Episode 4 The Graham Norton Show


Episode 4

Graham Norton chats to pop star Sir Cliff Richard, Apprentice star Lord Alan Sugar, top comic Micky Flanagan, and X Factor judge Kelly Rowland, who performs in the studio.


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We are at Wimbledon, isn't it Oh, no, it is raining. How can we

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Oh, no, it is raining. How can we Oh, no, it is raining. How can we

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entertain ourselves now? entertain ourselves now?

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# We are on going on a summer # No more working for a week

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two... APPLAUSE.

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Oh! Oh! It is exciting. Good Oh! Oh! It is exciting. Good

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Oh! Oh! It is exciting. Good evening, everybody. Welcome to the

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It is a good one tonight. Yes, he's It is a good one tonight. Yes, he's

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Oh! Oh! It here, the one and only Sir Mark

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Richardson is on the show. . And if a sir wasn't enough, we

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have a Lord, Apprentice supremo, Lords Alan Sugar is here.

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. I know. East End funny man, Flanagan is here. SCREAMING. And

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shouting and singing, X Factor's finest, Kelly Rowland is with us.

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Love her. SCREAMING. She Love her. SCREAMING. She is my

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favourite. That is a lineup, isn't it, ladies and gentlemen, a pop

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Princess, a night and Flanagan. Delighted Kelly Rowland is

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returning to the show. One of favourites. I know she is a big fan

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of Lord sugar. She is. No stranger to hearing the word you're fired.

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Oh, pour Frankie Cocozza. Who knew Oh, pour Frankie Cocozza. Who knew

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Frankie Cocozza was Italian for head. I didn't know. I did not know.

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I know she is a fan of Sir Mark I know she is a fan of Sir Mark

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Richardson. All the songs have meaning for her, Devil

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Bachelor Boy, and of Talk Anymore. Chiefer that, wasn't

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Cliff has been in show business for Cliff has been in show business for

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over 50 years. I know! APPLAUSE. And finally, he agreed to come on my

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show. Essentially, run out of excuses. Cliff keeps so active.

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Loves skiing. You do wonder, is it hard to play the guitar and

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the same time? I guess it is. Of course, Cliff had a huge hit

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the film Summer Holiday where he spent all summer on a bus with sexy

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young girls. I tell you, I hear they are making a sequel, Cliff is in the

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lead and they have the sexy young girls back. Yeah. At least this

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they won't have to pay for the bus fares. How exciting to have Lord

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Sugar, host of the Apprentice. What a great show. Did you know

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winner of the last series still has an important position in the

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boardroom? He does. Of course, Lord Sugar's proudest achievement was

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being made the Lord. Here he is in his finery. Marvellous. And of

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course, we all know he for a deal. And I believe he got

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that white fur trim at a bargain price.

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Let's get the guests on. Later, I Let's get the guests on. Later, I

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will be talking to Alan Sugar. First, up it is Micky Flanagan.

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APPLAUSE. Very smart, sir. Sit APPLAUSE. Very smart, sir. Sit

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yourself down. It is my favourite Kelly off at the telly, it is Kelly

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Rowland. APPLAUSE. Wow! Welcome back. We are delighted to see you.

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Wow! And he is the original Bachelor Boy, it is the one and only Sir Mark

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Richardson. SCREAMING. Nice to see you, sir.

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Welcome all. All right, calm down. Welcome all. All right, calm down.

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You are very welcome. Sir Mark Richardson, your first time on

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show. Yes. What happened? I don't know. I tried so hard to stay off.

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No, we are delighted you are here. I am delighted. You say that now. You

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will have a lovely evening. you. And Micky Flanagan, you

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have been here before. I said yes straight away. No hesitation. I

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there. Exciting for you on Friday night. I have not been out on a

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Friday night for years. I reached the point if I queue to get up in a

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nightclub and the bouncer says you can't come in, I say "

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can't come in, I say "thanks, mate" can't come in, I say "thanks, mate".

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My feet are killing me. And Kelly, SCREAMING Unk thank you. We are very

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excited, you will be singing the single. Absolutely. Down For

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Whatever later. Yes. I am so excited. Dancers and all sorts,

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ladies and gentlemen. I will be doing the bagging. All right.

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long as you know how to shake your booty. I can do that. Is that any

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good. It is good. Mickey, do you watch the X Factor? Sometimes I do.

