Hello there. Hope you’re well. I am but then I’m a Spurs fan. I won’t dwell on this too much, needless to say, we beat the European Champions last night, by some distance and this makes me a happy man. It’s a ‘good patch’ in a very rollercoaster relationship that started back in 1981. We’ll be together for the rest of my life and there maybe arguments and trial separations along the way but I know we’ll work it out and I know we’ll pull through. Tottenham Hotspur is the wife I will never stop loving.

OK now I’ve declared my undying love for eleven men, here’s my news;

I’ve started writing the follow up to our comedy show, ‘Bummer Lovin,’ with my comedy partner and beautiful friend, Gorgeous George. We sold out the 3 and 10 during our run in this years Fringe and we can’t wait to get cracking on the next show. I’ll keep you updated through various means of social networking outlets and this here blog but the aim is to perform in next years Brighton Fringe again.

'Right, coming up next...the meat tray.'

I’ll be hosting Face of Brighton on November 13th in Churchill Square (twelve gorgeous models to be gawped at) and also the Brighton Music Awards a few days later at the Brighton Centre, including A-list guests that are already making me more excited than a Gareth Bale run. I promise to reveal all nearer the time. That is my guarantee to you.

Coming up this Monday, I’ll be hosting a gig  at The Hope on Queens Road. The night is raising money for Avert (supports sufferers of HIV and AIDS) and there’s four cracking bands lined up for the evening; Ice Black Birds, Perspex Wrex, James Bay and Special K’s. It’s going to be rammed, so get there early. Doors open at 7.30pm.

And there’s a chuffin’ raffle. I love chuffin’ raffles.

Thanks for popping by. We’ll speak soon xx