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August 28, 2006

Clement's standards slip

Someone sent me a pic of the panel at the recent Edinburgh recording and .... Sir Clement Freud was in an openneck shirt! Somehow I thought Clement woulde never be without suit and tie.

Mind you - he still looked well dressed. For a man who is clearly no oil painting, he always seems to look very stylish.

Paul also always looks sharp in his clothes...


Anonymous Vicki said...

Eek! And macking with the new girls ... is this his bid for a twilight home?

7:16 am  
Blogger Ani said...

A picture? How can I see it? I am a fan of Sir Clement Freud.

What's an open-necked shirt? Afterall, he claimed to have the body of an 18-year-old boy, albeit in his fridge. :)

4:04 pm  
Anonymous Chelsey said...

Any chance of sharing the picture? I love seeing JAM sessions. And I certainly agree about Paul. Even after years of Have I Got News For You's bright orange/stripy shirts I still consider him the best dressed man in Britain =P

10:43 pm  
Blogger Dean said...

An open-neck shirt just means (in this case anyway) a buttoned shirt where the neck part is open rather than buttoned up to the neck as you would when wearing a tie.

As for Sir Clement's body - when I saw him he was shaped like a bowling ball! He really is very fat I'm afraid... Short and fat. But still dignified. :)

The pic - I'll see what I can do but it will have to wait till I'm home. Which is a couple of weeks away.

3:23 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul has always been a snappy dresser, but he's worn some memorably bad outfits on HIGNFY - that mint green "gay cricket club" sweater springs instantly to mind...

6:08 pm  
Anonymous Ant said...

Paul also has a tendency to wear T-shirts advertising his programmes - "Turn Over At 11" was a reference to switch to his series on Channel 4. More recently he wore one advertising his series on BBC Four - "Paul Merton's Silent Clowns".

1:43 am  

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