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He also got huge laughs for his uncannily accurate descriptions of Saturday nights out in Swansea and Newport.
But the stunning shots are uncannily like those legendary photographer Norman Parkinson took of Jerry, now 55, for UK Vogue in Jamaica 37 years ago when she was just 19.
Uncannily, or maybe not, little more than an hour later it was announced over the hotel intercom that no one need leave the building while the alarm system was tested.
The wordily-titled Your Uncannily Magical Live Art Comedy Experience at Vinny's Flat is designed to introduce more experimental performers to Liverpool's comedy audiences.
The new Typhoo ad invites us on a leisurely meander through the brand's 100-year history via newspaper clippings, Brylcreem-soaked blokes and old commercials featuring singing donkeys that look uncannily like Rod Hull.
Add to that the complication that while she's hoping he will leave his wife, in her job she is helping a writer to save her crumbling marriage - one that seems uncannily like the one she's hoping will end.
Coincidentally, Fuse's gay, gossipy office manager, Jeff, looks uncannily like The Office's Rainn Wilson.
A talented multi-instrumentalist proficient on guitar, violin and piano, Youngblood has an approach to the music that takes on an uncannily spiritual texture.
His new series of photographs, "Everything Is American," again makes clear that a lighter touch and less hyperbolic material do not necessarily preclude the creation of uncannily perverse and compelling images.
The results were uncannily similar - and spectacularly bad.
Written in Dundee and recorded in sunny Spain, the feelgood factor is high as they breeze through Roger McGuinn-inspired Always There, Michael Stipe soundalike Your Enemy, and Moanin' Face - the latter with a vocal uncannily like Eagles frontman Don Henley.
Cagliostro shows Daniel an old Roman coin engraved with a profile which uncannily resembles Daniel's.