David Walliams to host ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ screening at BFI as his kiss with Simon Cowell wins reality TV kiss of the year!
Multitalented entertainer and lifelong James Bond fan David Walliams will be hosting a special screening of the 1977 Roger Moore adventure “The Spy Who Loved Me” next month at the British Film Institute in London. The event is part of the ‘Screen Epiphanies’ series sponsored by American Express and tickets for the event go on sale next week on July 10th at 11:30am.
To whet fans appetite for the big evening, the Britain’s Got Talent judge shared some pictures on his Twitter last night tweeting:
“Calling all Bond fans. The 50 years of style exhibition at the Barbican is stunning.”
Meanwhile, to celebrate International Kissing Day on July 6 2012, dating website Zoosk.co.uk conducted a survey of over 1000 Brits about their favourite TV kisses and David kissing fellow Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell’s hand was voted the most memorable reality TV kiss of the year. The cute kiss won with a huge margin: with 51 per cent of the vote.
David and Simon’s bromance has been in the news a lot recently, as it has been parodied for the upcoming BBC3 comedy show “Celebrity Bitchslap” where the pair are seen bathing together and getting duo colonics – yeah, we don’t know why either.
Meanwhile, Walliams and Alesha Dixon have joined forces once again, as they both support the Olympics with a funny video which you can watch below. As if he wasn’t busy enough with all that, David will also be part of a special issue of the New Statesman this month, edited by David Miliband.
Phew! Where does he find the time!
This post was written by guest blogger and reality TV showbiz observer Daniel Cohen. Catch up with him on Twitter here.