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Who Shouldn’t Host The Brits After James Corden Quits? Let’s See…

by | 19th, February 2014

YOU may have heard (and maybe celebrated too) that James Corden is going to step down from the hosting gig at the Brits Awards tonight.

We are legally obliged to mention Sam Fox and Mick Fleetwood’s disastrous outing as hosts, but they do show that this is not an easy gig to do. Huge TV audiences. Band’s egos. A room filled with horrific music industry cokeheads grabbing their interns groins.

It’s enough to make a grown-up weep like they’ve just found an uncovered war grave.

However, there are some people knocking around who would be absolutely perfect for the gig. They can handle the pressure or bring a unique charm to proceedings.

Shall we look at our picks? Yes. Yes, we should.

 

Nick Grimshaw

 

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Now, Grimmy has revealed that he’d love to take on the Brits gig. Corden reckons the job should go to Emma Willis. However, the music industry is notoriously sexist, so if they want to make progress, they’ll take baby steps by giving it to a gay man before entertaining the idea of Some Woman.

 

Alan Partridge

 

The video above shows EXACTLY why Alan Partridge should be the host of The Brits. Not only that, he’d slag off all the pop bands and get Wings to reform, just for the event.

 

 

Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman

 

Listen, the Brits has been hosted by too many awful, dreadful shits. Why not get two of the most likeable, laid back and funny hosts on TV and get them to do it? Richard Osman’s brother is in Suede if you need some industry angle.

 

 

Noel Edmonds

 

 

Why wouldn’t anyone want Edmonds to host? He’s a peculiar man who

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