glorious...
I don't think that's going to take off.
Something I'd like to DRAW your attention to is this.
It's from Bryony from Cheshire.
She was inspired by me going caving for cheese.
Yes, that is a thing that happened.
So here I am in my beautiful cave,
and you can see I have a little bag of cheese.
I think it's meant to be on my back,
but it's kind of slipped down to my botty.
-Everyone should carry cheese on their bot-bot.
-Yes, thank you.
Have a look at this, cheese is definitely trending.
Thomas says, "For the love of cheese!",
with a big headline there,
and he's got Lindsey climbing up a massive block of cheese.
And it says here, "I can name one thing cheesier than this,
"and that's Barney's jokes." Well, just for you.
-How did Mr Cheese paint his wife?
-He Double Glossed 'Er.
He saved that one.
And we have got this one here, this is Leah's,
she's drawn the Lego Radzi Movie, inspired by Lego Batman.
-And the writing looks a bit like cheese.
Thank you so much for getting in touch.
Shall we text your cheese joke to Radz?
He'll like that, we'll send it to him later.
Keep the post coming to the usual address, as you can see right there.
We love receiving all of your fab letters and pictures.
Now, last week we revealed the nominees
for the Best Book With Facts,
and now it's time to see what you little bookworms think
of the Best Story nominees.
All over the country, the Blue Peter Book Awards judges have been
busy reading the three nominees for Best Story.
From little rabbits to magical myths and even time travel,
they have read it all, and here is what they thought.
First up - Time Travelling with a Hamster, by Ross Welford.
Al receives a mission to travel back to 1984 in a time machine
to save his father's life, and he's
taking his hamster with him.
I would describe Time Travelling with a Hamster as funny,
exciting and emotional.
It's fun to read about time-travelling,
because it tells you what can happen in the future
and what happened in the past in more detail
than just a history book.
I think some bits could have been cut out to make it a bit better.
Very imaginative and clever.
I felt at some bits you could really feel what the character was feeling.
I recommend it to people who like adventures and people
who like hamsters as well.
Next up is Lost Tales
by Adam and Lisa Murphy.
A collection of the most magical myths and legends
you've NEVER heard of that will take your breath away.
Stories that are centuries old have been brought back to life
through the magic of comic storytelling.
I would describe it as adventurous, sad, thrilling and mysterious.
I would recommend Lost Tales to people who are into
comic strips and maybe myths and legends.
The pictures in Lost Tales are detailed and help tell the story.
The comic-strip style is hilarious.
I like the stories, because every story has a moral in them.
I think it should win because it's very colourful
and it has got stories from all over the world.
And finally, Podkin One-Ear, by Kieran Larwood,
and illustrated by David Wyatt.
A fantastic tale of how one little lost rabbit overcame
the cruellest enemy to become the greatest warrior
his land has ever known.
My favourite book is Podkin One-Ear,
because I like a good adventure in a story.
It has a very nice cover and it draws you in
from the very first word.
It was really interesting, and it was different,
because instead of the main characters being humans,
they were rabbits.
I think Podkin One-Ear should win, because it's magical,
it's got lots of different creatures,
and it's very different to all the other books.
It made me feel intrigued to find out what was going to happen next.
It's very inspirational and it shows you what you can do
if you put your mind to it.
So, three great stories,
but only one can
live happily ever after
with a Blue Peter Book Award.
Who will win? Find out next week.
Some amazing books there.
Now, someone who is a legend when it comes to books - and Blue Peter,
because she's got her very own gold badge - and she's going to be
on the show right now, kind of, it's Horrid Henry author Francesca Simon!
Hi, Lindsey, hi, everyone!
Francesca, I am kind of hugging the TV screen,
because you are half here, but thanks to Storm Doris,
you couldn't quite get all the way here,
so we've got you from your home, speaking to us now.
Now, you have written 96 Horrid Henry books,
which is ridiculous, quite frankly.
Can I ask you which your favourite one is,
or is that like choosing between children?
I'm shameless, I'm going to choose...
..and I choose Horrid Henry Gets Rich Quick, which is when
Horrid Henry sells Perfect Peter as a slave to Moody Margaret.
And what are you up to at the moment, Francesca,
are you writing any books?
Can we get a bit of a Blue Peter exclusive?
You can get TWO Blue Peter exclusives.
I'm writing a book about some very wicked Vikings,
called Hack and Whack,
and I'm also writing an opera for the Royal Opera House
for teens plus.
All sounds amazing. If you need anyone in your opera, I'm available.
I look forward to hearing you sing.
I can't really sing. That was a joke, do not cast me.
Now, it's nearly the Blue Peter Book Awards, and World Book Day,
of course, so what will you be doing to get involved?
Well, World Book Day is all about encouraging kids to read for fun,
and everyone in the UK will be given a £1 book token
so they can buy... Sorry, "buy",
they can get a fantastic book for free of their own,
including one of mine!
-Yay, that's what we like to see!
I wallpapered the house with this.
I bet, I've done the same with all of your books.
