Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.
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Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.

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Ronan Keating: [Lyrics to Rock the Blind] I can see clearly now, the rain has gone!
Elton John: I can see all obstacles in my way!
[We see Lee and H dancing]
Sting: Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind!
[While he sings, his indian friend walks past]
Cher: [in a robotic voice] It's goin' be a bright, bright, bright, bright sun shiny day!
Shirley Bassey: It's goin' be a bright, bright, bright sun shiny day! Champagne!
Eminem: I think I can make it now. The pain is gone
Craig David: Craig David!
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Referenced in The Ralf Little Show: Episode #1.10 (2002) See more »

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Rock Profile, "thur", is very good.
12 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

That Lou Reed impersonation is bizarre. "Thur". Jo Whiley is genius though. "Two fingers up to you, Rock Profile". I also think Jamie Theakston is showing a remarkable aptitude for comedy, and gets plenty of good lines.

I wish there were more actual song spoofs, the Blur one was spot-on.

Magic show.


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