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And sometimes you don't. You don't have to worry about it. I don't. I

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looked once, there was a bloke like that with his hair just crying. And

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I thought no, I r that's not the show for me. You are all right,

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Mickey, he is gone. He said I have had sex with 10,000 women. Has

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anybody got any Charlie. It is not the show for me, Cliff. Listen,

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because people will be - won't be able to relax until I ask you a

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couple of questions. Got it. Frankie, gone. He is gone. And

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that... APPLAUSE. Oh! I do sorry, he is only 18. He is a

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young man. I feel bad. One of your acts is coming back. You don't care.

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How will I look at gAir Barlow this? I am excited about Amelia

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coming back. She is amazing. She is everybody's favourite. She is the

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one you let go. Just to my defence, that was a hard one. That really

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was. For the judges to make a decision, you know... Is there

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rift there? Was that all made up? I love Tulisa. We did have a little

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bit of a tiff because she you know, against one of my girls.

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Misha B, the bully. BOOING. Militia is

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Misha B, the bully. BOOING. Militia is not a bully. Your old friend

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Louis told you that. Misha B is from a bully, she a sweetheart. When

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I watch X Factor, which I do sometimes, I think it is one of

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best things that happened. There people that come out of that show

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that you could two weeks before be shopping in a supermarket with. It

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gives people a opportunity. It does. Two weeks

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later most of them are again. In Asda. Sir Mark Richardson,

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cover your ears to spare your blushes. I want to remind people how

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successful this man is. He has sold, listen to this, Kelly, 250 million

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albums. Plus. Over! Over 250 million. They are still selling.

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Wow! Can I borrow a pound? I can give you a few records. All right.

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This is another good one, if you add up every week that Cliff has

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in the charts, he has been in the charts solidly for 20 years. Wow!

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That is amazing. Wow! It goes without saying highest selling

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artist in the UK of all time. Mark Richardson, ladies and

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gentlemen. APPLAUSE. It is amazing. You must - I mean, obviously, you

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are getting on with it, you brought out a new album, been on tour. Yes,

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all right. She is a bit slow. Who is that, Sir Mark Richardson? I love

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him. There must be moments as you sit in bed with sheets with a high

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thread count, I imagine. You ponder your success and your long Jit. I

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do. What answer do you come up with. I find it hard to believe because

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when the Shadows and I got kicked off, we were one-hit wonders, here

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today, gone tomorrow. The about

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about selling the records is you did sell millions of bits of plastic.

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And nowadays people download. You can be number within with 35,000

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sells, we sold 80,000 a day. I don't know - I got in early. He could say

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these nice things about me. Most of the people I hear singing, even the

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losers sound unbelievably great. The other thing is, because your

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mainstream and you have been in our homes for 53 years, when you started

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out, you were shocking. People were shocked by you. They said I was. You

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know the media. The media were desperate to have somebody that

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could compete with Elvis. I used to go like this. They thought I was the

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big sex symbol, one journal it said that the TV show Oh Boy. I Did,

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that the TV show Oh Boy. I that the TV show Oh Boy. This crude

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exhibitionist. Please, me. You are beautiful. Look at you. The enemy

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said "is this new boy singer too sexy for Britain". I didn't say

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wasn't sexy. No. You look there. Girls loved you so much, but

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the boyfriend didn't like you, led to problems. The Drifters before

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the Shadows. I played in London. they had one of these resolving

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stages. We were going to play Elvis's Baby I Don't Care. Then all

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these cheese rolls came flying up. I never sang a note. The thing

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Somebody says I threw that cheese Somebody says I threw that cheese

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roll. Remember that one. We look at that picture. Beautiful back then.

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Isn't there a moment, Cliff, when you let yourself go, you are a

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success, you are eating? The time I went to the States, it was so

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early. We could not believe early. We could not believe we were

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on the show the Biggest show of Stars and it was the people that we

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loved. I went over there and six weeks, I put on a stone. The

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food you have in the States, we were arriving at towns at 4am, something

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open. We would have cornflakes with half and half. Half and half.

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and half. Very good. I worked in the restaurant and had to do the coffee,

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do you want half and half and all. His wife had it. Do you want half

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and half aall. He went, "I don't know what you are saying, man". I

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say half and half because I am biling wam.

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Do you what started my first diet Do you what started my first diet

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Do you what started my first diet was watching Coronation Street, one

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was watching Coronation Street, one was watching Coronation Street, one

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Do you what of the characters says "

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of the characters says "I love that chubby Cliff Richard"

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chubby Cliff Richard". That is a smack in the face. A smack in the

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stomach. I went to the diet and have been on diets ever since. Kelly, you

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look amazing. Thank you. APPLAUSE. You walked out and it is like wow.