So people can go and get a book,
and there's some amazing authors in there, there's David Walliams,
Dame Jacqueline Wilson - there's a bit of everyone, isn't there?
It's a fantastic line-up and I am so thrilled to be
-one of the ten authors.
thank you so much for being on Blue Peter.
Next time you're on, we will actually have you here in the studio
and not on a television screen that I am hugging.
But, Francesca Simon, everyone, isn't she brilliant?
Thank you so much.
And you can just see her little dog Louis there,
he was just saying hello.
-This is Louis, chewing away.
Well, luckily, Francesca, you're not here,
but some of your amazing super-fans are here to play our super-fan game.
Let's walk this way, it's the super-fans!
WHOOPING AND APPLAUSE
Hello, super-fans, welcome to the show.
Before we go any further, let's introduce you.
We've got Josh and Hannah over this side,
-and you are brother and sister, aren't you?
Yeah! Good, I like that - "Yeah!"
And we've got more brothers and sisters over here,
-we've got lovely Jess and Fin. Hello!
Now, we're going to play a super-fan game.
We're going to be testing your Horrid Henry knowledge.
So, what is your fave book ever, Josh, Horrid Henry one?
-Henry Gets Rich Quick.
-Like that one. What about you, Hannah?
Erm, the same, because he sells his brother.
You looked very cheeky when you said that,
-do you want to sell your brother?
Good, that was the right answer on television.
Jess, what's your favourite Horrid Henry?
Erm, I like Horrid Henry Has Nits,
because Horrid Henry always has nits and Peter never has nits.
And then he puts them on his tissue and pours them over Peter's hair.
Ugh, that is horrid, I can see why he is called Horrid Henry.
What about you, Fin, fave book?
I like the one where Henry goes camping.
I know, because you love going camping as well, don't you?
So, let's play our game.
I'm going to give you the first name of a Horrid Henry character,
and you've got to finish it. I love how you are already on the buzzers.
You guys are ready to go.
So, for example, if I say "Horrid", you will say...
Exactly. Guys, audience, join in as well, please.
OK, so let's play the Super-Fan Name Game.
GAME SHOW JINGLE
I love that music. OK, the first one is... Minute on the clock.
-Oh, do you know it?
Yes, that is actually...
I feel like you might have seen my card there,
so we'll do the next one.
So we've got Perfect...
The next one is Stuck-Up...
I think you just got it, Red Team, well done.
The next one is Prissy...
Wow, you guys are super-fans, I can't handle it!
Correct. The next one is Gorgeous...
Well done, good job. You did press it.
The next one is Pimply...
Oh, Jess! The next one is Vomiting...
Correct. The next one is Clever...
You guys are on a roll here. The next one is Rude...
WOMAN OFF-SCREEN: Aww...
Correct! Well done, Greens. The next one is...
Just read it out.
That's a hard word. Aerobic...
Yes, Aerobic Al, correct.
-So at the end of that game, the scores are
seven to the Green Team, two to the Reds.
Well done to our super-fans.
Good job. And if you want even more... Good job.
..from Francesca Simon - I suppose you do -
or you've got any burning Horrid Henry questions, fear not,
she's going to be on the fan club later.
Well done, team. Barney...
Hands down one of my favourite games on Blue Peter EVER.
Hannah should totally be a new Blue Peter presenter, by the way.
Right, check out the Red Nose Day totaliser.
We've been filling it with your jokes over the past few weeks.
We can now announce our brand-new total. Let's get the sound effects.
DRUM ROLL Let's get the drum roll,
and let's get the specials -
3,198! LINDSEY SCREAMS
-Wow! Stop laughing.
That was close.
They did that right at our faces to have a little joke.
So thank you very much for getting in touch,
-we've got to update that total, haven't we, Linds?
-Yeah, we do.
So the new total, we're going to put it up next week to 5,000.
-The question is, do you think we can do it?
-Of course we can.
-Have I got glitter everywhere in my hair?
Can we collect 5,000 funny jokes?
There are two ways you can get involved. Barney...
This is way number one.
You can enter via the Comedy Classroom.
If you'd like to write original jokes - that means
you make them up - they could be judged by Miranda Hart
and Richard Curtis, two legends of comedy,
and your joke could be read out on the Red Nose Day special in March.
So get in touch, please. You have got until
Tuesday, 28th February to get in touch,
which isn't far away. You know you want to.
OK, over to me for way number two.
You can fill out one of these lovely little forms for the website.
All you have to do is download one of these templates,
fill it in with all of your favourite jokes,
all three of them, next to our lovely faces.
And you can decorate it, get really creative.
Someone who has done just that is Alfie, and his joke was hilarious.
Alfie, over to you, my friend.
Why did Adele cross the road?
-We don't know. BOTH:
-Why did Adele cross the road?
# Hello from the other side... #
Yeah, baby! Oh, and you get a dab at the end.
Dab, dabbing Adele.
What does Merlyn think?
Let's have a listen to see what her joke is like.
What do you call a fake noodle?
-I like that one.
