James Corden, David Mitchell and Karl Pilkington have all made it into Heat Magazine’s top 20 weird crushes list for 2011. It’s a new entry at number one for Richard Osman from the BBC One gameshow Pointless.
Politically David Cameron, George Osborne and Ed Balls all made it into the listed with deputy PM Nick Clegg the number one political weird crush to have.
If you’re a fan of the X Factor you may be pleased to know that both Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh have also been named as weird crushes!
This weekend Sir Alex Ferguson clebrated 25 years in charge of Manchester United but can you remember who he replaced?
Here’s a list of famous people and what they do now but can you remember who did their job before them?
- Hilary Devey (2011 became a dragon on Dragon’s Den)
- David Cameron (2005 became leader of the Conservative Party)
- Gary Lineker (1999 became a Match of the Day presenter)
- Christian Bale (2005 became the new Batman)
- Winston Churchill (1940 became Prime Minister of the UK)
How many of the above can you guess correctly?
After a warm start to October, it’s much chillier in Medway today with highs of 14.
The cooler weather comes after record-breaking 29 degree days at the beginning of the month.
Any cold blooded reptile should love this weather we’re headed into. Charlton Brooker has written an excellent bit of lizard satire about David Cameron in this week’s Guarduan.