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Hello, and welcome to And They're Off For Sport Relief,
the show where five famous faces take on each other
and a load of mud and water, in a series of epic races.
And in the studio, we have five contestants
all hoping to pick the winners for the chance to win an amazing prize.
Plus, we are here to raise lots of money for Sport Relief,
and you at home can do your bit and donate.
Details of how to do so will be coming up later in the show.
But now, it's time to meet the five players
all hoping to be quick off the blocks tonight.
First up, we have Kelly, she's a brand ambassador from Newcastle.
Next up, meet Tari, an estate agent from London.
Our third player tonight is Gina, she's an A&E nurse from Glasgow.
Fourth in, it's Richard, our house husband from London.
And finally Shannon, our lifestyle blogger from Devon.
So, we have met our contestants,
now it's time to meet the celebrities
who'll be racing for them tonight.
First up, we have a rugby league great for Widnes and Wigan,
it's Martin Offiah.
He's so fast, the fans named him Chariots Offiah,
but can he speed his way to victory today?
Next up, from The Saturdays,
it's pop star and presenter Frankie Bridge.
We've seen her singing and dancing,
but will she head to the finish line kicking and screaming?
Now for our second rugby legend.
It's Ben Cohen, a World Cup winner
with England in 2003,
and with Big Ben in the competition, this could be a proper ding-dong.
Next, we have TV presenter Jenny Powell
or as we like to call her, J Po.
She's looking quietly confident,
but will the others get together and knock Jenny off her block?
Finally, the competition had better watch out,
because this competitor is 100% muscle.
Sorry, not muscle - Russell. He's 100% Russell.
It's award-winning comedian Russell Kane.
I mean, that is a top team of talent right there, isn't it?
So, here is how the game works.
Our celebrities will be going head-to-head in some muddy,
quite marvellous races.
In every race, each of you will be represented by one of them,
but you'll have to earn the right to pick a celeb.
If you pick the loser, you are out of the game.
Let's have a look at the first race
with our resident Olympian showing us how it's done.
Our race demonstrator is Daryll Neita,
Olympic sprinter and world relay silver-medallist.
And our first race is The Mud Run.
It's a simple test of speed and power,
and celebrities need to sprint 50m to the finish,
but avoid getting stuck in the three mud pits.
They'll need to be strong and focused
to make it to the end of the course. If they get stuck in the mud,
they'll need to haul themselves out and keep going
till they reach the finish line.
Who are you behind in The Mud Run?
So, the first race is a test of speed and power.
Who do you think will win and who, let's face it,
is going to take an early bath?
It's time to find out.
You're about to see five pictures that are all clues to an answer.
The first person to buzz in and give the correct answer
gets the first choice of celebrity.
Here is your first question.
These have all played members of which fictional family?
Is absolutely the right answer. Well done, Richard.
We have Domhnall Gleeson, Mark Williams, Julie Walters,
Oliver and James Phelps and, of course, Rupert Grint.
What that means is that you have first pick of our five celebrities.
I have to go for the man who they call Chariot
because he's so fast - Martin.
Richard, Martin Offiah is all yours.
OK, the rest of you, here's your next question.
These tattoos belong to which celebrity?
Is absolutely right, well done!
Very good, let's have a look at the rest of them.
Well done, Tari. You have next pick of our celebrities.
We've got Russell, Jenny, Ben and Frankie still to play for.
-Who do you want to pick?
-Well, I think I'm going to go for Ben.
He would probably get through the mud, tree trunks for thighs.
-Perfect. Ben is all yours, Tari. Well done.
The rest of you, here is your next question.
These were all members of which group?
-S Club 7.
Is the right answer, Kelly, well done.
Yes. Hannah, Tina, Jon, Bradley and Rachel.
Well done, Kelly. Who are you going to go for?
Jenny, because of her long legs and stuff for getting out of that mud.
-Jenny is all yours, Kelly, well done.
Which means, Gina and Shannon,
the next person to get this question right
will have the last pick of our celebrities.
All right, fingers on your buzzers. Here is your next question.
These actors have all played which role?
Bang on with Batman, Gina! Well done.
Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Michael Keaton,
Christian Bale and Ben Affleck.
You have the last and possibly crucial pick.
We have Russell and we have Frankie Bridge.
I'll probably go for Russell.