That was a very Radzi joke, we like it.
I could listen to these all day. I think we've got one from Polly.
Why was the chef so relaxed?
Because he had plenty of thyme on his hands.
Oh, plenty of thyme, T-H-Y-M-E, not T-I-ME.
-It's a cooking thing.
-It's a herb-ey joke.
-It's very clever.
-Like a herb joke.
Love the badges as well, well done on getting those, you absolute star.
-Think we've gone a bit wild today.
-Well, there's no script today.
Let us know what you're doing to fundraise
for this year's Red Nose Day.
Remember, you have got until
Wednesday, 22nd March to get your jokes to us,
and then the next day is going to be our Red Nose Day spectacular.
-Stop messing around.
-Let's walk this way. No, let's not.
No, let's do Hacker's Nosey Adventure first.
Hacker's Nosey Adventure is a game online, it's a brilliant game.
Thousands of you have played it, it says here.
Go and check it out, impress your friends,
have some fun etc, thank you.
-Oh, see, this is why we need a script.
Thomas, help me out here, dude!
How do Nasa organise parties? They plan-et.
See, it's a plan-et, like a planet...
At least Thomas is holding the show together.
-Thank you, Thomas.
-Now we can go this way.
-Shall we walk this way?
-Don't slip... At the start of the show we asked...
BUMP Oh, hello, watch your step.
..what your alliterative names would be.
We've had loads sent in.
The first one is from Tweety Pie Pink - great name.
It says, "Mine would be Loud Lily.
"I would call myself that name cos I shout a lot." Good.
Dog Runner Cool Dude - "I'd be Dramatic Dan,
"because I enjoy doing drama."
-Stringy Pineapple Pen - such a good name! -
says, "Lucky Lucy,
"because I got 100% in my maths test and I am top of the class."
-I bet you are!
-What are the rules with alliteration?
Can you have two words, or can you have, like, five words if you want?
-Because Shining Star here has got "Elegant, Enthusiastic Eliza".
-Ooh, that is lovely.
Thank you so much for getting in touch.
As well as that, we have been playing Spot Shelley,
it's our fave game, we play it every week.
And the person to get it this week was Gold Jokey Primrose.
Well done to you, round of applause.
There she was, hiding in my little cheese cave.
Congratulations, you have won a lifetime's supply of cheese
-and a sports car.
-That's not true.
-That's all we've got time for on today's show.
Did you know that was going to happen?
Were you expecting someone, Barney(?)
There's a gap there, that's a clue, isn't it?
This is the Pop Star Pop-In.
I want to say, can you all give a huge round of applause to one of
-my favourite stars at the moment? It's Daisy Clark.
-Daisy, come and take a seat.
-Come on in.
Daisy, I first saw you years ago online,
playing your guitar and singing.
-You have got a beautiful voice.
-Oh, thank you.
You are amazing playing the guitar.
And since then, it's gone from strength to strength, hasn't it?
Yeah, I uploaded a cover of Hopelessly Devoted To You
from Grease, everyone was sharing it
-and it went viral and now has ten million views.
-Which is ridiculous.
When you said everyone was sharing it,
I didn't realise you meant actually everyone.
Yes, ten million, really, really popular, isn't it?
You started just in your bedroom playing
a couple of tracks and here you are, live on telly.
Yeah, I just videoed myself playing the guitar and now it's gone crazy.
That's what it's all about.
We've actually done a little bit of an interview you can
see online, which is very funny - very funny - there's also
a performance, a full performance of the song you're about to hear.
-Would you do a little teaser for us?
-Yes, of course.
There's your microphone, take your position,
and we can tell you what's happening on next week's show.
Whilst Daisy gets ready, we should say, don't miss next week,
because it's our World Book Day spectacular.
We're very excited to celebrate, and we are going to be dressing up.
-You mean me, don't you?
-Well, I am too, but yours is funnier.
Yeah, you get to decide what I dress up as. Take a look at your options.
I'm either going to be Dennis, the Boy in the Dress,
Fungus the Bogeyman or Where's Wally.
You can vote for this.
This closes during the fan club hour on Tuesday.
Make sure you get online and vote for who you want me
to dress up as a next week's show. I promise I will do it.
As well as that, we're going to have rapper Doc Brown in the house.
-Such a ledge.
-In the BP studio,
announcing the winners of the Blue Peter Book Awards 2017.
-Also, we're going to have a massive puppet elephant.
-Are you sure?
It's absolutely true. Make sure you're watching.
Now though, playing us out with her beautiful, melted chocolate voice...
It's Daisy Clark. We'll see you next week.
# Guess mine was not the first heart broken
# My eyes not the first to cry
# I'm not the first to know
# There's just no getting over you
# I know I'm just a fool who's willing
# To sit around and wait for you
# But, baby, can't you see
# There's nothing else for me to do?
# I'm hopelessly devoted to you
# But now there's nowhere to hide
# Since you pushed my love aside
# I'm out of my head
# Hopelessly devoted to you
# Hopelessly devoted to you. #
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Well done, Daisy.
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