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Hugh Frost finally reached the podium, muttering: 'I thought I was opening this exhibition,' jokily, adding, 'but Olav has left me with very little to say, so that's my thunder stolen.
It jokily dubbed him Offender of the Realm for his string of headline-grabbing antics, including his Nazi fancy-dress gaffe and his pavement brawl with a paparazzi photographer.
Susan, 60, said: "It's marvellous, it's the first thing I've ever won, I went away not long ago and jokily told my husband, 'If the Evening Telegraph rings up, don't forget I entered the competition
One of Musgrave's trademarks has been wall drawings done in brown paint to create a trompe l'oeil effect, as if roughly torn strips of masking tape had been stuck jokily onto the wall, or had been carelessly left there when the thing they supported was removed.
He picked up the passport from the control desk and shot a quick clip of him jokily asking Snapchat followers whether he should burn the document, so that the star would have to stay in the country, or put it back.
Something of a Luddite, he could be as Machiavellian as Red Ken, too, once jokily damning off air the man who was to be his predecessor as leader with the faintest of praise: "Paddy [Ashdown] is remarkable; he has five ideas every day before breakfast.
Oh, only once a year," I shot back breezily, jokily adding "for about six months.
Bookies used a snap of Rio de Janeiro's iconic Christ the Redeemer statue and jokily altered it so one of his hands is on the girl, the other holds a bottle of bubbly and his face is smiling.
TRAVELLER and bare knuckle fighter, Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty jokily squaring up to Liverpool welterweight Anthony Fowler in the Bierkeller, Liverpool One.
WAG Chantelle jokily replied: "Can u tell who I was?
He jokily told co-host Ant McPartlin that admitting his feelings could be "a career-ending moment".