I've seen him dancing once, and he was quite nimble.
-You think he's going to dance his way through the mud?
So, Russell, Gina, is all yours which means Shannon...
..you're in the position that nobody wants to be.
No, that's true, but Frankie looks quite lean and physically fit.
So, I've still got high hopes for her.
That's what we like. She is all yours, Shannon.
So, Kelly has Jenny, Tari has Ben, Gina has Russell,
Richard has Martin, Shannon, you're left with Frankie.
Remember, guys, if your celeb comes last,
you will be leaving us tonight.
Get ready to support your runners.
Here is our commentator, Dave Lamb, and The Mud Run.
Race one is the magnificent Mud Run.
Let's have a look at the runners and riders, then.
Frankie flexes nervously.
Ben, all muscly!
Martin waits tensely.
Jenny stands proudly,
and Russell thinks he's Bruce Lee.
Crikey, I hope he hasn't hurt himself.
No, he seems ready.
-And they're off!
Ben is straight out of the blocks
and he's ready to attack this first pit.
There he goes, but Martin Offiah has cleared the pit
like it was actually on fire.
-Wow, that was amazing!
Russell Kane trying to stay on his feet there.
Forget Bruce Lee, that's more like Rusty Lee.
You have to say Offiah's really got the hang of this.
Look at Jenny Powell, she's keeping pace with him!
They're both out of that pit, so is Ben.
Russell into pit two,
has a new technique, like a sort of frightened child.
It's not a good technique, that, but it is new.
Frankie catching up - can she clear it?
Well, no, she's only just made it in.
Martin, however, is out!
He dives across the line like he's scoring a try.
So does Ben. It's like they're back at Twickenham,
except you don't get Jenny Powell leaping over the line there,
so we win. Russell, Frankie, who's going to be last?
Russell's got one more pit to clear. He sort of lies down in it.
Frankie's just behind him, though.
She really needs to catch him up here,
but Russell is out. He's out and Frankie's very much in.
She is in.
And Russell sprints to the line.
Nothing can stop him now, apart from overzealous showboating.
Well, there's a little wiggle there,
but he falls backwards across the line,
which means that Frankie is quite literally last.
And our Chariots Offiah, Martin Offiah, on top there.
-He was so fast.
-He was brilliant, wasn't he?
-Nobody else stood a chance.
Nobody else stood a chance.
Gina, you had that crucial last pick.
-So, Shannon, you were left with Frankie.
She did try.
It's difficult. You had so much more to give, Shannon,
but I'm afraid we're going to have to say goodbye to you.
Let's hear it for Shannon, everyone.
And we are also saying goodbye, for the moment, to Frankie Bridge.
I think I forgot what I was doing and was just a bit like,
"I'm just going to step in, I'm going to take my time."
I don't know! Then I saw Russell ahead of me and I was like,
-"Russell you were supposed to be slow."
-That is crushing.
This isn't how this was supposed to work.
So, we've lost one celeb, but we still have four remaining.
Let's have a look at their next race.
Race Two is The Donuts.
Our celebrities need to make their way over eight inflatable donuts
to the finish line. They're going to need good balance and agility
just to make it across, because if they hit the water,
they're back to the start.
They can use any technique they want.
Some might run, but some might crawl.
Maybe slow and steady will win the race.
Who are you behind in The Donuts?
We have a test of balance and agility.
Who do you think will rise to the occasion
and who's going to sink like a stone?
Guys, here's your first question.
These all voice characters in which animated film?
Good and quick on the buzzer there, Tari.
Is it Shrek?
It absolutely is Shrek! Well done.
We were looking for the voices of Lord Farquaad, Princess Fiona,
the Donkey, and Mike Myers as Shrek.
You, sir, have first pick of our four remaining celebrities.
Who do you want to go for?
Hmm, I'm going to be very tactical this time, actually,
and I'm actually going to go for Jenny.
I think she'll be quite quick across the pods.
-I'm going to go for Jenny.
-All right, Tari, Jenny is all yours.
The rest of you, fingers on your buzzers.
Here's your question. These have all managed which football team?
Kelly, you were quick in there, but you don't seem so sure.
Is not the right answer, I'm afraid.
You're frozen out for now.
Richard was back in on the buzzer.
-Is the right answer.
David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho,
and Sir Alex Ferguson.
