Michael McIntyre’s The Big Show is a hit BBC One entertainment show that has entertained audiences since 2017. Hosted by the British comedian Michael McIntyre, the show features an array of celebrity guests, music, and sketches. It also includes various interactive elements and games for viewers to participate in. With its mix of comedy, music, and fun, Michael McIntyre’s The Big Show has become one of the most popular shows on British television.
Michael McIntyre‘s The Big Show is a popular British comedy show which has been running since 2017. Hosted by comedian Michael McIntyre, the show features a mix of stand-up comedy, sketches, and celebrity guests. It has been critically acclaimed for its sharp writing and hilarious performances by some of the top names in British comedy. The Big Show also offers viewers an insight into Michael McIntyre’s unique brand of humor and his ability to create people laugh with his witty observations and lighthearted banter. With its mix of entertainment, humor, and celebrity guests, it is no wonder Michael McIntyre’s The Big Show continues to be one of the most popular shows on British television.
A pair of Carnforth siblings took Saturday night TV by storm this weekend – stunning fans of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show with a startling rendition of ‘Walk on By.’
Gabriella and Jasmine Tuicicia performed as the ‘Unexpected Stars of the Show’ on February 11. The sisters, who are just 13 and 11 years old, were nominated to appear on the show by their parents, Sarah and Josh, for whom Gabriella and Jasmine are registered carers.
Sarah told host Michael: “We (Sarah and Josh) were both in the military, and unfortunately, we got medically discharged. So the girls have become young carers to Josh and me, and they help support Josh and me along with my mum and dad.”
As well as a passion for singing, the pair love sports. To surprise the sisters with their starting role on the show, Michael McIntyre put together a bogus ‘elite coaching session’ for Gabrielle and Jasmine. The comedian even styled himself as an Australian sports coach called ‘Logan Harvey,’ complete with a blond wig and mustache for the surprise.
After completing the session with ‘Harvey,’ the girls were stunned to learn that they were chatting to Michael and would be serving in only a day at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
The pair wowed the audience and viewers as they sang ‘Walk on By,’ at their grandparents’ request, as it’s their favorite song. The program was filmed before the death of Burt Bacharach last week.
Police researching the disappearance of mum-of-two Nicola Bulley were today seen leading to a caravan site close to where she went without over two weeks ago. Nicola cut on January 27 while strolling her springer spaniel Willow in St Michael’s on Wyre in Lancashire, soon after falling her daughters, aged six and nine, at school.
As the search for the missing mum joined its 18th day, Lancashire Police were spotted seeing a caravan site near her phone on a bench, still connected to a work meeting called, the Mirror reports. The caravan site is considered one of several CCTV ‘blind spots’ near where Nicola went away.
A friend of the lost mortgage consultant, 45, called Tilly-Ann, previously reported on Facebook that while there was CCTV at the back of the train park, the “only” camera that would have “seen everything” was not operating on the day Nicola vanished.
As part of their research, detectives are believed to have requested CCTV footage from a local garage covering one of the exit points from the field where Nicola was last seen. Lancashire Police are also persisting in trawling the River Wyre towards the ocean at Morecambe Bay, performing on one hypothesis that she could have fallen in.
Specialists and divers have aided the search HM Coastguard, mountain recovery, and Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service with sniffer dogs, drones, and police choppers. But Nicola’s mate, Paul Ansell, said that while he likes to keep “all options open” regarding her disappearance, his “gut intuition” tells him she is not in the river.
He explained Nicola as “fun,” “loving,” “the most faithful friend you could ever have,” and an “amazing mum” who “absolutely adores our girls.” “She’s just a pillar of stability to our family; without her, the hole is bigger than you can imagine,” he told 5 News.
Mr. Ansell said that although the home is running through “unprecedented hell,” hope that his partner will be seen is “stronger than ever.”