This vid is a classic, in a strange and too-awful-not-to-watch way.
Donny and Marie Osmond have a go at making Star Wars a musical, starring as Luke and Leia. Somehow they manage to drag Kris Kristofferson into the act, hamming it up as Han Solo. Meanwhile, a platoon of Storm Troopers dance and sing Motown and showtune classics while R2-D2 panics. It may have been the 70s, but still, there can be no excuse for this level of showtime disaster.
Remember, Luke and Leia did turn out to be brother and sister – maybe the Osmonds were on to something way before the rest of us.
Jeesh, it’s been ages eh? Real life jumped up, bit me on my bits, causing unforeseen delays and a rather nasty scar.
Bits on the Side posts will remain stilted and stunted, mainly because I have been focusing on choreographing my own shoulder ballet moves. Check out the vid below to see my inspiration.
Remember to keep it real folks, or you can just keep it.
Those crazy cats at YouTube have gone all upside down interface for April Fools Day.
Oh, this is perfect. Just what any dedicated vid surfer needs.
I wonder how many kiddies would be fooled by a Cartoon Channel sticker over your fave soap drama.
James Nesbitt rocks. I’ve been a fan since he stuck a rose up his bum and wandered the streets naked offering his flowery love in the excellent Cold Feet.
Here he is starring in a series of cutesy, comical Yellow Pages ads.
Here he is on British pop quiz show, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, being shown what folk these days tend to use the old skool Yellow Pages books for.
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Tagged Actor, Advert, Cold Feet, Commercial, Humour, James Nesbitt, Never mind the buzzcocks, Yellow Pages, YouTube