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Thank you. Do you do exercise. I do like to exercise. How many situps do

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you do a day? Honestly? I do like to do 200 situps at night. Yes. At

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night. 200? Not all through the night. No. It would take me

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night to do 200. 6am, nearly finished. About 200 a night.

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would be surprised how simple and things like that make you

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better. I like the fact that exercise makes me feel good. It is

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not about size. People say she went for a walk and that's what she looks

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like. Yeah. A long walk. A brisk walk. Power walking. Mickey, have

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you considered the gym? Have you considered... I have considered it.

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You shouldn't laugh that hard. You look good. I am not one of those men

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that - men don't, you know, if you are an egg on legs, you might start

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panicking. Even then, look at my calves, babe, they are beautiful. I

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did go to a gym a couple of years ago. I laid down on the mat to do

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situps. I woke up two hours later. I felt fantastic. APPLAUSE. Cliff, of

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course the highlight of any Cliff Richard fan every year is the annual

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release of the Cliff Richard calendar. SCREAMING. I have to

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honest. I have only been collecting them since 1982. Wow! Prior to that,

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my mother wouldn't let me buy them. They only last a year, they are a

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waste of money. What is amazing about these, you are timeless. The

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only way to gauge what year they are is from the fashions or how it is

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shot. Good game, Mickey and Kelly. Take this one, a classic. It is very

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hard to guess. I will give you multiple choice, I don't know

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you did to mini. She looks surprised.

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You probably know the answer. You probably know the answer.

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don't. Is this 1984, 1996 or 2001? I am going to go with - oh. Do that

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again. Oh! I am going to go for 96. 96. I will go for 84. All the Cliff

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fans got it wrong. This is December 1996. Yes. This next one, is this

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older than 96 or newer than 96. I will say older. Older,. February

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2000. Now, how long had you had that jacket? You could not have bought

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that jacket in February 2000. don't remember the jacket. Really?

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You had it a while. Oh, no. Wait. I bought this at an auction. They

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it was yours. Broad shoulders, don't think so. You hang on to

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clothes, you keep clothes. I find it hard to throw them away. I am trying

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hard. That is why this game is hard. Is this older or newer than

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this one? I think that one is older. You are wrong. It is October 2004.

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It is newer than this one. Was that your tour of duty of Afghanistan?

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Stylish. This one is easy. Older or Stylish. This one is easy. Older or

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newer. February 1994. And finally, look at this hunk of man. SCREAMING

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What year was this? I don't know. Because I have been sucking at this

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game. I wondered what you were going to say there. That is such a

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different game you shall talking about. I will tell you, that is

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October 2011, ladies and gentlemen. Last month. That is amazing. That's

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a great shot. You look good. Thank you. You are welcome. When we

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about gym and stuff, there are certain people that will never look

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like Arnold Schwarzenegger. I of those. When I saw that, I thought

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maybe doing the gym helps because it gets rid of a little something. Do

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you only eat one meal a day. That's not right. I did for a while. I

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didn't like that very much. The regime I am on now lets me have

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three good meals a day, I have to eat the right stuff. Not nan doughs.

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Kelly, NANDOS and a brisk walk. Kelly, NANDOS and a brisk walk.

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200 steps. Down to business. You still are working and getting out

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there. New album, Soulicious. A lot of you went to the tour, I am sure.

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Yes. Very good. This album, it went in at Number 10 in the charts. Is

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fair to say you don't get that much radio air play with your stuff?

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Things have changed greatly. understand what the policies are

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more. I fought a lot of battles trying to make sure we had our music

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played to the public. The thing I can't win. I make projects. This is

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a project. I got a chance to sing with the Temptations, the

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Styleistics, Freda Payne. All these people joined me. In a way, you have

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to bypass radio. It is a shame. To me, radio and rock 'n' roll are hand

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in glove. If something is a hit, like the Millennium Prayer, your

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public and your fans love your music. They buy your music. What is

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the disparity between them and musical executives? I don't know.