So, Richard, you now have the next pick.
-Who's it going to be?
-I'm going to go for Ben.
I think he'll be the man to finish this one first.
OK, Ben Cohen is yours, Richard.
So, Kelly, Gina,
the next person to get this question right has that crucial
last pick of our celebrities. Here we go.
These TV characters all have which job?
-Is the right answer.
EastEnders' Dr Legg, Dr Carmichael from Doctors,
Dr House and the brilliant Dr Foster.
You know your TV doctors, don't you?
-Cos I'm a nurse!
-There we go.
OK. So, we have Martin Offiah and Russell Kane remaining -
who do you think is going to be better at donuts?
I'm going to go for my boy Russell, again.
-Well, he worked out last time.
Gina, Russell Kane is yours.
-Hey! Martin Offiah is a fantastic rugby player.
-Who knows, he could be great at donuts.
-Martin Offiah is now yours.
So, here we go.
Race Two, there they are, The Donuts.
Russell, man of rubber.
Ben, Man Of Steel.
Jenny, woman of the world.
And they're off. Ben's first on there.
Look at that. Then Jenny, Martin's crawling.
Ben has actually stayed on.
Jenny is going, though. She's gone.
She's just lived through half the plot of Titanic,
and Russell hasn't even made it past the first donut yet,
but Ben is in the lead.
It's neck-and-neck between Martin Offiah
and Russell of Enfield!
Martin's making really heavy work of these donuts,
hauling himself on to number three there.
Jenny could take this, you know.
If, by this, I mean another soaking.
She's having to go back to the start.
Ben's not even wet, though.
He reaches for the final donut.
Jenny takes another run.
Makes it to number three. Now, can she stay on this time?
She's splashing around, but she's still just about on.
Ben's up and out. Ben's up and out!
Jenny knows he's won it.
She can see, back from donut number four,
and Ben is absolutely delighted, but who's going to be second?
It's pretty evenly matched, isn't it?
Jenny can't hold on much longer there, though.
Martin and Russell have gone nowhere.
They've gone absolutely nowhere.
Meanwhile, Jenny's taking a third run.
Oh, she really must feel like a donut by now.
She's in again, look.
And finally, some movement from Russell.
Martin struggling, struggling.
Oh, the woes of Martin!
And Jenny's off again.
It's Offiah versus Kane for next spot - slow versus slower.
Martin Chariots Offiah might have been quicker if he'd done this
in an actual chariot, but he's going to make it out.
He's going to haul himself out here.
He's certainly going to and he has,
and he's going to claim second place.
Now, can Jenny catch Russell?
Well, not like that, she can't. She's off again.
Poor old Jenny, she's given it everything, but Russell's out.
There was a little slip there, but Jenny's back in the water.
She's defeated. Russell is going to take third place.
Poor, poor Jenny. Where did it all go wrong?
Well, right at the start, obviously.
Congratulations, Ben Cohen and Richard.
Right at the top of the board there.
How about that?
Gina, if anyone was doubting that Russell Kane is an athlete,
can we just have a look at the face Russell pulled through that?
Tari, you had first pick!
-But I'm afraid we're going to have to say goodbye to you.
But in a short space of time, you have been a brilliant guest.
Hasn't he? APPLAUSE
We also have to say goodbye to Jenny Powell.
I'm completely devastated, more because, you know,
as that one round before went,
-we'd grown to be a bit of a family, really.
And now I've got... Mother hen's got to leave them.
And our celebs are going to be back with us shortly.
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Right, we are at the halfway point, and still in the game are Kelly,
Gina and Richard, all hoping to be tonight's champion,
and their fate lies in the hands of our three remaining celebs,
Ben Cohen, Russell Kane and Martin Offiah.
Time to find out what the next race is.
We have tested their bodies.
Now we're going to test their brains.
Race three, The Stack Race.
Our celebrities face 32 identical blocks
and they need to build a tower to the finish line.
They can use any technique but if the stack falls,
they must start again.
It's a test of brains and ingenuity and demands a steady hand.
Who has the vision to solve the stacking problem?
Who are you behind in The Stack Race?
OK, so this race is all about concentration and control.
Here is your first question.
These are scenes from films by which director?
-Gina, hard in on the buzzer.
-Is absolutely the right answer. Well done!
