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yirmiahu
(mortal with potential)
04/15/05 06:17 PM
Bowie Cringe-o-Meter  

I was in my local video store the other day when all of a sudden Labyrinth came on the display monitors. As I was waiting in line with my girlfriend and a copy of Dodgeball "a true underdog story" a woman in line ahead of me noticed the monitor and loudly questioned the store clerks, "Is that David Bowie"? One of them piped up and confirmed that yes it was, whilst the others laughed at the supposed spectacle of Mr. Bowie in such a role. I couldn't help but feel a little embarrassed at that moment being such a big fan.

It got me thinking though, that there must be moments in our daily listening and viewing of David Bowie's work that we feel a little embarrassed by some piece of it. Whether it's a song or a certain part of a song, or a part in a movie. Maybe it's just a particular look or gesture you once saw him make. It could be just about anything. What's made your Bowie Cringe-o-Meter register high or off the scale?

Try not to mention major bodies of work like albums and whole movies if you can ie: Tonight really sends shivers down my spine, or The Linguini Incident makes me run for the hills.

Remember it's not necessarily bad it's just embarrassing.

For me I would go with the Dancing in the Streets video. The sight of Mick Jagger and Bowie prancing around lip synching in bad outfits is something I wouldn't want anyone to catch me sitting around watching. I think it's made worse from the Bowie slept with Jagger revelation Angie Bowie made almost around the same time.



ohramonaModerator
(stardust savant)
04/15/05 06:36 PM
Cheap-ass therapy new [re: yirmiahu]  

In reply to:

the Dancing in the Streets video



Cringe-worthy, yes; but I once snatched a client from the deep jaws of depression by showing her this video. She laughed so hard she eventually threw up (speaking of throw up), choked on it, and died. So don't be looking for a happy ending here.

In reply to:

I wouldn't want anyone to catch me sitting around watching. [the Dancing in the Streets video]



Uh, are you saying that you do?



a girl needs a gun these days hey on account of all the rattlesnakes

blacktropic84
(crash course raver)
04/15/05 07:13 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

Foist

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Mxy
(kook)
04/15/05 10:13 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: blacktropic84]  

As in, I'll reject you foist?

Speaking of reworked versions of songs starting with Fa, it's ridiculous when in the new version of Fashion he sometimes sings,

There's a brand new dance but I don't know it's name... YO
People from bad homes do again and again... YO


Bring back Bowie's moustache!

guiltpuppy
(electric tomato)
04/16/05 01:51 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

The dancers from the Glass Spider Tour win the most embarrassing award in my award show. There was probably a special term for them, like "the raggataggas" or something, and I bet that term makes it even more embarrassing. Does anyone know that term, if there is one? Somebody's got to know the term.

Is it getting harder to stay clean?

SoulLoveChild
(stardust savant)
04/16/05 02:46 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

I think I was most embarrassed about the time 'hours...' came out, and was in the car with others when "The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell" came on the radio. It grated on and on and I even turned it down because I found it too cringe-worthy to be associated with, particularly the whining, boring, shitty chorus and guitar 'solo'.

I'd probably say the same if I heard "Don't Let Me Down and Down" on the radio, but thankfully, that's NEVER happened and never will.

Get Bowie Back Downunder!
GBBD 2005 !!!!





littlechinagirl
(wild eyed peoploid)
04/16/05 06:33 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: SoulLoveChild]  

Dancing In The Street I can definitely agree with. The only consolation is that he doesn't make as much of arse of himself as Jagger. But worse still is listening to God Only Knows.

I just can't understand how The Worlds Greatest Rockstar (TM) can wreck a song by the genius that is Brian Wilson. In this case its not just the production (astonishingly cheesy) but his voice. I hate to say this, but when he sings in the really low parts (which I usually love), it actually makes me laugh.



pablopicasso
(acolyte)
04/16/05 06:43 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: littlechinagirl]  

Over the years I have grown to love God only knows.

The Ow at the end of lines in Fashion does grate though, also the 'who but we, rememberrrrrrrr these' bit in the live NKS

I quite like foist however.

I cringe a bit at his pre-David Brentisms at the BBC theatre show in 2000.



What shall we do to fill the empty spaces?

guiltpuppy
(electric tomato)
04/16/05 06:46 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: SoulLoveChild]  

Oh! But I like The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell... Especially the bridge...

I guess I have a new embarrassing moment.

Is it getting harder to stay clean?

