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Miranda Hart for a live webchat?

(34 Posts)
pookamoo Mon 24-Jan-11 13:00:45

Following on from another thread, please post here if you would like to see "what I call a live webchat" with Miranda Hart grin

jonicomelately Mon 24-Jan-11 13:01:43

Yes. Brilliant idea>

Maisiethemorningsidecat Mon 24-Jan-11 13:02:37

YES YES YES YES YES

Please

FluffyMummy123 Mon 24-Jan-11 13:05:06

please no
i fucking hate her stupid show

Pancakeflipper Mon 24-Jan-11 13:09:11

Yes - but tie her down as she has a tendancy to fall over alot.

And I am missing her in that Not Going Out... She was the best thing. Now I can only watch Tim Vine and think " are you attractive or not?"

Shewhoshallnotbenamed Mon 24-Jan-11 13:09:28

Yes, brilliant show - she is great!

PixieOnaLeaf Mon 24-Jan-11 13:12:40

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Maisiethemorningsidecat Mon 24-Jan-11 13:26:07

Why did it ruin everything?!

flamingtoaster Mon 24-Jan-11 13:28:39

Oh yes please - great idea.

PixieOnaLeaf Mon 24-Jan-11 13:29:50

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SixtyFootDoll Mon 24-Jan-11 13:31:40

Please please please
Would be such fun

Maisiethemorningsidecat Mon 24-Jan-11 13:35:45

But DF plays a myriad of characters!

Bucharest Mon 24-Jan-11 13:37:14

God, I thought for a minute we were after having the only celebrity in the world to have breastfed on for a webchat.

But thinking about it, and rejigging my Mirandas as it were, what iCod said.

Along with Saint Gervais, MH has to be the unfunniest person on the planet.

<tetchy>

narkypuffin Mon 24-Jan-11 15:01:15

You're wrong. She's brilliant.

I don't usually like programmes where you're invited to laugh at people in cringeworthy situations. That's why I don't do x-factor etc. With her I find it's more like laughing at myself. And I even love her physical comedy.

Timbachick Mon 24-Jan-11 15:02:34

Yes, please.

I like her. grin

sloggies Mon 24-Jan-11 15:04:06

Would love it - but guess you either 'get' her or you don't.

jonicomelately Mon 24-Jan-11 16:23:53

I love 'stupid' shows smile
They make me laugh.

EightiesChick Mon 24-Jan-11 16:27:53

Yes PLEASE.

Yes, I find her extremely funny. Although having said that, I can't actually think of anything to ask her. hmm

Maisiethemorningsidecat Mon 24-Jan-11 20:33:57

Bump - come on, more for Miranda please!

narkypuffin Mon 24-Jan-11 20:51:48

<<deep breath>>

Does she write stuff for other people? Would she like to do straight acting? What (ordinary) jobs has she done? Why do tall men go for short women and should we introduce some sort of 'you have to be this high to ride' rule? Who are her comedy heroes? What would've been her fallback plan/alternate life if she hadn't succeeded?
Does she feel that it's easier to be accepted as a female 'sitcom' star than it is to break through as a female stand up?

And what's her favourite biscuit.

Mrsfluff Mon 24-Jan-11 21:04:20

Ooh yes please I love her! As a fellow tall bird there are times she reminds me of me

Does she 'whisper' in real life when she says certain words? (I do lol!)

Yes Please

UrsulaBuffay Mon 24-Jan-11 21:08:01

Oh I, what I call, 'love' her!

UrsulaBuffay Mon 24-Jan-11 21:09:29

Oh and I think what she had to say recently about the criticism of her looks has a lot more to be said about it in today's age of the Daily Mail's woman hating pics/comments etc (struggling to explain self)

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