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,
Jurassic Park, and ET.
So, for the first time tonight, you have first pick of our celebrities.
This is a very different game from what we've had so far, Gina,
so make sure you pick well.
I'm going to go with my Russell, my boy Russell.
He does it for me all the way.
Gina, he's all yours, OK.
Kelly, Richard, so whoever gets this next question right
has the last pick of our celebrities.
Here we go. These are the only people
to have been elected to which position?
-Mayor of London.
Is the right answer!
Well done, Kelly.
So, we had Ken Livingstone, Boris Johnson and Sadiq Khan there.
So, Kelly, is it going to be Martin again,
or is it going to be Ben Cohen?
See, I was going to go Ben, because...
But then he's won the last two, so I'm thinking,
shall I stick with Martin?
-I'm going to stick with Martin.
-Martin is all yours.
Which means, Richard...
I would have picked Ben anyway.
All right, Ben is all yours.
Time to find out who will rise to the occasion
and who will collapse under the pressure. Here we go.
Race three is The Stack Race.
Martin, he's deep in thought.
Russell, could be deep in trouble.
Ben quite fancies a deep-pan pizza.
-And they are off.
They've got 32 identical blocks.
They need to build a tower to the top
and Martin's already stacked it.
Ben's halfway there, look.
Yeah, but he's also stacked it.
Russell's tidying his stack, but it's very low.
Ben in the lead, then. Martin, Russell, neck and neck.
Martin picking up the pace a bit here.
Look at that, Ben's shifted his entire stack.
Russell's building. Ben's getting further.
Martin, steady - Steady Eddie, they call him, wrongly.
Ben's far from steady, but he is near the top.
He's getting very near the top.
Ben surveys his stack. One more ought to do it!
-Well, some of it has.
He's going to have to pick up from where he's got there.
Russell's trying a better build this time.
Martin, very near the finish line himself.
Now, Ben's back up already.
Just needs to keep those hands steady this time.
One block, two blocks down.
Oh, and Martin's gone!
Ben is still standing. Will his stack hold?
Yes, it does. Ben takes first place.
Ben takes first place.
Congratulations to Ben.
That's an excellent tower.
But Martin's collapsed.
Martin's has collapsed and so has Russell's.
He can't believe it. It's happened, mate, get over it.
Martin and Russell having to start again from scratch here.
Martin's stacking quickly.
Martin. Winner Ben looking on there
with a bit of a smirk on his face, it has to be said.
Russell looks like he's getting it now.
Martin is getting desperate.
This is the big one, of course, between these two.
One of them's going to go.
Ben knows what they've got to do. Russell's surveying his stack.
Two more blocks.
Two blocks ought to do, but is Martin going to take it?
No, he's gone again! He's gone again.
Russell now looking very steady.
Martin has just got two blocks left.
Can he reach that finish line?
He lays one down there, but it's not tall enough.
Is it there? Every inch counts, everyone knows that.
Martin knows he's not over the line.
Russell needs these to stay and he's second, they do stay.
He boots his tower down, and if there's one thing we've learned,
it's you don't want this lot building your house.
-Three for three.
-How about that?
You are on a serious roll.
And you had the choice of Martin, as well.
I was going to go for Ben,
but I thought he might not win three in a row,
so I changed, but as it is.
Kelly, you have been so much fun.
-Hasn't she been great?
Thank you so much for playing tonight.
Let's hear the reaction from Race HQ.
-I can sit down, enjoy my lunch.
-Watch you guys go at it.
-Got a proper sweat on there!
It's the most you've sweated all day! Where did the shapes go?
Gina and Richard, well done on getting this far.
I'm afraid, though, only one of you will make it to tonight's final.
Let's have a look at the race that will decide your fate.
In race four, our celebrities will tackle The Death Slide.
They'll scramble 20m up a climbing wall.
It's a test of courage and steady nerves,
as they drop down the slide
and plunge into the freezing waters below.
Then it's a short swim to the mats,
before they haul themselves out and sprint to the finish line.
Who are you behind in The Death Slide?
That's going to take some serious courage for our celebrities
to go down that slide, all right?
So, choosing first in this round could make all the difference.
For that reason, we've made it a little bit harder.
In this head-to-head, you will need to answer two questions correctly,
all right? Here's your first question.
