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Jim Moir will ‘kill off’ Vic Reeves after ‘swansong’

OHMYGOSSIP — Jim Moir is set to retire the Vic Reeves character after ‘The Glove’.
The 63-year-old comedian – who has performed under the moniker for decades alongside co-star Bob Mortimer in the likes of ‘The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer’ and ‘Shooting Stars’ – is ready to say goodbye to the character after a “swansong” movie.
Speaking to David White’s BBC Radio Cornwall show, he said: “Vic Reeves was a character that I invented when I was at art school actually, I put him on stage.
“And I haven’t done him for a while. Bob [Mortimer] and me wrote a film, about 12 years ago, which we keep threatening to do and we’ve been asked to do, so we might do that next year.
“And that will be probably the final appearance of Vic Reeves.”
Last year, Jim revealed the duo were set to start filming in 2022 for the movie, although the plans have since been pushed back.
He added: “He [Jackson] had a training glove and few people knew of it but it was what gave him his special powers to entrance the globe and a collector’s got it and we’re hoping to have a big star in it.”
Meanwhile, the comedian previously revealed he has been left permanently deaf in one ear by an inoperable tumour in his head.
He is living with a vestibular schwannoma, a non-removable growth which requires him to have regular MRI scans to check its size and has permanently destroyed the hearing in his left ear.
He explained: “I’ve got a vestibular schwannoma – it’s a tumour in my head. I’ve gone completely deaf, 100 per cent deaf, in the left ear, and it will never come back.
“It’s dead – absolutely completely gone. It’s like the size of a grape so they just have to keep an eye on it.
“It’s benign. They can’t remove it – they can shrink it or they can leave it and keep an eye on it, and that’s what they’re doing.
“The eardrum and your brain, there’s a nerve and that takes all the information from your ear to your brain and the tumour is right in between the nerve, so it’s gone ping and snapped it and you can’t reattach nerves.
“I’d rather hear than not, but it’s happened so you just get on with it don’t you. I’ve got used to it.”

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