Snopes needs your help! Learn more. In late November and early Decemberan image circulating on Facebook showed four comedians, Joy Behar, Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal on the red carpet at the Comic Relief, which as a comedy show put on for charitable causes.
Please refresh the page and retry. It is all for a good cause, after all. Viewers hoping for household names might have been disappointed.
There was the moment Robbie Williams debuted a new Kim Kardashian inspired platinum blonde hairstyle, Emma Watson bossing the Bishop and who can forget the moment James Bond's real voice was revealed? It was magical. Dawn French dusted off her clerical collar once again to play Geraldine Granger for a Comic Relief special.
There's no denying the high entertainment value of watching celebrities run around London like headless chickens in the name of charity. Divided into two teams, the episode saw them put on their own cabaret shows, calling upon celebrity pals to either donate, perform or provide gifts for auction. The ensuing 60 minutes was crystalline proof that celebrities are just as useless as the general public.
Losing to Simon Webbe would complete his humiliation after all. Unsurprisingly it failed to produce the type of tantrums, fireworks, and moments of farce The Apprentice usually produces. Still, the combination of The Apprentice and celebrities of this calibre could only be entertaining — and of course it was for a good cause.
Gina Long MBE. I grew up in Suffolk and my children have spent almost every holiday there. The people are wonderful in a friendly way.
Rowling 's special Harry Potter books. No toupee was left unturned as people did all sorts of things to their barnets for The Big Hair Do. A whole host of top TV personalities including Ruby Wax put on a show on Celebrity Fame Academy, while the famous faces on Driving School failed spectacularly to get into gear.
Girls hugged posters and cried into their Take That bedsheets up and down the country, terrified that this would be the end of their favourite band and, worse still, of Robbie Williams. Since then he has continued to delight and amuse with 20 years of unpredictable and hilarious antics which, coupled with his musical prowess, have seen him become one of the most popular household personalities. Having already presented the show for a week with the band, Robbie came back on his own in his first TV appearance since the split.
Robbie Williams bailed out his wife Ayda by adding some star power to her Celebrity Apprentice task. Ayda is one of 10 celebrities who must stage a cabaret — complete with musical guests, entertainers and canapes — in the two-part Comic Relief edition of the BBC programme. In a bid to get singers for their safari-themed show, Ayda called husband Robbie and asked if he would perform, suggesting he could sing or throw his underwear into the crowd.
Ronnie Corbett demands that the first person who enters the room will become Britain's National Treasure. The first person who enters the room is Liam Gallagher. Simon Cowell is a British reality television judge and producer and is known for his blunt and controversial comments. In he participated in a sketch with Robbie Williams.