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    (Original post by naivesincerity)
    How about Jon Snow?
    Definitely.

    I wouldn't mind David Dimbleby or Jeremy Paxman either.
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    Rik Mayall because I love him.


    Im still thinking about my sensible answer
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    Brian Haw. Not really, he annoys me.


    Hmmm. Can we count political commentators as celebrities? If so, Deborah Orr.
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    (Original post by TML)
    He looks too much like William Hague. It would annoy me seeing his face everyday.
    Not to mention that when he smiles he looks like a demented Gopher-Pigeon mutant.



    [But, I suppose, as PM he probably wouldn't be smiling that often]
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    (Original post by 1.9.8.4.)
    Definitely.

    I wouldn't mind David Dimbleby or Jeremy Paxman either.
    Hmm, Pax is a bit overrated IMO.
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    I'd quite like to see Kirsty Young take the helm, in dominant fashion. Oooh sir.
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    How about Joanna Lumley? She'd make Tony Blair look like a chav.
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    (Original post by naivesincerity)
    I'd quite like to see Kirsty Young take the helm, in dominant fashion. Oooh sir.
    Yeahr, she can take my helm in a... [agreeing blokishness cut off point]
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    David Mitchell.
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    Tony Blairs son.
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    george galloway
    :rofl:

    Jon Snow?
    :laugh:

    Pingu.
    *thumbs up*
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    (Original post by Clubber Lang)
    Tony Blairs son.
    Why, why, why?
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    (Original post by 1.9.8.4.)
    Why, why, why?
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
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    (Original post by Clubber Lang)
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
    I'm told good politicians run in the family
    Obviously, Tony Blair's children are individuals, separate from their father, but I'm just turned off by the idea of families dominating politics, e.g. the Bush family piss me off, as do the Miliband brothers. It just feels too royal family like.
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    James May - the acceptable face of Topgearism.
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    Kanye West, perhaps?
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    Edd-the-duck/Gordon-the-Gopher/Mr Blobby.
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    Danny Dyer or Ade Edmondson...possibly Kathy Burke

    Failing that Stephen Fry or Jeremy Paxman
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    (Original post by the_amazing_me)
    Danny Dyer
    Commons sense forbid.
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    (Original post by 1.9.8.4.)
    Commons sense forbid.
    And he just cannot act; does my ****ing head it, does he.
 
 
 
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