Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of Tea" to air (Apr. 10

Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2013 (read-only)' started by racheluk, Apr 3, 2013.

By racheluk on Apr 3, 2013 at 8:20 AM
  1. racheluk

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    UPDATE Apr. 11 7:30PM PT:

    MORRIZSEY posted a link to the video on YouTube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpegqvfJxTU

    [video=youtube;zpegqvfJxTU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpegqvfJxTU[/video]


    This doesn't seem to be on the Daily Star website yet so I've scanned it:

    morrissey_victoria_wood.jpg



    MORRIZSEY posted (original post):

    "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of Tea"... April 10th & 11th http://www.tvrage.com/shows/id-35178/episode_list

    There's a preview which is not yet playable, but presume it will be in the next few days.
    http://www.hattrick.co.uk/hattrick-international/int_shows/show-detail/?show_id=174

    No mention of Morrissey's involvement other than the initial conclusions a few months ago



    An anonymous person also posted (original post):

    Moz appears in episode 2
    The comedienne concludes her two-part history of tea closer to home, with visits to Woburn Abbey, Blackpool and Harrogate. Along the way, she enjoys a cuppa or two with fellow comic Graham Norton and Doctor Who star Matt Smith, and also pops across the Atlantic to New York - home of the teabag - where singer Morrissey is putting the kettle on.


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Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2013 (read-only)' started by racheluk, Apr 3, 2013.

    1. Mozza220559
      Mozza220559
      Re: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood

      Aww quite a sweet little article really, only thought today what sort of tea he drinks too! Oh well I hope to find out! :)
    2. Kewpie
      Kewpie
      Re: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood

      You haven't read this?

      Jonny Bridgwood mentioned which tea Morrissey enjoyed during Vauxhall and I period.
      Last edited: Apr 12, 2013
    3. Pokey
      Pokey
      That's a pretty funny synopsis cos "Heaven knows I'm miserable now" is actually a song by The Smiths, whom Morrissey was the singer of, and they used it as part of the synopsis here.
    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood


      You haven't seen this?

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      That was over two decades ago.
    5. Girl-Afraid
      Girl-Afraid
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      Excellent, can't wait for this!
      Mozzer's first UK TV appearance in forever!
    6. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood


      sad grandson

      Oh no ! (face/palm) Grandad Steven is going on the telly, he's so embarrasing these days with his rants.
      Surely he can't fuck up talking about tea can he ?

      I bet any money he has a pop at the Royal family or the government, someone will have to take a hit I'm sure.
      You can just tell by the photo he's gonna make a right Charlie of himself it must be his age.
      Fingers crossed he does'nt start breaking wind and follow through, that is evil when he's been on the Broccoli vindaloo (And he thinks it funny).

      we'll let you know
    7. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      CAPTION COMPETITION :- What is or has Victoria Wood just said to the miserable-grumpy-old-cunt.

      "Jesus Christ that fuckin stinks !!! Is that you ? What have you been eating, silage ?"
    8. Librarian On Fire
      Librarian On Fire
      Mmmm...tea. A subject very close to my kidneys. Mind you they better not harp on about Earl Grey. Urgh. Hopefully Moz will pop his head around the door for a little vox pop.
    9. MORRIZSEY
      MORRIZSEY
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      Just saw a trailer for this on BBC1. Morrissey said something like: "The reason Hitler couldn't get us is because of tea"
    10. CoriNYC
      CoriNYC
      "Along the way, she enjoys a cuppa or two with fellow comic Graham Norton and Doctor Who star Matt Smith, and also pops across the Atlantic to New York - home of the teabag - where singer Morrissey is putting the kettle on."

      Does anyone know when the tapping of this show was done, when she popped accross the Atlantic to New York where Morrissey put the kettle on ? :)
    11. MORRIZSEY
      MORRIZSEY
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      It was probably around 12th October 2012, when Morrissey was on tour in NY and Victoria Wood attended the Terminal 5 gig. There's some more info in this thread:

      http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...eeting-Morrissey-At-Gig-BBC-Radio-2-Interview
    12. CoriNYC
      CoriNYC
    13. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      "The reason Hitler couldn't get us is because of tea" Oh he's one of us again now is he ? One minute he insults and slags us off to Argentina and now he's back on the victory march ! Make your mind up pal. Are you sure your a veggie ?
      What a plonker !!!!!!

      Del-Boy
    14. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T


      Morrissey ; Is this Russian caravan tea ?

      V Wood ; No its pollonium 210 tea ha ha ha "You are sleeping you do not want to believe" !
    15. Kewpie
      Kewpie
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      Huh?

      Morrissey did not slag off British people, but Thatcher and idiots who still support her policy.
    16. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      Stop taking things face value, if he hated British people he wouldn't like Victoria. It's the government/queen he doesn't like.
    17. BarbaraMaria
      BarbaraMaria
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      On the contrary, he asked us not to blame the British people for their government's decisions (sinking the Belgrano, for example).
      Please get over the Malvinas comments, it's been over a year.
    18. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      But Mrs Thatcher did not lose her life fighting for the Falklands did she ? But our soldiers did so when he opens his mouth about it he is insulting the memory of our lost ones. Its not about leaders and their supporters its about the people at the coal face. Think about it like that and it remains insulting.
      He should stick to singing his greatest hits over and over. No doubt though he'll be at it again when he goes back, silly old man.

      Del-Boy
    19. Rowntree
      Rowntree
      Re: Article: Daily Star - Morrissey and Victoria Wood; "Victoria Wood's Nice Cup Of T

      Maybe nobody should ever say anything ever. Maybe we should all just take our brains out and enjoy the X Factor and all it has to offer while enjoying the daily bumming we get from our government. I think you're on to something.

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