BigFatDog
(kook)
04/16/05 07:12 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: guiltpuppy]  

When he was rocking backwards and forwards performing Black Tie White Noise on tele was bad. Can't remember which show though!

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/16/05 07:33 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

In reply to:

Remember it's not necessarily bad it's just embarrassing.


There's not much to be honest but one thing that always makes me cringe is the ending of the "China Girl" video where he's romping around naked in the waves, that is just SO not David Bowie.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Sam_X
(grinning soul)
04/16/05 07:51 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

Embarrassing? The Glass Spider haircut.

>>pretty cool, huh?

ThinWhiteDuke87
(kook)
04/16/05 09:10 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: guiltpuppy]  

In reply to:

The dancers from the Glass Spider Tour win the most embarrassing award in my award show. There was probably a special term for them, like "the raggataggas" or something, and I bet that term makes it even more embarrassing. Does anyone know that term, if there is one? Somebody's got to know the term.


If these are the same ones in the "Time Will Crawl" video though I like the song, it embarrassed me watching that: all the abseiling; meaningless outfits; stupid, stupid dancing . . . THAT is so not David Bowie to me.* It made me blush even though no-one was around to see me watching it.

*Although, DDogz, it made me recoil just being able to see tongue in the "China Girl" video. (There has to be something, I guess, if, like mine, one's version of the video doesn't have nudity.)

Dont think about Young Americans as a makeout album

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/16/05 09:27 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

In reply to:

*Although, DDogz, it made me recoil just being able to see tongue in the "China Girl" video. (There has to be something, I guess, if, like mine, one's version of the video doesn't have nudity.)


I can remember when I first saw this way back in 1983 It was an exclusive on a program called "The Old Grey Whistle Test" BBC2 ( a program I never missed ) they originally aired the adult version which certainly has plenty of nudity in it, I thought it was a cheap shot and still do.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/16/05 11:28 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

In reply to:

As I was waiting in line with my girlfriend and a copy of Dodgeball


And buying/renting Dodgeball isn't embarrassing? Sorry to say this, but Dodgeball is at least ten times more embarrassing than anything Bowie's ever done. I should know, I went to see it in the movies

Speaking of movies, I've said it once, and I'll say it again: Bowie's role in Absolute Beginners is totally embarrassing, and the whole movie is terrible. I still love the song, though.

Vanity is all

LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/16/05 11:29 AM
Re: Cheap-ass therapy new [re: ohramona]  

In reply to:

I wouldn't want anyone to catch me sitting around watching. [the Dancing in the Streets video]


Uh, are you saying that you do?


I do!!! Just did last night! I'm not saying it isn't bad or embarrassing, but it's just so funny.

Vanity is all

LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/16/05 11:31 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: guiltpuppy]  

In reply to:

Oh! But I like The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell... Especially the bridge...

I guess I have a new embarrassing moment.


I love Pretty Things Are Going to Hell! And I'm not embarrassed.

Vanity is all

decibel
(cracked actor)
04/16/05 01:19 PM
Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: LadyGravedigger]  

I think the Dancing in the Streets-video is fantastic! It's hysterically funny and so rudimentarily produced it's practically 'dogma'... The pop-up version on VH1 makes it all worth it.

Modern Love on the other hand... That hair, that suit, those moves[double cringe]... And then there's the editing which is just so sad

Still perfecting imperfection

jump93
(electric tomato)
04/16/05 01:40 PM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: decibel]  

The Laughing Gnome and most of that sorta stuff, you will never find me playing it loud on my council estate. I know Tony loves the 60s stuff but there is very little of it I can listen to.

I used to turn the radio down when Thursday's Child came on, I didn't and still do not like that song.

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SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
04/16/05 01:40 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

In reply to:

But worse still is listening to God Only Knows.


If you ask me, he was doing the song a favour. Bowie's version is poor but the original is far worse.

In reply to:

If these are the same ones in the "Time Will Crawl" video � though I like the song, it embarrassed me watching that: all the abseiling; meaningless outfits; stupid, stupid dancing . . . THAT is so not David Bowie to me.* It made me blush even though no-one was around to see me watching it.


It's the same dancers, and the same dance routines. Basically they took all the different moves from the Glass Spider live show, and incorporated into that one video.

I must say though that the outfits improved as the tour progressed, they looked a LOT better at the Australian show that was filmed for the video.

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LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/16/05 02:52 PM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: decibel]  

In reply to:

those moves[double cringe]...


