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‘Taskmaster Champion Of Champions 2’ special is coming this month
Channel 4 has announced a second Taskmaster Champion Of Champions special will air later this month.Following the first edition back in 2020, the comedy show will invite back winners of series six to ten to compete in a Champions Of Champions tournament.The former champions include Richard Herring, Liza Tarbuck, Kerry Godliman, Lou Sanders and Ed Gamble, with Greg Davies and Alex Horne back as hosts.You can check out a trailer below.Who will take home the ultimate trophy?The best of the best face off in #Taskmaster Champion of Champions 2.Thursday 23rd June at 9pm on @Channel4.— Taskmaster (@taskmaster) June 8, 2022A synopsis reads: “Returning to the scene of the greatest triumph of their lives to try and become the next Champion of Champions, Greg’s expectations will be sky high as he watches previous Taskmaster champions Ed Gamble destroy a bath toy, Kerry Godliman rolling a bobbin, Liza Tarbuck avoiding low-flying bananas, Lou Sanders painting on skates and Richard Herring revealing his bare feet.“Who will emerge as the ultimate victor and bask in the glory of the greatest triumph in television?”Taskmaster Champion Of Champions 2 will air on Channel 4 on Thursday June 23 at 9pm.The main show is currently airing its 13th series, featuring Chris Ramsey, Bridget Christie, Sophie Duker, Ardal O’Hanlon and Judi Love.
Katherine Ryan and husband Bobby Kootstra are ultimate couple as they lead red carpet arrivals at National Comedy Awards 2022
Katherine Ryan and her husband Bobby Kootstral oozed glamour as they rocked The National Comedy Awards for Stand Up To Cancer red carpet.The couple were among the stars in attendance at Roundhouse, London, and looked ready to celebrate the UK’s most brilliant comedy content and creators.Katherine was wearing a silky yellow dress with a plunging V-shaped neckline, with her partner Bobby dressed to the nines in a white shirt that featured leaves embroidered in black thread, and a black blazer.The couple, who entered into a civil partnership in 2019 and welcomed a son last year, posed for pictures as they entered the event, with Katherine wrapping her arm around her other half.The Duchess star’s appearance on the carpet comes just weeks after she admitted she really didn’t want to promote her tour, but was contractually obligated to do so.In a post shared to the comedian’s Twitter, she said: ‘Hi it’s me, Katherine Ryan, author of The Audacity, also available as an audiobook, here to fulfill my contractual obligation of promoting my tour.‘I don’t promote things because I just feel like if anyone wants to be there they will go.’Elsewhere, Greg Davies walked the carpet at the National Comedy Awards and flashed a stern look at the camera.Munya Chuwawa, who is on the shortlist for the comedy breakthrough of the year award, was also in attendance and beamed from ear to ear.The comedian wore a black polo neck top of the occasion, with a colourful blazer featuring anime characters.Elsewhere, comedian Rosie Jones dazzled in a floaty green tulle maxi dress. The Would I Lie to You? and The Last Leg star looked over the moon on the red carpet and punched the air in sheer delight as she had her picture taken.
Massive shark filmed lurking feet from oblivious surfers in exact spot where man died
shark lurking close to a group of clueless surfers in the dangerous waters where a bodyboarder was killed nearly 10 years ago.The apex predator was seen swimming inches away from the water sports enthusiasts close to Betty's Bay in Cape Town, South Africa.Greg Davies, who shared the footage on Twitter yesterday (January 18), can be heard talking to his friend while he zooms in from a high vantage point.A bodyboarder is seen paddling out towards their friend as the shark approaches from the left.The creature is filmed disappearing in the waves not far from the coast, where a group of swimmers are dipping their feet in the shallow water.Greg and his friends are stunned as they watch the predator swimming closer to the people, who appear to have no idea of the shark's presence."It's crazy, maybe it's just below the surface. They don't even know about it," he said.As soon as Greg posted the clip online, some viewers pointed out that the location was close to the spot where surfer David Lilienfeld perished after a fatal shark attack in April 2012.The 20-year-old Springbok bodyboarder was hunted by a 13ft-long great white shark when he was riding waves with his brother Gustav at Gordons Bay.He was hit by the shark three times and died with severe injuries after he was rushed to the hospital.One viewer said: "Shows that humans not natural prey.