Graham Norton insists he found Alison Hammond’s blunder about his dead dog funny

By | January 10, 2021
Graham Norton insists he found Alison Hammond’s blunder about his dead dog funny

Graham Norton insists he discovered Alison Hammond’s blunder about his lifeless canine humorous

Graham Norton insists he discovered Alison Hammond’s blunder about his lifeless canine humorous… and needs to make use of it for comedy going ahead

Graham Norton has made it clear that he wasn’t upset or offended by Alison Hammond’s fake pas on Friday’s This Morning, when she requested how his canine was, regardless of it being deceased.

Talking on his Virgin radio present on Sunday, Graham, 57, stated: ‘Now, I meant to say this yesterday, massive up Alison Hammond she received a lot flak for apparently, you already know, being insensitive or upsetting me.

‘I did This Morning and he or she stated, oh, how’s your canine? And I stated oh it is lifeless. And I did it in a deliberate strategy to be awkward. And it was going to be humorous. It was humorous. 

No hard feelings: Graham Norton has made it clear that he wasn't upset or offended by Alison Hammond's faux pas on Friday's This Morning, when she asked how his dog was, despite it being deceased

No laborious emotions: Graham Norton has made it clear that he wasn’t upset or offended by Alison Hammond’s fake pas on Friday’s This Morning, when she requested how his canine was, regardless of it being deceased

‘And I believe she discovered it humorous. I discovered it humorous. Folks type of intentionally misrepresented what occurred to type of, you already know, be horrible to her.’

Positive to ensure Alison was not criticised for the blunder, Graham added: ‘So I like Alison Hammond and if there was any awkwardness, it was my fault. I imply, I made it a foul factor.’

‘That is the opposite factor, I really feel like folks then suppose I am type of heartless. I used to be bereft when the canine went, however now I can use it for comedy.’

Alison and Dermot O’Leary’s debut as the brand new Friday hosts of This Morning wasn’t and not using a few on-screen hiccups.

Speaking on his Virgin radio show on Sunday, Graham, 57, said: 'Now, I meant to say this yesterday, big up Alison Hammond she got so much flak for apparently, you know, being insensitive or upsetting me'

Talking on his Virgin radio present on Sunday, Graham, 57, stated: ‘Now, I meant to say this yesterday, massive up Alison Hammond she received a lot flak for apparently, you already know, being insensitive or upsetting me’

Maiden show: Alison and Dermot O'Leary's debut as the new Friday hosts of This Morning wasn't without a few on-screen hiccups

Maiden present: Alison and Dermot O’Leary’s debut as the brand new Friday hosts of This Morning wasn’t and not using a few on-screen hiccups

Chatting to Graham, Alison had stated: ‘I like you! Final time I noticed you, you had been along with your canine, have you ever nonetheless received it?’

A deadpan Graham responded: ‘No. Lifeless.’

This sparked a nervous chuckle from Alison, with Dermot holding his head in his fingers.

Fortunately Graham noticed the humour in it.

Sure to make sure Alison was not criticised for the blunder, Graham added: 'So I love Alison Hammond and if there was any awkwardness, it was my fault. I mean, I made it a bad thing'

Positive to ensure Alison was not criticised for the blunder, Graham added: ‘So I like Alison Hammond and if there was any awkwardness, it was my fault. I imply, I made it a foul factor’

Oops: The hilarity continued when, during an interview with Cold Feet star Fay Ripley, Alison asked how she'd coped with two sons during the lockdown. The actress then clarified she actually had a son and a daughter, leaving Alison looking visibly embarrassed

Oops: The hilarity continued when, throughout an interview with Chilly Toes star Fay Ripley, Alison requested how she’d coped with two sons in the course of the lockdown. The actress then clarified she really had a son and a daughter, leaving Alison trying visibly embarrassed

The hilarity continued when, throughout an interview with Chilly Toes star Fay Ripley, Alison requested how she’d coped with two sons in the course of the lockdown.

The actress then clarified she really had a son and a daughter, leaving Alison trying visibly embarrassed. 

Later Dermot praised chef Clodagh McKenna as she whipped up a scrumptious Irish stew.

She requested him, ‘Is your Gran in Eire?’ main him to say in a deadpan response: ‘No she’s in heaven. 

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