For all the Jeff Brazier haters, i think you need to get a sense of humour rather than a definitive meaning of who is allowed to be called a "celebrity". If Jeff could hear you now, he'd politely ask you to stop being so mean and to go and sign the facebook petition to get him back as a presenter of Channel5's OKTV.
@andy. I can confirm that i never had any intention of releasing any balloons in Finsbury Park in memory of Jade Goody and that i did not know her. I shouldn't have lied.
That Chelsea girl from EastEnders has been round my gaff she was pretty wasted...
I took the disco legend John Morales for a pizza at pappagone a few months ago... (I doubt anyone on here would have heard of him?)
lying is bad.
I've had a cup of tea ( not a euphemism ) at Russell Brand's house.
as a sun reader the mr b celeb spot is my favourite...nicola t is a great page 3 girl ... best celeb spot i think...
and eastenders dr legg on w7...
Ah, lovely Sophie Okenedo cycling north on SGR. I didn't have a chance to give her a Slap!
Carol off Eastenders on the London Overground at Highbury last week
A day late with this but yesterday I spotted Damian Lewis getting into a car* outside the council offices on Upper Street. What with his recent/current starring role in Homeland I think that was a pretty good spot.
I am reasonably sure I saw Paul Young today.
I think I sat opposite Jessie J on the tube today.
The landlord of the Nickleby is a former roadie for Paul Young.
The beautiful and talented Beverly Knight was in our place last Sunday, James McAvoy in The Maynard...
I saw Andy on the tube this morning!
I danced with Beverly Knight, she's very nice.
@misscara that is a crap spot. the woman next to me was reading a really interesting semi-classified thing about afghanistan, so i was engrossed in trying to read it over her shoulder.
Beverley Knight lives on Lancaster Rd. a friend of mine got her post by mistake.
World swimming champion Mark Foster was in the noble last Saturday night, although he and pal seemed to get frustrated about having to wait a few mins to get served so they left. Got to admire a man with principles
http://www.aintitcool.com/node/55573This, inevitably, made me smile.
Not local. Not even this country, continent or hemisphere.
Martin Clunes, whale watching off the south east coast of Sri Lanka. He drew attention to himself by shouting "Look, a dinosaur!", then got the hump when another Brit recognised him and took a picture.
Hulk Hogan was in Petek last Saturday. Astonishing. Chang
Some recent Crouch End sightings: Phil Davis in Budgens; Will Young walking past the Clocktower; Sean Hughes outside Costa.
Peter Capaldi in Crouch End starbucks - seen a few times in there. He looks FURIOUS!!!
I recently watched Ken Russell's Lair of the White Worm, in which a very young Peter Capaldi plays an archaeologist who, being Scottish, obviously has bagpipes with him on a dig. And appears to carry a grenade and a mongoose in his sporran.
Always nice to see a young Peter Capaldi pop up in films where you'd not noticed him at the time. eg Les liaisons dangereuses, and Local Hero.
Just spotted Tim Minchin outside the belly dancing place in crouch end.
He's ever so nice. Seen him out and about locally a few times.
Boy George barged into me in the discount bookshop on Southampton Row last week. Even had the nerve to tut at me. I just responded with a very cheerful 'oh I AM sorry!'
Hugh Grant and I went through adjacent metal detectors at Parliament this evening. And then when I got to my meeting, I was sat a couple of seats from Newsnight's Michael Crick, who would have really impressed me if not for prior Grant situation.
Sinead O Connor walking down Red Lion St at 8.50 am this morning
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