Monday, April 21, 2008

Just Have Sex Already


Graham Norton and Piers Morgan are on about round five of their put downs on their respective television programs. Graham Norton hosts I'd Do Anything which usually gets beat by Piers Morgan's show, Britain's Got Talent.

Graham said Piers' show sucked and then Piers said Graham sucked and it has turned into a battle about the individual people instead of the shows, and I am sure food has been thrown and people have cried. It is an obvious cry for attention and the two of them just need to get a room, have some sex and just get it all out of the way. Without that sexual frustration, I don't think their hearts would be into the argument. The only reason I'm talking about it is because there is video of Graham Norton's latest rebuke.

5 comments:

jax said...

omarosa's head is gonna explode if they do.

link88 said...

I have always been well-versed with celebrities/popular culture, but apparently primarily in the U.S.

This site has a lot of British references for a lawyer hanging out in LA. I know there is a big Canadian following to this blog, but lately it's getting noticeable and I am not recognizing quite a few of the names/personalities in the Random photos, etc. Blame it on being a typical American, I suppose, but I don't watch British tv or know much about their C list and under stars that seem to be in the Random photos a lot.

Ent, do you have a British connection somehow?

Ellebee said...

You go Graham!

New episodes of his show are supposed to start airing on BBCAmerica next week (I think, I hope).

Loved him on Father Ted as the manic Father Noel.

MnGddess said...

Well, I'm American and I know who Graham Norton is. I guess it's what you watch...

And Graham Norton is fun-ny....

De said...

I too am American and I watch tons of BBC shows that I either buy or *cough* find *cough* thru friends.

I've often said that I'd pay to just have the BBC channels via satelite - as opposed to American cable. (I'd pay the registration fee! I would!)

Graham is hilarious and quite the spitfire; Piers learned on The Apprentice how to spark a 'love/hate' relationship into ratings....

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