Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Daily Mail gets to grips with youth culture

As he's currently number one - there's nothing we can do about that - it does bring Matt Lucas comfortably into our remit and allows us to applaud the Mail's sure grip on modern entertainment, as it tops off a not-at-all unnewsworthy photos of Lucas waiting for a taxi with a headline based on a popular TV comedy show catchphrase.

Unfortunately, 'am I bovvered' is Catherine Tate, not Little Britain.


Chris Brown said...

Actually he's not Number One anymore, but he was. And he was in a Bluetones video once.

To be honest I'm only posting this because Google's forced me onto its new set-up and I want to make sure it works.

Simon Hayes Budgen said...

He also turns up in the Country House video, of course.

And number one best selling single of 2007, isn't it?

Simon Hayes Budgen said...

Although, admittedly, that wasn't what I was thinking of...

Anonymous said...

It's second at the minute, Mika is still 100k ahead (nearly 400k compared to 500 Miles' 270k)

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