Well... Generally, when ever Bowie tries to "dance", it kind of makes me cringe. But then, actually it's kind of cute. I think his horrible dancing routines just make him seem more human.

Speaking of which... What IS that hand thing he does? When he raises one hand and then bends over and touches the ground. I've been watching a few Bowie-videos lately and I've seen it in quite many of them. When did it start, and when did it stop? I mean, I don't remember him doing it on Reality tour (I'm not sure, though), and I don't remember seeing that move in the Ziggy Stardust Motion Picture. But anyway... It's so weird.

Vanity is all

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/16/05 03:13 PM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: jump93]  

In reply to:

The Laughing Gnome and most of that sorta stuff, you will never find me playing it loud on my council estate. I know Tony loves the 60s stuff but there is very little of it I can listen to.


Give it time Mike you're only 18 I'll wager that as you get older you will simply adore Bowie's 60s material, NO matter where you live

Just throw open those bedroom windows and let the public hear Mr Bowie singing " She's Got Medals"




London Bye Ta-Ta...

OleanderWhoosh
(kook)
04/16/05 07:39 PM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Just throw open those bedroom windows and let the public hear Mr Bowie singing " She's Got Medals"


I just might take that advice, Tony! I'm always looking for ways to piss off the neighbors!

In reply to:

There's not much to be honest but one thing that always makes me cringe is the ending of the "China Girl" video where he's romping around naked in the waves, that is just SO not David Bowie.




I agree, Tony. He has WAY more class than that.


He's here, the Phantom of the Magic Pants!

poorsoul
(you will pay mr jones)
04/17/05 01:54 AM
There's A Brand New Dance & I Don't Know Its Name new [re: LadyGravedigger]  

A previous discussion of the hand thing.

Is There Anybody In There?



LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/17/05 04:28 AM
Re: There's A Brand New Dance & I Don't Know Its N new [re: poorsoul]  

In reply to:

A previous discussion of the hand thing.


Thanks! How far did you have to dig to find that? Well, anyway, it was really interesting to hear that Kether to Malkuth -interpretation of that move. From the videos I somehow got the impression it was just some eighties thing... But yeah, thanks for digging up that thread

Vanity is all

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/17/05 07:42 AM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: OleanderWhoosh]  

In reply to:

I just might take that advice, Tony! I'm always looking for ways to piss off the neighbors!


LOL! I tend to singalong with all Bowie's songs and I always sing quite loudly all the voices too "The Laughing Gnome" I live in a flat and the guy underneath has in the past thumped on his ceiling


London Bye Ta-Ta...

LadyGravedigger
(crash course raver)
04/17/05 07:45 AM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

I always sing quite loudly all the voices too "The Laughing Gnome"


How do you make the gnome-voices?

Vanity is all

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/17/05 07:50 AM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: LadyGravedigger]  

In reply to:

How do you make the gnome-voices?


Using a very irritating silly voice that sends Effee bonkers


London Bye Ta-Ta...

pablopicasso
(acolyte)
04/17/05 08:01 AM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: diamondogz74]  

Talking of the Laughing gnome, I notice he is doing backing vocals on the new Akon single, Lonely.

What shall we do to fill the empty spaces?

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/17/05 08:08 AM
Re: Does this look cheasy to you? new [re: pablopicasso]  

In reply to:

Talking of the Laughing gnome, I notice he is doing backing vocals on the new Akon single, Lonely.


This has gone way over my useless head on a Sunday lunch time


London Bye Ta-Ta...

hangontoyourself
(crash course raver)
04/17/05 11:58 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

"Shout it while you're dancing on the-e-e dance floor" - put some effort into your lyrics man. Poor.

AND at concerts, his between song banter - no David, no.

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spartagus
(absolute beginner )
04/17/05 06:53 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

definatly when my friends and i were in my room waiting for a phone call, and i had winamp on random....and of course "Dancing in the Street' came on, the window popped up, and as my friends always make fun of my Bowie obsession, I closed it, but they made me play it again...I must say Bowie dancing with his hands in his pockets made me sure they had something else to 'fuel the fire' but they saved me in the end by laughing so hard and deciding to make their own video for the song.....another potentialy akward social situation saved(and caused) by 80's dancing(and clothing).

Edited by spartagus on 04/17/05 09:30 PM (server time).



Mxy
(kook)
04/17/05 07:42 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: spartagus]  

Bowie's worst moment in history:

"Soooooouthameeeeeeeericaaaaaaaaa!!!"

