Further disaster strikes for telly box twerp Phillip Schofield as he strikes it unlucky and finds his TV tell-all compared to the car crash interviews of Michael Barrymore, Prince Andrew, Amber Heard and the Duchess of Sussex
Creepy crybaby cretin Phillip Schofield doesn’t have the option of excusing what he got upto with a youngster he met first (he claims) when the whippersnapper was just 15-years-old by claiming he was at a Pizza Express; equally, he probably doesn’t have the option as to using the excuse for what he got upto with Gordon T. Gopher also.
Very much like Prince Andrew – whom tried to claim he didn’t meet the then 17-year-old Virginia Roberts because he’d been in Woking’s most famous eatery, yet paid her £12 million nonetheless – however, the anything-but-sorry Schofield’s interview with the BBC’s Amol Rajan now finds itself compared to the non-sweaty royal’s Newsnight one in terms of it being a juggernaut wreck that would have been best avoided.
Very much deservedly mocked on social media as being in the league of disastrous interviews given previously by the likes of not only the late Queen Elizabeth II’s one with Emily Maitlis – which concluded with the presenter asking: “Is there anything left that has been unsaid that you would like to address now?” to which the rotten royal arrogantly answered: “No, I don’t think so. You have probably dragged out most of what is required” – here was a gluttony of gibberish that has now been likened to such given by the blubbing bore Amber Heard, the wicked wastrel formerly known as Meghan Markle and the bombastic bully Michael Barrymore.
Responding to a tweet about whether Schofield would be considered in a “better light” as a result of his Amol Rajan interview, crusading campaigner for justice Sue Homan, the first wife of the late Stuart Lubbock – an innocent father of two who was appallingly raped and murdered at the Essex bungalow of Michael Barrymore on the 31st March 2001 – cuttingly observed: “Reminds me of someone.”
Homan’s point is indeed valid, but equally it might be time to realise that such people as Prince Andrew, Michael Barrymore, Amber Heard, Phillip Schofield and the Duchess of Sussex deserve only one thing. That one thing? Cancellation.
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Twitter compares the famous faces who’ve given the worst interviews known to man…
Justice for Stuart Lubbock – The people who need to man-up and tell the truth about what happened at Michael Barrymore’s home on 31st March 2001…
Michael Parker (AKA Michael Barrymore) – Allegedly loudly said: “I need a f**k” in a taxi as he left the Millennium Nightclub to return to his home, the scene of the death of Stuart Lubbock. Barrymore later lied to a coroner’s court about facilitating drug taking at his house on the night in question also.
Barrymore claimed to have been first to have discovered the body of Stuart Lubbock at 5.45am, called his manager Mike Brown before the ambulance arrived and then left the premises. He admits that was “wrong” and also bizarrely told Piers Morgan that in spite of “knowing others were hiding secrets about what happened to Mr. Lubbock” that “I am not going to say their names. I just hope they are brave enough to come forward one day.”
Mike Brown – Agent of Michael Barrymore. Called to the property before emergency services arrived.
Kelly Campbell – Had met Michael Barrymore for the first time on the night of the incident. Claimed not to have been aware of what happened.
James Futters (sometimes spelt ‘Futers’) – A paper boy turned chef. Described as “a local from the village” and a “friend and neighbour of Barrymore.” Claimed to have been the first to discover the body with Simon Shaw and stated: “[It was not] Michael Barrymore and not Jonathan Kenney [who found him].” Later, of him the Evening Standard reported: “Barrymore offered James Futters a white powder on his finger saying: ‘Do you want to try this?’ Mr Futters told the inquest that he leaned forward and licked the powder.”
Claire Jones – Then aged 17. Had met Michael Barrymore for the first time on the night of the incident. Claimed not to have been aware of what happened but told the police that she “saw Barrymore rummaging through drawers and changing his clothes before police arrived. When he left the house, he had a ‘bundle of material’ under his arm,” according to the Evening Standard. “She added: ‘Jonathan (Kenney) was rushing through the bungalow before the ambulance and police arrived. I got the impression he was hiding something.’”
Jonathan Kenney – Estate agent, drag queen and Michael Barrymore’s then lover; later arrested on suspicion of murder but never charged; known for having a “record of violence.” Claimed to have been the first to have discovered the body and is now aged 50.
Justin Merritt – A dustman from Essex. Later arrested on suspicion of murder but never charged. Later paid £30,000 by the News of the World for an interview in which he stated Barrymore had “rubbed cocaine on Stuart Lubbock’s lips shortly before he died.”
Kylie Merritt – Sister of Justin Merritt. She also alleged Barrymore “rubbed cocaine on Stuart Lubbock’s lips shortly before he died” (curiously in the wake of her brother selling his account of the night).
Simon Shaw – Described as “a local from the village.” Michael Barrymore supposedly “ran off” to Mr. Shaw’s house to “buy himself thinking time [for two hours] before he was questioned by the police [at 7.49am].”
In addition, others, who’ve never been identified could also have possibly been present. If they were, they should come forward or be named by those listed above.