These singers both had UK number one songs with which name?
-Richard, just in there first.
Is the name of the song. Well done!
Lionel Richie and Adele there, of course.
One more correct answer and you will have first pick.
Gina, you are back in the game. Here is your next question.
These events took place in which decade?
Is bang on, the right answer, well done.
Bucks Fizz winning Eurovision and Charles marrying Diana.
Of course it was the '80s. That makes it 1-1.
Here comes your deciding question.
These men are famous for playing which sport?
Is the right answer, Gina.
Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy.
It means, Gina,
you have that all-important pick of our two remaining celebrities,
out of Ben Cohen and Russell Kane.
Russell's been there all the way for me,
but then Ben's got the strength.
-Ben it is.
-I'll go with Ben.
-You're going to go with Ben.
Ben Cohen, for the first time tonight, is yours, Gina.
in the no-pick situation, it's Russell Kane that is your man.
Do you think he's got the measure of that death slide?
He's getting more competitive as the show's gone on,
so I think he might have it in him.
So, we've got Team Ben, we have Team Russell.
Here comes The Death Slide.
Race four is The Death Slide.
Russell Kane, hanging by a thread.
Ben Cohen, a potential pair of scissors.
Surely, this is Ben's race to lose.
It's solid muscle versus a bloke called Russell,
and that's their first obstacle.
-And they're off.
Strong start from Russell. I thought he'd be out of it by now.
They're neck and neck. Step for step, up that climbing wall.
They've reached the top at the same time,
but Cohen's going like the clappers here!
That really is a terrific positioning on the drop,
but how is his flight?
Let's have a look at this.
Whoa! He has gone flying.
A vision in green - like the Hulk, but less dainty.
And there goes Russell, shooting through the shot there.
Ben won't want to see this again, but we'd better see this again.
I mean, look at that angle.
He almost turns it into a normal dive at the end.
And there's Russell, hoofing in, feet first.
But Ben reaches the mat first.
Russell is not out of this yet. He's not too far behind.
Ben hauling himself up, those muscles are tired now,
but don't rule Russell out here. He is nimble.
Who is going to take this?
Is it Ben? Both feet have got to be on the platform.
It is just, Ben.
Let's take a look at that again, to make certain.
And we see that yes, both feet are up, by Ben there.
He takes the victory. He takes the victory and look at this,
he's taken Russell down for good measure.
Crikey! Somebody get those boys a towel.
Well, congratulations, Gina, because it means that you, with Ben Cohen,
are through to the next round. How about that?
Richard, she stole your man.
I know. He nearly made it, right at the end.
So close, so close.
I'm afraid, though, buddy, you have played a fantastic game,
but we're going to have to say goodbye to Richard.
Let's hear it for him.
I wonder what Ben and Russell had to say
about their death-slide experience.
Did you see me? I actually did a backflip.
I thought, "Oh, no, I don't want to do a back plant."
So I thought I'd try and follow it through.
If you play it back, I'm laughing.
The way you went down that, I thought... You disappeared!
You travelled through time for a second, then came back
when you hit 88 miles an hour.
I've never seen anything like it.
I mean, Tom Daley has got nothing on Ben Cohen.
The guy's got a new career.
In a moment, all of our celebrities will be back to take part
in the final race of the night.
But now, a reminder of why we are all here.
Now, this is a hard film to watch. It's from Sierra Leone.
Part of the world where people have incredibly tough lives
and one of the most challenging places to give birth,
but this film will show just how much your support can help.
I care for these pregnant women so much and the young babies,
I care for them so much.
It's very important for me to set an example against
what happened to Safura's mother.
Your money really can make all the difference.
Community workers like Mary are doing incredible work,
educating pregnant women and new mums
to make sure they get to hospital in time
and receive the best possible care for their babies.
So, if you can, please do your bit and send that text.
All the details you need to donate are on the screen now.
From all of us, thank you very much.
And now I'm here with Gina, everyone! Tonight's finalist.
Gina, you have been a sensation tonight.
-How are you feeling?
Fantastic. Well, here's the deal, Gina,
because we are here to raise lots of money,
but we also want you to go home with something very special, as well.
Let's see what you're playing for.
Gina, how about that?
So, we have a pair of highly sought-after tickets
to the Last Night Of The Proms.
