The stand-up comedian said right-wing comedy was about more than blackface and mocking the disabled.
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Jim Davidson has claimed Sir Bruce Forsyth refused to speak to him “ever again” after he replaced him as the host of The Generation Game in 1995. Speaking on an upcoming episode of Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, Jim said: “One day there was a knock on the door and a man said, ‘Jim, we are recording The Generation Game tomorrow and Bruce has gone sick. When negotiations came for Series 34 for Bruce they used me as a chess piece to say, ‘We can’t go to that [his fee], Bruce.
Jim Davidson has weighed in on the scandal surrounding disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein - saying women also abuse their power over men.
Jim Davidson is to appear in an autobiographical stage show reflecting back on his 40-year career. Davidson, 62, plans to “set the record straight” with ‘40 Years On’ – a new show that covers the comedian’s life, and four decades in show business, from his breakthrough on New Faces in 1976 through to winning Celebrity Big Brother in 2014.