Bring back Bowie's moustache!

pablopicasso
(acolyte)
04/17/05 07:47 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: Mxy]  

Our father...........

What shall we do to fill the empty spaces?

Forgotten_Boy
(mortal with potential)
04/17/05 09:30 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: Mxy]  

Nah uh, the worst moment in Bowie history is the ridiculous "whoop whoop whoop" sound he makes over Jagger's AFRICAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Seriously distateful.



bowiefanpeter
(the voyeur)
04/17/05 09:31 PM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: Mxy]  

The Puff Daddy collaboration and People magazine photo session.

bfp



Yassassy
(grinning soul)
04/18/05 01:05 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: guiltpuppy]  

I believe the dance troupe was called La La Human Steps, or something like that. The song "'87 and Cry" makes me want to cry with embarrassment. I HATE that song!



JarethsGirl
(cracked actor)
04/18/05 03:13 AM
Cheese! new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

---I tend to singalong with all Bowie's songs and I always sing quite loudly all the voices too "The Laughing Gnome" I live in a flat and the guy underneath has in the past thumped on his ceiling---

---Using a very irritating silly voice that sends Effee bonkers---

---This has gone way over my useless head on a Sunday lunch time---


I enjoy you more and more with each passing day, Ddogz!

Anyway, I've always been a tad embarrassed of this:

You see, when I first started frequenting this site (about early 2000, I believe, around the time I started getting into Bowie), I was checking out the photo section while a friend of mine was over. (Otherwise known as Tasty Stacie or Jail Bait from the friends picture thread.) I was probably saying something like "Ain't he so hot?" just before scrolling upon this little beauty. The next day, I found this picture taped to my locker. Never quite lived it down.

I'm sure I have others, just can't think of them right now.

Do the five day drag once more
Know of nothing else that bugs me


EJSundayModerator
(heroic dolphin)
04/18/05 03:27 AM
Screwed Up new [re: yirmiahu]  

Bowie and Tina Turner in that shockingly embarassing "Tonight" video. That thing makes even the Jagger/Bowie collaboration look good.

And I want to believe
In the madness that calls 'now'


Gilly
(wild eyed peoploid)
04/18/05 03:36 AM
Re: Bowie Cringe-o-Meter new [re: yirmiahu]  

The song I detest most is Across the Universe. Followed by I demand a better Future.
The most embarrassing action was The Lord's Prayer.
:P



icarusboy
(electric tomato)
04/18/05 03:43 AM
Re: Screwed Up new [re: EJSunday]  

There are sooo many. Most of which have been covered already on here, but here's mine:

Those pant's in Labyrinth

That prayer moment at the Freddy Mercury Concert

Any of his dancing (with the exception of his bizarre hand moves and his 'Stay' dance on the Dinah! show)

anything to do with NLMD...the album, the tour, the videos etc..etc...

Many of his attempts at humour......NOOOOO!!


For the record, I really like Don't Let Me Down & Down and I actually prefer to listen to his version of God Only Knows.

iccy


"I've re-invented my image so many times that I'm in denial that I was originally an overweight Korean woman." - David Bowie

SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
04/18/05 05:00 AM
Dance dance dance thru' the fire new [re: Yassassy]  

In reply to:

I believe the dance troupe was called La La Human Steps, or something like that.


No, La La Human Steps was the dance troupe Bowie originally wanted to hire, but they declined. If I'm not too much mistaking, they later worked with Bowie around 1988-1990, it's one of their dancers who appears on the Fame '90 video.

The dance troupe in Glass Spider was called Thru' The Flames or something equally pretentinous.

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pablopicasso
(acolyte)
04/18/05 05:26 AM
Re: Dance dance dance thru' the fire new [re: Sysiyo]  

Yes, la la human steps appeared on the Look back in anger appearances in 88, Fame 90 and the S+V tour (Well Louise from La la did anyway.

I think you are right, i have been puzzling all weekend what the troupes name was and I think it is thru' the flames.

What shall we do to fill the empty spaces?

spartagus
(absolute beginner )
04/18/05 07:18 AM
Re: Screwed Up new [re: icarusboy]  

"Those pant's in Labyrinth"

oh come on, those are what MAKE the movie;).....it's good for a laugh the first few(dozen) times, but after a while you start to wonder if he enjoyed wearing the costume, or, even worse...kept it.....