You'll also be given an exclusive backstage tour
of London's iconic Royal Albert Hall.
-We have to say a huge thank you to the Proms
for this fantastic prize. Gina, how does that sound?
-A once-in-a-lifetime prize.
-Yeah, can't wait.
So, here's how you could win it.
In our final race, all five of our celebrities are back in play.
All you have to do is choose the winner.
I'm going to ask you four questions.
For every question you get right,
-you'll get the chance to pick a celebrity, OK?
-Are you ready?
-Yeah, I'm ready.
OK, Gina, here is your first question.
I'll just go with Madonna.
-OK, let's confirm Madonna.
-I don't know.
Is that the right answer?
Well, the answer we were looking for,
Elvis Presley was the answer.
Madonna, 13 number one singles, Elvis had 21.
-But that's OK, we've got that one out of the way.
We have three more chances to get your question right
and back a celebrity. Here's your next question, Gina.
Hmm. I think it might be 200.
OK, let's confirm that one.
Is that the right answer?
-Course it is.
-£200, great job, Gina!
One answer correct, which means you have one celebrity to pick.
Let's see if we can get a couple more.
Here's your next question.
I don't think it was Wales.
I'll say Germany.
Let's confirm Germany for you, Gina.
You said Germany.
Is that the right answer?
Let's see what the right answer was.
That's all right. Gina, one more chance to pick a celebrity.
Here we go, here's your question.
-I think it's Ant and Dec.
-Yeah? Seem pretty confident about that.
Let's confirm Ant and Dec.
Gina said Ant and Dec.
And she was absolutely right to do that!
16 National Television Awards
for Ant and Dec, of course they did.
Gina, that is two correct answers,
which means you have two picks of our celebrities.
We have Martin Offiah, Russell Kane, Jenny Powell,
Big Ben Cohen and Frankie Bridge.
-Who's it going to be?
-I'm going for the boys.
And I'm going to go for my two favourites, Ben and Russell.
Russell and Ben were the two that you picked throughout this game.
-They've been good.
So, we need Ben Cohen or Russell Kane
to cross the finish line first for you to win tonight's prize.
-Yes, yes, please!
-It all rests on this final race.
-Come on, boys.
-Here we go.
Race five is the mighty Showdown.
They're all back for more.
Jenny having a laugh.
Martin having a think.
Ben having it large.
Frankie having kittens.
And Russell having a cheeky flirt with Rob on camera four.
And they're off! And that's a strong start from Ben in green.
Martin and Frankie just on his tail.
Ben's legs up, brace for impact!
And Martin in orange is going all the way here.
He hits the bank and the bank stays hit.
I'm surprised it's still there after that.
Russell's nearly out, too.
Frankie, Jenny, way behind at the moment, but Ben's out.
He's over the hurdle, leaving these four floundering
and now Ben's down the slide.
Crikey, absolutely nothing's going to slow him down.
Except perhaps that water there.
Now, that's given Russell and Martin a chance.
Well, mainly a chance to face-plant into the water.
Let's see that again. Oh, dear me, Russell.
Can Martin do any better with his entry?
Here he comes.
No, that was even worse, if anything.
Back in a different time zone, Jenny's finally out.
Can she make it over that hurdle, though?
Can anyone catch Ben?
Frankie's up on the slide, look.
But Ben's out of the water.
Ben is storming this.
He's sprinting to victory.
There's no doubt about it,
he is number one and that is a terrifically run race.
Who's going to be second? Russell focused here.
Martin grimacing, giving it everything.
Now, how's Frankie going to enter the water? It's another face plant.
Seriously, can they not see that thing coming?
Russell is going to take second. That's an extraordinary result.
And back in the water, Offiah is a-floundering,
but he's up and he's out.
And so is Frankie, by the look of it.
Martin jogs in for third.
Martin takes it.
An exhausted-looking Frankie
manages a final powerful burst to get fourth.
No sign of Jenny. She might have popped home for a nap.
No, there she is.
One final run-up and she's going to take fifth.
Well, that nap must have done her good.
We have ourselves a winner, Gina!
I mean, that is how you play the game.
-Big Ben Cohen crossing it first.
-My boys did it for me, yeah.
it means you're going to the Last Night of the Proms.
-Yeah, I'm going to the Proms! Whoo!
-Hasn't she been brilliant?
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