GB News panel savages Macron tantrum on Aukus deal
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Simon McCoy and Kirsty Gallacher returned to GB News on Monday as the pair welcomed entertainment correspondent Josh Rom to the Great British Breakfast. However, as the trio discussed the upcoming release of James Bond’s No Time To Die, Kirsty hit out at Josh for speaking out on “misconceptions” about the channel.
Josh began: “I love Bond, who doesn’t love Bond? But I just want to see this film already.
“The world has waited years for this film literally coming up to two years.”
“There is something special about a Bond buildup and we’re in the middle of it,” Simon replied.
“He’s on every chat show going and the papers are saying this morning it’s the longest Bond film ever.”
“It is the longest Bond film,” Josh replied. “Let’s play a little game – guess how long this Bond film is?”
“I don’t know,” Kirsty replied. “You probably know,” she said to Simon.
Simon correctly revealed the film is 163 minutes before joking: “It was a guess.”
Josh hit back: “I really wanted to see how long Kirsty was going to go.”
“I don’t get a look in I like a little game like that and he ruins it,” Kirsty quipped.
“I’m sorry,” Simon apologised. “People think we don’t get on.”
“I love this when people say, ‘You can see they don’t get on,’” she added.
“It is the complete opposite we are best mates we have been for years. I love him dearly.”
“Can I just say there are so many misconceptions happening about everything,” Josh noted.
“About life?” Kirsty asked and he explained: “In life particularly surrounding us.”
“Let’s not go there,” she hit back before moving the discussion on.
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