Emily Blunt discovered herself in an uncommon place on the particular New Yr’s Eve episode of The Graham Norton Present, having to apologise for not having a narrative about sh****** herself.
It got here after fellow visitor Nish Kumar advised a narrative concerning the time he ’sh** himself on a mountain’ whereas filming a journey present.
‘What a stunning story,’ Graham joked, laughing as Nish advised the disgusting story.
‘What’s your mom going to say!?’ Emily added.
Visitor Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall additionally admitted that he’d had the same expertise, prompting every visitor on the present to inform their very own tales on the topic.
‘I sh** myself on a bus in Turkey,’ Graham chipped in.
Emily appeared on the NYE Graham Norton particular (Image: PA)
After Nish goaded Emily on and referred to as for her to inform her personal story, the actress apologised for having no embarrassing experiences to share with them.
‘I’ve by no means sh** myself, I’m sorry!’ she laughed, as Nish referred to as her ‘Mary Poopins’.
After all not – we by no means doubted you for a second Emily.
Emily was showing on the present together with her Wild Mountain Thyme co-star Jamie Dornan, with the programme airing on New Yr’s Eve.
The trailer for the romcom grew to become the topic of ridicule earlier this 12 months, with Jamie’s exaggerated accent being slated.
Jamie was a great sport concerning the negativity aimed on the trailer although, telling host Graham on the present that he wasn’t bothered by it.
The 38-year-old mentioned: ‘I assumed the response was humorous. ‘I’m from Eire and our foreign money is taking the p***, so it’s uncommon to place one thing on the market and never have the p*** taken. I’m all for it!’
Talking concerning the movie, Emily added: ‘After we learn the script, we thought it was so bewitching and fully distinctive. ‘It’s odd, lyrical and romantic so we’re simply excited for individuals to see it as a result of it’s so uplifting, and it actually sweeps you away to a magical world. It’s only a pleasure.’
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