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Season 43 Episode 13

2nd April 2006

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Aired Monday 2:00 PM Apr 02, 2006 on BBC
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2nd April 2006
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Presenters: Fearne Cotton with Trevor Nelson
Playlist: • The Kooks - Naïve [Performance] • Mary J. Blige - One [Performance] • Wham! - Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do?) [Archive Performance - Jan 1983] • The Streets - When You Wasn't Famous [Performance] • Embrace - Natures Law [Performance] • LL Cool J ft Jennifer Lopez & Jermaine Dupri - "Control Myself" [Promo Video] • Nerina Pallot - Everybody's Gone To War [Performance] • Massive Attack - Protection [Archive Performance - Jan 1995] • Andy Abraham - Hang Up [Performance] • Gnarls Barkley - Crazy [Pre-release Promo Video]moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    The Kooks

    The Kooks

    Performance

    Guest Star

    Andy Abraham

    Andy Abraham

    Performance

    Guest Star

    Nerina Pallot

    Nerina Pallot

    Performance

    Guest Star

    LL Cool J

    LL Cool J

    Promo Video

    Recurring Role

    Mary J. Blige

    Mary J. Blige

    Performance

    Recurring Role

    Embrace

    Embrace

    Performance

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Fearne: I know nothing about football. Are England gonna win the world cup?
        Trevor: I think we'll come second, just behind Scotland.
        Fearne: Yeah, I'm very happy about that (!)
        Trevor: (laughs) Scotland aren't in the world cup!
        Fearne: I dunno.

      • Danny McNamara: (Embrace Lead Singer) Hi Mum! Hi Dad!

      • Fearne: Going back to a time when biker jackets, ladies jeans and quiffs were in fashion. Oh yeah, wham bam, I'm the man! (closes her eyes and nods)
        (After a long pause Trevor realises what Fearne said and gives her a strange look)

    • NOTES (3)

      • Strung up: Towards the end of her performance the cable to Nerina Pallot's guitar suddenly goes taught, presumably caught by a camera operator while darting off the stage. Fortunately the tension wasn't enough to pull the cable out of the guitar, however, Nerina did have to move sideways to compensate.

      • Missing Person: David Gray was originally billed to appear in this episode but seems to have been replaced by The Streets.

      • Chart History: Gnarls Barklay is this weeks number one... but isn't released into the shops until the day after. How? Well Gnarls Barklay's 'Crazy' is in fact the first song in British chart history to reach number one off download sales alone.

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