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Paddy McGuinness urges fans to enjoy ‘one-off’ pal Peter Kay

OHMYGOSSIP — Paddy McGuinness doesn’t think we’ll see the likes of Peter Kay again “in our lifetime”.
The former ‘Take Me Out’ presenter has paid tribute to his pal and ‘Phoenix Nights’ co-star, after he recently announced a comeback tour, and insists there is “no one that comes close” to what 49-year-old Peter does in his live stand-up shows.
He wrote on Instagram: “I don’t often speak about Pete and his achievements on my socials. He’s been a mate since childhood and that’s how I always see him?
Regardless of all the great things he’s achieved on television there’s literally no one who comes close to what he does live. The amount of tickets he sells is unheard of in the comedy world and beyond! He’s a one off folks, enjoy him, I don’t think you’ll see the likes of him again? Certainly not in our lifetime. (sic)”
‘Top Gear’ host Paddy, 49, admitted he is “proud” of Peter, and joked he hasn’t got any tickets for his in-demand tour.
He added: “I’m very proud of you son.
“PS I haven’t got tickets. PPS I don’t need any. #peterkay” (sic)”
Earlier this year, Paddy revealed he once saved Peter after he was locked out of his hotel room naked.
Paddy had called up his friend one night before realising they were both staying in adjoining rooms at London’s Soho Hotel.
Writing in his book ‘My Lifey’, he said: “It was all great fun until Peter swanned into my room starkers, only for the door to lock behind him…
“The dressing gown was too small for him, there was no way it would close at the front. I’d have to call someone down to reception to send someone up to unlock the door.
“I mean, how do you explain that one? ‘I’ve got one of the nation’s best-loved comedians in my room with his c*** out.’ ”
Thankfully, the hotel staff were very understanding, and Paddy was glad they were so “discreet”.
He added: “The manager knew who we both were but to be fair just opened up the locked door and left.
“That was the good things about the Soho Hotel, it was discreet.”
The duo starred as doormen Patrick ‘Paddy’ O’Shea and Max Bygraves in ‘Phoenix Nights’ and its ‘Max and Paddy’s Road To Nowhere’ spin-off.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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