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David Walliams Marries Lara Stone: In Photos

DAVID Walliams has married leggy Dutch model Lara Stone at Claridge’s Hotel in central London. Stone, 26, sported a £30,000 Ricardo Tisci of Givenchy dress. Walliams, 38, wore a suit. Guests wore smiles. Hello! And OK! wore a look of frustration – no showbiz mag sale here, folks. Also there: Matt Lucas, Robin Dashwood, Natalie Imbruglia, Alan Carr, Denise van Outen, Lee Mead, David Baddiel, Barbara Windsor, Jonathan Ross, Ronnie Corbett, James Corden, Jimmy Carr, Steve Coogan and Dale Winton. Forget the snark – this was a good do. Anorak has never been  fan of the tedious Little Britain, a flaccid bunch of gags dressed up in puke. But Walliams remains likeable.


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David Walliams and his new wife Lara Stone leave Claridge's Hotel in central London following their wedding.

Posted: 16th, May 2010 | In: Celebrities | Comment

Matt Lucas, Elton John And Will Young Give Kevin McGee’s Life Meaning

7893938The media looks at the short life of  Kevin McGee, with Facebook, Elton John, Matt Lucas and Will Young.

RIP Kevin McGee, better known to the media at large as “Little Britain Star Matt’s Ex Found Dead”. As Sky puts it.

Little Britain star Matt Lucas’ former civil partner has been found dead in his flat after leaving a tragic message on Facebook.

Kevin McGee did not die in vain – his death features two ticks in key story boxes: celebrity and social networking web sites.

The television producer, who “wed” Lucas, 35, in December 2006, had posted a message on Facebook three hours earlier.

It read: “Kevin McGee thinks that death is much better than life.”

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Posted: 6th, October 2009 | In: Celebrities | Comments (3)

Jonathan Ross Telethon: BBC Talent Donates Salary To Good Causes

NEWS that Jonathan Ross is to forgo £1.5milion pay is good news for Spanish waiters, and great news for the economy as a whole.

Ross, a BBC employee and civil servant, realised the state of the Government coffers and offered to self-tax.

Ross knew that Gordon Brown would not fail to be turned on by his celebrity debate. Brown duly calls for Ross’s head. Ross has to go. And Melton Mowbray gets a new community centre.

Bravo for Jonathan Ross, who is rightly lauded on every one of the nation’s front pages.

More like him, says Anorak.

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Posted: 31st, October 2008 | In: Reviews | Comments (14)