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was the biggest selling British single of that year, but we couldn't

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get the air play. It is unfair, it borders on ageism, now that I am

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50... I love her. I am like OK. It is one of those things. We have

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learn to live with us, including X Factor people. There come a point

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when you won the competition, everybody is hot for you, you make

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records. When you are trying to going that you need that kind of

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help. All right. The DVD I hope make up for everything. The DVD,

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yes. I have it here. Yeah, yeah. is all in hand. I appear to be on

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idiot, I know what I am dock. Here is a taste of you on tour

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# But she just wasn't it # But she just wasn't it

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# For me the girl was all # The girl in the window...

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That is in shops from Monday, 14 November.

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November. November.

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That is in Very good. I tell you what, I am a

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little overknighthoods now, I will see you Sir and raise you a Lord.

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Please welcome Lord Sugar. APPLAUSE Hello, sir. How nice to see you. Oh!

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APPLAUSE. SCREAMING. How are you, Sir? How are you, Lords Sugar? I

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mean, I am a bit frightened, Graham, the last time I came on you accused

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me of aupsetting one of your guests. I saw you with Alex on the One Show,

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who is the worst guest, that Lord Sugar. You said I upset a

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somebody or other. She was talking about the chemistry on the sofa. And

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I said: Sometimes it doesn't work. Pot, kettle. Two weeks ago, we had

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Nancy Dallaglio and you go, Nancy, what do you do? Then she went off

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and said, Sven, pasta, you said no, no, what do you actually do? Pot,

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kettle. Don't you think? You are not going to upset any gets. Are

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fan of Sir Cliff. What a legend to be sitting next to. Great guy. Have

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you been to the concerts. The wife has and threatened not to let me in

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the house unless I bring back a signed thing from Cliff and he has

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given me one. I am OK. You get home and hear Devil Woman from the

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lounge? Yeah. She loves him. Now, your book, your new book, the Way I

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See It, is it a Jeremy Clarksonesque collection of rants? Who is

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Clarkson? Who is he? Small show BBC Two. It is letting off steam,

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bit of a rant here and there. It is also advice because the

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Cliff, you take your appearance very seriously. You do, though. You

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exercise like mad. Not like mad. Cliff, you play tennis, right. I do.

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I don't know about you. The knees are having trouble. I am fine.

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Pounding on the court. The back. You play doubles, though? No. Singles.

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You used to put on a great tennis tournament once a year. I did. Never

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invited me. It is happening again. I will stand right here. So I

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pound on the courts any more. I gone into cycling. I ride bikes.

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Also, you have a clever diet plan which you go into. Yeah. Talk us

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through it. It is called - yeah. No, it is a good idea. It is a

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idea. It happened in America. I was in America in that fla. Near Miami.

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And a guy gave me collapse and they had the little fork with collapse,

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pick them out. I thought I would embark upon eating main course using

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this little fork. My wife looked at me like mad. What are you doing? I

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am working on something here. I am eating with this little fork. And it

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occurred to me that it took me ages to get halfway through the plate of

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food, by which time the brain was telling me you are full up. It is a

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little fork diet. I take a little fork around with me. You try it.

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you are finding it difficult to follow the little fork diet, Lord

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Sugar provides the difference between a large and small fork. No

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stone let unturned. The attention to detail, I think it is called. Do you

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have any knife as well? Americans, as you will know, don't use a

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as well. They use the fork to mess around. That is it. Some of them

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a shovel. And bucket. Yeah. In the book, there is advice in there,

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there is life advice. Also things that annoy you. Yeah. As you see,

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is a thick book. Let's go some of the things. There is a

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chapter on mere low which is about you you are not a fan of pretentious

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restaurants. Well, I am awfully sorry. I don't want to be accused of

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upsetting one of your guests. Please don't. I have only frequented

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America for the past 40 years in the state of Florida. That may

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tell all. OK. It is not representative of the whole country.

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It isn't. I pleaded fifth there. In that state, I have

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across lots of restaurants, Italian restaurants, where there isn't an

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Italian waiter, the guy is not from Italy, never been near Italy, they

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make up all these names for Italian food that the Italians never heard

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of. Never heard of it. Then they purport to know about wine. And they

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come out offering me all sorts all that. I don't know anything. It

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annoys me. It can go the other way. I was in an Italian and ordered the

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bruschetta. The bloke says said and I said it is 8.

