The TV presenter appealed on social media for 'charity ninjas' to help the family of a woman with a terminal lung disease.
A notably slimmer Jason Manford hosted Parkinson’s Presents Symfunny No2 at London’s The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday night and interspersed the music, comedy and quiz acts with his common-sense but utterly hilarious humour.
Jason Manford was forced to cancel a sold-out gig following a ‘family emergency’. The star’s daughter was rushed to hospital after suffering a head injury meaning that Jason had to pull out of shows to be at her bedside. “Really sorry to the people who were coming to my gig in Middleton tonight, my daughter had a nasty head injury at her aerial dance class, and I had to rush her to A&E.
Put the kids to bed early on Friday night as this is one rendition of Let It Go that they definitely don’t want to see.On tomorrow night’s episode of Lip Sync Battle UK, Jason Manford is giving Channing Tatum a run for his money with his own performance of the Frozen song — dressed in full Elsa costume.The wild performance is complete with snow falling from the ceiling and dancing snowmen.But can Jason pull out all the stops to beat ex-Corrie star Michelle Keegan? She’ll be unleashing her inner rock chick with a performance of Sex On Fire.See all the pictures of Jason as Elsa in our slide show.We think we need a lie down…Lip Sync Battle UK airs on Fridays at 10pm on Channel 5
Michelle Keegan, is that really you? The former Coronation Street babe looks unrecognisable as she transforms into a rock chick for a performance of Kings of Leon’s Sex On Fire in this Friday’s second episode of Lip Sync Battle UK. In this week’s episode, Mark Wright’s stunning wifey will face off against fellow northerner, Jason Manford.
Last month comic Jimmy Carr sparked controversy after he appeared on The One Show and outraged viewers with one of his jokes.
Comedian Jason Manford had his Facebook page suspended yesterday evening after posting an expletive-ridden tirade against the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Whilst Jason’s page is now back on the site, the post itself has been removed – with the ‘Ordinary Lies’ actor defending his decision to publish the post, saying he was 'sharing my opinion online like everyone else’.