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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/18/05 07:57 AM
Re: Cheese! new [re: JarethsGirl]  

In reply to:

Anyway, I've always been a tad embarrassed of this:


I think we can forgive him for being so young and fresh faced Kaitlin don't you?

But I can understand the shock

This one gives me shudders



And this one is just sooooooooooooo sickly Mr Bowie in his Wendy House.



Of course the worst one ever is those orrible plaid shorts.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

Tristan
(legendary cowboy)
04/18/05 01:20 PM
I drink Pepsi, but... new [re: EJSunday]  

In reply to:

Bowie and Tina Turner in that shockingly embarassing "Tonight" video.


Are we forgetting that Pepsi TV Commercial?



Tristan
(legendary cowboy)
04/18/05 01:36 PM
God only knows you don't let me down & down. new [re: icarusboy]  

In reply to:

For the record, I really like Don't Let Me Down & Down and I actually prefer to listen to his version of God Only Knows.


Ditto! The trumpet solo after the first "I'll keep my love for you", and then the way he SCREAMS "I'll keep my love for you" towards the end of the song. Beautiful. And I've always been a sucker for his version of God Only Knows.

Ahhh, that mohawk. Other than the plad shorts, that's got to be the worst pic of Bowie ever.




guiltpuppy
(electric tomato)
04/18/05 02:34 PM
Re: Cheese! new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

And this one is just sooooooooooooo sickly Mr Bowie in his Wendy House.



Dear god, what is that still from? I was generally under the impression that during the hours era he comported himself with relative dignity.

Also, I really have to add the "wah hah hah hah" from Reality to my list of embarrassments, on account of the fact that I actually like it. As absurd as the Thru the Flames or whatever were, I can't really claim to find them truly embarrassing, as I don't pretend for a moment to want anything to do with that-era Bowie.

Is it getting harder to stay clean?

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/18/05 03:33 PM
Re: Cheese! new [re: guiltpuppy]  

In reply to:

Dear god, what is that still from? I was generally under the impression that during the hours era he comported himself with relative dignity.


Me too on the dignity front GP, the actual picture was new in and came from here under the section titled Image Galleries but it's a yahoo site and is currently down as I type.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

SoulLoveChild
(stardust savant)
04/18/05 10:37 PM
worst AND most embarrassing new [re: Tristan]  

In reply to:

Ahhh, that mohawk. Other than the plad shorts, that's got to be the worst pic of Bowie ever.


Don't agree. The SPEEDOS win hands down EVERY time

Get Bowie Back Downunder!
GBBD 2005 !!!!





icarusboy
(electric tomato)
04/19/05 03:58 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: SoulLoveChild]  

If I'm not mistaken, that 'wendy house' photo looks like it comes from The Big Breakfast, a UK breakfast TV show that used to be on Channel 4.

I kinda like that mohawk piccy - never seen it before...

"I've re-invented my image so many times that I'm in denial that I was originally an overweight Korean woman." - David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/19/05 07:52 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: icarusboy]  

In reply to:

If I'm not mistaken, that 'wendy house' photo looks like it comes from The Big Breakfast, a UK breakfast TV show that used to be on Channel 4.


Was it ever that colourful? Im not so certain it's from that prog.

In reply to:

I kinda like that mohawk piccy - never seen it before...


So can we expect you to adopt the same style for our London meet?




London Bye Ta-Ta...

calmerman
(absolute beginner )
04/19/05 08:28 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: diamondogz74]  

Yes it is the Big breakfast, I tried to post a reply yesterday.

The poster formerly known as PabloPicasso

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/19/05 08:33 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: calmerman]  

In reply to:

Yes it is the Big breakfast, I tried to post a reply yesterday.


Thanks Alan, do you know I cannot ever remember him being on the big breakfast and I used to watch it or record it when working.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

icarusboy
(electric tomato)
04/19/05 09:54 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: icarusboy]  

There is more info from his morning on The Big Breakfast here

It wasn't the most interesting bowie moment on TV, but being a special guest he was on screen a lot of the time.







"I've re-invented my image so many times that I'm in denial that I was originally an overweight Korean woman." - David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
04/19/05 11:08 AM
Re: worst AND most embarrassing new [re: icarusboy]  

In reply to:

There is more info from his morning on The Big Breakfast here


Thanks very much Jason Lord knows how I missed this?

One thing made me giggle...

Then the third interview... yes third! Saw host Liza Tarbuck interview David on the bed.

I suppose it could have been worse? thank goodness it was her ole man Jimmy Tarbuck


London Bye Ta-Ta...


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