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I said it is 8.50 for tomato and toast. Waiter beware. I love what

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you do, if you don't like a meal. Well, I actually write the message

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on the plate using the food. For example, it was mash potato left

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over. You can move it armed with a knife and write little messages. It

:29:56.:30:06.
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can't be a long word. Crap isn't long. The waiter comes back. He

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looks at it like that. Mash potato is good to do that with. If you get

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string beans, they short-circuit it, you can make a long A and L with

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that rather having to skull p the potato. You know what is perfect for

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that, alphabet spaghetti. Some of the meals would be better off

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that. You love the wine, Sir Cliff Richard. I enjoy it. You make

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own. I don't make it. I have a good wine maker that comes from

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Australia, plus the guy that lives in Portugal. This is too much. I

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have a Sir, Lord, you are making your own own wine. I am piss poor.

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Do you feel better? You stick me, sister. That's great. Not that

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bad at the moment. Very good year. You did well. What do you actually

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do? I am a waiter. I am here to have a go at him. It wasn't that bad,

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that mash, Alan. Then, it is like Christmas, ladies and gentlemen.

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Micky Flanagan has a DVD out. APPLAUSE. Easy to wrap. This is a

:31:33.:31:41.

tour you just finished. The Out Out tour. I can't say it. Out Out. You

:31:41.:31:50.

are like a pop star. You have hit bits that people love. I do. Are you

:31:50.:31:56.

familiar with the Out Out stuff? If anyone isn't, this is a taste of it,

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explain. In the UK, we have different levels of being out,

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haven't we? You can go out, end up out, and then you can end up out,

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out. Everybody knows what they are. You will find yourself saying to

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people: I can't come out. I didn't even come out. I only popped out.

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They will go but you will come out. I will come out but I am not coming

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Talking about Out Out, that is out Talking about Out Out, that is out

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on the 14 November. See you in charts. Y. It is hard to choose,

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isn't it, Kelly, in the DVD What shall I buy. Kelly won't

:32:46.:32:52.

understand a word of it. I have been to America. You don't understand

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Cockneys. Can I tell you a story of a faux pas. In America, they all air

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ass, where I come from, we call it a house. I took a girl out, on the way

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home, I stopped her and said when we get out what are the chances of me

:33:15.:33:25.
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coming in your (ass) house? APPLAUSE It was a genuine mistake. I know she

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said: Oh, yeah, you can come. I had to reassure her. I won't try to

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you, you know. That is the short of mistake you can make over there.

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They cannot understand a words. The Americans are so nice. You are

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speaking to them and they say: I am sorry? Vent Julily they go like

:33:49.:33:54.

this. You know they don't understand a words. OK, fine, yeah, I will see,

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take care. Kelly, you will be singing for us. Absolutely. APPLAUSE

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Thank you. Lord Sugar, you tweet about X Factor all the time. Yeah.

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Yeah. You do, though. What happens is the wife likes to watch it. I

:34:22.:34:28.

drive the Sky plus. You might not understand what that means, being

:34:28.:34:35.

American. I understand what you are saying, OK. I drive the Sky Plus.

:34:35.:34:45.
:34:45.:34:45.

Artist comes on, sing, sing. Push, push forward. Panel, panel, adverts.

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Kissing, everybody hugging, sod off. Go through that. And I loved you,

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Simon, want to be here all my life. Through all that stuff. We manage to

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get an hour and a half programme down to 25 minutes. Yeah. I read

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somewhere, Cliff, that you said you entered, you wouldn't get

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through the first audition. I don't think so. Not the way things are. If

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we were starting at the same time, I might have stood a chance. The kids

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that sing, they have had 60 years of influence. They don't know

:35:20.:35:23.

are influenced by. It before they were born. It is all

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there. They come out and sing fantastically. When we started off,

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there had only been... Have you been watching this week? I think you

:35:36.:35:43.

should enter. The over25 category is piss poor. We have kitty. Don't. She

:35:43.:35:50.

makes you go oh, not yeah! I think would get further in X Factor than

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on the Apprentice. Because I don't do Mondays. You know why? Because

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you can't sing. How would you feel about somebody saying: I don't do

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Mondays. I have 3,000 of them already. They wake up on

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Tuesday. Are you going to come next year? We will see. I don't

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know. Yes. Why wouldn't you. That is so nice. Britain has embraced you.

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The new album, it seems to me, because it has a lot of dance stuff

:36:28.:36:32.

on it, which is more European, more British, do you think your career is

:36:32.:36:37.

more here now? No. I just came off of a number one for seven weeks in

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America. I am happy. I can go both. It is a blessing. Not only that, to

:36:44.:36:48.

be so far away from home, you still feel like you are at home,

:36:48.:36:52.

appreciate the love I am getting here. Thank you. APPLAUSE. We are

:36:52.:36:58.

about to love you musically. Thank you. You are giving us Down For

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:37:08.:37:08.

