he London Evening Standard:
Countdown presenter Rachel Riley has defended her decision to wear a t-shirt featuring a doctored photo of Jeremy Corbyn, saying she has “no qualms” about “highlighting” the Labour leader’s “racism”.
The original photo, taken in 1984, captures the moment the Labour leader was arrested while protesting the South African apartheid.
However, the real message on Mr Corbyn’s placard – which read: “Defend the right to protest against apartheid. Join this picket” – has been replaced on Ms Riley’s top.
Rachel Riley defends photoshopped Jeremy Corbyn t-shirt after Twitter calls for Countdown host to be sacked
Rachel Riley on Channel 4’s Countdown to be broadcast this afternoon
[Myleene] Klass, who has also worked as a model, TV presenter and released several classical music albums, told host Nick Hewer: “I got a rude one. It’s an eight… gobsh**e.”
But the word received the seal of approval from veteran dictionary corner expert Susie Dent, who confirmed it was “chiefly Irish” and “vulgar slang”.
Not Klassy! Myleene Turns Air Blue On Countdown With ‘G******e’ (Telegraph)
We all love lists, right?
Laura Gaynor of Radio 2XM’s
Needs More Cowbell on tonight at 7pm gives in numerical order four reasons why she’s had it up to ‘there’ with them.
Perishing editorial ‘filler’ devices.
Twenty minutes ago.
Thanks Mike O’Brien
It’s highly addictive.
Proinnseas Ó hUiginn writes:
Watching Countdown earlier, I invented a new game mode
We don’t say this much.
Dude needs a JobBridge