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Animal Sex On Lily Allen’s Chatshow: Call The Archbishop Of Canterbury

by | 10th, February 2008

lily-allen-crying1.jpg “AUDIENCE walks out on ‘sick Lily Allen BBC chat show debut”.

The Mail on Sunday’s front page promises much.

To the BBC3 studios. Lily Allen is in conversation. It is the “all-important first programme”.

A “live” audience is in place. Cuba Gooding Jnr , comedian David Mitchell and the band Reverend and the Makers are lined up to plug their latest product, blah-blah, talk about their showbiz journey and their enthusiasm for plate tectonics.

Allowing the talent to talk is a job for someone in need of remedial therapy, although a BBC source says: “You have to have a brilliant wit and be a real quick thinker to handle a show like this.”

It’s An Ecumenical Matter

But Allen will aim to be controversial. But if you want real polemic, Channel 4 shold give a chat show to the Archbishop of Canterbury , Dr Rowan Williams.

At Lily Allen’s show a third of the audience are “bored”. A third complain the show is “horrible” and “limp”. A third walk out.

The reaction will be a “heavy blow to the

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