Difference between revisions of "Fiona Phillips"

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One-time [[stand-in]] for [[Simon Mayo]] for the show on 3 April 2009. Phillips was the Hollywood reporter for British TV show GMTV in the 1990s, and admitted on the show that during the 1993 [[Oscar]]s (the very same ones for which Mark made his legendary failed [[Danny Baker|bet]]), she was live on air with Richard Harris about [[Unforgiven]] - only for him to respond to her very first question with, "you haven't seen it, have you" and walk off.
 
One-time [[stand-in]] for [[Simon Mayo]] for the show on 3 April 2009. Phillips was the Hollywood reporter for British TV show GMTV in the 1990s, and admitted on the show that during the 1993 [[Oscar]]s (the very same ones for which Mark made his legendary failed [[Danny Baker|bet]]), she was live on air with Richard Harris about [[Unforgiven]] - only for him to respond to her very first question with, "you haven't seen it, have you" and walk off.
  
After she told [[Mark Kermode]] that she would get a real dog just to avoid seeing [[Marley And Me]], Mark said, "and now we can be friends."
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After she told [[Mark Kermode]] that she would get a real dog just to avoid seeing [[Marley And Me]], Mark said, "and now we can be best friends."

Revision as of 08:51, 29 September 2017

One-time stand-in for Simon Mayo for the show on 3 April 2009. Phillips was the Hollywood reporter for British TV show GMTV in the 1990s, and admitted on the show that during the 1993 Oscars (the very same ones for which Mark made his legendary failed bet), she was live on air with Richard Harris about Unforgiven - only for him to respond to her very first question with, "you haven't seen it, have you" and walk off.

After she told Mark Kermode that she would get a real dog just to avoid seeing Marley And Me, Mark said, "and now we can be best friends."