Whatever. Down For Whatever. It is a racy title. You said with. I am down

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with whatever you said. You For Whatever. It is released on 21

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November. If you would like to and get ready. There she goes.

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APPLAUSE. Nandos and a brisk walk everybody. Stories in the red chair

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but first singing Down For Whatever, it is Kelly Rowland. APPLAUSE.

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# I'm down for # Baby let's get creative

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# I'm down for whatever # There's no place I

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# Tonight I'm ready to take # Imamazed by you

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# You bring out a side I didn't # And I'll do

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# Can't say no to # It ain't

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# Mixed with # No baby every

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# I'm down for whatever # When it comes to

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# I could make love on the floor # I'm down for whatever

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# Baby let's get creative # Cause with you I

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# I'm down for whatever # I could make love on the

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# I'm down for # Baby let's get creative

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# Cause with you I # I'm down for whatever

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# I'm down for whatever # I'm down for

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# Let's Exmoor, see what # I'm waiting for you to

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# No restraints # No restraints

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# No regrets # No regrets

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# Just give me your eye, I won't # Say

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# And I'll do anything, can't say # It ain't juice, mixed

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# No, baby every # I'm down for whatever

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# When it is comes to # I could make love on the floor

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# I'm down for whatever # Baby let's get creative

:39:56.:40:01.

# Cause with you I # I'm down for whatever.

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# I could make love on the # I'm down for whatever.

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get creative # Cause with you I am

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# I'm down for whatever. # I'm down for whatever. Tonight

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you're making everything feel # Tonight shall I wanna get high and

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touch # I'm down for whatever. When is

:40:47.:40:48.

comes to # I could make love on the

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# I'm down for whatever # Baby let's get creative

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# Cause with you I # I'm down for whatever

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# When it # floor

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# I'm down for whatever. # Baby let's get creative

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# Cause with you I am # I'm down for whatever. APPLAUSE.

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Kelly Rowland, everybody. Sers APPLAUSE.

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Come back here. That was fabulous. Come back here. That was fabulous.

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Come back here. That was fabulous. Kelly Rowland. APPLAUSE. They love

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Kelly Rowland. APPLAUSE. They love Kelly Rowland. APPLAUSE. They love

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Come back here. her. Thank you so much. Singing and

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dancing. That single is from This Is Me which is out on 28 November. Etc

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LAUGHTER. Before we go, let's have a LAUGHTER. Before we go, let's have a

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story in the red chair. Who is up first? I would like one much these

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for my board room. It would be good. Imagine like that and the

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of the room. With regret. Who is up first? It is like your boardroom.

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What is your name? Mark. You must have a proper job, Mark. I am a

:42:25.:42:32.

barrister. Are you really? Yes. You are doing this? Regretting

:42:32.:42:37.

already. See, if you were one of his compliance, I recognise him. What

:42:37.:42:47.
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the hell? What sort of law do do? Employment discrimination.

:42:47.:42:57.
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LAUGHTER. We have time for one more. Hello, nice lady. How are you. I am

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very well. What is your name, smilely lady. Michelle from

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Galloway. Michelle from Galloway. It is a long name but still. What do

:43:12.:43:16.

you do Michelle from Galloway. I started a new job on Monday. What is

:43:16.:43:26.

it? It is doing PA. Doing PA. Is that a drug? Being a PA. You are a

:43:26.:43:32.

PA. Not to anyone on the couch. I wish. Right. Your new employer might

:43:32.:43:38.

be watching this. I am not sure made a clever decision. All right,

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Michelle from Galloway, off you go. Basically, I moved here in the last

:43:42.:43:45.

three weeks. I was visit anything March of this year. I bought

:43:45.:43:51.

pair of very, very cheap high shoes, went over on my ankle walking to a

:43:51.:43:54.

theatre. I couldn't walk, the theatre was five seconds away, I had

:43:54.:44:01.

to get a taxi and basically we were going to Dirty Dancing. I had to be

:44:01.:44:06.

carted in a wheelchair to show. We paid �100 each for the

:44:06.:44:16.
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tickets. The king of nice. I so wanted to be a baddie. Well done,

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Joining Graham on his sofa are evergreen pop star Sir Cliff Richard; star of The Apprentice, Lord Alan Sugar; top comic Micky Flanagan; and X Factor judge Kelly Rowland, who performs Down for Whatever.


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