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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Danny: [Lyrics continued] I can see clearly now...
Noel: ...the rain is gone.
Noel/Danny: I can see all obstacles in my way!
Gunner Steele: Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind!
Elton John: It's goin' be a bright...
Heather Small: ...bright...
Sting: ...bright...
Heather Small: ...bright...
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Extremely funny program based on spoofing pop stars
3 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

This brilliantly done program deserves more than to be shown at 10pm on UK Play. They have done some top quality send-ups of famous bands and then they show videos of the band with ridiculous off the wall comments and small talks with other bands/people commenting on the rock profile. My favourites at this being Jo Whiley (`get with it RP!'), Howard (from Take That always offering his services), Gary Barlow (`hi you fat tossers'), and Lou Reed (`Thur'). My favourite of the rock profiles so far has definitely been Steps, just hilarious, this episode particularly displayed Jamie Theakston's impeccable timing and delivery. Other notable favourites include The Bee Gees, The Minogue's, Blur and the Chemical Brothers. The only one I have ever not enjoyed is Elton John, but anyway, great show.


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