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ENGLAND skipper Lewis Moody was sent off in disgrace when he traded punches with Samoan star Alesana Tuilagi at Twickenham six years ago.
Or the New Jersey mayor who resigned in disgrace after Paige debunked him.
And the shamed host - who quit the BBC1 show in disgrace in October - is facing stiff competition for Best Entertainment Performance from former colleague Paul Merton.
A Soap Opera and Schoolboys In Disgrace (both originally released by RCA in 1975) represent the end of the band's critically acclaimed string of theatrical, satirical concept albums, while Sleepwalker (1977) and Misfits (1978) marked the band's move to the Arista label and introduced the streamlined melodic rock approach that would reestablish The Kinks as a major commercial force in the 1980s.
His first disaster came five years into his life as a public servant when in 1974 the young MP was forced to resign in disgrace when an investment scheme went sour, leaving him penniless and dishonored.